...University School of Law and co-director of the Institute for Law Teaching and Learning. The institute is a joint effort by Washburn and Gonzaga...
Following up on an idea by Henry Ford, benefit corporation laws allow charters to state mixed purposes — both financial gain and less remunerative activity for social good
...m not super super busy right now." A graduate of Gonzaga University School of Law, Johnson has a ...
A Washington state judge apparently didn't think it was necessary to tell a defendant in a property dispute that he had a decade-long connection with the plaintiff's counsel that included partnering
Mandatory arbitration provisions would undermine the beneficial purposes of the federal securities law
Delaware Chancery set an example by allowing claim that Citigroup CEO's huge severance was a waste of assets
... • Annette Clark at Saint Louis University School of Law. • Jane Korn at Gonzaga University School of Law. • ...
A strong, well-funded SEC is a necessity for our capital markets. Congress should give it a vote of confidence by fully funding it at the levels Dodd-Frank requires
Dodd-Frank provides a needed mechanism to bridle the animal spirits that drive the financial community
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