Defining the Future: Personal Influence and United States Corporate Law, 4 Journal of Corporation Law 87 (1978)
In the following article, Professor Deutsch considers the processes by which the common law of corporations has developed Both personal and institutional factors are discussed in an effort to account for the development of the concept of corporate fiduciary duty. It is left for the reader to resolve the intricate ambiguities raised by Professor Deutsch's hypothetical characters.
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Deutsch, Jan Ginter, "Defining the Future: Personal Influence and United States Corporate Law" (1978). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 1876.