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Volume 6, Issue 4 - Published as University of Pennsylvania Journal of Comparative Business and Capital Market Law

Responses to Fedders

“Waiver by conduct”: Another view (PDF)

Paul. J. Bschorr

307

A response to Fedders “Waiver by conduct” (PDF)

Jean-Lue Lepine

319

The newest configuration of the ugly American: A response to Mr. Fedders (PDF)

Edward J. Boyle & Jonathan C. Thau

323

Response to Fedders’ “Waiver by conduct” (PDF)

Werner de Capitani

331

Response to Fedders’ “Waiver by conduct” (PDF)

Eddy Wymeersch

339

The internationalized securities market and international law - A reply to John M. Fedders (PDF)

Michael Singer

345
Articles

RICO: The newest litigation gambit in corporate takeover battles (PDF)

William C. Tyson & Anthony Ain

355
Comment

Jurisdictional standards under EEC competition law: The evolution of the economic entity test (PDF)

Victor M. Lopez-Balboa & Jennifer Myers

383

 

Volume 6, Issue 3 - Published as University of Pennsylvania Journal of Comparative Business and Capital Market Law

Paris Colloquium on Corporate Governance

Introduction (PDF)

 

199

Session One: The evolving role of the board of directors (PDF)

 

201

Session Two: Composition of the board (PDF)

 

215

Session Three: Board committees (PDF)

 

231

Session Four: The board of directors’ access to and use of information (PDF)

 

243

Session Five: Liability of officers and directors (PDF)

 

257

List of participants (PDF)

 

281
Comment

The Insider Trading Sanctions Act: Incorporating a market information definition (PDF)

Michael Karsch

283

 

Volume 6, Issue 2 - Published as University of Pennsylvania Journal of Comparative Business and Capital Market Law

The act of state doctrine - From abstention to activism (PDF)

Neil J. Kleinman

115

The threat of corporate debt (PDF)

Morris Mendelson

149

Company groups - The EEC proposal for a N (PDF)

Klaus Bohlhoff & Julius Budde

163

 

Volume 6, Issue 1 - Published as University of Pennsylvania Journal of Comparative Business and Capital Market Law

Waiver by conduct - A possible response to the internationalization of the securities markets (PDF)

John M. Fedders. Frederick B. Wade. Michael D. Mann & Matthew Beizer.

1

Economic Sanctions as an Instrument of U.S. Strategic and Foreign Policy: A conference (PDF)

 

55

International commercial arbitration and federal securities regulation: Reconciling two conflicting policies (PDF)

Kanji Ishizumi

81
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