Although the vast majority of law students take a corporations or basic business organizations course, there are surprisingly few attempts to systematically organize the most important doctrine and theories covered. Of the few books that track the basic business law course, even fewer still are of recent vintage. This book attempts to fill those lacunas by giving the reader a sense of the theory and history of business law along with providing a thorough review of doctrine.
Mastering Corporations and Other Business Entities is intended to reach students in the basic Corporations or Business Organizations courses. This concise book attempts to make the core coverage of these courses—agency principles, partnership law, fiduciary duties, securities fraud, and changes in corporate control—as easy and straightforward as possible.
Additionally, this book would be a useful resource to students in related law school courses, such as Agency and Partnership, Closely-Held Firms, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Securities Regulation. Mastering Corporations and Other Business Entities may also be helpful to both the graduate student in business administration who is enrolled in a basic business law course and the newly-minted corporate attorney who wants a refresher text.
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