Volume 29

2004                Volume 29              Number 3

Articles

The Maximands of Corporate Governance: a Theory of Values and Cognitive Style
By: Amir N. Licht 

The Efficiency of Specific Performance in Stock-for-Stock Mergers
By: Jordan A. Goldstein 

Delaware, the Feds, and the Stock Exchange: Challenges to the First State As First in Corporate Law
By: Robert B. Thompson 

Comments

Is a Merger Agreement Ever Certain? The Impact of the Omnicare Decision on Deal Protection Devices
By: Justin W. Oravetz 

In re Oracle Corporation Derivative Litigation: Has a New Species of Director Independence Benn Uncovered?
By: Jeremy J. Kobeski 

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases

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2004                Volume 29              Number 2

Articles

Corporate Inversions: the Interplay of Tax, Corporate, and Economic Implications
By: Orsolya Kun

Fiduciary Duty Myths in Close Corporate Law
By: Mary Siegel 

Making Sense of Good Faith in Delaware Corporate Law: a Contractarian Approach
By: David Rosenberg 

Public Company Shareholders Acting As Owners: Three Reforms — Introducing the “Oversight Shareholder”
By: Eric M. Fogel, David I. Addis & Edward C. Harris

Comment

University of Rochester Corp. v. G.D. Searle & Co., Inc.: How to Lose Millions in Patent Royalties
By: Rakesh H. Mehta 

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases

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2004                Volume 29              Number 1

Articles 

The Non-Merger Virtual Merger: Is Corporate Law Ready for Virtual Reality?
By: Stuart R. Cohn 

Observations on the Need to Redesign Organizations and to Refocus Corporation Law to Promote Ethical Behavior and Discourage Illegal Conduct
By: William ArthurWines & J. Brooke Hamilton III 

The Unified Business Organizations Code: the Next Generation
By: Harry J. Haynsworth 

“Good Fatih” and the Ability of Directors to Assert Section 102(b)(7) of the Delaware  General Corporation Law as a Defense to Claims Alleging Abdication, Lack of Oversight, and Similar Breaches of Fiduciary Duty
By: John L. Reed & Matt Neiderman

Note

Indemnification in Delaware: Balancing Policy Goals and Liabilities
By: Karl E. Stauss 

Comment

MM Companies Inc. v. Liquid Audio, Inc.: Determination of the Review Standard When Directors’ Defensive Measure Impedes Shareholders’ Right to Vote
By: Shaunna L. Wollpert

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases