Title

Corporations and Their Communities (Session 1)

Date of Event

1-25-2008

Description

Speakers: Moderator: Richard Gordon, Associate Professor, Case Western Reserve University School of Law Kent Greenfield, Professor of Law & Law Fund Research Scholar, Boston College Law School; Distinguished Faculty Fellow, Center on Corporations, Law & Society, Seattle University School of Law Timothy P. Glynn, Professor of Law, Seton Hall University School of Law Communities and Their Corporations: From Nullibiety to Ubiety in Corporate Law George W. Dent, Jr., Schott-van den Eynden Professor of Business Organizations Law, Case Western Reserve University School of Law

Presented by: Case Western Reserve Law Review

Summary: The Law Review Symposium Panel 1: Stakeholder Theory and the Relationships Between Host Communities and Corporations Throughout the 2-day symposium, legal scholars and practitioners will examine these questions: When a corporation operates within a community, what general obligations evolve out of that relationship - on the part of the corporation? on the part of the community? To what extent should a community or individuals in that community have stakeholder rights? Should they be able to influence corporate involvement in the community or establish which community related issues the corporation must take into account as it operates? From state and local tax incentives to eminent domain, what are the urban redevelopment issues?

Lecture Series

Case Western Reserve Law Review Symposium

Subject Headings

corporations and their communities

Location

Case Western Reserve University School of Law

Document Type

Video

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