Hornbook series. Study aids (West Academic Publishing)
"This hornbook is an updated adaptation of Cox & Hazen on Corporations (Practitioner's Edition 3d ed. 2010)"--Preface.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Forms of business association: definitions and distinctions The evolution of corporations in England and America The incorporation process The scope of the authorized business and duties to other constituencies The promotion of the corporation Defective formation of corporations and revival of existence The separate corporate entity: privilege and its limitations Powers of officers and agents: tort and criminal liability of corporations Functions and powers of directors Directors' and officers' duties of care and loyalty Fiduciary duties for executive compensation, corporate opportunities, and controlling stockholders Obligations arising out of transactions in shares Rights and powers of shareholders: inspection rights, voting, and proxies Closely held entities The derivative suit Issuance of shares Liability for watered, bonus, and underpaid shares Capital structure, preferences, and classes of securities Accounting statements and dividend law Dividend distributions: rights, restrictions, and liabilities Repurchases, redemptions and the reduction of capital Corporate combinations Equitable limits on acquisitions and defensive maneuvers Federal and state takeover laws Amendments to the corporate charter Voluntary dissolution, administrative dissolution, and winding up.
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Revision of: Cox, James D., 1943- Business organizations law. Fourth edition. St. Paul, MN : West Academic Publishing,