Fayyad on Wu, “China, Inc. and the Paradox of Blurred Lines”

On Friday, March 2, 2018, Professor Mark Wu of Harvard Law School joined the Sawyer Seminar to discuss his article, The “China Inc.” Challenge to Global Trade Governance. Wu, whose research focuses on international trade law, began his talk by challenging the audience to think through some of the hypothetical scenarios he had previously shared Read more about Fayyad on Wu, “China, Inc. and the Paradox of Blurred Lines”[…]

Understanding Corporate Legal Personhood: Past and Present

On Friday, February 2, the Mellon Sawyer Seminar on Corporations and International Law welcomed Professor Erika George of the University of Utah College of Law, and Professor Natasha Wheatley of Princeton University for a two-hour roundtable discussion on issues ranging from the history of corporate legal personhood to the responsibilities of business enterprises to respect Read more about Understanding Corporate Legal Personhood: Past and Present[…]