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FRIEDRICH KÜBLER Professor of Law presented a paper on the Organization of Global Financial Markets to the International Seminar on New Institutional Economics. Together with Professor Richard H. Herring from the Wharton School and Professor Jan P. Krahnen from the University of Frankfurt he organized and chaired the 11th Multinational Banking Seminar, bringing together executives of major financial institutions and financial markets regulators from the U.S., the U.K., Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland. He continues to serve on the (German) Commission for the Control of Media Concentration and as a member of the European Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee.
Lüth: Eine Sanfte Revolution (BverfGE 7, 198 ff.), Kritische Vierteljahresschrift für Gesetzgebung und Rechtswissenschaft (2001), pp. 313

Kommunikation und Selbstbestimmung. Zu den Bedingungen der Rekonstitution individueller Autonomie im Äußerungs-und Medienrecht, in Zur Autonomie des Individuums. Liber Amicorum für Spiros Simitis, Nomos Verlag, (Baden-Baden, 2000) pp. 209

Familiengesellschaften zwischen Institution und Vertrag – Kritische Überlegungen zur richterlichen Korrektur von Ausschluss-und Abfindungsklauseln, in Familiengesellschaften, Festschrift für Walter Sigle, Verlag Dr. Otto Schmidt, (Köln 2000) pp. 183

Fragen und Wünsche des Gesellschafts-und Kapitalmarktrechts an das Recht der Rechnungslegung, in Zeitschrift für Unternehmens- und Gesellschaftsrecht (2000), pp. 551

Comment to Ebke: Economic Integration, Corporate Governance and Capital Market Regulation: In Search of a New Model for the European Union, Vosgerau (ed.), Institutional Arrangements for Global Economic Integration (2000), pp. 83 ff.

Book review of: Nörr, Knut Wolfgang: Die Republik der Wirtschaft. Recht, Wirtschaft und Staat in der Geschichte Westdeutschlands. Teil I: Von der Besatzungszeit bis zur Großen Koalition, Tübingen 1999, published in Rechtshistorisches Journal (2000), pp. 97 ff.

ALAN M. LERNER Practice Professor of Law co-led three small group sessions discussing various aspects of scholarship for clinical law teachers at the annual meeting of the AALS Section on Clinical Law Teaching, held in Montreal in May. At the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Annual Public Interest Law Day in June, Professor Lerner joined Terry Fromson, Executive Director of the Women’s Law Project, and Professor Louis Rulli in a panel discussion regarding the recent changes in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedures and the Federal Rules of Evidence, and their impact on the practice of public interest lawyers. He focused on the particular topic of Rules 701, 702 and 703 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, which deal with expert witnesses and lay opinion testimony.
 
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