The Murphy Institute

The Murphy Institute The Murphy Institute

Navigating Federalism in Corporate and Securities Law

Organized by Murphy Affiliate Ann Lipton at the Tulane Law School

When

Where

Room 110 Tulane Law School – 6329 Freret Street, New Orleans, LA 70118

About the Speaker

8:30‐9:45 The Problem of Large Shareholders
Discussant: Urska Velikonja
• Robert Jackson (Columbia), Activist Directors and Information Leakage
• Edward Rock (NYU), Defusing the Antitrust Threat to Institutional Investor Involvement in Corporate Governance

9:45‐11:00 The Problem of Small Shareholders
Discussant: Ann Lipton
• Jill Fisch (Penn), Advance Voting Instructions: Tapping the Voice of the Excluded Retail Investor
• J.W. Verret (Scalia), Crowdfunding

11:00‐11:15 Break

11:15‐12:30 What Can States Regulate?
Discussant: Jill Fisch
• Kent Greenfield (Boston College), Corporate Power and Campaign Finance
• Summer Kim (Irvine), Corporate Long Arms

12:30‐1:45 Lunch

1:45‐3:15 The Line Between Corporate Law and Securities Law
Discussant: James Cox
• Ann Lipton (Tulane), Reviving Reliance
• James Park (UCLA), Delaware and Santa Fe
• Robert Thompson (Georgetown), Delaware’s Dominance: A Peculiar Illustration of American Federalism

3:15‐3:30 Break

3:30‐4:45 The Operation of the SEC
Discussant: James Park
• James Cox (Duke), Revolving Elites: Assessing Capture in the SEC
• Urska Velikonja (Emory), Admissions in Public Enforcement

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