Tag Archives: Corporations

Illinois Shareholder Meetings for Corporations Explained

In this Learn About Law article we explain the types of shareholder meetings in Illinois and discuss what's required under Illinois law. Read more detail on Recent Family Law posts –

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Texas court finds economic development corporations don't receive governmental immunity from suit

A recent case out of Texas, Rosenberg Development Corp. v. Imperial Performing Arts, Inc., No. 17-0660, tackles the question of whether economic development corporations are protected by the sovereign immunity doctrine, concluded that they are not. Interesting for its analysis… … Continue reading

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Diamantis on the Collective Knowledge Doctrine & Corporations

Mihailis Diamantis (University of Iowa – College of Law) has posted Getting Comfortable With Collective Knowledge on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: The collective knowledge doctrine is the foremost contender for patching the deficiencies of respondent superior when it comes to attributing … Continue reading

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Big Corporations Hiring Smaller Law Firms

According to Bloomberg.com, U.S. companies are adding firms with 300 or fewer lawyers to their outside-counsel roster and saving as much as half compared with fees of Wall Street firms more than triple that size. I wrote about this trend … Continue reading

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NC Business Court: Attorney-Client Privilege For Corporations

The NC Business Court delivered a full Opinion last week on attorney-client privilege in Technetics Group Daytona, Inc. v. N2 Biomedical, LLC, 2018 NCBC 115.  It’s on the subject of the scope of attorney-client privilege accorded to corporate clients. That … Continue reading

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