Volume 30

2005                Volume 30              Number 3

Articles

The Delaware Way: How We Do Corporate Law and Some of the New Challenges We (and Europe) Face
By: Leo E. Strine, Jr.

The Real Difference in Corporate Law between the United States and Continential Europe: Distribution Powers
By: Sofie Cools

The Cyclical Transformations of the Corporate Form: a Historical Perspective on Corporate Social Responsibility
By: Reuven S. Avi-Yonah

Banks Reign Supreme under Revised Article 9 Deposit Account Rules
By: Willa E. Gibson

Notes

KP Permanent Make-Up, Inc. v. Lasting Impression I, Inc.: an Analysis of the Fair Use Defense
By: Christopher D. Olszyk, Jr.

To Tax or Not to Tax: Should Contingent Attorneys’ Fees Be Included in the Successful Litigant’s Gross Income?
By: Kenneth R. Pyle

Comment

Experimental Use Exceptions: Changes in Research Tool Patent Protection in the United States and a Comparison to Japan
By: Richard Jahn

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases

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2005                Volume 30              Number 2

Memorial to Professor Donald E. Pease
By: Eugene L. Grimm & Linda J. Flaharty

Articles

The Duty of Finest Loyalty and Reasonable Decisions: the Business Judgment Rule in Unincorporated Business Organizations?
By: Elizabeth S. Miller & Thomas E. Rutledge

Mapping Delaware’s Elusive Divide: Clarification and Further Movement Toward a Merits-Based Analysis for Distinguishing Derivative and Direct Claims in Agostino v. Hicks and Tooley v. Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, Inc.
By: Richard Montgomery Donaldson

The Economics of Delaware Fair Value
By: Brett A. Margolin & Samuel J. Kursh

Going-Private Transactions: a Practitioner’s Guide
By: Michael J. McGuinness & Timo Rehboc

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases

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2005                Volume 30              Number 1

Articles

The Unique Benefits of Treating Personal Goodwill as Property in Corporate Acquisitions
By: Darian M. Ibrahim

The Corporation As Insider Trader
By: Mark J. Loewenstein & William K.S. Wang

Realizing the Dream of William O. Douglas — the Securities and Exchange Commission Takes Charge of Corporate Governance
By: Roberta S. Karmel

China’s Takeover Law: a Comparative Analysis and Proposals for Reform
By: Hui Huang

Reverse Limited Liability and the Design of Business Associations
By: Larry E. Ribstein

Unreported Cases

Unreported Cases