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Corporate Opportunity Doctrine and Interested Director Transactions: A Framework for Analysis in an Attempt to Restore Predictability

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05/01/1999
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Corporate Governance

In this article, Eric G. Orlinsky, chair of the Private Equity/Venture Capital Practice, writes about the distinction between “interested director” transactions and “corporate opportunities” transactions and how corporations can best handle conflict of interest transactions.