Volume 70, Issue 2 (1992) Symposium on Corporate Law and Finance
F. Hodge O'Neal Corporate and Securities Law Symposium
Foreword—Evolving Business Associations: Understanding the Role of Law
Robert B. Thompson
The 1980s—Did We Save the Stockholders While the Corporation Burned?
Andrew G. T. Moore II
Opting In and Opting Out: Bargaining for Fiduciary Duties in Cooperative Ventures
Jason Scott Johnston
Bargaining for Fiduciary Duties: Preserving the Vulnerability of the Disadvantaged?
John A. C. Hetherington
Opting In and Out of Fiduciary Duties in Cooperative Ventures: Refining the So-Called Coasean Contract Theory
Charles Rogers O'Kelley Jr.
The Economic Efficiency of Close Corporation Law: A Comment
Geoffrey P. Miller
The Deregulation of Limited Liability and the Death of Partnership
Larry E. Ribstein
Limited Liability and Externalization of Risk: A Comment on the Death of Partnership
Robert W. Hillman
Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies, and Taxes: A Comment on the Survival of Organizational Forms
Responsibility of Investment Bankers to Shareholders
Ted J. Fiflis
Fairness Opinions As Magic Pieces of Paper
Dale A. Oesterle
Lessons of an Outside Director
“Going Private” Seventeen Years Later
A. A. Sommer Jr.
Information Asymmetries, Rule 13e-3, and Premiums in Going-Private Transactions
Jeffry Davis and Kenneth Lehn
Research and Relators: The False Claims Act and Scientific Misconduct
Christopher P. Perzan
Petitioners for Federal Writ of Error Coram Nobis Must Show “Lingering Civil Disabilities” from Erroneous Conviction
The Classification of ERISA As “Applicable Nonbankruptcy Law” Under Section 541(c)(2) of the Bankruptcy Code
Jay A. Yalowitz