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Blumberg on Corporate Groups, Second Edition by Nicholas L. Georgakopoulos ,Phillip A. Blumberg ,Kurt A. Strasser ,Eric J. Gouvin Blumberg on Corporate Groups, Second Edition by Nicholas L. Georgakopoulos ,Phillip A. Blumberg ,Kurt A. Strasser ,Eric J. Gouvin

Blumberg on Corporate Groups, Second Edition

By Phillip A. Blumberg, Kurt A. Strasser, Nicholas L. Georgakopoulos, Eric J. Gouvin
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Blumberg on Corporate Groups, Second Edition, a five-volume treatise, provides a comprehensive treatment of corporate groups and the legal interrelationships of their component parent, subsidiary, and affiliated companies. It focuses on the core issue in the modern law of corporate groups: the choice between the recent trends in enterprise liability and the more traditional approach of treating each subsidiary as a separate legal entity. Traditional corporation law and "piercing the veil" no longer provide adequate guides to the law of parent and subsidiary corporations. In numerous areas, courts and legislatures are today allocating legal rights and liabilities according to modern enterprise principles. Blumberg's ground-breaking analysis of the law of corporate groups with thousands of cases and detailed review of major regulatory areas provides the bench, the bar, and the academy with a comprehensive review of the new legal principles at work.

Blumberg on Corporate Groups, Second Edition, is the successor to The Law of Corporate Groups, written by lead author Phillip I. Blumberg, who created and defined this field of law. Since most modern large business enterprises, including multi-national corporations, typically consist of a group of subsidiary corporations owned by a common parent, it is important for business people and attorneys to understand this legal topic, especially given the recent attention placed on corporate governance practices.

This treatise provides an encyclopedic examination and analysis of the interrelationships of the component parts of a corporate group (parent, subsidiary & affiliate companies) across the full spectrum of the law, procedural and substantive, statutory and common law, during solvency and bankruptcy. It offers in-depth coverage of both statutory and case law (federal and state) discussing thousands of cases and providing detailed review of all major business regulatory areas. 

The Second Edition covers all the legal areas relevant to corporate groups' issues: 
• Jurisdiction and Procedure
• Tort, Contract, and Property
• Labor law
• Banking, Insurance, and Financial Services
• Bankruptcy
• Environmental law
• Franchising and Licensing
• Health Care
• Public Utility Regulation
• Foreign Trade law

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Last Updated 04/06/2021
Update Frequency Semi-annually
Product Line Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S.
ISBN 9780735542068
SKU 10046289-7777
Publish Frequency Semi-annually
Product Line Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S.
SKU 000000000010071726
Table of Contents


  • Part I - Introduction to Corporate Groups
  • Part II - Common Law Veil - Piercing Theory
  • Part III - Jurisdiction, Practice and Procedure


  • Part IV - Substantive Common Law (Contracts, Torts, Property, Conflicts of Law)
  • Part V - Bankruptcy


  • Part VI - General Statutory Law
  • Part VII - Enterprise Statutes


  • Part VIII - World Trade and Enterprise Regulation


  • Part IX - Franchising and Other Relational Law (Successors, Licensors, Subcotnractors)

Table of Cases

Table of Statutes