Welcome to The CLS Blue Sky Blog, Columbia Law School’s Blog on corporate governance, financial regulation, restructuring, antitrust and kindred topics. Through our Featured Posts, Filter and Email Newsletter, we hope to facilitate discussion and bring you condensed and useful information to supplement your daily work.

Featured Posts and Interactive Discussion: Our Featured Posts aim to provide short and informative articles from academics, practitioners, industry professionals, and others, on issues relating to corporate governance, finance and economics, mergers and acquisitions, securities regulation, the Dodd-Frank Act, and related international developments. Through our “comment” feature, we are hoping to encourage dialogue by permitting commentary from the public.

The Filter: The Filter provides hand-picked reading recommendations from select publications relating to corporations and the capital markets from around the web.  Each business day, our team sifts through blog posts, news stories, and other sources to keep up-to-date on relevant recent developments. Click here to see the sources we follow.

The Email Newsletter:  The Email Newsletter allows readers to personally tailor the information that comes into their inbox.  There is a choice between a daily and a weekly newsletter and the option to select from any sub-topic that the reader wants to include.  Readers can also choose to include the Filter items in their newsletter.  Click here to subscribe.

Who We Are: The blog’s Editor-at-Large  is Reynolds Holding, a journalist and Senior Fellow at Columbia Law School. The blog is overseen by an editorial board consisting of John C. Coffee, Jr., Edward F. Greene, Robert J. Jackson, Jr., and Kathryn Judge, and is assisted by our Advisory Board. We highly encourage submissions from guest contributors and regularly feature such submissions. All questions should be directed to Reynolds Holding at rholding@law.columbia.edu.

Comments Policy: As of May 1, 2014, the CLS Blue Sky Blog no longer accepts anonymous comments.