Introducing Guest Blogger Chuck Whitehead
We are delighted to introduce as a guest blogger during April Charles K. Whitehead. Chuck is a Professor of Law at Cornell University Law School and is visiting this semester at Peking University. He specializes in the law relating to business organizations, capital markets, financial institutions and transactions, and mergers and acquisitions.
Before entering into teaching in 2006, at Boston University, Chuck held senior legal and business positions in the global financial services industry, practicing in New York, London, and Tokyo. He remains active in important global financial leadership groups, including those concerning derivative products, international arbitration and financial services.
Chuck is also a member of the American Law Institute and Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. Examples of recent scholarship include:
* Lawyers and Fools: Lawyer-Directors in Public Corporations (Georgetown Law Journal 2013; co-authored with Lubomir Litov and Simone Sepe)
* The Goldilocks Approach: Financial Risk and Staged Regulation (Cornell Law Review 2012)
* Sandbagging: Default Rules and Acquisition Agreements (Delaware Journal of Corporate Law 2012)
* The Volcker Rule and Evolving Financial Markets (Harvard Business Law Review 2011)
* Destructive Coordination (Cornell Law Review 2011)
Chuck is a graduate of Cornell University and Columbia University Law School and served as clerk to the Hon. Ellsworth A. Van Graafeiland, U.S. Court of Appeals (2d Circuit).
Welcome to Concurring Opinions Chuck!