American Bar Association Section of Litigation's consolidated comments to the American Law Institute Project on "Principles of Corporate Governance : analysis and recommendations"
William F. Kennedy, Bayless Manning, American Bar Association. Section of Business Law. Committee on Corporate Counsel, David S. Ruder
The Section, 1984 - Law - 331 pages
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SUMMARY OUTLINE OF CONSOLIDATED COMMENTS
PART 1 DEFINITIONS
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