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Shareholder Litigation In The United States And Australia: Common Problems, Uncommon Solutions, Deborah A. Demott Jan 1987

Shareholder Litigation In The United States And Australia: Common Problems, Uncommon Solutions, Deborah A. Demott

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To what extent should decisions of companies' directors and controlling shareholders be challenged in litgation brought by disgruntled shareholders? The response in the United States tends to differ from that in Australia and Great Britain and to produce divergent legal rules for the regulation of shareholder litigation. Nonetheless, to some extent these dissimilar legal rules reflect common policy concerns created by shareholder litigation. This article begins with a brief sketch of the development of rules governing shareholder derivative suits, actions in which the shareholder sues on behalf of a company in which he owns shares alleging that the company has ...


1787: The Constitution And “The Curse Of Heaven”, Walter E. Dellinger Iii Jan 1987

1787: The Constitution And “The Curse Of Heaven”, Walter E. Dellinger Iii

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Simplifying Subpoena Law: Taking The Fifth Amendment Seriously, Robert P. Mosteller Jan 1987

Simplifying Subpoena Law: Taking The Fifth Amendment Seriously, Robert P. Mosteller

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From The Editor: Books About Statutes, Richard A. Danner Jan 1987

From The Editor: Books About Statutes, Richard A. Danner

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From The Editor: Public Access To The Law, Richard A. Danner Jan 1987

From The Editor: Public Access To The Law, Richard A. Danner

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Basics Of Business Reorganization In Bankruptcy, Steven L. Schwarcz Jan 1987

Basics Of Business Reorganization In Bankruptcy, Steven L. Schwarcz

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In this article, Steven Schwarcz offers an overview of Chapter 11 bankruptcy. In addition to beginning a Chapter 11 case, he also discusses administration of these cases and the plan of reorganization that a debtor must consider.