Roy Shapira is a legal scholar who focuses on the interactions between regulation, reputation, and litigation. His book on the topic, Law and Reputation, just came out with Cambridge University Press. Shapira received his LLM and SJD degrees from Harvard Law School, and he is currently an associate professor at the IDC Law School.
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