Author Archives: Akshay Verma

Case Studies Greatest Hits of 2015

As the year comes to a close, here’s a look at our greatest hits of 2015. Have you downloaded our top cases and role plays yet? Top New Cases of 2015: Algorithmic Allegories (version 1.0) A workshop-based case study about … Continue reading

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Putting RBC Capital In Context

The following blogpost is from one of the authors of the HLS teaching case study, Barclays Capital and the Sale of Del Monte Foods, on a recent court ruling related to the case. Putting RBC Capital In Context By John C. … Continue reading

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Reforming Partner Compensation at Mattos Filho

The Case Development Initiative (CDI) at Harvard Law School recently debuted a new case study on the HLS Case Studies website. CDI is a program that develops role plays and case studies based on strategic and organizational issues faced by … Continue reading

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The Future of Digital Intellectual Property

In today’s highly digitized world, tens of thousands of new mobile apps, websites, and softwares are released daily. While we enjoy an almost incomprehensible amount of creative and innovative material in the digital space, this proliferation perpetuates questions of the … Continue reading

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Sexual Assault on Campus: The Problem and the Policy

Women have outnumbered men at U.S. colleges since the 1990s; unfortunately they also outnumber men in another unsettling statistic. An astonishing one in four undergraduate college women are sexually assaulted during their college career, as reported by the latest survey … Continue reading

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Keeping Conflict at Bay

“Golden Gate Symphony Orchestra,” a newly released, multi-party role play case by Scott K. Dasovitch under the direction of Professor Robert C. Bordone, explores the various challenges that a renowned symphony orchestra faces during a complex time of negotiations. Although the orchestra … Continue reading

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