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Judging Close Corporations In The Age Of Statutes, Ian Ayres Jan 1992

Judging Close Corporations In The Age Of Statutes, Ian Ayres

Washington University Law Review

This Article examines the interaction between courts and legislatures in developing the law that governs close corporations.


The Economic Efficiency Of Close Corporation Law: A Comment, Geoffrey P. Miller Jan 1992

The Economic Efficiency Of Close Corporation Law: A Comment, Geoffrey P. Miller

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Preemption Of Bivens Claims: How Clearly Must Congress Speak?, Betsy J. Grey Jan 1992

Preemption Of Bivens Claims: How Clearly Must Congress Speak?, Betsy J. Grey

Washington University Law Review

Part I of this Article demonstrates that the Court's approach to congressional remedial schemes has changed significantly since Bivens. Part II of the Article investigates whether this change in approach is warranted by the principle that, when filling gaps in federal legislation (i.e., creating federal common law), the Court should exercise caution because it is acting in an area primarily entrusted to Congress. In Part III, the Article contrasts the Court's approach in the Bivens line of cases to its approach in the federal-state preemption area, where the Court is faced with a similar problem of determining ...


State Competition For Close Corporation Charters: A Commentary, Roberta Romano Jan 1992

State Competition For Close Corporation Charters: A Commentary, Roberta Romano

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.