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D.C. District Court Cites Professor Halabi’s Article on Corporate Veil-Piercing

The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has cited Professor Sam Halabi’s article, Veil-Piercing’s Procedure, 67 Rutgers U. L. Rev. 1001, as part of its analysis of D.C. corporate law.  Resolving a dispute between a developer and a university-landowner, the Court excerpted Halabi’s research showing that “courts differ as to (1) whether “plaintiffs [must] bring an independent cause…

Student’s Paper to Publish in Italian Academic Journal

George Khoukaz, ’18, will have his paper, “Corporate Shareholders’ Limited Liability: Useful or Abusive?,” published in the Bocconi Legal Papers – the official academic journal of Bocconi University in Milan, Italy. The paper provides an insight into the relationship between limited liability and moral hazard, which was brought to the attention of the public by the financial crisis of 2008. In…