July 31, 2010
Some Interesting Links
I'm on vacation. So, the best I think I can do right now is pass on some links to posts I've come across this past week that struck me as interesting and that you, dear reader (Hi, Mom!), might have missed:
Over at the HLSFOCGAFR, John Ruggie has an interesting post about the linkage between corporate and securities law and human rights.
Prof. Bainbridge has links to couple of interesting reviews: (1) Macey's Corporate Governance: Promises Kept, Promises Broken; and (2) Steven Bank's From Sword to Shield: The Transformation of the Corporate Income Tax, 1861 to Present.
Finally, the Corporate Securities Law Blog has an interesting post about a Delaware Chancery Court decision that "applied a 'unified standard' to controlling stockholder 'freeze-out' transactions that differed from the standard applied in other Chancery Court decisions, urging the Delaware Supreme Court to resolve the conflicting approaches."
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