Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Loyola Hosts Southern California Business Law Workshop

What is the impact and frequency of recent hedge fund activism? What developments are taking place at the border between public and private markets and companies? Could companies hire CEOs at lower compensation levels by changing their approach to the hiring process? These are some of the questions being discussed today at the Southern California Business Law Workshop hosted at Loyola Law School. Business law scholars from Loyola, USC, UCLA, Pepperdine, Southwestern, UC Irvine, and University of San Diego have gathered to discuss works in progress at the cutting edge of business law and at intersections with other areas of law.

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