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Monday, July 21, 2008

Friends as Fiduciaries: Comments at The Conglomerate

In connection with the Fourth Annual Conglomerate Junior Scholars Workshop, several comments on my paper Friends as Fiduciaries will appear on The Conglomerate on July 30.  I'll be making an effort to engage my critics in the comments there (though I may be on the road for some of the day).  If you have thoughts on the paper that you'd like to share, now is the time.  After the workshop, I'm hoping to put the finishing touches on that paper, slated for publication in the Wash U L Rev in early 2009.  I'm looking forward to getting comments from the business law community, not the place I tend to call home.

Soon thereafter, I'll be sharing the next piece in my friendship and the law research agenda: Friendship as Relational Contract.  But not before that paper get improved by the participants in the upcoming Prawsfest! event in NYC this week.

Posted by Ethan Leib on July 21, 2008 at 12:35 PM in Article Spotlight | Permalink


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