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Procedural problems in the law of parent and subsidiary corporations
Phillip I. Blumberg
|Statement||Phillip I. Blumberg.|
|Series||Law of corporate groups|
|LC Classifications||KF1465 .B58 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 527 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||527|
|LC Control Number||82084312|
LAW OF CORPORATE GROUPS Problems of Parent and Subsidiary Corporations Under Statutory Law Specifically Applying Enterprise Principles. Boston: Little Brown, First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Item # ISBN: Near Fine in red cloth. ; X X inches; pages; All domestic orders shipped protected in a Box. A parent company is simply a company that runs a business and that owns another business — the subsidiary. The parent company has operations of its own, and the subsidiary may carry on a related business. For example, the subsidiary might own and manage property assets of the parent company, to keep the liability from those assets separate.
Moreover, the matters the law firm was handling for the parent and subsidiary were “entirely unrelated” and were being handled by lawyers in geographically remote offices of a highly structured firm. Thus, the court found no threat to confidentiality and refused to disqualify the firm. Corporations for Foreign Subsidiaries’ Violations of International Human Rights Law parent corporation. Given this problem, in what situations should principle of corporate law, applicable to the parent-subsidiary relationship as well as generally, that .
In the case of a subsidiary corporation, the question of client identity presents, in addition, the legal problems of maintaining and recognizing the separate corporate identity of the subsidiary and coping with the possibility that the lawyer who represents both entities may have a conflict of interest.". Background: California Law Allows Service on a General Manager to Qualify as Service on the Parent Corporation. Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 4 provides the foundation for service of process in federal courts. Under the federal rules, a plaintiff can serve an organization or corporation by delivering a copy of a complaint and summons to an.
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Law of Corporate Groups: Procedural Problems in the Law of Parent and Subsidary CorporationsAuthor: Phillip I. Blumberg. The law of corporate groups: procedural problems in the law of parent and subsidiary corporations.
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Boston: Little, Brown, © Traditional corporation law and andquot;piercing the veilandquot; no longer provide adequate guides to the law of parent and subsidiary corporations.
In numerous areas, courts and legislatures are today allocating legal rights and liabilities according to modern enterprise principles.
Parent and Subsidiary Corporations: Liability of a Parent Corporation for the Obligations of Its Subsidiary. Frederick James Powell.
Callaghan, - Corporation law - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in. The substance of this Article will form part of P. BLUMBERG, THE LAW OF CORPORATE. GROUPS: ToRT, CONTRACT AND OTHER COMMON LAW PROBLEMS IN THE SUBSTANTIVE LAW OF PARENT.
AND SUBSIDIARY CORPORATIONS (January ), which is the third volume of the series on the Law. of Corporate Groups (Little, Brown & Co.).Cited by: Jurisdiction over a parent corporation based on the ownership a nonresident parent corporation in its subsidiary's state of incorporation is constitutional.
The analysis then turns to some dealing with jurisdictional issues based on parent-subsidiary 18 See Cannon, U.S. at The whole problem of the relation between parent and subsidiary corpo-rations is one that is still enveloped in the mists of metaphor.
Metaphors in law are to be narrowly watched, for starting as devices to liberate thought, they end often by enslaving it. We say at times that the corpo-File Size: KB. The rules for parent-subsidiary controlled group and a brother-sister controlled group of corporations, or a combined group of corporations under Code Section (b) are provided below: Parent-Subsidiary Controlled Group of Corporations Under Code Section (b), a parent-subsidiary controlled group is one or more chains of corporations connected through [ ].
11 In such a case, the subsidiary is said to be ‘bound hand and foot to the parent company and must do just what the parent company says’. See Adams v. Cape Industries Plc  Ch.at C citing Professor GOWER, Modern Company Law (3rd edn, ), p 12 C.M.
BRÜLS, RPSp ; V. SIMONART, La personnalité morale en droit. literature suggesting that the real focus of the piercing problem is in the area of parent and subsidiary law." 9. The common law of piercing the corporate veil, generally recognized by both courts and commentators as an incomprehensible mess, 1" is then brought to bear on this increasingly important category of legal disputes.
CORPORATIONS-PARENT AND SUBSIDIARY-CORPORATE ENTITY.-A corporation is said to be legal entity.' The statement is comparatively correct, but subject to qualifications. A corporation is distinct from its stockholders; its acts are not their acts, nor its liabilities, so long as.
LAW OF CORPORATE GROUPS Problems of Parent and Subsidiary Corporations Under Statutory Law of General Application. Boston: Little Brown & Co Law & Business, First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Item # ISBN: Near Fine in red cloth. ; Laid in is a full page written and signed by Phillip I.
Blumberg. ; X X Book Edition: First Edition; First Printing. § —Merger of parent and subsidiary. It may have been necessary or desirable in the past to conduct two or more businesses in parent and subsidiary corporations. If it is now desired to combine those separate corporate operations into one corporation, the complete liquidation of the subsidiaryFile Size: KB.
Company Law on the relationship between the parent company and the subsidiary. Issues of co r- porate cri min al liability under the Jordanian leg al and other selective comparative leg al systems. In a decision of apparent first impression in New York, an appellate panel last week upheld the common-law right of a shareholder to inspect the books and records of the corporation's wholly-owned subsidiary.
Get the full story in this week's New York Business Divorce. Business entities today are typically made up of groups of legally separate corporations, subsidiaries and parents, operating as a single enterprise.
This volume is concerned with how procedural law treats these legally independent but functionally integrated corporations. Among the most important procedural issues addressed by this volume include: When can jurisdiction over a subsidiary also Author: Phillip I.
Blumberg, Kurt A. Strasser, Nicholas L. Georgakopoulos, Eric J. Gouvin. State corporation laws have a special provision for when a parent corporation that owns all or almost all of the shares of a subsidiary, decides to merge that subsidiary into itself. In such a case, the parent may enter into the merger without the approval of either corporations’ shareholders.
Merger Filings: A Primer Seminar Reference Book CT Corporation 6 C. Triangular Mergers A triangular merger involves three business entities - a parent (the acquirer), its subsidiary, and the entity to be acquired (the target).
The subsidiary will be newly formed for the sole purpose of assisting the parent in acquiring the Size: KB. Tort, contract, and other common law problems in the substantive law of parent and subsidiary corporations.
The subsidiary legislation was not made in accordance with the procedures laid down by the parent act. The procedural requirement in the parent act must be a mandatory procedure in order for the subsidiary legislation to be declared invalid on the ground of procedural ultra vires.
The Law of Corporate Groups: Procedural Problems in the Law of Parent and Subsidiary Corporations, in The Law of Corporate Groups (, [Supplement ]).