This law school casebook makes the study of corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships and other forms of business structures understandable and interesting to all students. The book makes the students aware of the business context in which these difficult concepts arise. While all of the classic corporations cases are included, the book also covers Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) and other forms of business structures. Emphasis is placed on the legal issues in starting and growing a business than in representing a Fortune 500 Company.
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