Tag Archives: Wealth

Garrett on Equal Process and Wealth

Brandon L. Garrett (Duke University School of Law) has posted Wealth, Equal Protection, and Due Process on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: Increasingly, constitutional litigation challenging wealth inequality focuses on the intersection of the equal protection and due process clauses. That … Continue reading

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Should Contractually-Provided Severance Pay Decrease as Wealth Accumulation Increases?

Employment agreements between publicly-traded issuers and their executive officers often contain severance pay provisions that are heavily negotiated at the time of entering into the agreements.  The purpose of this post is to consider whether the amount of contractually-provided severance … Continue reading

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While writing about high profile divorces is a means of attracting readers, it really leaves most of us feeling “empty” when it comes to how it relates to our ordinary lives. But the announcement this week of the divorce agreement … Continue reading

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IN THE MAIL: The Geometry of Wealth: How To Shape A Life Of Money And Meaning. Plus, Today’s Gol…

IN THE MAIL: The Geometry of Wealth: How To Shape A Life Of Money And Meaning. Plus, Today’s Gold Box and Lightning Deals. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Is Marriage a Proxy for Wealth?

Erez Aloni, The Marital Wealth Gap, 93 Wash. L. Rev. 1 (2018). Phyllis C. Taite Discussions about wealth accumulation and economic equality invariably lead to discussions about income and wealth inequalities. Professor Erez Aloni‘s article, The Marital Wealth Gap, takes the … Continue reading

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