Now It's Strine Taking Aim at Bebchuk Over Governance

, The American Lawyer


Delaware Supreme Court Chief Justice Leo Strine has challenged Harvard Law School professor Lucian Bebchuk to rethink his focus on unfettered shareholder democracy.

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  • DeATT

    There are so many logical fallacies in Strine‘s article that it is almost embarrassing. I mean, really: "no I‘m not an insulation advocate, YOU‘RE an insulation advocate." Childish He should focus on doing his job instead of spending hours upon hours engaging in this type of academic debate with someone who has already completely outmaneuvered him on the topic. Strine should also spend less time wasting the State of Delaware‘s money by endlessly appealing the ruling that struck down Delaware secret corporate arbitration program as violative of the First Amendment. Strine lost that case three times in a row

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