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Occupy Wall Street is a Democracy Movement

By Mike Dorf The notion that Occupy Wall Street (OWS) has no demands is fueled in part by an arguably deliberate media obtuseness. Judging from the movement's core catch-phrase — "We are the 99%" — it is clear that the … Continue reading

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The Pragmatic Civil Rights Movement in Atlanta

Tomiko Brown-Nagin, Courage to Dissent: Atlanta and the Long History of the Civil Rights Movement (Oxford University Press, 2011). Christopher Schmidt Tomiko Brown-Nagin's Courage to Dissent: Atlanta and the Long History of the Civil Rights Movement is an exceptional work … Continue reading

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Daniel Sokol Book Symposium Comments on Criminalising Cartels: Critical Studies of an International Regulatory Movement

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol I applaud Caron and Ariel for their edited volume Criminalising Cartels: Critical Studies of an International Regulatory Movement. As someone who edits books myself (shameless plugs for my Stanford University Press series, previous edited volume,… … Continue reading

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Blog Book Symposium on Criminalising Cartels: Critical Studies of an International Regulatory Movement

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol One of the most important books in recent years on cartels has been Criminalising Cartels: Critical Studies of an International Regulatory Movement, edited by Caron Beaton Wells (Melbourne – Law) and Ariel Ezrachi (Oxford -… … Continue reading

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Trade Progress: Movement on the US/Colombia FTA

The White House announced today that it had reached agreement with the government of Colombia on labor rights, which will "…clear the way […] Read more detail on Recent Corporate Law Department Posts –

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