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Phillip Blumberg: Law of Corporate Groups

Phillip Blumberg: Law of Corporate Groups Book Reviews BUSINESS LAW ENTERPRIS E LAW CORP. V. ENTITY LAW, INC. — PHILLIP BLUMBERG'S BOOK FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF AN EUROPEAN LAWYER. TH E LAW OF CORPORATE GROUPS. PROCEDURAL PROBLEMS IN THE LA W OF PARENT AND SUBSIDIARY CORPORATIONS. By Phillip I. Blumberg. Boston: Little, Brown, Co., 1983. Pp. xxxii, 527. TH E LA W OF CORPORATE GROUPS. PROBLEMS IN THE BANKRUPTCY OR REORGANIZATION OF PARENT AND SUBSIDIARY CORPORATIONS. 1985. Pp. xxxix, 888. THE LAW OF CORPORATE GROUPS. TORT, CONTRACT, AND OTHER COMMON LAW PROBLEMS IN THE SUBSTANTIVE LAW OF PAREN T AND SUBSIDIARY CORPORATIONS. 1987. Pp. xlvii, 753. By Marcus Lutter I. From the very first glance at its title, a European lawyer would be fascinated with this work; the German Konzemrecht or the famil­ iar le droit des groupes de societes, or il diritto dei gruppi di societd. Above all, this title leads the continental lawyer to expect a compre­ hensive systematic presentation of questions related to affiliated en­ terprise systems. This type of approach on the part of an American scholar comes as a surprise to the continental lawyer. After having studied the three volumes that have been pub­ lished so far of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Comparative Law Oxford University Press

Phillip Blumberg: Law of Corporate Groups

American Journal of Comparative Law , Volume 38 (4) – Oct 1, 1990

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Oxford University Press
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© 1990 by The American Association for the Comparative Study of Law, Inc.
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0002-919X
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2326-9197
DOI
10.2307/840618
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Book Reviews BUSINESS LAW ENTERPRIS E LAW CORP. V. ENTITY LAW, INC. — PHILLIP BLUMBERG'S BOOK FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF AN EUROPEAN LAWYER. TH E LAW OF CORPORATE GROUPS. PROCEDURAL PROBLEMS IN THE LA W OF PARENT AND SUBSIDIARY CORPORATIONS. By Phillip I. Blumberg. Boston: Little, Brown, Co., 1983. Pp. xxxii, 527. TH E LA W OF CORPORATE GROUPS. PROBLEMS IN THE BANKRUPTCY OR REORGANIZATION OF PARENT AND SUBSIDIARY CORPORATIONS. 1985. Pp. xxxix, 888. THE LAW OF CORPORATE GROUPS. TORT, CONTRACT, AND OTHER COMMON LAW PROBLEMS IN THE SUBSTANTIVE LAW OF PAREN T AND SUBSIDIARY CORPORATIONS. 1987. Pp. xlvii, 753. By Marcus Lutter I. From the very first glance at its title, a European lawyer would be fascinated with this work; the German Konzemrecht or the famil­ iar le droit des groupes de societes, or il diritto dei gruppi di societd. Above all, this title leads the continental lawyer to expect a compre­ hensive systematic presentation of questions related to affiliated en­ terprise systems. This type of approach on the part of an American scholar comes as a surprise to the continental lawyer. After having studied the three volumes that have been pub­ lished so far of

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American Journal of Comparative LawOxford University Press

Published: Oct 1, 1990

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