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About Corporate Counsel Guides: Corporation Law
Corporate law is underlined by its own set of reasoning and policy issues, and in-house counsel--particularly those with no business or economic background--need a thorough guide to the legalities of a corporation, from formation through dissolution. In 27 chapters, Corporate Counsel Guides: Corporation Law examines the key rules, regulations, and duties governing a corporation, and includes completely up-to-date information on recent Delaware and other leading decisions focused on fiduciary obligations and duties in corporate acquisitions; state and statutory developments affecting corporations, including the Dodd-Frank Act; the changing landscape of securities fraud suits in the federal courts; and insightful explanations of such news-making issues as corporate governance and director liabilities.
This book is part of ABA Publishing's Corporate Counsel Guides series, a collection of titles aimed at new in-house counsel getting acclimated to the role of a business general practitioner who needs to know a little bit about everything that might cross their desk. These books are not exhaustive treatises on each topic, but quick, easy reads that will give you a complete overview of the subject, introduce you to the most common and pressing issues, and point you toward more information when necessary.