Volume 14

1989                Volume 14              Number 3

Articles

Legal Representation in the International Securities Market: Representing a Party of Witness in an SEC or SRO Proceeding
By: Ralph C. Ferrara and J. Triplett Mackintosh

Commentary from the Bar

1988 Developments in Delaware Corporate Law
By: Andrew J. Turezyn

Note

Written Consents — a Powerful Tool in Hostile Battles for Corporate Control
By: Daniel J. DeFranceschi

Comment

CEDE & CO. v. Technicolor, Inc.: a Whole New Ball Game for Dissenting Shareholders
By: Helen M. Richard

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases

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1989                Volume 14              Number 2

Articles

Delaware’s Disclosure Rule: the “Complete Candor” Standard, Its Application, and Why Sure in Delaware
By: Donald E. Pease

Some Observations on State Regulation of Multistate Takeover — Controlling Choiceof Law Through the Commerce Clause
By: P. John Kozyris

Note

An Examination of a Board of Directors’ Duty to Redeem the Rights Issued Pursuant to a Stockholder Rights Plan
By: Ronald A. Brown, Jr.

Comment

Business Electronics Corp. v. Sharp Electronics Corp. — a New Line Is Drawn: Supreme Court Creates Distinction Between Resale Price Maintenance and Price Stabilization
By: Brian Alexander Carlis

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases

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1989                Volume 14              Number 1

Articles

What Went Wrong with Directors’ and Officers’ Liability Insurance?
By: Roberta Romano

Would Someone Please Tell Me the Definition of the Term “Seller”: the Confusion Surrounding Section 12(2) of the Securities Act of 1933
By: Joseph E. Reece

Comments

Copiat v. United States: the Grey Market Market Gets Greyer
By: Randall J. Towers

Securities and Exchange Commission and the Separation of Powers: SEC v. Blinder, Robinson & CO
By: Peter Williams

Delaware Law Digest 

Delaware Law Digest

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases