Podcast

Briefly 2.6 – #MeToo and Corporate Law

Today on Briefly we’re discussing the increasingly important intersection of the #MeToo movement and corporate law. What do corporations do in response to sexual assault allegations? Do corporate actions downplay the victim’s struggle, or do they play an important role in shaping society when politics doesn’t work?
We spoke to two scholars, Daniel Hemel, a professor at the University of Chicago Law School, and Dorothy Lund, a professor at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law. Together, Hemel and Lund wrote a Coase-Sandor Working Paper titled “Sexual Harassment and Corporate Law.” The paper is available here: columbialawreview.org/content/sexual…corporate-law/
This episode was produced by David Sandefer. Follow us on Twitter @uchilrev. Check out our blog at lawreviewblog.uchicago.edu
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