Delayering Corporate Law

Corporate law has become unnecessarily complicated. Despite the proliferation of laws, problems fester and scandals erupt. Something is wrong. This Article seeks to delayer corporate law—to strip it down to its essence—and after doing so, offer concrete suggestions for reform. It is a first step toward a new minimalist architecture for corporate law.

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