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November 17, 2004

Sarbanes-Oxley implementation

Another phase goes into effect, another wave of highly onerous costs gets piled onto businesses. And Prof. Bainbridge has a paper which we haven't linked previously on "The Creeping Federalization of Corporate Law".

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Corporate Governance



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