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Law of Corporate Groups: Problems of Parent and Subsidiary Corporations Under Statutory Law of General Application (includes 2001 Supplement) download ebook

by Phillip I. Blumberg

Law of Corporate Groups: Problems of Parent and Subsidiary Corporations Under Statutory Law of General Application (includes 2001 Supplement) download ebook
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0316100471
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978-0316100472
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Phillip I. Blumberg
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Little Brown & Co Law & Business (April 1, 1989)
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Phillip I Blumberg, Kurt A Strasser, Matthew S Blum. Traditional corporation law (or 'entity' law) no longer covers the challenges presented by today's multinational corporate integration and control. Now, Blumberg's ground-breaking analysis of the law of corporate groups (or 'enterprise' law) brings current trends in business law into sharp focus, with detailed examination of thousands of cases.

Download Citation On Jan 1, 2005, Phillip Blumberg and others published The Transformation of Modern Corporation .

US federal tax law offers an intriguing mix of enterprise analysis and entity elements which coexist in a system in which their combination makes for exquisite complexity.

3 phillip I. blumberg, the law of corporate groups . In the law of parent and subsidiary corporations 8 (1983). blumberg, the law of corporate groups: procedural problems. CORPORATIONS UNDER STATUTORY LAW OF GENERAL APPLICATION § . 1 (1989), catego-. rizing "specific" statutes and "general" statutes and describing how some statutes have. been transformed from general statutes to specific statutes.

Traditional corporation law (or entity law) no longer covers the challenges presented by today's multinational corporate integration and control. Now, Blumberg's ground-breaking analysis of the law of corporate groups (or enterprise law) brings current trends in business law into sharp focus, with detailed examination of thousands of cases. Every corporate lawyer must deal with state statutory issues, and this is the source to turn to for information and guidance.

See p. blumberg, the law of corporate groups: procedural problems in the law of. Parent and subsidiary corporations 464-68 (1983). Mobil Oil Corporation, to take an extreme example, operated in 62 different countries through 525 subsidiaries. Professor Hadden reports that British-based multinationals are even more complex. British Petroleum has.

Certain legal regimes have adopted a statutory solution and developed ‘a law of corporate groups’, most notably the German Stock Corporation Act 1965 (Aktiengesetz), reproduced in English in . Hopt, e. Groups of Companies in European Laws, Legal and Economic Analyses on Multinational Enterprises, Vol. II (Berlin/New York, De Gruyter 1982) pp. 265–295, although it has been criticised as capable of improvement.

See generally PHILLIP I. BLUMBERG, THE LAW OF CORPORATE GROUPS: PROBLEMS OF PARENT AND . BLUMBERG, THE LAW OF CORPORATE GROUPS: PROBLEMS OF PARENT AND SUBSIDIARY CORPORATIONS UNDER STATUTORY LAW OF GENERAL APPLICATION § . 1 (1989), catego- rizing "specific" statutes and "general" statutes and describing how some statutes have been transformed from general statutes to specific statutes. 42 See PHILLIP I. BLUMBERG, supra note 41, § . 1 nn. 6 & 7. 43 Congress has not defined insider trading, leaving the law to evolve on a case-by- case basis

In response, there is emerging a law of corporate groups directed at the enterprise rather than its corporate .

In response, there is emerging a law of corporate groups directed at the enterprise rather than its corporate components. As national legal systems begin to apply enterprise law to multinationals, including their foreign companies, the resulting extraterritorial application of national law inevitably leads to international controversy