This Article compares the modern corporate regulatory environments in the United States and Australia, including an analysis of the climate for Directors & Officers (D & O) liability coverage. Comparing these regulations across two large markets with similar historical bases for assessing director and officer liability allows us to explore which reforms may be more effective as new scandals emerge.
Joan T. Gabel, Nancy R. Mansfield, Paul von Nessen, Austin W. Hall & Andrew Jones,
Evolving Regulation of Corporate Governance and the Implications for D&O Liability: The United States and Australia,
San Diego Int'l L.J.
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