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James Cutler Professor of Law Emerita
- Securities Fraud, Recidivism, and Deterrence, 113 Penn. St. L. Rev. 189 (2008).
- Corporate Philanthropy,
Exectives' Pet Charities andthe Agency Problem, 41 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 1147 (1997) (invited submission).
- Institutional Investors and the New Corporate Governance, 69 N.C. L. Rev. 1135 (1991).
Chancellor Professor of Law, Director, William & Mary Property Rights Project and Co-Chair, President's Committee on Sustainability
- The Resilience of Property, 55 Ariz. L. Rev. 847 (2013).
- The Pathology of Property Norms: Living Within Nature's Boundaries, 73 S. Cal. L. Rev. 927 (2000).
Associate Professor of Law
- Extending the Taxation-of-Risk Model to Timing Options and Market-to-Market Taxes, 32 Virginia Tax. Rev. 485 (2013).
- The Uneasy Case for Deferring Banker Pay, 73 La. L. Rev. 923 (2013).
- Executive Compensation and Tax Neutrality: Taxing the Investment Component of Deferred Compensation, 31 Cardozo L. Rev. 1667 (2010).
- Extending the Taxation-of-Risk Model to Timing Options and Market-Market Taxes, 32 Virginia Tax Rev. 485 (2013).
- Deferred Compensation Reform: Taxing The Fruit of the Tree in its Proper Season, 67 Ohio State L. J. 347 (2006).
- The Economic Ambiguity (and Possible Irrelevance of Tax Transition Rules, 22 Va. Tax. Rev. 615 (2003).
Professor of Law; Fellow, Center for the Study of Law and Markets
- Marginal Benefits of the Core Securities Laws, J. Fin. Reg. ___ (forthcoming 2021).
- Information Asymmetry and the Protection of Ordinary Investors, 53 UC Davis L. Rev. 145 (2019), reprinted in 2020 Securities L. Rev. § 2:1.
- A New Market-Based Approach to Securities Law, 85 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1313 (2018) (with M. Todd Henderson).
- Making a Market for Corporate Disclosure, 35 Yale J. Reg. 2 (2018) (with M. Todd Henderson).
- Discrimination Platforms, 42 J. Corp. L. 809 (2017).
- Evaluating Stock-Trading Practices and Their Regulation, 42 J. Corp. L. 887 (2017) (with Merritt B. Fox).
- Information-Dissemination Law: The Regulation of How Market-Moving Information Is Revealed, 101 Cornell L. Rev. 1373 (2016) (with M. Todd Henderson).
- Stock-Market Law and the Accuracy of Public Companies' Stock Prices, 2015 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 121 (2015), reprinted in Securities L. Rev. § 4:3.
Professor of Law
- Crowdfunding Without the Crowd, 95 N.C. L. Rev. 1481 (2017).
- Intrapreneurship, 73 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 1741 (2016).
- Equity Crowdfunding: A Market for Lemons?, 100 Minnesota L. Rev. 561 (2015).
- Co-author, Delaware's Familiarity, 52 San Diego L. Rev. 271 (2015) (with Brian Broughman).
- Co-author, Delaware Law as Lingua Franca: Theory and Evidence, 57 J.L. & Econ. 865 (2014) (with Brian J. Broughman and Jesse M. Fried).
- Co-author, Law and Entrepreneurial Opportunities, 98 Cornell L. Rev. 1533 (2013) (with D. Gordon Smith) (invited submission).
- Should Angel-Backed Start-Ups Reject Venture Capital?, 2 Mich. J. Private Equity & Venture Cap. L. 251 (2013).
- The New Exit in Venture Capital, 65 Vand. L. Rev. 1 (2012).
- Debt as Venture Capital, 2010 Ill. L. Rev. 1169 (2010).
- Financing the Next Silicon Valley, 87 Wash. U. L. Rev. 717 (2010).
- Individual or Collective Liability for Corporate Directors?, 93 Iowa L. Rev. 929 (2008).
