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Variations On A Theme: Corporate Law In Latin America, Continental Europe, And The United States, Ángel R. Oquendo Dec 2019

Variations On A Theme: Corporate Law In Latin America, Continental Europe, And The United States, Ángel R. Oquendo

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

The regulation of incorporated companies in Latin America and Continental Europe appears to distance itself from that in the United States. It differs in how it structures itself and handles incorporation, incorporators, piercing, governance, discipline, and shareholders. In their regulatory exertions, both regimes rely, certainly, on legislation and adjudication yet do so differently, qualitatively in addition to quantitatively.

Apparently, civil and common law continue to specialize respectively though not exclusively in statutes and binding precedents. Still, they ever more frequently intrude into each other’s apparent specialty, while leaving their own imprint on it. The tendency to converge coexists with ...


Private Codes Of Corporate Conduct: Should The Fox Guard The Henhouse?, Mark B. Baker Jul 1993

Private Codes Of Corporate Conduct: Should The Fox Guard The Henhouse?, Mark B. Baker

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

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Close Corporations And Private Companies Under American And English Law: Protecting Minorities, Stephen J. Leacock Oct 1983

Close Corporations And Private Companies Under American And English Law: Protecting Minorities, Stephen J. Leacock

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.