Videos tagged with Deborah A. DeMott

  • Join our distinguished panel of experts for a discussion celebrating the 100th anniversary of The American Law Institute. ALI's mission is to clarify, modernize, and improve the law via scholarly publications and projects. Featuring: David F. Levi (Dean Emeritus, Duke Law) ALI President, Andrew Gold (Professor, Brooklyn Law; Duke JD'98) co-editor of The American Law Institute: A Centennial History, Deborah A. DeMott (Professor, Duke Law) Reporter, Restatement (Third) of Agency, Brandon L. Garrett (Professor, Duke Law) Associate Reporter, Principles of the Law, Policing.

  • An insider’s conversation with alumni serving as general counsel of major companies—Anne Fitzgerald '90, Cineplex Entertainment; Gary G. Lynch ’75, Bank of America; R. Scott Toop ’80, Wendy’s; and Michael Treisman '00, Tiger Management. Hear about their professional paths, the issues they tackle daily, and their vision for their roles going forward. Moderated by Deborah DeMott, David F. Cavers Professor of Law, and Elisabeth de Fontenay, Associate Professor of Law.

    Sponsored by the Office of Alumni & Development.

  • This annual Symposium, sponsored by DJCIL and CICL, focuses on the emerging importance and impact of international arbitration as a venue for dispute settlement. The event brings together some of the foremost minds in the field to discuss recent developments in public and private law in the global adjudication system of the twenty-first century. Opening remarks by Ralf Michaels.

    Recorded on February 15, 2008.

    Panel titled: Customary Norms in Public & Private International Adjudicatory Systems.

  • The journal of Law & Contemporary Problems presents its day-long annual conference at the Law School, providing extensive scholarly discussion and critical analysis of Odious Debt. Panel III: "Private Domestic Law Analogies & Solutions" Featuring: Lee Buchheit, Deborah DeMott, Adam Feibelman, Melissa Jacoby, Bob Rasmussen, Chantal Thomas, and Robert Thompson

    Recorded on January 26, 2007.

    Panel titled: Private Domestic Law Analogies & Solutions.

    Conference title: Odious Debts & State Corruption (2007)

  • Professor DeMott gives the lecture "Disloyal Agents: Disputed Consequences of Breach of Fiduciary Duty." Sponsored by the Association of Law and Economics

    Recorded on March 28, 2005.

    Full title: Disloyal Agents: Disputed Consequences of Breach of Fiduciary Duty.

    Appearing: Deborah A. DeMott (David F. Cavers Professor of Law, Duke University School of Law), speaker.