Kenneth M. Rosen
University of Alabama - School of Law
Alabama Law Review, Vol. 58, No. 1041, 2007
U of Alabama Public Law Research Paper No. 1000278
This essay reflects on the long and continuing significance of fiduciary duties in the law. Illustrating this significance are efforts to formalize fiduciary obligations over time and the appearance of fiduciary principles in additional areas of the law. The observations in this essay accompanied the Meador Lectures on Fiduciaries published in the Alabama Law Review. The lectures originally were presented at The University of Alabama School of Law by Professor Deborah DeMott of Duke School of Law, Professor Jill Fisch of Fordham Law School, and Professor John Langbein of Yale Law School.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 9
Keywords: Fiduciary, Business Law, Corporation, Partnership, Model Business Corporation Act, ERISA, Professional Responsibility, Trust, Agency, Legal History, Ethics, Duty of Care, Duty of Loyalty, Cardozo, Analyst, Corporate GoveranceAccepted Paper Series
Date posted: July 17, 2007
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