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Do Harvard and the SEC Both Have Free Speech Rights?

Traders Magazine Online News, January 9, 2015

Noah Feldman

A sitting member of the SEC co-writes an article accusing Harvard University of violating securities laws -- because, the article claims, a professorís biased research has been used to argue for eliminating staggered corporate board terms. Now, the question of free speech has been raised for both the University and the regulator.

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