Jacob A. Kling
Securities Regulation in the Shadow of the Antitrust Laws: The Case for a Broad Implied Immunity Doctrine
120 Yale L.J. 910 (2011).
This Note provides a defense of the Supreme Court’s decision in Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC v. Billing, in which the Court reaffirmed a broad standard for determining when securities market activities are impliedly immune from antitrust liability. It argues that, c…
Disenfranchising Shareholders: The Future of Blasius After Mercier v. Inter-Tel
119 Yale L.J. 2040 (2010).
This Note analyzes the Delaware Chancery Court’s recent decision in Mercier v. Inter-Tel (Delaware), Inc., in which the court upheld against a Blasius challenge the Inter-Tel board’s decision to postpone its imminent special meeting in order to prevent shareholders from …
Tax Cases Make Bad Work Product Law: The Discoverability of Litigation Risk Assessments After United States v. Textron
119 Yale L.J. 1715 (2010).