Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Teaching Future Board Counselors - World View?

Check back over the next few days as I will be blogging - in the Straddling series - on teaching corporate law to future counselors to corporate boards.  I am just now getting to Van Gorkom, Disney, Caremark, etc. in my syllabus, and I've been thinking about the world view implicit in The Prime Directive, by Rasmussen & Baird, on which I have commented previously, and that in The Unimportance of Being Earnest:  Reflections on Director Liability and Good Faith, recently posted on SSRN by Elizabeth Nowicki (I listened to Professor Nowicki give an overview of this paper at the Law & Society Annual Meeting in July as well).

To come:  reflections from my present academic perch on the good old days when I was counseling a corporate board. [Jeff Lipshaw]

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