58 Syracuse L. Rev. 683 (2007-2008)
Business Associations

handle is hein.journals/syrlr58 and id is 691 raw text is: BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS
Sandra S. O'Loughlint and Christopher J. Bonnerl
CONTENTS
IN TRODU    CTION   .......................................................................................... 683
I.      A  G EN CY   .......................................................................................... 683
A.    Respondeat Superior ................................................................ 683
B.    Agent's Liability to Third Parties ............................................ 684
II.     PAR   TN ERSHIP   .................................................................................. 685
A.    Rights Among Partners ............................................................ 685
B.    Limited Partnerships ............................................................... 686
III.    LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES ..................................................... 687
A .   D erivative   A ctions  ................................................................... 687
B .   P ersonal Liability    .................................................................... 688
IV .    C O RPORATION      S  ............................................................................... 688
A.    Officers and Employees ........................................................... 688
B .   Shareholder     Rights  .................................................................. 690
C .   D issolution  ............................................................................... 690
D.    Foreign Corporations .............................................................. 693
INTRODUCTION
The period covered by this Survey contained no legislative
developments in the statutes governing business associations. Case law
developments continued apace.
I. AGENCY
A. Respondeat Superior
Fils-Aime v. Ryder TRS, Inc.1 was an average traffic accident case
 Partner, Hiscock & Barclay, LLP, Buffalo, New York; Adjunct Professor and
Lecturer, University at Buffalo Law School, State University of New York; J.D., State
University of New York at Buffalo Law School, B.A., Daemen College, Rosary Hill
College.
Of Counsel, Hiscock &        Barclay, LLP, Syracuse, New       York; J.D., Harvard Law
School; B.A., Williams College.

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