Disregard of the Corporate Fiction and Allied Corporation Problems
By I. Maurice Wormser
2000/11 - Beard Books - Law Classic
1587980789 - Paperback - Reprint - 224 pp.
An introspective look into the growth of the law on corporations in the pursuit of just ends.
This book provides a glimpse into the growth of the law on corporations in the attainment of justice rather than adherence to technicality. The author has selected a number of subjects for illustration of this point. Included are the disregard of the corporate fiction, piercing the veil of a corporate entity, corporate voting rights, power of corporations to acquire their own stock, the legal status of joint stock associations, the legality of corporate voting trusts and pooling agreements, and the issue of whether courts can compel the declaration of a corporate dividend.
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I. Maurice Wormser was a Fordham University School of Law professor and editor of the New York Law Journal.