2 edition of Law of Corporate Groups, Statutory Law-Specific found in the catalog.
Law of Corporate Groups, Statutory Law-Specific
Phillip I. Blumberg
by Aspen Publishers
Written in English
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Law of Corporate Groups: Problems of Parent and Subsidiary Corporations Under Statutory Law Specifically Applying Enterprise Principles [Phillip I. Blumberg, Kurt A. Strasser] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Under enterprise law, the courts apply principles, resting on the business or enterprise as a whole and treating the group for selected legal purposes as a single, integrated business.
Thus, the new jurisprudence centers on the enterprise, rather than, as in the past, on each separate corporate fragment of the : Eric J.
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Law of Corporate Group Problems of State Statutory Law (The law of corporate groups)Author: Phillip I. Blumberg. Explains the doctrine and policies behind corporate law very well. The big problem is that no Statutory Law-Specific book has updated it to include the Revlon line of cases. For everything else, I thought it was solid and helped give good reasons to decide close cases.4/4(2).
Statutory Supplement to The Law of Business Statutory Law-Specific book, Cases, Materials, and Problems (American Casebook Series). The law of corporate groups: problems of parent and subsidiary corporations under state statutory law.
Individual person carrying on business without having registered a single member company. The individual’s dealings will be governed by the general law of tort, contract, trust etc.
No more to say. Partnership: Two or more people carrying on business together and not registering a company. Corporate Law Adviser: Corporate Law Advisers,Metro View Apt., Sec Pocket B, Dwarka, New Delhi 4.
Company Law Journal: Company Law Journal (India) Pvt. Ltd., 53/15, Old Rajinder Nagar, Post Box No. New Delhi Note: The latest edition of all the books referred to above should be read. a question of law. (b) Duties of Promoters In the 19th century, it was common for promoters to sell their own property to a newly formed company at an inflated price, or to acquire assets for the company and receive a commission from the seller.
The courts then began to impose a fiduciary duty on promoters similar to that imposed on Size: KB. The law of corporate groups: problems of parent and subsidiary corporations under statutory law of general application.
The organic structure of the enabling statutory law The judge-made fiduciary duty law as it applies to the conduct of directors The norms of everyday functioning of the board and management The aspirations to achieve best practices at the board level In April the Business Sector Advisory Group made its report to the OrganizationFile Size: 67KB.
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LAW OF CORPORATE GROUPS Problems of Parent and Subsidiary Corporations Under Statutory Law of General Application. Boston: Little Brown & Co Law & Business, First Edition; First Printing.
Hardcover. Item # ISBN: Near Fine in red cloth. ; Laid in is a full page written and signed by Phillip I. Blumberg. ; X X Book Edition: First Edition; First Printing.
Groups of Companies - A Comparative Study on the Economics, Law and Regulation of Corporate Groups This article is to be published as ch. II 26 Groups of Companies in Jeffrey Gordon/Georg Ringe, eds., Oxford Handbook of Corporate Law Cited by: 1.
PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS LAW Contents Study Unit Title Page Syllabus i 1 Nature and Sources of Law 1 Nature of Law 3 Historical Origins 6 Sources of Law 9 The European Community and UK Law: An Overview 13 2 Common Law, Equity and Statute Law 23 Custom 25 Case Law 26 Nature of Equity 32 Application of Principles of Equity Law of Corporate Groups, Statutory Law-Specific by Phillip I.
Blumberg 1 edition - first published in Books shelved as corporate-governance: Corporate Governance by Christine A. Mallin, Inside the Boardroom: How Boards Really Work and the Coming Revolutio. Written by the current professor of Commercial Law at Makerere University, this book provides the first comprehensive discussion on company law in Uganda.
He considers the nature and implications of incorperations, formation and company promotion, Memorandum and Articles of Association and their significance. It discusses corporate finance through the allotment of shares and analyses 5/5(1).The Law of Corporate Groups: Procedural Problems in the Law of Parent and Subsidiary Corporations, in.shareholder of multiple, separately incorporated operating.
subsidiaries (or layers of subsidiaries) in a corporate group. One particular application of the law of corporate groups entails. dealing with the ramifications of subsidiary insolvency.