May 11, 2011

USHA RODRIGUES ON THE PRIVATE TRADING MARKET: “When does a company get too big to stay private?” She discusses the “shadow” market that has sprung up for companies like Facebook, which have not yet gone public, but in which every legal tool of interpretation is being brought to bear by people looking to get in.  I recently heard Professor Rodrigues give a riveting talk at UVA law school on related topics.  The Conglomerate, where she and others post on business law issues, tracks these questions very well.  Things like the Skype acquisition, Facebook, and more.

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