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Harvey J. Goldschmid

  • Columbia University School of Law (1965), magna cum laude Columbia College, B.A. (1962), magna cum laude
  • Город: New York, USA

  • Координаты:
    The Columbia University. The Columbia Law School
    • Dwight Professor of Law
    оперативно: goldschm@law.columbia.edu

    B.A., Columbia, 1962; J.D., 1965. Articles editor, Columbia Law Review. Law clerk to Judge Paul R. Hays of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. After four years of practicing law with Debevoise & Plimpton, joined the Columbia faculty in 1970. In 1998–99, while on leave from Columbia, served as general counsel of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. As general counsel, was the chief legal officer of the Commission and received the 1999 Chairman’s Award for Excellence from the SEC. Chaired the Nominating Committee in 2000–01 and, in 1998, completed a term as treasurer and a member of the Executive Committee (board of directors) and was chair of both the Audit Committee, 1988–96, and the Committee on Securities Regulation, 1992–95; was vice president, 1985–86; was chair of the Executive Committee, 1984–85; and chair of the Committee on Antitrust and Trade Regulation, 1971–74, of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. Chair, Section on Antitrust and Economic Regulation of the Association of American Law Schools, 1976–78; chair of the board of advisors, Program on Philanthropy and the Law, NYU School of Law, 1992–94. Member, the board of directors of the National Center on Philanthropy and the Law. Founding director, Columbia University Center for Law and Economic Studies, 1975–78. Consultant on antitrust policy, the Federal Trade Commission, 1978–81 and 1997–98; member, the Federal Trade Commission Task Force on High Technology/Innovation Issues, 1995–96. Served in 1997–98 as consultant to the SEC and, during this period, was a member of the Legal Advisory Committee (and chair of its Subcommittee on Corporate Governance) of the New York Stock Exchange. Served in 2000 as special senior adviser to SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt. Served as one of the first three Public Members of the Professional Ethics Executive Committee of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Reporter (on duty of care and the business judgment rule) for the American Law Institute’s Corporate Governance Project, 1980–93; and reporter for the Second Circuit Judicial Conference Evaluation Committee, 1980–82 and 1988–89. Publications include Industrial Concentration: The New Learning (with Mann and Weston, 1974); Business Disclosure: Government’s Need to Know (1979); The Impact of the Modern Corporation (with Bock, Millstein, and Scherer, 1984); Cases and Materials on Trade Regulation (with Handler, Pitofsky, and Wood, 4th ed., 1997); and many articles on antitrust, corporate law, securities law, and legal education.

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    Основные направления научной деятельности:
    Antitrust and Trade Regulation, Seminar in Nonprofit Institutions, Corporations (covers state corporate law and federal securities regulation)

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