Volume 11

1986                Volume 11              Number 3

Articles

Drafting Distribution Agreements: the Unwitting Sale of Franchises and Business Opportunities
By: H. Bret Lowell & John F. Dienelt

Control of Real Estate by a Franchisor: Does the Franchisor Have an Advantage under the Bankruptcy Code?
By: Jeffrey R. Fine, Joyce G. Mazero, & John B. Weimer

Note

Purchase of Assets and Successor Liability: A Necessarily Arbitrary Limit
By: Sharon L. Cloud

Comments

Stockholder’s Rights in a Corporate Democracy under Delaware Corporation Law During Bankruptcy: Saxon Industries, Inc. v. NKFW Partners
By: Mark A. Cleaves

Weinberger to Rabkin: Fine Tuning the Doctrine of Corporate Mergers
By: Michael Phillip

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases

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1986                Volume 11              Number 2

Articles

“Pun’s Oil Sues Mexico”: a Comedy of Errors in (at Least) Four Acts
By: Gregory Gelfand

Close Corporation Law: Michigan, Delaware, and the Model Act
By: George J. Siedel

Delaware Employment Practices — a Ten Year Prospective
By: Ann H. Britton

Commentary from the Bar

The New Incarnation of the Business Judgment Rule in Takeover Defenses
By: E. Norman Veasey

Notes

Extraterritorial Application of the Sherman Act to Foreign Corporations
By: Sandra C. Hymowitz

Defensive Strategies and the Business Judgment Rule: Does Almost Anything Go in Delaware?
By: Regina A. Iorii

Comment

United States v. National Bank of Commerce: Co-Owners Suffer the “Federal Law Consequences”
By: Joanne Phillip

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases

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1986                Volume 11              Number 1

Introduction

Distinguished Lecture in Law

Articles

The State of the State of Corporation Law: 1986
By: Robert W. Hamilton

Antitrust Analysis of Mergers, Acquisitions, and Joint Ventures in the 1980s: a Pragmatic Guide to Evaluation of Legal Risks
By: Ronald W. Davis

Note

FICA—Frustration of Private Sectors Retirement Planning Initiatives
By: Theodore T. Kurlowicz

Comment

Preincorporation Contacts Are the Terms in the Minimum Contacts Formula: Rees v. Mosiac Technologies, Inc.
By: Arthur B. Keppel

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases