To whom -- and for what -- are major corporations responsible? Are they purely for shareholder profit, or are they responsible also to their employees, customers and the general public? How can these various interests be reconciled and enforced? Are corporations persons; do they have constitutional and legal rights? Who actually controls the world's great corporations? What is the role of law -- and of lawyers -- in corporate governance? These questions have often been asked, but rarely have they been answered fully. This webinar will -- I hope -- provoke a spirited discussion of these vital topics.
MCLE Credit will be available. Details for connecting to the webinar will be sent after you register.
Professor of Law Emeritus
New York University School of Law
New York, New York
- $0 - SWIICL Advisory Board Member
- $0 - SWIICL Member Employee
- $0 - Academy of American and International Law Alumni
- $0 - 2020 Academy of American and International Law Participant
- $25 - Non-Member
Texas Course Number 174093899. This course has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE in the amount of 1.0 credit hours, of which no credit hours will apply to ethics/professional responsibility credit.
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