Corporations and other business associations: cases and materials

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Aspen Law & Business, 1999 - Business & Economics - 1233 pages
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With this extensive revision of their well-regarded casebook, authors O'Kelley and Thompson respond To The many changes in the world of business. Retaining its balance of legal theory, enlightening cases, and widely praised problems, CORPORATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS, Third Edition, incorporates new material and analyzes important developments in the field. If you haven't already adopted this intelligent and straightforward casebook, you'll be pleased to discover its: real-life focus on: close corporations, mergers/changes in control, And The relationship between corporations and outsiders skillful blend of theory, cases, and problems carefully edited and thoughtfully selected classic and contemporary cases generous number of excellent problems ranked among the best for clarity and effectiveness sophisticated - but not intimidating-writing style flexible organization which makes it easily adaptable to various teaching methods New material in CORPORATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS, Third Edition, includes: discussion and problems on the 'hot' new business entities: LLPs and LLCs expanded treatment of agency law new hyp othetical problems that develop and build within a chapter more emphasis on the applications of theory, presented in a more accessible style an updated Teacher's Manual If you want to expose your students To The realities of business today, this powerful set of teaching tools is an ideal choice. Check out authors' web site:

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Economic and Legal Aspects of the Firm
The Sole Proprietorship and the Law of Agency
Role of Boards of Directors

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About the author (1999)

O'Kelley is M.E. Kilpatrick Professor of Law, University of Georgia School of Law.

Thompson is New York Alumni Chancellor's Chair in Law at Vanderbilt University Law School.

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