2017 NJ Title 14A - Corporations - Print/Online
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Commentaries and Annotations by Stuart L. Pachman
The author's commentaries focus on the case law which has developed since the adoption of Title 14A, with an emphasis on recent trends and developments around the country affecting New Jersey corporate practice. In Addition, he provides invaluable practical suggestions coming from many years of experience in corporate practice.
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