Volume 17

1992                Volume 17              Number 3

Articles

Chancellor Allen’s Jurisprudence

Chancellor Allen’s Jurisprudence and the Theory of Corporate Law
By: Stephen J. Massey

Chancellor Allen, the Business Judgment Rule, and the Shareholders’ Right to Decide
By: Dennis J. Block, Stephen A. Radin, & Michael J. Maimone

Blasius and the Democratic Paradigm in Corporate Law
By: Andrew C. Houston

Article

Corporate Voluntarism: Panecea or Plague? A Question of Horizon
By: Anthony J. Fejfar

Note

The Effect of Board Patent Scope on the Competitiveness of United States Industry
By: Rafael X. Zahralddin

Comment

Virginia Bankshares v. Sandberg: the Supreme Court Injects Federalism into the Implied Private Right of Action for Breach of Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 14A-9. A Taste of Things to Come?
By: Peter D. Santori

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases

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1992                Volume 17              Number 2

Article

The Limited Partnership Interest: Is It a Security? Changing Times
By: Conrad E.J. Everhard

Note

Environmental Disclosures and SEC Reporting Requirements
By: Risa Vetri Ferman

Comment

Procter & Gamble Co. v. Commissioner: Should Foreign Law Control U.S. Tax Liability of U.S. Shareholders?
By: Gaetano C. Lanciano

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases

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1992                Volume 17              Number 1

Memorial to Chief Justice Daniel L. Herrman

Articles

Commercial Law, Federalism, and the Future
By: Lawrence J. Bugge

Paramount: the Mixed Merits of Mush
By: Alan E. Garfield

Commentary from the Bar

1990 Developments in Delaware Corporate Law
By: Andrew J. Turezyn

Note

How Do Pennsylvania Directors Spell Relief? Act 36
By: Jeffrey L. Silberman

Comment

Craftmatic Securities Litigation: Third Circuit Abandons Privity Requirement in Seciton 12(2) Liability
By: Barbara Snapp Danberg

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases