The Disclosure Crisis
Mandatory disclosure is a popular form of regulation. From privacy to healthcare, politics to “payola,” laws requiring disclosure have proliferated in recent decades. This symposium features panel discussions by top scholars and practitioners on why we love—or love to hate—disclosure, why it seems to never work, and what solutions exist.
The Washington Law Review extends a special thank you our sponsor and participants:
Attorney Jenny Durkan
Recordings of the Symposium’s panels and keynote address will be available on this page in April 2013. The Washington Law Review will be publishing its annual Symposium Issue, featuring articles by Richard Craswell, Woodrow Hartzog, Jeremy Sheff, Zahr Said, and Ronald Collins and Lisa Lerman (co-authors), in June 2013.