- Title Pages
- Chapter One Why New Corporate Law Arises
- Chapter Two The Rise and Fall of Delaware’s Takeover Standards
- Chapter Three In Search of Lost Time
- Chapter Four The Odd Couple
- Chapter Five Delaware’s Diminishment?
- Chapter Six Delaware and Financial Risk
- Chapter Seven Hedge Fund Activism, Poison Pills, and the Jurisprudence of Threat
- Chapter Eight Corporate Governance beyond Economics
- Chapter Nine The Many Modern Sources of Business Law
- Chapter Ten Appraisal after <i>Dell</i>
- Chapter Eleven <i>Boilermakers</i> and the Contractual Approach to Litigation Bylaws
- Chapter Twelve Litigation Rights and the Corporate Contract
- Chapter Thirteen Private Ordering Post-<i>Trulia</i>
- Chapter Fourteen International Compliance Regimes
- The Corporate Contract in Changing Times
Leo E. Strine
- University of Chicago Press
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