Blumberg, Phillip Irvin
BLUMBERG, Phillip Irvin.
BLUMBERG, Phillip Irvin. American, b. 1919. Genres: Law. Career: Professor Emeritus of Law and Business and Dean Emeritus, University of Connecticut School of Law, 1989- (Dean, 1974-84; Professor, 1984-89). Trustee emeritus, Connecticut Bar Foundation; professor of law, Boston University School of Law, 1966-74; formerly, Chairman, Finance Committee, Federated Development Co. (formerly Federated Mortgage Investors), NYC: Chairman, Executive Committee, Excess and Treaty Reinsurance Corp. Publications: Corporate Responsibility in a Changing Society, 1972; The Megacorporation in American Society: The Scope of Corporate Power, 1975; The Law of Corporate Groups: Procedure, 1983; The Law of Corporate Groups: Bankruptcy, 1985; The Law of Corporate Groups: Substantive Common Law, 1987; The Law of Corporate Groups: General Statutory Law, 1989; The Law of Corporate Groups: Specific Statutory Law, 1992; The Multinational Challenge to Corporation Law: The Search for a New Corporate Personality, 1993; The Law of Corporate Groups: State Statutory Law, 1995; The Law of Corporate Groups: Enterprise Liability, 1998. Address: University of Connecticut Law School, 65 Elizabeth St, Hartford, CT 06105-2290, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]
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