This new five volume Second Edition of Blumberg on Corporate Groups provides a comprehensive treatment of corporate groups and the legal interrelationships of their component parent, subsidiary, and affiliated companies. It offers in-depth coverage of statutory and judicial law, federal and state, that affects parent and subsidiaries, franchisors and franchisees, licensors and licensees, health care institutions and medical staff and other corporate groups and provides the only comprehensive coverage of the key question: when the law will use more modern tools of enterprise law and look to the whole multi-corporation enterprise, and when will it use traditional tools and look to individual corporate entities? Traditional corporation law and qpiercing the veilq no longer provide adequate guides to the law of parent and subsidiary corporations. In numerous areas, courts and legislatures are today allocating legal rights and liabilities according to modern enterprise principles. Blumberg's ground-breaking analysis of the law of corporate groups with thousands of cases and detailed review of major regulatory areas provides the bench, the bar, and the academy with a comprehensive review of the new legal principles at work. Get authoritative and comprehensive coverage on corporate groups issues in such diverse areas as: Jurisdiction and Procedure Tort, Contract, and Property Labor Law Banking, Insurance, and Financial Services Bankruptcy Environmental Law Franchising Health CareCode AsAs 56-1401 to 56-1434 (1997); Haw. Rev. ... 431:15-101 to 431:15- 411 ( 1996); Idaho Code AsAs 41-3301 to 41-3360 (1999); Ind. Code AsAs 27-9-1-1 to 27-9- 4-10 ... 696B.030 to 696B.180, 696B.280, 696B.290 to 696B.340 (2003); N.J. Stat .
|Title||:||Blumberg on Corporate Groups|
|Author||:||Phillip I. Blumberg, Nicholas L. Georgakopoulos, Kurt A. Strasser, Eric J. Gouvin|
|Publisher||:||Aspen Publishers Online - 2004-11-10|