Posted on: July 16, 2021

This case law summary was prepared by Ryan Paulish.

In Manichaean Capital, LLC v. Exela Technologies, Inc., the Delaware Court of Chancery outlined a rule that will apply only to "outsider" reverse veil-piercing.[1] Vice Chancellor Slights determined that a reverse veil-piercing rule deter wrongdoers from using the corporate form as a means to facilitate fraud or injustice.[2]


Tag: Corporations, Courts, Creditor / Debtor Law, Equity / Chancery, Fiduciary Duties, Legal Opinions, Legal Theory, Limited Liability Companies, Mergers and Acquisitions, Partnerships, Structured Finance
Posted on: April 16, 2021

The National Association of Scholars (NAS), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that seeks to reform higher education, has created a Civics Bill Tracker for all proposed federal and state legislation related to civics. The tracker includes a Database and a Summary Analysis of every proposed civics education bill currently under consideration by legislators.

Tag: Constitutional Law, Consumer Protection, Fiduciary Duties, Legal History, Legal Theory, Legislation
Posted on: January 5, 2021

At his blog Buy the Rumor, Sell the News, David Friedman writes:

What a lot of people miss about remote working is that there is a right way to go about it, and a wrong way. And it turns out that one of the most important things to do when managing remote employees is to embrace asynchronous communication. Gitlab, one of the largest all-remote companies, has an extensive handbook about how to manage a remote workforce. It has this to say about asynchronous communication:

Tag: Business Ethics