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This, I believe: A new look at corporate purpose, director primacy and the business judgment rule
This short essay provides some explanation and context built around a simple statement regarding corporate (or entity) purpose and how to balance the shareholder wealth maximization norm with broad director discretion. ...
“Bar talk” virtual chat with Steve Sieberson, Creighton University School of Law
Dave Sommers, Omaha Bar Association Executive Director, interviews Steve Sieberson regarding his book and writing process for his recent book, Low Mountains or High Tea.
Criminal procedure: Cases, readings, and comparative perspectives
Criminal Procedure: Cases, Readings, and Comparative Perspectives focuses on the essentials of criminal procedure law as it arises under the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments to the United States Constitution. The casebook ...
Professional decision-making in medicine: Development of a new measure and preliminary evidence of validity
This study developed a new Professional Decision-Making in Medicine Measure that assesses the use of effective decision-making strategies: seek help, manage emotions, recognize consequences and rules, and test assumptions ...
Nebraska choice of law: An updated synthesis
In 2005, I wrote an article in this Review endeavoring to condense Nebraska choice-of-law principles into black-letter, Restatement-like rules. My purpose in doing so was to help busy judges and lawyers who generally lack ...
Legal ethics as three-dimensional chess: Our duties to persons other than our clients
This article will highlight where the Nebraska RPCs require or at least suggest that we look to the interests of others as we represent our clients. In this analysis, we will review the Preamble and Parts 1 through 4 of ...