Delaware’s Fall: The Arbitration Bylaws Scenario

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Posted by Lynn M. LoPucki, UCLA Law School, on Friday, May 19, 2017 Editor’s Note: Lynn M. LoPucki is Security Pacific Bank Distinguished Professor of Law at the UCLA Law School. This post is based on a recent article by Professor LoPucki, forthcoming in Delaware’s Dominance in Corporate Law (Stephen Bainbridge, ed., Cambridge University Press 2018). This post is part of the Delaware law series; links to other posts in the series are available here. Until recently, Delaware’s dominance in the ..  show all text

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