Delaware’s Caremark Revival: do directors have new duties?Read more
Delaware is America’s venue of choice for business incorporation. This popularity means most corporate directors are subject to the...May 10, 20210
California-Mandated Diversity Measures – An Invalid or Necessary Regulation of Corporate Affairs?Read more
Diversity, equity and inclusion has gained substantial traction as a major business and social initiative in the past decade....
Insurance! What Is It Good For? Misplaced Liability for California’s WildfiresRead more
It is no secret that California has consistently suffered some of the worst wildfires in United States history.1 Blazes...
Revised Tax Treatment for Net Operating Losses and Potential EffectsRead more
When Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in late 2017, the Internal Revenue Code (“Code”) experienced a...
A Changing of the Guard at Wells Fargo—But What Has Changed?Read more
In the wake of its consumer abuses, including the creation of millions of unauthorized accounts, Wells Fargo is desperately...
Both Valuable and Troubling: Virtual Annual Shareholder MeetingsRead more
When thinking of annual shareholder meetings, one may be tempted to think of lavish, fun-filled annual get-togethers like the...
Wells Fargo’s Punishment: A New Approach to Corporate Governance or Just a Mirage?Read more
Wells Fargo Co., one of the largest banks in the United States, has been punished by multiple government actors...
Corruption Scandal in College BasketballRead more
In the sportswear industry, Nike is the main player, but well-known competitors Adidas, Under Armour, and others are constantly...
Co-determination in Germany: A Model for the U.S.?Read more
The American conception of the duty of loyalty requires that directors act solely in the best interest of the corporation.1 In Germany,...
Navigating the Quasi-California Corporations StatuteRead more
It has long been safe to assume that a corporation will be governed by the laws of the state...