Volume 23

1998                Volume 23              Number 3

Articles

Privately Ordered Participatory Management: an Organizational Failures Analysis
By: Stephen M. Bainbridge 

Path Dependent Inefficiency in the Corporate Contract: the Uncertain Case with Less Certain Implications
By: Frederick W. Lambert

Director and Advisor Disinterestedness and Independence under Delaware Law
By: Grover C. Brown, Michael J. Maimone, & Joseph C. Schoell

Note

Restricting the Corporate Practice of Medicine: Subverting Erisa to Hold Managed Care Organizations Accountable for Health Care Treatment Decisions — the Texas Initiative
By: Michelle R. King

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases

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1998                Volume 23              Number 2

Articles

A New Takeover Defense Mechanism: Using an Equal Treatment Agreement As an Alternative to the Poison Pill
By: Guhan Subramanian

Gutting the Rule against Self-Settled Trusts: How the New Delaware Trust Law Competes with Offshore Trusts
By: John E. Sullivan II

Notes

“Business Curtilage” and the Fourth Amendment: Reconciling Katz with the Common Law
By: J. Richard Broughton

The Calculus of Confidentiality: Ethical and Legal Approaches to the Labyrinth of Corporate Attorney-Client Communications Via E-Mail and the Internet — from Upjohn Co. v. United States and Its Progeny to the Hand Calculus Revisited and Revised
By: Jeanne A. Di Grazio

Comment

Inter-Modal Rail: Will Erisa’s Newly Defined Welfare Benefit Noninterference Clause Curb Outsourcing?
By: Frank J. Spanitz

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases

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1998                Volume 23              Number 1

Articles

A Mature Synthesis: O’Hagan Resolves “Insider” Trading’s Most Vexing Problems
By: Joel Seligman

Universal Business Organization Legislation: Will It Happen? Why and When
By: Robert R. Keatinge

The Life and Adventures of Unocal — Part I: Moore the Marrier
By: Eric A. Chiappinelli

Expediting Proceedings in the Delaware Court of Chancery: Things of the Past?
By: Kurt M. Heyman

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases