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Writing in the tradition of Karl Llewellyn’s classic The Bramble Bush, Paul Kahn speaks in this book simultaneously to students and scholars. Drawing on thirty years of teaching experience, Kahn introduces students to the deep, narrative structure of the judicial opinion. Learning to read the opinion, the student learns the nature of legal argument. Thus Kahn’s exposition of the opinion simultaneously offers a theory of legal... more...

With the recent adoption of the Rules of Professional Conduct by the State of New York, attorneys licensed to practice in the State of New York will need access to the most current case law, opinions, and in-depth commentary governing ethical conduct to avoid costly and time consuming disciplinary proceedings. This publication, edited by the New York County Lawyers' Association, includes the complete New York Rules of Professional Conduct, selected... more...

Forty years ago, managerialism dominated corporate governance. In both theory and practice, a team of senior managers ran the corporation with little or no interference from other stakeholders. Shareholders were essentially powerless and typically quiescent. Boards of directors were little more than rubber stamps. Today, the corporate governance landscape looks vastly different. The fall-out from the post-Enron scandal and implementation of the... more...