Widener University School of Law is pleased to announce that Guhan Subramanian, the Joseph Flom Professor of Law & Business at Harvard Law School, will deliver the 2013 annual Francis G. Pileggi Distinguished Lecture in Law.
Subramanian will give his lecture, “Delaware’s Choice,” on Friday, Nov. 22
in the du Barry room of the Hotel du Pont
at 11th and Market Streets in Wilmington
. He will then give an encore version to students on Widener’s Delaware campus at 11 a.m.
in Polishook Hall room 203
Subramanian, who also serves as the Douglas Weaver Professor of Business Law at Harvard Business School, is expected to discuss Delaware’s antitakeover statute, its constitutionality and the merits of amending it to strengthen it against a possible legal challenge.
Subramanian is the first person in the history of Harvard University to hold tenured appointments to both the law school and the business school. His research explores topics in corporate governance and negotiations, and he has published articles in the Stanford Law Review, the Yale Law Journal, the Harvard Business Review and the Harvard Law Review. His work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times and The American Lawyer. His book “Dealmaking: The New Strategy of Negotiauctions” has been translated into five other languages. Prior to joining the Harvard faculty he spent three years at McKinsey & Company.
The annual Pileggi lecture is presented by Widener Law and the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law
. The series has attracted many renowned speakers in the area of corporate law since the first Pileggi lecture in 1986. This year’s program has been approved in Delaware for one continuing legal education credit (no ethics) and in Pennsylvania for one substantive continuing legal education credit (no ethics).
There is no cost to attend the breakfast or lecture. The event is made possible by the generosity of Francis G. Pileggi Esq., a founding attorney of Pileggi & Pileggi and father of Widener Law alumnus Francis G.X. Pileggi Esq., who conceived of the idea through a desire to create a corporate law forum for practitioners, judges and academics.
Those interested in attending the breakfast should call 302.477.2014 or email Rose Callahan at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Seating is limited.