Professor Kish Vinayagamoorthy Hosts International Business Roundtable

Prof. Kish Vinayagamoorthy
Prof. Kish Vinayagamoorthy

On Thursday and Friday, January 9 and 10, the Frances Lewis Law Center at Washington and Lee School of Law is hosting a Juniors Works-in-Progress Roundtable for International Business.  The theme of the workshop is “Transnational governance solutions to international business challenges.”

Over the next two days, seven international business scholars will present works-in-progress and share feedback on a variety of issues that confront businesses that operate across borders.  Here are their names and topics:

  • Andy Spalding, University of Richmond School of Law: “Rethinking Extraterritorial Deterrence”
  • Kish Vinayagamoorthy, Washington and Lee University School of Law: “Outsourcing Responsibility”
  • Timothy Webster, Case Western University School of Law: “Does the Federal Government Oppose Asian Investment?”
  • Timothy Meyer, University of Georgia School of Law: “From Contract to Legislation: The Logic of Modern International Lawmaking”
  • Pammela Saunders, Drexel University School of Law: “The Regulatory Impact of Individual Versus Institutional Liability Threats in International Human Rights Litigation”
  • Melissa Durkee, University of Washington School of Law: “Corporate Chaos Theory”
  • Sarah Dadush, Rutgers School of Law, “Regulating the Market for Social Impact”

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