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Editor: Eric C. Chaffee
Univ. of Toledo College of Law

Sunday, June 17, 2007

Corporate Women Scholar's Conference

The Corporate Women Scholar's Conference was held Saturday June 16 at the Seattle University School of Law.  Presenters included Jill Fisch (Fordham), Loss Causation in Securities Fraud; Donna Nagy(Indiana), The Demise of the Fiduciary Principle in Insider-Trading Law; Hillary Sale(Iowa), The Gatekeeping Role of Judges in Approving Settlements; Janis Serra (British Columbia), Legal and Governance Principles in Cross-Border Corporate Group Insolvencies; Cheryl Wade (St. John's), SOX Five Years Later: Calls for Repeal or Rollback, anad What the Public Does Not Know; Lynne Dallas (San Diego), Implications of the Post-SOX Changes in the Composition and Culture of Boards; and Barbara Black (Cincinnati), Should the SEC be a Collection Agency for Defrauded Investors?  Other participants include Renee Jones (Boston College), Elizabeth Nowicki (Tulane), Claire Moore Dickinson (Rutgers/Tulane), Cristine Hurt (Illinois), Faith Kahn (New York Law School).  Many thanks go to Dean Kellye Testy for hosting this wonderful conference at her beautiful law school!

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