The Restructuring of the Relationship Between Shareholders and the Corporate Entity: Reflections on Berle and Means
AuthorPorrata-Doria, Rafael A., Jr.
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AbstractThis Article is an examination and reassessment of Professors Berle and Means' seminal theory of the nature of the relationship between a/corporation, its shareholders, and its management. Because of its importance to modern corporate law,' this relationship is examined in the context of two recent corporate antitakeover defensive techniques: the creation of super common stock, and management's deliberate discrimination against suspected hostile shareholders.
CitationRafael A. Porrata-Doria Jr., The Restructuring of the Relationship Between Shareholders and the Corporate Entity: Reflections on Berle and Means, 94 Dick. L. Rev. 99 (1989).
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