In the News
- Cleveland Plain Dealer
Washington and Lee law professor Lyman Johnson comments in a Cleveland Plain Dealer article examining A. Schulman's 855 million hostile takeover bid for Ferro Corp.
- Richmond Times Dispatch
In a Richmond Times-Dispatch op/ed, Washington and Lee law professor Lyman Johnson discusses the "Powell Memorandum," a stirring defense of the free enterprise system that Powell wrote 40 years ago before he was appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
- Bloomberg News
Washington and Lee law professor Lyman Johnson is quoted in a Bloomberg News report on the tough questions Warren Buffet is likely to face about David Sokol at the annual meetings of Berkshire Hathaway.
Washington and Lee law professor Lyman Johnson commented in a Reuters article on the selection of Goldman Sachs executive Eileen Rominger to lead the SEC's division of investment management.
Law School News about Professor Johnson
- W&L Law Profs Involved in Landmark Mine Company Dissolution Case
Washington and Lee law professors John Craddock, Michele Burke and Lyman Johnson were part of a historic legal decision involving the dissolution of a mine holding company.
- W&L Law Professor Named Founding Member of AALS Transactional Law Section
Prof. Lyman Johnson will serve as a founding Executive Committee member of the new AALS section on Transactional Law and Skills.
- W&L Law Professor Lyman Johnson Advises on New Online Exhibit Exploring Financial Regulation
The new virtual exhibit tracing more than 200 years of the U.S. financial industry's efforts to regulate itself went online Dec. 1 at www.sechistorical.org.
- Law Professor Files Supreme Court Amicus Brief in Medical Disclosure Case
An amicus brief co-authored by Washington and Lee University School of Law Professor Lyman Johnson was filed with the U.S. Supreme Court on November 12 in the case Matrixx v. Siracusano.
- Law Professor Files Supreme Court Amicus Brief
Washington and Lee University School of Law Prof. Lyman Johnson filed in October an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in the case Merck and Co. v. Reynolds.