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Volume 38: Issue 2

Business Organizations: When "Business Purpose" Disappears

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Daniel S. Kleinberger, Foreword: Shape Shifting in the Law

J. William Callison, Nine Bean-Rows LLC: Using the Limited Liability Company to Hold Vacation Homes and Other Personal-Use Property

David S. Walker, A Consideration of an LLC for a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization

Cassady V. ("Cass") Brewer, A Novel Approach to Using LLCs for Quasi-Charitable Endeavors (a/k/a "Social Enterprise")

Daniel S. Kleinberger, Delaware Dissolves the Glue of Capitalism: Exonerating from Claims of Incompetence Those Who Manage Other People's Money

Ann E. Conaway, The Global Use of the Delaware Limited Liability Company for Socially-Driven Purposes

William H. Clark, Jr. and Elizabeth K. Babson, How Benefit Corporations are Redefining the Purpose of Business Corporations

Elizabeth S. Miller, Doctoring the Law of Nonprofit Associations with a Band-Aid or a Body Cast: A Look at the 1996 and 2008 Uniform Unincorporated Nonprofit Association Acts

 

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