Foundations of Anglo-American Corporate Fiduciary Law

Foundations of Anglo-American Corporate Fiduciary Law

Kershaw, David (London School of Economics and Political Science)

Cambridge University Press

07/2018

488

Dura

Inglês

9781107092334

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Explores the foundations and evolution of corporate fiduciary law in the United States and the United Kingdom.
Introduction: corporate legal ideas; Part I. Business Judgment and The Idea of Honesty in the Exercise of Delegated Power: 1. Business judgments: origins; 2. Business judgments in UK corporate law; 3. The foundations of the business judgement rule in the United States; 4. The modern Delaware business judgement rule; Part II. The Duty of Care and The Ideas of Reward and Undertaking: 5. Origins: between laxity and terror in bailment and trusts law; 6. The origins of the director's duty of care in the United States; 7. The Delaware duty of care: fragments of jurisprudence; 8. The director's duty of care in the United Kingdom; Part III. Self-Dealing and The Idea of the Corporation: 9. Conceptions of the corporation; 10. The United Kingdom: contracting out of the common law; 11. The United States: the paths to fairness review; Part IV. Connected Assets and The Idea of Property: 12. Regulating connected assets in the United Kingdom; 13. Regulating connected assets in the United States; 14. Explaining divergent evolution in connected assets law.
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