Business and Corporate Law Blog

Leo Strine and Nicholas Walter published a recent article, Originalist or Original: The Difficulties of Reconciling Citizens United with Corporate Law History, 91 Notre Dame L. Rev. 877 (2016). Strine is the chief justice of the Delaware supreme court and a leading corporate law jurist. The article contests Scalia's concurrence ...

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There's an interesting case that recently came down from the Third Circuit. In Lincoln Benefit Life Co. v. AEI Life, LLC, 800 F.3d 99 (3d Cir. 2015), the plaintiff insurer commenced a declaratory judgment in federal district court against two limited liability companies (LLCs), and it asserted federal diversity jurisdiction. The court was bound by ...

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Totally shameless self-promotion (part 2)  . . . .  my casebook, Corporate Finance (Aspen), has finally published.  This project has been in long gestation (since 2012). Corporate finance is a really important subject. Yet, it is not as prominently offered in the business law curriculum of law school as securities regulation. I ...

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