On December 3, 1987, during its 11th Annual Policy Conference in Washington, DC, the American Enterprise Institute convened a panel discussion on "Corporate Takeovers and Insider Trading: Who Should Regulate?" The panelists were John C. Coffee, Jr., professor of law at Columbia University; Joseph A. Grundfest, commissioner at the Securities and Exchange Commission; Roberta Romano, professor of law at Yale Law School; and Murray L. Weidenbaum, Mallinckrodt Distinguished University Professor and director of the Center for the Study of American Business at Washington University. The panel was moderated by Christopher C. DeMuth, president of AEI. The following discussion is drawn from these proceedings.
Business Organizations Law | Law | Securities Law
John C. Coffee Jr., Joseph A. Grundfest, Roberta Romano & Murray L. Weidenbaum,
Corporate Takeovers: Who Wins; Who Loses; Who Should Regulate,
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