At National Review, Andrew McCarthy writes about the history, and what he regards as the extreme inherent injustice, of the "responsible officer doctrine," which allows corporate officers to be prosecuted for criminal acts of their companies, regardless of whether they participated in or even kne
(Note: the following is adapted from materials prepared for Litigating the Business Divorce (BNA, 2016), co-edited and co-authored by
This case summary was prepared in substantial part by Matthew Arnold.
As a follow-up to yesterday's post, and the question raised as to whether Delaware's business judgment rule applied to corporate offi
In Palmer v.
The Supreme Court has indicated that it will hear an appeal by the Obama administration of a Federal Circuit holding that found that Section 2(a) of the Lanham Act, as applied, violated the First Amendment of the United
Case Summary: Harrison v. Quivus Systems, LLC, C.A. No. 12084-VCMR (Del. Ch. Aug. 5, 2016) (Transcript).
On the Federalist Society website, Christina Sandefur highlights the US Supreme Court case of
In Grand Acquisition, LLC, v.
At Truth on the Market, Alden Abbott explains the concepts of “the rule of law” and regulatory overreach, and then analyzes Tennessee v.