Gilbert Law Summaries on Corporations

October 12, 2015 - Comment

This outline discusses consideration, mutual assent, defenses, third-party beneficiaries, and assignment of rights and delgation of duties. It also covers conditions, substantial performance, material v. minor breach, anticipatory breach, impossibility, discharge, and remedies. Covers formalities, De Jure v. De Facto, promoters, corporate powers, ultra vires transactions, powers, duties, and liabilities of officers and directors, and

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This outline discusses consideration, mutual assent, defenses, third-party beneficiaries, and assignment of rights and delgation of duties. It also covers conditions, substantial performance, material v. minor breach, anticipatory breach, impossibility, discharge, and remedies. Covers formalities, De Jure v. De Facto, promoters, corporate powers, ultra vires transactions, powers, duties, and liabilities of officers and directors, and allocation of power between directors and shareholders. It also discusses conflicts of interest in corporate transactions, close corporations, insider trading, Rule 10b-5 and Section 16(b), and shareholders’ voting rights. Also includes shareholders’ right to inspect records, shareholders’ suits, capitalization, dividends, redemption of shares, fundamental changes in corporate structure, and applicable conflict of laws principles.

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Jamie Jeffords says:

Decent Study Aid This is a very comprehensive guide to corporations, whixh deals with all the legal aspects of organizing, maintaiing, and regulating a corporation, including that elusive “piercing the corporate veil” concept. However, if you are using this for a business law exam study aid, you will need to supplement it. There is nary a word in it regarding agency or partnership, which any comprehensive business law survey course will most certainly touch on. If it had, I would have given it five…

Loucas G. Moraris says:

Great guide for the “Corporations” section in your Business Org Class The other reviewer did not know about Gilber’s Agency book that you would have to use in order to have a complete guide in understanding Business Org. I gave it a 5 star to help with the rating due to the other reviewer’s failure do the extra amazon.com reseach in finding the other Gilbert (Agency) book. All in all, Gilbert did a great job of helping law students understand Business Org in all of its complexity.

LeAnne says:

Law school had to get it for a law class, though this class is not my favorite I am learning a lot. Amazon is a great place to buy your school books!

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