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Author Archives: Lisa Brem
New Product: Hewlett Packard and Mark Hurd by Rachel Gibson On June 29, 2010, Hewlett Packard’s (HP’s) celebrated CEO Mark Hurd handed over to HP’s general counsel Michael Holston a troubling letter he had received barely half an hour ago. … Continue reading
New Product: From Sony to SOPA: The Technology-Content Divide by Lisa Brem and Elizabeth Moroney When the Stop Online Piracy Act was introduced in the House of Representatives in the fall of 2011, the blogosphere erupted. Tech writers predicted a … Continue reading
Case Study Spotlight: Ernest Shackleton’s Journey to the Endurance Ernest Shackleton’s first journey to the Antarctic ended in a very public failure. On his second expedition, in a race to the South Pole, Shackleton turned back within 100 miles of … Continue reading
by Rachel Gibson “I want to inspire students to start organizations and conquer the world.” – HLS Professor John Coates Professor John Coates, a regular contributor to the Case Development Initiative’s catalogue, is developing a module of three case study … Continue reading
The Program on Negotiation (PON) at Harvard Law School, a community of negotiation scholars, educators, and staff from HLS, Tufts University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is one of the world’s premier research and educational resources for negotiation theory … Continue reading
The Case Development Initiative (CDI), including Ashish Nanda, Faculty Director and Robert Braucher Professor of Practice (pictured left), Dechert Fellow Nicholas Haas (right), and Program Coordinator Rachel Gibson (center), focuses on producing cases for use in a variety of business-oriented … Continue reading
Robert Bordone, Thaddeus R. Beal Clinical Professor of Law, and Rory Van Loo, Lecturer on Law developed and co-teach Multiparty Negotiation, Group Decision Making, and Teams, an advanced negotiation workshop that enables students to participate in and conduct complex, multiparty … Continue reading
In Leadership in Law Firms, Professor Ashish Nanda helps students explore careers in law and professional service firms Professor Ashish Nanda‘s spring course, Leadership in Law Firms, uses case studies and guest speakers to help students understand how law firms … Continue reading
HLS Visiting Professor Susan Crawford taught the Information Law and Policy: Advanced Problem Solving Workshop this fall at HLS. The course combines case studies with mini lectures, classroom exercises and guest speakers to provide an interactive, participant centered experience for … Continue reading