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Cases and Materials on Corporations has long been the choice of instructors who want a rich and challenging casebook with in-depth coverage of both public and closely held corporations. Now in its seventh edition, this traditionally organized casebook continues to prove itself to be an invaluable teaching tool. Time and classroom tested and authored by...
Cases and Materials on Corporations has long been the choice of instructors who want a rich and challenging casebook with in-depth coverage of both public and closely held corporations. Now in its seventh edition, this traditionally organized casebook continues to prove itself to be an invaluable teaching tool. Time and classroom tested and authored by leading thinkers in corporate law, Cases and Materials on Corporations offers: Traditional casebook pedagogy text notes, statutory material, excerpted commentary, problems, questions, and edited cases all meticulously chosen and edited by this outstanding author team.Richness and depth a range of thoroughly developed topics allows instructors to delve into topics with as much depth as they wish.A strong introductory chapter that develops the underpinnings for the course the authors expertly delineate the significant characteristics of a corporation: limited liability, perpetual existence, free transferability, and centralized management.A framework that examines corporate responsibility the authors scrutinize corporate law in the context of the corporation's responsibilities to its own constituents and investors, as well as to society.New to the Seventh Edition:A number of new main cases that have been recently decided, includingIn re Walt Disney Co. Derivative Litigation Stone v. Ritter.Effectively used to teach generations of law students, Cases and Materials on Corporations, Seventh Edition, remains the choice for instructors who want a sophisticated, in-depth presentation of corporate law.
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