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Author: Phillip I. Blumberg
ISBN: 0316102261
Subcategory: Business
Pages 878 pages
Publisher Aspen Law & Business; 2006 edition (June 1, 1997)
Language English
Category: Law
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by Phillip I. Blumberg


Law of Corporate Groups book.

Law of Corporate Groups book. Blumberg provides expert, practical analysis of the statutes - and their application - in such areas as: Public utilities, banking, and Savings and Loan Associations following federal models - Insurance Alcoholic beverages and gambling - The vital topic of professional responsibility in the representation of affiliated corporations is also covered here. Now, Blumberg's ground-breaking analysis of the law of corporate groups (or "enterprise" law) brings current trends in business law into sharp focus, with detailed examination of thousands of cases. Here is the only source that Traditional corporation law (or "entity" law) no longer covers the challenges presented by today's multinational corporate integration and control. by Phillip I. Blumberg.

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Problems of Parent and Subsidiary Corporations Under State Statutory Law. ISBN 13: 9780316102261. Publication Date: 6/1/1997.

Law of Corporate Groups: Problems of Parent and Subsidiary Corporations Under Statutory Law of General Application. Law of Corporate Groups: Problems of Parent and Subsidiary Corporations Under Statutory Law of General Application. The Multinational Challenge to Corporation Law ) Author: Dean and Professor of Law and Business Phillip I Blumberg Oct-1996.

Traditional corporation law and "piercing the veil" no longer provide adequate guides to the law of parent and subsidiary . Blumberg, Philip and Strasser, Kurt A. and Georgakopoulos, Nicholas L. and Gouvin, Eric Joseph, Blumberg on Corporate Groups (December 21, 2005).

Traditional corporation law and "piercing the veil" no longer provide adequate guides to the law of parent and subsidiary corporations. In numerous areas, courts and legislatures are today allocating legal rights and liabilities according to modern enterprise principles.

Blumberg, P. (1990), The Law of Corporate Groups, Problems of Parent and Subsidiary Corporations under Statutory Law of General Appreciation, London, Oxford University Press, p. 9-21. Bridgeford, A. (1997), Legal Opinions in Liability and Debt for Holding Company, London, Sweet & Maxwell, p. 4-76. Sumario: The corporate group as an economic and legal phenomenon - On the nature of corporate groups: the principles of corporate autonomy and corporate control - Intragroup liability in comparative law. View.

Resolution of the problems presented by conflicting national regulation of multinational enterprises presents a major challenge to international law and foreign relations law, as.Common terms and phrases.

It concludes with a pathbreaking analysis of the jurisprudential implications of the changing corporate personality in enterprise law focusing on economic organization rather than on the conceptualized legal entity of yesterday.

Phillip I. Blumberg is the country's leading scholar concerned with the legal problems of multinational corporations . Eric J. Gouvin is Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law at Western New England College School of Law in Springfield, Massachusetts. Blumberg is the country's leading scholar concerned with the legal problems of multinational corporations and corporate groups. He is the Dean and Professor of Law and Business, Emeritus, The University of Connecticut School of Law. Kurt A. Strasser is the Phillip I. Blumberg Professor of Law at The University of Connecticut Law School.

Every corporate lawyer must deal with state statutory issues, and this is the source to turn to for information and guidance. Blumberg provides expert, practical analysis of the statutes - and their application - in such areas as:

* Public utilities, banking, and Savings and Loan Associations following federal models * Insurance * Alcoholic beverages and gambling * The vital topic of professional responsibility in the representation of affiliated corporations is also covered here.