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Some Good Study Aids for Business Enterprises

All the books below are in the Reserve Room.  Older editions available for checkout can be found at the same call number on the 5th floor.

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Business Associations in a Nutshell - Joseph Shade
Call Number: Reserve KF1384.Z9 S52 2010
ISBN: 0314208518

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Corporation Law - Franklin A. Gevurtz
Call Number: Reserve KF1414 .G48 2010
ISBN: 0314159797
This treatise is part of the West Hornbook series, intended as a basic guide to corporation law for law students. The author uses a conversational style to discuss topics such as formation, financial structure, governance, duties of directors and officers, securities fraud and regulation, and mergers and acquisitions. The appendix offers tips for researching corporation law on Westlaw. A table of cases is included.

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Corporations: Examples and Explanations - Alan R. Palmiter
Call Number: Reserve KF1414.85 .P35 2012
ISBN: 1454802472
This study guide covers all aspects of corporations from formation to shareholder voting rights to liquidity rights to fundamental corporate changes. This guide is written for the law student.

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The Law of Corporations in a Nutshell - Robert W. Hamilton, Richard D. Freer
Call Number: Reserve KF1414.3 .H35 2011
ISBN: 0314904573
This study guide touches on modern business forms, preincorporation transactions, shares and shareholders, and closely held, as well as publically held corporations. An extensive glossary is included.



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