An exploration of recurring issues in corporate law such as federal-state regulation, public and private distinctions, shareholder primacy, director and controlling shareholder duties, liability and indemnification of directors and officers, representative directors, dual classes of stock, poison pills and the meanings of "fairness", "good faith" and "public policy". The legal history of Ford Motor Company will provide examples for discussions. Enterprise organization is a prerequisite.
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