Date: Semester 2, Monday, Monday, 14:30-16:00, Room 119.
The Faculty’s Private and commercial Law workshop focuses on research in these areas. In each meeting, a draft article or book chapter will be presented by its author, followed by an extended Q&A session. The papers offer a broad array of perspectives on private and commercial legal issues, including doctrinal, comparative, historical, and interdisciplinary (such as economic, psychological, and feminist).
Private and Commercial Law Workshop Meetings
11.3 – Opening meeting
18.3 – Gideon Parchomovsky –Third Party Moral Hazard (with Peter Siegelman)
25.3 – Tom Baker – The Rise of Insurance Runoff: Uncertainty Sinks for the Insurance Business
1.4 – Roy Shapira – Mandatory Arbitration and the Market for Reputation
8.4 – Celia Fassberg – The Public in Private International Law
15.4 – Moran Ofir – Piercing the Corporate Veil: Some Misfits between Theory and Practice
29.4 – Katya Assaf – Work, Identity, and the Regulation of Markets: A Study of Trademark Law in the U.S. and Germany (with Lisa Herzog)
6.5 – Adi Libzon – All-in: Tax Benefits for Corporate Governance Engagements" (with Gideon Parchomovsky)
13.5 – Amir Licht – Shareholdersand Stakeholders around the World: The Role of Values, Culture, and Law in Directors’ Decisions (with Renee Adams)
20.5 – אדם חפרי – The Statutory Liberalization of Trust Law: its Distribution in Time and Space across 140 Jurisdictions
27.5 – Michal Shur-Ofry –Collective Action and Social Contagion: Community Gardens as a Case Study (with Ofer Malcai)
10.6 – Benny Porat – שומת נזקי גוף: היבטים חלוקתיים
24.6 – Shahar Dillbary – Multiple Causes, Stacked Inferences and Hidden Contracts