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January 21, 2005

"Criminalizing corporate governance"

Larry Ribstein has hard-hitting posts on the subject here and here, winning accolades from, among others, Brad DeLong. For his comments on directors' personal liability, see links from Overlawyered, Jan. 7.

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Corporate Governance



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