Corporate Update

The Gray Edges of 'Morrison'

, New York Law Journal


John C. Coffee, Jr., the Adolf A. Berle professor of law at Columbia University Law School and director of its Center on Corporate Governance, writes: Bright line tests invariably prove both overinclusive and underinclusive. By definition, that is the nature of bright-line tests, and the Supreme Court's decision in Morrison v. National Australia Bank seems no exception. In the year since the decision was issued, a torrent of case law has followed, but the bottom line is that some uncertainty persists and some comity problems remain.

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