The Model Business Corporation Act Annotated, Fifth Edition, is an invaluable resource for understanding developments under the MBCA, the general corporation statute for 30+ states and the source of many provisions in the general corporation’s statutes of states that have entirely adopted it. The annotation is created by the ABA Business Law Section’s Corporate Laws Committee, which promulgates the MBCA. In this conversation, Jonathan C. Lipson of the Corporate Laws Committee explains the development and uses of the annotation, which surveys “all of the important case law, all the important analysis of each provision of this Model Act,” as well as the comprehensive, searchable online site that accompanies purchases of the four-volume set available from the ABA.
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Jonathan C. Lipson
Jonathan C. Lipson is the Harold E. Kohn Professor of Law at Temple University-Beasley School of Law, where he teaches Contracts, Bankruptcy, Corporations, Commercial Law, Lawyering for Entrepreneurship, International Business Transactions, and a variety of other business law courses. Professor Lipson is a member of the American Law Institute, a Regent in the American College of Commercial Finance Lawyers, and is active with the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association where he is currently a member of its Council and, from 2011 to 2017, he was Section Content Officer.
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