Robinson Bradshaw Releases Updates on NC Corporation LawPDF
Robinson Bradshaw recently updated Robinson on North Carolina Corporation Law to reflect changes to corporate law in the state. This premier treatise provides extensive coverage of the business corporation, limited liability company and nonprofit corporation statutes in North Carolina.
The updates to Robinson on North Carolina Corporation Law include amendments to the North Carolina Business Corporation Act covering charter provisions and company reorganization procedures. Other revisions include:
- legislation validating North Carolina as the exclusive forum for disputes covering a corporation’s internal affairs;
- recent case decisions on how a case’s circumstances and facts affect piercing of the corporate veil;
- requirements for service of process on domestic entities;
- and Business Court decisions addressing derivative action statute and LLC statute issues.
Robinson on North Carolina Corporation Law was authored by firm founder Russell M. Robinson II, known statewide as the leading authority on business corporation law. In 2014, a team of Robinson Bradshaw attorneys, led by Benjamin W. Baldwin, resumed editing and updating the book after several years of Duke University School of Law managing those duties.