2 J. Bus. & Tech. L. [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/jobtela2 and id is 1 raw text is: UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF LAW       ESTABLISHED 1816
Journal of Business & Technology Law
ROUNDTABLE -      THE CRIMINALIZATION OF CORPORATE LAW
FOREWORD
The Criminalization of Corporate Law
Lisa  M . Fairfax  ......................................................................  1
ARTICLES
Hell Hath No Fury Like an Investor Scorned: Retribution, Deterrence, Restoration, and the
Criminalization of Securities Fraud under Rule iob-s
Joan  M acLeod  Heminway  .............................................................. 3
On the Prospects of Deterring Corporate Crime
Geraldine  Szott M oohr  ............................................................... 25
Sarbanes-Oxley's Purported Over-Criminalization of Corporate Offenders
Lisa  H. Nicholson  ................................................................... 43
The Perils of Criminalizing Agency Costs
Larry  E. Ribstein  ...................................................................  59
SPEECH
Criminalization of Corporate Law
David Anders ...................................................................... 71
REFLECTIVE ESSAYS
The Impact on Director and Officer Behavior
Douglas  M . Branson  ................................................................. 85
Donald  Langevoort  .................................................................  89
The Impact on Shareholders and Other Constituents
Jill  Fisch  ........................................................................... 9 1
Christine Hurt ..................................................................... 97
Brett McDonnell .................................................................. 99
David  M illon  ......................................................................  10 1
Jennifer  O 'Hare  .................................................................... 105
The Impact of Criminal Sanctions on Corporate Misconduct
Peter  Henning  ..................................................................... 107
Donna M. Nagy ................................................................... 111
Alan  Palm iter  .....................................................................  115
Ellen  S. Podgor  ....................................................................  119
David Skeel, Jr. ................................................................... 123
NOTES
MGM v. Grokster: Adopting Patent Law's Active Inducement Doctrine and Shifting the
Focus to Actions of Alleged Indirect Infringers
Kristine  Grigorian  .................................................................. 127
Timko v. Triarsi: How to Prevent Predatory Strike Suits while Avoiding Inequitable Results
Zachary  0. Cohen  .................................................................. 145

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