The Delaware Law of Corporations & Business Organizations The Delaware Law of Corporations & Business Organizations
by Jesse A. Finkelstein, R. Franklin Balotti


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Updated with the latest legal and court developments, this time-honored resource takes you step by step through all aspects of establishing and operating organizations incorporated in Delaware. Comprehensive in scope, and authoritative in content, its timely coverage presents:

  • Full discussions of legal precedents as interpreted by the Delaware courts - from decisions defining the roles of directors in mergers and acquisitions to emerging doctrines applicable to unsolicited takeovers, new valuation standards and more
  • The complete statutory framework underlying Delaware corporate law and business organizations, including the newest 2007 amendments to the General Corporation Law
  • Practical strategies to resolve legal issues and accomplish corporation transactions
  • More than 100 model forms to help resolve any problem or complete any purpose related to the establishment or operation of a Delaware business entity
  • Discussion of developments in corporate governance and director and officer liability issues

Also included is the Statutory Deskbook 2008 Edition, which contains the complete text with all the 2007 amendments of the principal Delaware business organizations statutes, including:

  • The Delaware General Corporation Law
  • Limited Liability Company Act
  • Statutory Trust Statute
  • Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act
  • Related provisions of the State of Delaware Constitution, Franchise Tax Law, and Code.

The included CD-ROM is an electronic version of the Statutory Deskbook which will help cut hours off your research time.

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