Download PDF Melissa A. Boudreau* The European sovereign debt crisis has generated a number of controversial restructuring proposals that would have seemed appropriate only for emerging markets just a few years ago, but now are among the few options available to sustain the … [Read more...] about Restructuring Sovereign Debt Under Local Law: Are Retrofit Collective Action Clauses Expropriatory?
The 2012 HBLR Symposium, Complexity and Change in Financial Regulation, will be held on March 23–24. Visit our symposium page for more information and to register. … [Read more...] about The 2012 HBLR Symposium
The Harvard Business Law Review is pleased to announce the publication of its inaugural issue. By focusing on specific aspects of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, each of the following scholars helps to illuminate the merits and missteps of this … [Read more...] about Inaugural Issue Now Available (Spring 2011)
Download PDF Joshua P. Fershee* The limited liability company (LLC) has evolved from a little used entity option to become the leading business entity of choice. The primary impetus for this change was an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) determination in 1988 that … [Read more...] about LLCs and Corporations: A Fork in the Road in Delaware?