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Corporate Finance 2009: Cases and Materials

ISBN: 9781599416564 | 1599416565
Edition: 6th
Format: Paperback
Publisher: West Academic
Pub. Date: 7/15/2009

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This is the 2009 casebook supplement to Bratton's Cases and Materials on Corporate Finance, 6th. It contains detailed and informed selection of cases illustrating the development of the body of law surrounding corporate finance, including text and explanatory materials. It contains materials relating to the financial crisis: Benjamin Bernanke on the causes of the financial crisis and the shape of regulatory reformDiscussion of securitization?s role in bringing about the crisisExecutive pay constraints on TARP recipientsContract forms ? TARP Preferred Stock and the TARP WarrantThe Delaware Chancery?s decision in the Citibank shareholder litigation alleging a breach of the duty of careThe Delaware Chancery?s decision to refrain from hearing the Bear Stearns shareholder litigationVCG v. Citibank, a Southern District of New York decision in a dispute about a margin call by a credit protection buyer under a credit default swap covering a collateralized debt obligation It also contains additional materials on: On empty voting, CSX v. Children?s Investment Fund, a Southern District of New York opinion in a 13D case brought by an issuer against an activist hedge fundOn bond contract interpretation, Affiliated Computer v. Wilmington Trust, a Fifth Circuit opinion addressing the question whether a failure to meet an SEC reporting deadline triggers an event of defaultOn antidilution language in executive stock option plans, the Delaware Supreme Court?s opinion in AT&T v. LillisOn MAC clauses in merger agreements, the Delaware Chancery opinion in Hexion v. HuntsmanOn Revlon and the duty of good faith, the Delaware Supreme court?s opinion in Lyondell v. RyanShort reports of new cases on preferred stock, convertibles, venture capital, mergers, and asset sales

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