On July 9-12, Professor Sahani presented her latest work-in-progress, Reshaping Third-Party Funding, at the Ninth Annual Lutie Lytle Black Women Law Faculty Writing Workshop hosted by Vanderbilt Law School. This article challenges the traditional triangular representation of the third-party funding transaction between the funder, client, and attorney and proposes other transaction structures that would be better … Continue reading Professor Sahani Presents Works-in-Progress at Vanderbilt Law School and Seattle University School of Law
Washington and Lee Law professor Victoria Shannon Sahani recently contributed to the Kluwer Arbitration Blog published by Wolters Kluwer Law & Business. Professor Sahani’s blog post, titled The Impact of Third-Party Funders on the Parties They Decline to Finance was published on July 6, 2015.
A review of Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Bruner’s book, Corporate Governance in the Common-Law World: The Political Foundations of Shareholder Power, has been published by the Cambridge Law Journal. The review was authored by Dr. Marc Moore, Reader in Corporate Law at the University of Cambridge Faculty of Law. Professor Bruner’s book, published … Continue reading Professor Bruner’s Book Reviewed in the Cambridge Law Journal
Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Seaman’s article, Ongoing Royalties in Patent Cases After eBay: An Empirical Assessment and Proposed Framework, recently appeared in the symposium issue of volume 23 of the Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal. The Professor Seaman's article is also featured on SSRN top ten lists in four different subject areas: Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property: Empirical Studies, Innovation & Patent Law … Continue reading Professor Christopher Seaman’s New Work Published in the Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal and featured in SSRN Top 10 Lists
Washington and Lee Law professor Victoria Shannon Sahani was recently featured by Oxford University Press on their Investment Claims homepage. Professor Sahani's blog post, titled The Structural Challenge of Investment Arbitration Viewed through the Lens of Third-Party Funding was published on June 10, 2015.