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June 08, 2004

Corporate law: what to read

For those seeking the basics of a library on corporate law and corporate governance (a field intimately bound up with securities class action litigation), Prof. Bainbridge published a set of book recommendations last fall ("The Corporate Canon", Sept. 12).

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