Merritt Fox, Zohar Goshen, and Eric Talley were among the authors of three of the 10 best corporate and securities articles last year, the Corporate Practice Commentator has announced. The Columbia Law School professors were joined by Gabriel Rauterberg, who was a research scholar at the school when he wrote one of the selected pieces with Fox and Lawrence Glosten, a professor at Columbia Business School.
The Corporate Practice Commentator’s Robert Thompson, a professor at Georgetown Law School, conducted the 23rd annual poll to compile the top-10 list. Teachers of corporate and securities law voted to select the best of more than 490 articles.
The three that Fox, Goshen, Talley, and Rauterberg wrote, listed in alphabetical order by first author’s last name, are:
Fox, Merritt B., Lawrence R. Glosten and Gabriel V. Rauterberg. The New Stock Market: Sense and Nonsense. 65 DUKE L.J. 191-277 (2015).
Goshen, Zohar and Assaf Hamdani. Corporate Control and Idiosyncratic Vision. 125 YALE L.J. 560-619 (2016).
Talley, Eric L. Corporate Inversions and the Unbundling of Regulatory Competition. 101 VA. L. REV. 1649-1751 (2015).
The full list of selected articles and other information are available here.