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by Alan R. Palmiter

eBook Corporations: Examples & Explanations epub
  • ISBN: 0735578265
  • Author: Alan R. Palmiter
  • Genre: Law
  • Subcategory: Business
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business/Aspen Publishers; 6th edition (April 8, 2009)
  • Pages: 820 pages
  • ePUB size: 1658 kb
  • FB2 size 1101 kb
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Corporations: Examples And Explanations (Examples & Explanations).

Corporations: Examples And Explanations (Examples & Explanations). Usually, I could find the cites myself, but this added a layer of work when I made my outline. Also, some cases were not explained succintly in one place-rather, the analysis was spread throughout a chapter and continued through the examples.

Great book for understanding Corporations. Used it while studying for my Business Association's final to help clarify difficult concepts and work on practice problems.

Students who need extra help can rely on Solomon and Palmiter's CORPORATION: Examples & Explanations for dependable guidance. Students who need extra help can rely on Solomon and Palmiter's CORPORATION: Examples & Explanations for dependable guidance.

Examples & Explanations: Corporations is a practical and straightforward guide that has won enduring popularity by. .

Examples & Explanations: Corporations is a practical and straightforward guide that has won enduring popularity by demystifying corporate law for students with no business background. Through clear introductions and visual aids, students are able to grasp the rules of corporate law and apply them in context, using the examples. Alan R. Palmiter’s Examples & Explanations: Corporations is the leading study guide in this area-an authoritative, timely, and student-friendly aid to a more complete u.

I generally like the Examples and Explanations series, however "Corporations" is not one of their best.

Corporations has thus far been the most difficult law school course I"ve taken (partly due to my prof. 20 people found this helpful. and this book was a life-saver. My only advice is not to wait to the last minute. Yes this book is a great summary of the course, but it's still very dense and nearly 700 pages long. It will take a good while to go through if you're really reading, outlining and trying to learn the material. I spent nearly all day for three full days just getting through this book.

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Examples & Explanations for Corporations. By: Alan R. Publisher: Aspen Publishers. Print ISBN: 9781454850168, 1454850167.

<p> <b>Examples & Explanations: Corporations</b> is a practical and straightforward guide that has won enduring popularity by demystifying corporate law for students with no business background. Through clear introductions and visual aids, students are able to grasp the rules of corporate law and apply them in context, using the examples. </p> <p> <b>A leading study guide in corporate law for over 15 years, <i>Examples & Explanations: Corporations</i>, now in its Sixth Edition, features:</b> </p> <ul> <li> <b>the time-tested and class-proven <i>Examples & Explanations</i> pedagogy</b> —clear introductions are followed by questions in the form of examples (or hypos), followed by full and lucid explanations with analysis </li> <li> <b>thorough coverage</b> that tracks topics typically covered in a corporations or business organizations class </li> <li> <b>statutes and cases presented in context</b> </li> <li> <b>examples that illustrate the intersection of law and business</b>—and highlight the differences between the Model Business Corporation Act and Delaware law </li> <li> <b>sensible organization</b> that outlines the principal legal themes of corporate law </li> <li> <b>helpful visual aids</b>, such as tables and diagrams </li> <li> <b>student-friendly writing style </b>that neatly unpacks the intricacies of corporate law and requires no business background from the reader </li> </ul> <p> <b>Updated throughout, the Sixth Edition includes:</b> </p> <ul> <li> <b>new cases on shareholder proxy access </b> </li> <li> <b>new developments in executive compensation</b> </li> <li> new examples of <b>institutional shareholder activism</b> </li> <li> new cases on <i><b>duty of good faith, </b></i>the<i><b> direct/derivative distinction, inspection rights</b></i>, and the definition of <i><b> independent director </b></i> </li> <li> continuing coverage of Sarbanes-Oxley </li> <li> <b>revised examples</b> drawn from social responsibility and alternative energy business models </li> </ul> <p> Students struggling to understand corporate law will get more out of their casebook assignments and classroom experience if you steer them toward the help they need. <b>Alan R. Palmiter’s Examples & Explanations: Corporations</b> is the leading study guide in this area—an authoritative, timely, and student-friendly aid to a more complete understanding of basic coverage, now in its <b>Sixth Edition</b>. </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p>
Comments: (7)
Siratius
I generally like the Examples and Explanations series, however "Corporations" is not one of their best. As other reviewers have mentioned, this book focuses primarily on the Model Business Corporations Act and does not include cites to Delaware or other states. Usually, I could find the cites myself, but this added a layer of work when I made my outline. Also, some cases were not explained succintly in one place--rather, the analysis was spread throughout a chapter and continued through the examples. This was distracting--it was more helpful when the key cases of a doctrine were summarized in one place and then briefly referenced later on. If your class focuses on Delaware you should also beware that there have been several key developments since 2006 that will alter some of the chapters. Other than that, it is hard to beat E&E for a good review of the material and "Corporations" does the job.
FLIDER
As always, E&Es to the rescue. This was great for corporations and covers all the tough stuff. However, if your class covers partnerships, agency and other associated orgs, you will need the appropriate other book for this as well. That was the only downside as I had to buy both for my class. Read together, though, they cover it all.
Dominator
Corporations is a tough class. We read what seemed like even more cases than in other law school courses I've had, so far, and the cases are often difficult to comprehend. This book was definitely a huge help in preparing for finals.
Skiletus
Full of jargon and extremely wordy. You almost need a Black's dictionary next to you to understand what's going on. But, if you really stick with the book you'll come out with a fair knowledge of corporations. This book covered a lot more than my 3-credit course covered, so you should come out with some fairly extensive knowledge.
Drelalen
This is a really helpful book! Business associations is weird and covers a lot of material, but this book did a nice job of bringing everything together.
Global Progression
Great study aid.
Inertedub
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This book is OK. It covers the basics and is better than a casebook. An old outline off the internet is better but this is good.
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