ND Law hosts roundtable on copyright's impact in music industry

Leading copyright scholars gathered at Notre Dame Law School on October 26 to discuss Glynn Lunney’s book, Copyright’s Excess: Money and Music in the U.S. Recording Industry. Lunney is a professor of law at Texas A&M University School of Law.

Copyright in the United States has rested on a simple premise: more copyright will lead to more money for copyright owners, and more money will lead to more original works of authorship.…

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Avishalom Tor will be a Distinguished Fellow at the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study

Tor’s primary legal expertise is in the areas of antitrust law, corporate governance, and behavioral law and economics. His scholarship draws on behavioral and experimental methods to study competition and cooperation and the legal rules and institutions that shape such behavior. More recently, Professor Tor has been examining the implications of his research for understanding the antecedents and consequences of inequality.…

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ND Program on Law and Market Behavior Holds Symposium on Horizontal Shareholding

Img 6533Einer Elhauge, Harvard Law School

The Research Program on Law and Market Behavior at Notre Dame Law School recently hosted a Symposium on Antitrust and Corporate Governance.

The event, “The Antitrust Implications of Horizontal Shareholders,” gathered legal and business scholars to talk about the intersection of corporate governance and antitrust law, focusing on the recent work of Einer Elhauge, Carroll and Milton Petrie Professor of Law at Harvard Law School.…

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Program on Law and Market Behavior Holds Corporate Governance Symposium

The event – named “Long vs. Short-term Investors in Corporate Governance” – gathered legal and business scholars to talk about the debate over whether short-term shareholders are a threat to the long-term interests of companies and the effect that short-term shareholders could have on the economy.

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