The author traces and analyzes some of the more important judicial and legislative developments in the areas of corporate law and securities regulation occurring during the survey period. Among the topics discussed are the enactment of the Florida General Corporation Act, interpretive decisions on venue, corporate amenability to long-arm jurisdiction, the rights and responsibilities of corporate management, the rights of shareholders, shareholder derivative actions, voluntary dissolution, the enactment of the Investor Protection Act and related interpretations of the Division of Securities, the interface between federal and state securities law, and the anti-fraud and remedial provisions of the Florida Sale of Securities Law.
Arthur R. Louv,
Developments in Florida Corporate Law and Securities Regulation,
32 U. Miami L. Rev.
Available at: http://repository.law.miami.edu/umlr/vol32/iss4/7