The volume 97, number 2, issue of Massachusetts Law
Review has been mailed to members and is now available online.
- Gaining the Advantage in Close-Corporation Disputes: Examining
Key Differences between Massachusetts and Delaware Fiduciary Duty
Law, by Ethan Z. Davis and Kurt S. Kusiak
- Case comment on Diatchenko v. District Attorney for the
Suffolk District, 466 Mass. 655 (2013), by Julianne
- Case comment on Criminal Law: New Parole Procedural Protections
for Juvenile Homicide Offenders, Diatchenko v. District
Attorney for the Suffolk District, 471 Mass. 12 (2015)
(Diatchenko II), by Peter T. Elikann
- And a book review of The Great Dissent: How Oliver Wendell
Holmes Changed His Mind -- and Changed the History of Free Speech
in America, by Peter T. Elikann
Click here to read volume 97, number 2.
NOTE: In the mailed Volume 97 No. 2 (Dec. 2015),
the article on close-corporation disputes contained an error on
page 26 at footnote 50 and in the related main text, regarding
futility as a basis for avoiding the statutory demand requirement
before bringing a derivative action. The electronic copy of this
article has been updated.