34 Del. J. Corp. L. [i] (2009)

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     Delaware Journal of Corporate Law

    Copyright 2009 by The Widener University School of Law

Volume 34               2009                Number 1


                      CONTENTS

                      ARTICLES

DELAWARE AND WASHINGTON AS CORPORATE LAWMAKERS
...................................... M ark  J. Roe  1

WHAT WOULD MADISON THINK? THE IRONY OF THE TWISTS
AND TURNS OF FEDERALISM ......... E. Norman Veasey  35

REGULATORY COMPETITION, CHOICE OF FORUM, AND
DELAWARE'S STAKE IN CORPORATE LAW .. Faith Stevelman  57

PROFESSOR BAINBRIDGE AND THE ARROWIAN MOMENT: A
REVIEW OF THE NEW CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN THEORY
AND PRACTICE ................... Brett H. McDonnell 139

BARGAINING IN THE SHADOW OF THE LAWSUIT: A SOCIAL
NORMS THEORY OF INCOMPLETE CONTRACTS
  ....................................  Claire  A. H ill  191

WHAT THEY DON'T KNOW CAN HURT THEM: CORPORATE
OFFICERS' DUTY OF CANDOR TO DIRECTORS
  ................................. Shannon  German  221

                  UNREPORTED CASES


Introduction .....
Case Index ......
Statutes Construed
Rules of Court ...
Cases ..........


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