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Closely Held Business Organizations: Cases, Materials, and Problems (American Casebook Series)

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Edition: 2nd ed., 2012
Author(s): Ragazzo, Fendler


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Closely Held Business Organizations is a comprehensive study of the law of closely held businesses (including corporations and unincorporated associations). Although course names differ from school to school, the book is designed primarily for "Business Organizations" or "Business Associations" courses on closely held businesses.

Highlights include:

Comprehensive coverage of agency, general partnerships, closely held corporations, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships, and limited liability companies. Materials are also included on the professional corporation, the professional association, and the business trust;
LLCs, in particular, receive 120 pages of comprehensive, up-to-date treatment;
Notes and questions are provided at the end of each principal case or excerpt. The notes and questions are specifically designed to serve as the sole focus for class discussion;
Numerous problems are included throughout the book to raise critical issues, to facilitate comprehension, and to present opportunities for students to apply concepts and doctrines to various factual settings;
Thorough coverage of uniform and model statutes (including the MBCA and the Restatement (Third) of Agency) as well as Delaware statutes.


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Format Hardcover
Author Ragazzo, Fendler
ISBN 9780314275806
Edition 2nd ed., 2012
Publisher West