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The Administrative State in Bankruptcy - Jared Ellias, University of California Hastings George Triantis, Stanford University

Fake and Real People in Bankruptcy - Melissa Jacoby, University of North Carolina

Cheap Grace in Bankruptcy Court - Troy McKenzie, New York University

The Committee Charade in Mass Tort Bankruptcy - Lindsey Simon, University of Georgia

Discussant:  Nora Engstrom, Stanford University

The Great American Double Standard - Honorable Jed Rakoff, United States District Court, Southern District of New York

The Challenge of Holding Corporations Accountable Through Civil Litigation - Howard Erichson, Fordham University

“A Force Created”: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Politics of Lawsuit Immunity - Myriam Gilles, Yeshiva University

Shareholder Wealth Maximization and Securities Fraud - James Park, University of California Los Angeles

Discussant:  Miriam Baer, Brooklyn Law School

The Texas Two Step in Bankruptcy: Corporate Abuse in the World of Mass Torts and What Can Be Done About It - Maria Glover, Georgetown University

Tort Claims for the Coverup of Childhood Sexual Abuse: Private Litigation, Corporate Accountability and Institutional Reform - Timothy Lytton, Georgia State University

When a Corporation’s Rational Ignorance Causes Harm: Charting a New Role for Tort Law - Wendy Wagner, University of Texas

Discussant:  Elizabeth Burch, University of Georgia

Nosedive: Boeing and the Corruption of the Deferred Prosecution Agreement- John Coffee, Columbia University

Malice or SNAFU? Punitive Damages and Organizational Culture Defects - Bradley Wendel, Cornell University

The Boeing MAX 737 Crashes—Aeronautical Accident Outliers - Stephan Landsman, DePaul University

Discussant:  Margaret Lemos, Duke University

Private Enforcement for the Digital Age - David Engstrom, Stanford University

What We Know and What We Don’t Know About Private Litigation and the Public Good - Sean Farhang, University of California Berkeley

Tort, Crime and Public Health: Reflections on Legal Categories - Alexandra Lahav, University of Connecticut

Personification and Punishment: Metaphors and Corporate Acts - Gregory Mark, DePaul University

Discussant:  Robert Rabin, Stanford University