Robert J. Jackson Jr. Brings His Expertise on Executive Compensation to Columbia Law School
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Along with an insider’s look at TARP, Jackson brings to the Law School a new course, The Law, Economics, and Regulation of Executive Compensation, which will feature panel discussions with officials engaged in the current policy debates regarding the regulation of executive pay. Students will write a comment letter designed to assist federal regulators with the implementation of the compensation and corporate governance provisions in the sweeping financial reform bill signed into law Wednesday by President Obama.“With the passage of the financial regulatory reform legislation, new lawyers have an extraordinary opportunity to contribute to the legal frameworks that will govern economic affairs for years to come,”
Before the Treasury,
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