Prof. Lyman Johnson Publishes in Cambridge Series on Law and Christianity

Washington and Lee Law professor Lyman Johnson has contributed to a new book published by Cambridge University Press, Agape, Justice, and the Law: How Might Christian Love Shape Law.  This new volume is part of the Cambridge Series on Law and Christianity.  Professor Johnson's work is titled "Law, Agape, and the Corporation" in which he discusses … Continue reading Prof. Lyman Johnson Publishes in Cambridge Series on Law and Christianity

Professor Johnson Ranks in Top 10% of SSRN Authors

Washington and Lee law professor Lyman Johnson ranks in the top 10% of authors on SSRN by total new downloads in the last 12 months.  Professor Johnson's articles  have generated a total of 11,696 downloads including 1,794 in the last 12 months alone. Professor Johnson’s most frequently downloaded works are: The Sarbanes-Oxley Act and Fiduciary Duties,  Corporate Officers and the … Continue reading Professor Johnson Ranks in Top 10% of SSRN Authors

Professor Johnson Contributes to CLS Blue Sky Blog

Washington and Lee law professor Lyman Johnson recently contributed to Columbia Law School's Blue Sky Blog.  The blog publishes writing on corporate governance, financial regulation, restructuring, antitrust and related topics. Professor Johnson's post,"Delaware's Long Silence on Corporate Officers", was published on May 23, 2017.  Professor Johnson discusses the absence of Delaware law, both case law … Continue reading Professor Johnson Contributes to CLS Blue Sky Blog

Professors Johnson and Millon Publish in The Business Lawyer

Washington and Lee law professors Lyman Johnson and David Millon have published an article in the most recent issue of The Business Lawyer.  The article, "Corporate Law After Hobby Lobby" appears in Vol. 70, Issue 1. Download the full text of the article here. From the abstract: We evaluate the U.S. Supreme Court’s controversial decision in the … Continue reading Professors Johnson and Millon Publish in The Business Lawyer

Prof. Johnson Publishes Reply in Washington and Lee Law Review Online

The Washington and Lee Law Review Online published a new article by Professor Lyman Johnson and Rob Ricca entitled "The Still-Dwindled Revlon".  The article is a reply to Nearing 30, Is Revlon Showing Its Age? by Mohsen Manesh of the University of Oregon School of Law. The full text of the exchange is below: "The Dwindling of Revlon" by Lyman … Continue reading Prof. Johnson Publishes Reply in Washington and Lee Law Review Online

Professors Johnson and Millon author comment on Affordable Care Act provision

Washington and Lee law professors Lyman P.Q. Johnson and David Millon, along with distinguished colleagues, have authored and submitted comments to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Department of Health and Human Services. Specifically, the comments address the proposed definition of "eligible organization" for purposes of coverage of certain preventative services under the Affordable Care … Continue reading Professors Johnson and Millon author comment on Affordable Care Act provision

Prof. Johnson co-authors Supreme Court Amicus Brief

Washington and Lee law professor Lyman Johnson is co-author on an amicus brief, filed yesterday, September 2, 2014.   The brief supports the respondents in Omnicare Inc., et al.  v. Laborers Dist. Council Constr. Indus. Pension Fund, et al.  a case currently before the United States Supreme Court, docket no. 13-435. This securities law case, … Continue reading Prof. Johnson co-authors Supreme Court Amicus Brief