Legal Quandary

Friday, December 10, 2004

Gone Home for the Night

After learning more about the Business Judgment Rule than I ever cared to know, it's time to call it quits. Also, I discovered more than one case that I'm sure I was in class for, but somehow don't remember a single fact from.

We have a parent teacher conference at 7:30 in the morning for Little Quandary, our toddler. Does this seem strange to anyone else? We had one last year too. "Well...what can we say. She's walking, but not saying much. She also has this thing about taking off her shoes and socks. Check back next year. "

At any rate, I leave you with a couple of quotes from the fabulously complete (but sadly not concise) book I'm using to teach myself Bus Orgs, Corporation Law and Economics by Bainbridge.

"In any event, Minton's importance is often over-stated. Justice Traynor was an activist judge who viewed the tort system primarily as a compensation scheme." p. 163

"There are simply no bright-line rules for deciding when courts will pierce the corporate veil. This makes life hard for litigators, of course, but who really cares?" p. 163

Well, then. Tell me what you really think.

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"Anonymous" - see your email. Sorry :(
 
You didn't have to take it off for me. I still meant what I said.
 
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