Sarah Lawsky's Posts

How Safe are SAFEs? (Simple Agreements for Future Equity) (January 23, 2015)

So, after swearing never to look at Above the Law again, I ventured over there to see if David Lat... (Category: Venture Capital)

How We Should Have Tried Monsignor Lynn (January 23, 2015)

My previous blogposts (one, two, three, and four) introduced why conspiracy prosecutions should be used to reach wrongdoing by agents... (Category: Agency Law, Business Ethics, Business Organizations, Businesses of Note, Corporate Governance, Corporate Law, Crime and Criminal Law, Current Affairs, Economics, Employees, Financial Crisis, Financial Institutions, Law & Economics, Law & Entrepreneurship, Law & Society, Management, Masters: Dodd-Frank, Masters: Dodd-Frank@1, Politics, Popular Culture, Roundtable: Corps/B.A., Social Responsibility, White Collar Crime)

Sex Abuse, Priests, and Corporate Conspiracy (January 22, 2015)

My previous blogposts (one, two, and three) introduced the topic of how the intracorporate conspiracy doctrine prevents the prosecution of... (Category: Agency Law, Business Ethics, Business Organizations, Businesses of Note, Corporate Governance, Corporate Law, Crime and Criminal Law, Financial Crisis, Financial Institutions, Law & Economics, Law & Entrepreneurship, Law & Society, Legal History, Management, Masters: Dodd-Frank, Masters: Dodd-Frank@1, Politics, Religion, Roundtable: Corps/B.A., Social Responsibility, Torts, White Collar Crime)

Where are the Prosecutions for Corporate Conspiracy? (January 21, 2015)

My first and second blogposts introduced why conspiracy prosecutions are particularly important for reaching the coordinated actions of individuals when... (Category: Agency Law, Business Ethics, Business Organizations, Corporate Governance, Corporate Law, Crime and Criminal Law, Economics, Entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Financial Crisis, Financial Institutions, Law & Economics, Law & Entrepreneurship, Law & Society, Management, Masters: Dodd-Frank, Masters: Dodd-Frank@1, Politics, Popular Culture, Roundtable: Corps/B.A., Social Responsibility, White Collar Crime)

Family Film Blogging: Paddington (January 20, 2015)

Apparently, people love Paddington, especially critics. Paddington currently has a 98% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. What else has a 98%... (Category: Film)

Corporate Conspiracy Charges for the Financial Crisis (January 20, 2015)

In my previous blogpost, I granted the merit of defense counsel’s argument that the actions of discrete individual defendants—when the... (Category: Agency Law, Business Ethics, Business Organizations, Businesses of Note, Corporate Governance, Corporate Law, Crime and Criminal Law, Economics, Entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurship, Financial Crisis, Law & Economics, Law & Entrepreneurship, Law & Society, Management, Masters: Dodd-Frank, Masters: Dodd-Frank@1, Politics, Popular Culture, Roundtable: Corp Fin, Roundtable: Corps/B.A., Social Responsibility, White Collar Crime)

Litigating The Financial Crisis, By Moi (January 20, 2015)

I've written a paper on the judicial history of the financial crisis, and it's now out in the Virginia Law... (Category: Administrative Law, Finance, Financial Crisis, Financial Institutions, Securities, White Collar Crime)

J.P. Morgan’s Witness and the Holes in Corporate Criminal Law (January 20, 2015)

It is a pleasure to be guest-blogging here at The Glom for the next two weeks. My name is Josephine... (Category: Agency Law, Business Ethics, Business Organizations, Businesses of Note, Corporate Governance, Corporate Law, Crime and Criminal Law, Current Affairs, Economics, Entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Financial Crisis, Financial Institutions, Law & Entrepreneurship, Law & Society, Masters: Dodd-Frank, Masters: Dodd-Frank@1, Masters: Exec Comp, Politics, Popular Culture, Roundtable: Banking, Roundtable: Corp Fin, Roundtable: Corps/B.A., Rules & Standards, Social Responsibility, White Collar Crime)

If You Want a Friend in Washington, Call Silicon Valley (January 19, 2015)

As I blogged last month, I've been thinking a lot (by which I mean, writing frantically) about the political economy... (Category: Politics)

Welcome, Guest Blogger Josephine Sandler Nelson! (January 19, 2015)

Josephine comes to us from gigs at Stanford's and Berkeley's business schools; she writes about corporate crime, among other things... (Category: Miscellany)

Trimming Back Dodd-Frank (January 16, 2015)

Glass-Steagall may have lasted only 65 years, but the actual life of the Volcker Rule may be measured in months,... (Category: Securities)

The Harvard Shareholder Rights Project v. Professor Grundfest and Commissioner Gallagher (January 15, 2015)

So, I suppose the Glom should mention one of the weirder but more interesting securities fraud issues around these days.... (Category: Securities)

Family Film Blogging (Oscar Edition): The Imitation Game and Big Eyes (January 15, 2015)

So, Oscar nominations came out this morning, on the heel's of Monday night's Golden Globes. I'll have to admit, I... (Category: Film)

The Law Student Transfer "Problem" (January 15, 2015)

I saw this week at Tax Prof Blog a link to this article about the high numbers of transfer students... (Category: Law Schools/Lawyering)

Go Celebrate 10 Years Of Opinio Juris (January 15, 2015)

Over at Opinio Juris, the international law blog, they are marking their tenth anniversary with some ruminations about blogging and... (Category: Blogs and Blawgs, Globalization/Trade)

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