- The (Not so) Puzzling Behavior of Angel Investors, 61 Vand. L. Rev. 1405 (2008).
Thomas Jefferson Professor of Law
- Preserving a Precious Resource: Rationalizing the Use of Antibiotics, 99 Nw. U.L. Rev. 611 (2005).
- Drawing the Line Between Taxes and Takings: The
ContiuousBurdens Principle, and Its Broader Application, 97 Nw. U. L. Rev. 189 (2002).
- Freezing the Company Charter, 79 N.C. L. Rev. 111 (2000).
- The Dark Side of Efficiency: Johnson v. M'Intosh and the Expropriation of Amerindian Lands, 148 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1065 (2000).
- Windfalls, 108 Yale L.J. 1489 (1999).
Ball Professor of Law and Tazewell Taylor Research Professor of Law
- In Praise of All or Nothing Dichotomous Categories: Why Antitrust Law Should Reject the Quick Look, 104 Geo. L.J. 835 (2016).
- Co-author, Hobby Lobby, Corporate Law and the Theory of the Firm: Why For-Profit Corporations are RFRA Persons, 127 Harvard L. Rev. F. 273 (2014) (with Nate Oman).
- Antitrust Federalism and State Restraints of Interstate Commerce: An Essay for Professor Hovenkamp, 100 Iowa L. Rev. 2161 (2015) (invited submission for Centennial Symposium).
- Antitrust, Regulatory Harm and Economic Liberty, 99 Iowa L. Rev. Bulletin 115 (2014).
- Robert Bork's Forgotten Role in the
TranscationCost Revolution, 79 Antitrust L.J. 953 (2014).
- Competition Policy and the Great Depression: Lessons Learned and a New Way Forward, 23 Cornell J.L. & Pub.
- Assorted Anti-Leegin Canards: Why Resistance is Misguided and Futile, 40 Fla. St. L. Rev. 908 (2013).
- Market Power and Contract Formation: How Outmoded Economic Theory Still Distorts Antitrust Doctrine, 88 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1291 (2013).
- Reframing the (False?) Choice BetweenPurchaser Welfare and Total Welfare: How the Partial Equilibrium Trade-off Model Distorts Normative Antitrust Debate, 81 Fordham L. Rev. 2197 (2013). (invited submission) (PDF)
- Standard Oil as Lochner's
TroganHorse, 85 S. Cal. L. Rev. 783 (2012). (PDF)
- Section 2 Enforcement and the Great Recession: Why Less (Enforcement) Might Mean More (GDP), 80 Fordham L. Rev. 1633 (2012). (PDF)
- Reframing Antitrust in Light of Scientific Revolution: Accounting for Transaction Costs in Rule of Reason Analysis, 62 Hastings L.J. 457 (2010).
- Debunking the Purchaser Welfare Account of Section 2 of the Sherman Act: How Harvard Brought Us a Total Welfare Standard and Why We Should Keep it, 85 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 659 (2010).
- Competition and Market Failure in the Antitrust Jurisprudence of Justice Stevens, 74 Fordham L. Rev. 1775 (2006).
- Exclusive Dealing, the Theory of the Firm, and Raising Rivals' Costs: Toward a New Synthesis, 50 Antitrust Bulletin 371 (2005).
- Market Failure and Non-Standard Contracting: How The Ghost of Perfect Competition Still Haunts Antitrust, 1 J. Competition Law and Economics 21 (2005).
- Monopolization, Exclusion and the Theory of the Firm, 89 Minn. L. Rev. 743 (2005).
Property, Aspen, and Refusals to Deal, 73 Antitrust L. J. 81 (2005).
- Property Rights and Intrabrand Restraints, 89 Cornell L. Rev. 553 (2004).
- Intrabrand Restraints and the Theory of the Firm, 83 N.C. L. Rev. 5 (2004).
- Price Theory, Competition, and the Rule of Reason, 2003 Ill. L. Rev. 77.
- The Team Production Theory of Corporate Law: A Critical Assessment, 43 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1629 (2002).
