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Faculty Scholarships
 

Author: Elliott J. Weiss

Books
  • Corporations, Law and Policy:  Materials and Problems (5th ed. 2003) (co-author, with Jeffrey D. Bauman & Alan R. Palmiter).
  • Corporations, Law and Policy:  Materials and Problems: Supplement 2002 (4th ed. Supp. 2002) (co-author, with Jeffrey D. Bauman & Alan R. Palmiter).
  • Corporations, Law and Policy:  Materials and Problems: Supplement 2001 (4th ed. Supp. 2001) (co-author, with Jeffrey D. Bauman & Alan R. Palmiter).
  • Corporations, Law and Policy:  Materials and Problems: Supplement 2000 (4th ed. Supp. 2000) (co-author, with Jeffrey D. Bauman & Lawrence A. Cunningham).
  • Corporations, Law and Policy:  Materials and Problems: Supplement 1999 (4th ed. Supp. 1999) (co-author, with Jeffrey D. Bauman).
  • Corporations, Law and Policy:  Materials and Problems (4th ed. 1998) (co-author, with Jeffrey D. Bauman, Lewis D. Solomon & Donald E. Schwartz).
  • Corporations, Law and Policy:  Materials and Problems: Supplement 1996 (3d ed. Supp. 1996) (co-author, with Jeffrey D. Bauman).
  • Corporations, Law and Policy:  Materials and Problems (3d ed. 1994) (co-author, with Lewis D. Solomon & Jeffrey D. Bauman).
  • Corporations, Law and Policy:  Materials and Problems (2d ed. Supp. 1992) (co-author, with Lewis D. Solomon & Jeffrey D. Bauman).
  • Effective Boards of Directors:  The Key to Corporate Accountability (Mimeo. 1988).
Articles in Books
  • The Board of Directors, Management, and Corporate Takeovers: Opportunities and Pitfalls, in The Battle for Corporate Control:  Shareholder Rights, Stakeholder Interests and Managerial Responsibilities 35 (Arnold Sametz ed., 1991).
  • Comment [on Taxes and Takeovers], in Knights, Raiders, and Targets:  The Impact of the Hostile Takeover 360 (John C. Coffee et al. eds., 1987).
  • Governance, Disclosure and Corporate Legitimacy, in Running the American Corporation 58 (William R. Dill ed., 1978).
Articles
  • The Lead Plaintiff Provisions of the PSLRA after a Decade, or “Look What's Happened to My Baby”, 61 Vand. L. Rev. 543 (2008).
    Available at: SSRN | Hein Online | Westlaw | Lexis
  • Some Thoughts on an Agenda for the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, 53 Duke L.J. 491 (2004).
  • File Early, Then Free Ride: How Delaware Law (Mis)Shapes Shareholder Class Actions, 57 Vand. L. Rev. 1797 (2004) (with Lawrence J. White), reprinted in 856 PLI/LIT 179 (April 2011).
  • Pleading Securities Fraud, 64 Law & Contemp. Probs. 5 (Spring/Summer 2001).
    Available at: Link
  • United States v. O'Hagan: Pragmatism Returns to the Law of Insider Trading, 23 J. Corp. L. 395 (1998).
  • Enter Yossarian: How to Resolve the Procedural Catch-22 that the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act Creates, 76 Wash. U. L.Q. 457 (1998) (co-author, with Janet E. Moser).
  • Comment: The Impact to Date of the Lead Plaintiff Provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act, 39 Ariz. L. Rev. 561 (1997).
  • Teaching Accounting and Valuation in the Basic Corporation Law Course, 19 Cardozo L. Rev. 679 (1997).
  • The New Securities Fraud Pleading Requirement: Speed Bump or Road Block? 38 Ariz. L. Rev. 675 (1996).
  • Securities Class-Action Lawsuits: A Descriptive Study, 38 Ariz. L. Rev. 491 (1996) (co-author, with Willard T. Carleton & Michael S. Weisbach).
  • Some Further Thoughts on Gustafson v. Alloyd Co., 65 U. Cinn. L. Rev. 137 (1996).
