Corporate law

Professor

Zhu 's research project is hostile takeovers and the improvement of corporate governance in listed companies in China.

Zhu is an author and editor of 5 textbooks and has published more than 20 papers.

Professor

Professor Yablon graduated magna cum laude from Columbia University. He was a clerk to Chief Judge Irving R. Kaufman, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Professor Yablon was an associate at Cravath, Swaine & Moore and then at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom.

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Introducing Emma Berry, 2018 ANU Law Indigenous Students’ PLT Scholarship recipient

Australian whistleblowing laws under scrutiny in new book

Private, Regulatory and Commercial Law Research Group

This paper explores the parameters of the concept of a business judgment, by examining how, if at all, the courts of England, Australia and the US (primarily Delaware) have defined directors' business judgment. It considers what a judgment is, and what kinds of decisions are business judgments; is judgment an event or a process?  is it possible to categorise different types of decisions involving business judgment? What kinds of decisions are not deferred to and why? What does it mean to designate something as a business judgment?

Australian law and economics

The  Annual Meeting of the Australian Law and Economics Association will be held on Friday 4 November 2016 at The Australian National University.

It will also mark the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Centre for Law and Economics at ANU College of Law in 1996. 

Government needs to get serious about reducing foreign bribery and corruption

Regulatory and institutional reforms needed to tackle corporate corruption: ANU Expert

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