- Don't Disintegrate Microsoft (Yet), 9 Geo. Mason L. Rev. (2001).
- Farewell to the Quick Look: Redefining the Scope and Content of the Rule of Reason, 68 Antitrust L. J. 461 (2000).
- Liberty and Antitrust in the Formative Era, 79 B.U. L. Rev. 1 (1999).
- Monopoly Bundling in Cyberspace: How Many Products Does Microsoft Sell?, 44 Antitrust Bulletin 65 (1999).
- Regulation of Franchisor Opportunism and the Production of the Institutional Framework: Federal Monopoly or Competition Between the States
? ,23 Harv. J.L. & Pub. Pol. 61 (1999).
- Tying Meets the New Institutional Economics: Farewell to the Chimera of Forcing, 146 U. Penn. L. Rev. 1 (1997).
- Price Theory and Vertical Restraints: A Misunderstood Relation, 45 UCLA L. Rev. 143 (1997).
- Will, Judgment and Economic Liberty: Mr. Justice Souter and the Mistranslation of the Due Proces Clause, 41 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. (1999).
- Antitrust Balancing in A (Near) Coasean World: The Case of Franchise Tying Contracts, 95 Mich. L. Rev. 111 (1996).
- Limitations on Corporate Speech: Protection for Shareholders, or Abridgement of Expression?, 2 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 305 (1993).
- Inadvertent Waiver of the Attorney-Client Privilege by Disclosure of Documents: An Economic Analysis, 23 Creighton L. Rev. 513 (1990). (PDF)
Professor of Law
- Co-Author, Hobby Lobby, Corporate Law and the Theory of the Firm: Why For-Profit Corporations are RFRA Persons, 127 Harvard L. Rev. F. 273 (2014) (with Alan Meese).
- Markets as a Moral Foundation of Contract Law, 98 Iowa L. Rev. 183 (2012).
- A Pragmatic Defense of Contract Law, 98 Georgetown L. J. 77 (2009).
- The Failure of Economic Interpretations of Contract Damages, 64 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 829 (2007).
- Book Review, Unity
andPluralism in Contract Law, 103 Mich. L. Rev. 1483 (2005).
- Corporations and Autonomy Theories of Contract: A Critique of the New Lex Mercatoria, 82
Denv. U. L. Rev. 101 (2005).
- Statutory Interpretation in Econotopia, 25 Pace L. Rev. 49 (2004).
Professor of Law
- Free Trade in Patented Goods: International Exhaustion for Patents, 29 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 317 (2014).
- Tailoring Remedies to Spur Innovation, 61 Am. U. L. Rev. 733 (2012).
Director of the William & Mary Program in Public Policy, Paul R. Verkuil Term Distinguished Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Economics and Law
- Do Carrots Work? Examining the Effectiveness of EPA's Compliance Assistance Program, 31 J. Policy Analysis and Management 533 (2012).
- Private Policing of Environmental Performance: Does it Serve Public Goals?, 39 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 73 (2012).
- Co-author, Do Environmental Audits Improve Long-Term Compliance: Evidence from Manufacturing Facilities in Michigan, 40 J. Reg. Econ. 279 (2011).
- Outsourcing Enforcement: Principles to Guide Self-Policing Regimes, 33 Cardozo L. Rev. 2293 (2011).
- Self-policing in a Targeted Enforcement Regime, 74 S. Econ. Rev. 934 (2008).
- Can Consumers Enforce Environmental Regulations? The Role of the Market in Hazardous Waste
Commpliance, 31 J. Reg. Econ. 83 (2007).
- Should You Turn Yourself In: The Consequences of Environmental Self-Policing, 26 J.
Pol'yAnalysis & Mgmt. 305 (2007).
- Does Self-Policing Help the Environment? EPA's Audit Policy and Hazardous Waste Compliance, 6 Vermont J. Envt. L. 1 (2005).
- Progress Toward Title IX Compliance: The Effect of Formal and Informal Enforcement Mechanisms, 85 Soc. Sci. Qtr. 1469 (2004).