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Fateful Bankers

David Zaring

Financial Industry Self-Regulation: Aspiration and Reality

Steven L. Schwarcz

Attorneys' Fees and the Social Legitimacy of Class Actions

David Marcus
Responding to Brian T. Fitzpatrick
Do Class Action Lawyers Make Too Little?

The Partner-Manager: Some Thoughts on Bebchuk and Fried

Lawrence E. Mitchell
Responding to Lucian A. Bebchuk & Jesse M. Fried
Paying for Long-Term Performance

Weak Solutions to an Illusory Problem

Steven N. Kaplan
Responding to Lucian A. Bebchuk & Jesse M. Fried
Paying for Long-Term Performance