This Friday, the Center for Business Law and Regulation at the Case Western Reserve University School of Law is hosting a symposium on “Executive Compensation: New Developments & Emerging Trends” from 9am-3pm. Speakers include Professors Jesse Fried (Harvard), Jill Fisch (UPenn), Todd Henderson (Chicago), and David Walker (BU), as well as Stephen Brown of TIAA-CREF and William Mulligan of Primus Venture Partners. CLE is available and the event will be webcast.
Meanwhile, here’s a quick rundown of upcoming talks of mine scheduled for the next few weeks:
- Friday, October 12, I will be speaking on NFIB v. Sebelius and continuing PPACA litigation at the University of Chicago’s Institute for Law and Economics conference on “The Future of Health Care Reform in the U.S.”.
- Wednesday, October 17, I will be speaking on the issue of tax credits in federally run exchanges at a Cato Institute Capitol Hill briefing, “Could Oklahoma’s New Lawsuit Strike a Fatal Blow to Obamacare?”
- Thursday, October 18, I will be back in Cleveland speaking on a panel examining the Supreme Court’s NFIB v. Sebelius decision at the CWRU School of Law.
- Thursday, October 25, I will be speaking to the University of Akron Law School chapter of the Federalist Society on “Conservation without Regulation: Property Rights and Environmental Protection.”
- Thursday, November 1, I will deliver the annual Rogge Memorial lecture at Wabash College on ““Free & Green: Property Rights and Markets for Environmental Protection.”