Business Judgment Rule: Fiduciary Duties of Corporate Directors, Sixth Edition Business Judgment Rule: Fiduciary Duties of Corporate Directors, Sixth Edition
by Stephen A. Radin

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The new recently expanded Sixth Edition of The Business Judgment Rule: Fiduciary Duties of Corporate Directors explores the latest developments in the law in Delaware and all other jurisdictions that have addressed business judgment rule and related corporate governance issues, as well as the most recent cases exploring the breadth and limits of the business judgment rule.

Meticulously researched and expertly analyzed by Stephen A. Radin, partner at Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP, and one of the most respected and experienced practitioners in the field, this highly regarded text is an invaluable research tool. The author seamlessly combines cases, statutory provisions and commentary to help you make sense of the constantly changing body of law, even as the courts struggle to adapt the rule in new contexts.

The Business Judgment Rule: Fiduciary Duties of Corporate Directors, now recently updated and expanded from two to four volumes, provides the timely authoritative guidance you need.

The Business Judgment Rule, Sixth Edition spotlights such vital areas as—

  • duty of care issues
  • duty of loyalty issues
  • disinterestedness and independence issues
  • the emerging good faith doctrine
  • oversight and the Caremark doctrine
  • compensation
  • stock option backdating
  • controlling shareholder transactions
  • special committees
  • disclosure obligations
  • appraisal
  • financially troubled companies and the zone of insolvency
  • defensive measures
  • deal protection measures
  • shareholder derivative litigation
  • the pre-litigation demand requirement
  • Section 220 demands
  • indemnification of directors and officers

The Business Judgment Rule: Fiduciary Duties of Corporate Directors, Sixth Edition is a powerful legal tool. It’s the most complete, most current, most practical guide in the corporate governance arena available to working professionals today.

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