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(North Carolina Law Review, 2001)
This paper documents and explains the amazing growth of the largest firms in law, accounting, and investment banking. Scholars to date have used various supply-side theories to explain the growth, and have generally examined ...
A Theoretic Analysis of Corporate Auctioneers Liability Regimes
(Wisconsin Law Review, 1992)
In Schneider v. Lazard Freres & Co. a New York appellate court greatly expanded the liability of investment advisers working as corporate auctioneers. Under this new legal regime, auctioneer/advisers accused of simple ...
Auctioning Class Action and Derivative Lawsuits: A Critical Analysis
(Northwestern University Law Review, 1993)
Numerous legal academics and practitioners have criticized the handling by plaintiffs' attorneys of large-scale class action and derivative lawsuits. These critiques point out attorneys' abuse of the legal system, ranging ...