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The American Advantage in Civil Procedure? An Autopsy of the Deutsche Telekom Litigation
(Connecticut L. Rev., 2015)
This article examines the influence of civil procedure on the legal framework that supports securities markets in the U.S. and in Germany, two very different legal systems. It does so by way of comparing parallel shareholder ...
Globalizing Trust? Transferring Anglo-American Minority Shareholder Protections to Civil Law Germany
This paper critically examines the conventional view that the lack of fiduciary duty protections for corporate shareholders in civil law systems explains crucial differences in corporate structure and finance. It questions ...
Litigation Discovery and Corporate Governance: The Missing Story About the 'Genius of American Corporate Law'
(Emory L.J., 2014)
Strikingly absent from the entire corporate governance and corporate litigation debate is a unique feature of American civil procedure that deserves special attention: the modern civil discovery regime. This Article attempts ...