Updated Nov. 15: Last weekend, we attended the 2017 meeting of the Southeastern Academy of Legal Studies in Business (SEALSB) at the renowned Georgian Terrace Hotel in Atlanta, where we presented our Bayesian defense of the rule in Hadley v. Baxendale. (Here is a draft of the paper presented.) In addition, we learned a lot from our friends and colleagues at conference. Among our favorite talks were David Orozco‘s paper on university licensing agreements, Haskell Murray‘s work on morality clauses in athlete and celebrity contracts, Matthew Phillips‘s talk on “The Magic Municipality” (discussing Disney World’s exemptions from various State laws), Larry Trautman‘s talk on Google’s legal risks, Deepa Varadarajan‘s presentatation on “The Uses of IP Misuse”, and Ramsi Woodcock‘s talk on “Antitrust as Corporate Governance,” just to name a few. We will blog about some of these talks in future posts.
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