In Corporations, Introduction to Law Series, Second Edition, students benefit from the same expertise trusted by attorneys practicing corporate law. As the names behind one of the foremost corporate law references, these authors bring unmatched insight and authority to the introductory text. Their analysis of major cases sets the standard for the field. Their scholarship clarified the larger economic and policy issues underlying corporate law. At the same time, their clear, succinct, explanations make this text readily accessible to beginning law students with no business or economic background. Written by two of the field's leading authorities, this definitive text offers:a superb introduction to corporate law providing authoritative coverage of the standard course topics, terminology, and cases - along with insightful discussions of related economic, theoretical, and policy issues where appropriatean accessible presentation by noted scholars combining the expertise and case analyses of two leading authorities in an introductory text requiring no business or economics background The 2003 edition has been thoroughly updated to include:new and updated coverage throughout, with recent cases new discussions of unincorporated forms of business, insightful explanations of such news-making issues as corporate governance and director liabilities, and coverage of LLCs and LLPsThomas Lee Hazen is the author of 'Corporations (Introduction to Law Series)', published 2003 under ISBN 9780735525986 and ISBN 0735525986.