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News@Law, 10/23/2017

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The Guardian
The NFL protests are being diluted. Here’s how players can change that
An op-ed by Chiraag Bains. NFL players who have been protesting racism and police violence are under attack. Earlier this month, vice-president Mike Pence made a show of leaving a Colts-49ers game when twenty San Francisco players kneeled during the national anthem. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has threatened to bench any player who does not stand. Some fans have booed or burned jerseys. More important than the risk of being benched or booed, however, is the hijacking of the players’ message. Donald Trump has been the hijacker-in-chief. He has insisted that the protests disrespect the flag, the military, and “everything that we stand for.”
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The Washington Post
Episode 9 of the Constitutional podcast: ‘Fair punishment’ (audio)
...In the ninth episode of The Washington's Post "Constitutional" podcast, we explore the prison's origins and the pivotal court case, Gates v. Collier, in which Haber brought to light the constitutional violations that permeated Parchman Farm. This episode features the voices of Haber; Ron Sullivan, a professor at Harvard Law School and director of the Criminal Justice Institute; and David Oshinsky, author of “Worse Than Slavery” and a professor at New York University.
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The Wall Street Journal
Efficient Markets Need Guys Like Me
The largest proxy battle in U.S. history ended last week in a near tie, leaving Procter & Gamble without the clear support of its shareholders and activist shareholder Nelson Peltz without a board seat...The canard that activist shareholders promote short-term gains at the expense of long-term value has been utterly demolished by academic research. Harvard’s Lucian Bebchuk examined more than 2,000 activist events spanning 13 years and found that these interventions resulted in a 6% rise in stock prices on average and that targeted companies managed to hold on to these gains, above their benchmarks, over a five-year period.
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The Harvard Crimson
Chinese Billionaire Talks Entrepreneurship, Expeditions, and Education
Chinese billionaire Wang Shi visited Harvard over the weekend, delivering a sold-out lecture in Mandarin Chinese about his experiences in business and academia...Qingnan Xie, a visiting fellow at the Law School, said in Chinese that she has long been familiar with Wang as “one of the Chinese business celebrities” and came to the event because of her interest in his entrepreneurial achievements. “I am doing research on innovations in Chinese academia. Vanke represents a wave of newly-rising businesses based on accumulation of capital, and the real estate business is super lucrative in China. I also want to see what his expectations are of the Chinese market,” she said.
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The Harvard Crimson
At Harvard, Sean Spicer Meets Students and Sits In on Class
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer spent three low-profile days on campus last week as part of his visiting fellowship at the Institute of Politics. Spicer attended several off-the-record meals with students, including a lunch on a political communications and a “Director’s dinner,” according to Jason Ge ’18 and Emily M. Hall ’18, co-chairs of the IOP Fellows and Study Groups Program. He also visited several classes, including a freshman seminar, and met with faculty and students from the College, Kennedy School, Business School, and Law School...Jeannette P. Leopold [`18], co-president of the Harvard Law School Republicans, attended a breakfast discussion with Spicer. “I thought it was really great that we had the opportunity to meet someone who’s been so influential,” she said.
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