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Notre Dame Deception Roundtable, part 4

Session 4 – Contracts and Securities Discussion Leaders: Greg Klass, Ann Lipton, Andrea Matwyshyn   Matwyshyn: there’s a duty to perform in good faith in the US, but no duty to negotiate in good faith. If you have an integration … Continue reading

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Notre Dame Deception Roundtable, part 3

Session 3 – Defamation and Speech Discussion Leaders: Amy Gajda, Rebecca Tushnet, Eric Goldman, Jessica Silbey   Silbey: Alvarez and a theory of deception as speech. The three opinions are helpfully, though perhaps erroneously, talking about bad speech in three … Continue reading

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Notre Dame Deception Roundtable, part 2

Session 2 – Privacy and Technology Discussion Leaders: Ryan Calo, Aaron Perzanowski, Woody Hartzog, Danielle Citron   Matwyshyn: attempts to create commonality/familiarity w/consumer—good feeling.  Can also be a part of having ads be artistic expression.   Ryan Calo: important role … Continue reading

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Notre Dame Deception Roundtable, part 1

Deception Roundtable Notre Dame Law School, Chicago   Session 1 – Advertising and Trademark Discussion Leaders: Bill McGeveran, Mark McKenna, Zahr Said   Mark McKenna: deception comes up in many fields, but people aren’t talking to each other/citing each other … Continue reading

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