Corporations and Other Business Enterprises: Cases and Materials
In addition to the law of corporations, this edition includes unincorporated forms of doing business such as the now popular limited liability companies, it addresses principles of agency law, federal securities law issues such as insider trading, Sarbanes-Oxley and SEC proxy rules. The casebook contains specialized treatment of closely held corporations and fiduciary requirements imposed by the courts. 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. Suitable for use in advanced courses as well.
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