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Author: Robert W. Hamilton
ISBN: 0314098747
Subcategory: Business
Pages 624 pages
Publisher West Group; 4th edition (July 1996)
Language English
Category: Law
Rating: 4.7
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eBook The Law of Corporations in a Nutshell (Nutshell Series) download

by Robert W. Hamilton


This publication explains all the nuts and bolts about The law of Corporations and is a companion really to the textbook/casebook by the same author.

This publication explains all the nuts and bolts about The law of Corporations and is a companion really to the textbook/casebook by the same author. That's why it was recommended by out law professor as a supplement to the casebook.

Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase. This publication explains all the nuts and bolts about The law of Corporations and is a companion really to the textbook/casebook by the same author. I bought this book to use in studying for my corporate law class, and it has been incredibly helpful so far! I wish it had a few more cases in it that we discuss in class, but this book does a great job. It's making outlining 10 times easier.

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The Corporation in Perspective; Unincorporated Business Forms; Formation of Corporations; Limited Role of Ultra Vires; Preincorporation Transactions; Piercing the Corporate Veil and Related Problems; Financing the Corporation; Distribution of Powers Within a Corporation; Special Problems; Shares and Shareholders; Directors; Officers; Closely Held Corporation; Publicly Held Corporation; Duties of Directors, Shareholders and Officers; Indemnification and Insurance; Shareholder's Suits; Class Action Suits; Dividends, Distributions and Redemptions; Inspection of Books and Records; Organic Changes; Amendments, Mergers and Dissolution.
Vivaral
First, let me preface by saying that business law is not my favorite. I didn't like the class (no fault of the professor) and really hated reading the casebook. This book helped me get through corporations section of my business enterprises class. It explained key cases in a succinct manner and in lay man's terms. Not sure how accessible this would be to someone without some background in law, but it is useful to a law student.
KiddenDan
This publication explains all the nuts and bolts about The law of Corporations and is a companion really to the textbook/casebook by the same author. That's why it was recommended by out law professor as a supplement to the casebook.
Vut
I'll use mine as a reference on a regular basis. Nutshells are hard to beat, well written, concise. How wonderful can a 'technical' manual be? It's about as good as it gets in non-fiction.
Bragis
I bought this book to use in studying for my corporate law class, and it has been incredibly helpful so far! I wish it had a few more cases in it that we discuss in class, but this book does a great job. It's making outlining 10 times easier.
anonymous
As expected, thank you.
BroWelm
Great nutshell that helped me.
Hi_Jacker
This is a very good primer on the subject. Highly recommend for going from 0 to 35mph on the subject fairly quickly and painlessly.
Great way to understand the law without all the fluff of the bigger books.