  • Let the Money Do the Monitoring: How Institutional Investors Can Reduce Agency Costs in Securities Class Actions, 104 Yale L.J. 2053 (1995) (co-author, with John S. Beckerman), reprinted in 37 Corp. Prac. Commentator 433 (1995) and in 28 Sec. L. Rev. 279 (1996).
  • Securities Act Section 12(2) After Gustafson v. Alloyd, Inc.: What Questions Remain? 50 Bus. Law. 1209 (1995).
  • The Courts Have It Right: Securities Act Section 12(2) Applies Only to Public Offerings, 48 Bus. Law. 1 (1992).
  • Whose Rules Should Govern Takeovers: Delaware's, the ALI's or Martin Lipton's? 33 Ariz. L. Rev. 761 (1991).
  • What Lawyers Do When the Emperor Has No Clothes: Evaluating CTS Corporation v. Dynamics of America and Its Progeny, 78 Geo. L.J. 1655 (Part I), 79 Geo. L.J. 211 (Part II) (1990).
  • A Response to Professor Fox, 76 Cal. L. Rev. 1047 (1988) (co-author, with Lawrence J. White).
  • A Proposal for a Federal Takeover Law, 9 Cardozo L. Rev. 1699 (1988).
  • Introduction (Symposium on Corporate Governance), 8 Cardozo L. Rev. 657 (1987).
  • Of Econometries and Indeterminacy: A Study of Investors’ Reactions to “Changes” in Corporate Law, 75 Cal. L. Rev. 551 (1987) (co-author, with Lawrence J. White).
  • Economic Analysis, Corporate Law, and the ALI Corporate Governance Project, 70 Cornell L. Rev. 1 (1984), reprinted in 27 Corp. Prac. Commentator 523 (1986).
  • The Law of Take Out Mergers: Weinberger v. UOP, Inc. Ushers in Phase Six, 4 Cardozo L. Rev. 245 (1983), reprinted in 26 Corp. Prac. Commentator 84 (1984).
  • Balancing Interests in Cash-Out Mergers: The Promise of Weinberger v. UOP, Inc., 8 Del. J. Corp. L. 1 (1983).
  • Defensive Responses to Tender Offers and the Williams Act's Prohibition Against Manipulation, 35 Vand. L. Rev. 1087 (1982), reprinted in 26 Corp. Prac. Commentator 377 (1984).
  • Social Regulation of Business Activity: Reforming the Corporate Governance System to Resolve an Institutional Impasse, 28 UCLA L. Rev. 343 (1981).
  • The Law of Take Out Mergers: A Historical Perspective, 56 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 624 (1981).
  • Disclosure and Corporate Accountability, 34 Bus. Law. 575 (1979).
  • An Assessment of the SEC Shareholder Proposal Rule, 65 Geo. L.J. 635 (1977) (co-author, with Donald E. Schwartz).
  • Using Disclosure to Activate the Board of Directors, 41 Law & Contemp. Probs. 63 (1977) (co-author, with Donald E. Schwartz), updated version republished in Corporations at the Crossroads:  Governance and Reform 109 (Deborah A. DeMott ed., 1979).
Other Writings
  • Declaration in Support of Lead Plaintiff New York City Pension Funds' Objection to Lead Counsel's Request for Attorneys' Fees, In re Cendant Corp. Securities Litigation (No. Civ. 98-1664, D. N.J.) (May 26, 2000).
    Available at: Link
  • Naijar Decision Confirms Delaware's Concern for Minority Stockholders, Nat'l L.J. 20 (Oct. 1, 1979).
  • Disclosure Approach for Directors, ____ Harv. Bus. Rev. ____ (Jan. - Feb. 1978) (co-author, with Donald E. Schwartz).
  • Disclosure Responsibilities of Business: A Legal Perspective, in Disclosure Responsibilities of Business ___ (Council of Better Business Bureaus, 1978).
  • On Ethical Investing, Sierra 11 (May 1978), abridged version reprinted in N.Y. Times, July 30, 1978, at 24.
  • Is Selling Technology to the Soviets Dangerous? (Ideas for Action), ____ Harv. Bus. Rev. ____ (Jan. - Feb. 1975) (co-author, with J.B.Oliver).
  • Proxy Voting on Social Issues: A Growth Industry, ____ Bus. & Soc'y Rev. ____ (Autumn 1974).

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