Corporations and Other Business Enterprises: Cases and Materials
This law school casebook is designed for use in a variety of corporations and business organizations courses. The unabridged edition contains material that makes it suitable for use in advanced courses as well. In addition to the law of corporations, it includes unincorporated forms of doing business, federal securities law issues, and specialized treatment of closely held corporations. Coverage also includes the role of corporate lawyers, mergers and acquisitions, and an introduction to corporate finance. The casebook includes references to the Model Business Corporation Act and applicable Delaware corporate law.
48 pages matching limited liability partnership in this book
Results 1-3 of 48
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Business AssociationsBackground and History
Partnerships and Limited Liability AssociationsA First Look
Agency and Partnerships
78 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
action agency agent alleged amended approval assets authority Bank board of directors breach business judgment business judgment rule by-laws capital Cargill certificate charter claim Class close corporation common stock company's conduct contract Corp Corporation Law corporation's creditors cumulative voting decision defendant Delaware Deutsche Bank dividends election employees enterprise entity Exchange executive F.Supp fact fiduciary duty filed firm Gorkom held holders incorporation interest investment investors issue lawyers limited liability company limited liability partnership limited partner limited partnership loan majority market makers meeting ment merger Model Bus Nasdaq offer officers operating agreement opportunity option owners ownership participation parties payment plaintiff president Pritzker profits proposal proxy statement purchase purpose reasonable Rodd rule S.Ct Section securities sell September 20 shareholders shares statute stockholders tion trading Trans Union transaction trial court voting trust Warren