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Caremark's Hidden Promise, Ezra Wasserman Mitchell Jan 2018

Caremark's Hidden Promise, Ezra Wasserman Mitchell

Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review

In re Caremark, decided in 1996, established for the first time a director’s duty to monitor under Delaware law. A significant amount of jurisprudence and commentary has developed. Almost all of this literature parses the language of the case and those following, and disregards the underlying claims for damages. As a result of this linguistic focus, many have concluded that the duty to monitor largely is toothless and, importantly, deals only with claims of failure to monitor legal risk. A duty to monitor business risk has been disavowed.

Following the money reveals a different story. Classifying the cases according to …


Egg Donation: Whether A Woman Has A Property Right In Her Own Egg And How Donors Should Be Taxed, Richard Gano Jan 2017

Egg Donation: Whether A Woman Has A Property Right In Her Own Egg And How Donors Should Be Taxed, Richard Gano

Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review

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