Introducing Guest Blogger Elizabeth Nowicki

nowicki-elizabeth2I am very pleased to announce that Elizabeth Nowicki will be joining us again as a guest blogger this month.

When Elizabeth was last with us in 2006, she was on the faculty at Richmond and visiting away at Cornell. Now she is tenured at Tulane and visiting at Boston University. Prior to entering the academy, she clerked for Judge Jack Weinstein (EDNY) and Judge James Oakes (2d Cir.), she worked on Regulation FD at the Securities and Exchange Commission, and she was an associate at Sullivan & Cromwell.

Elizabeth teaches Corporations, Mergers & Acquisitions, Securities Regulation, Deals, and related courses, and her writing has focused on corporate governance, securities fraud, ethics, apologies, mergers, and deals. She is currently the Chair of the AALS Section on Women in Legal Education, and she is an officer in the AALS Section on Securities Regulation.

Elizabeth has been an expert witness on a host of matters, including analyst fraud and stock option backdating cases, and Elizabeth is a regular in the media.

Some of her recent publications include:
* Director Inattention and Director Protection Under Delaware General Corporations Law Section 102(b)(7): A Proposal for Legislative Reform, 33 Del. J. Corp. L. 695 (2008)
* Not in Good Faith, 60 SMU L. Rev. 441 (2007)
* A Director’s Good Faith, 55 Buff. L. Rev. 457 (2007)

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