"Iconic Cases in Corporate Law" gathers together in one book the most important (iconic) cases in U.S. corporate law. Each chapter features one case, or a pair or trilogy of closely related cases that represents the classic, representative and historically important cases in various areas of corporate law. These are the classic cases with which every student and practitioner of corporate law should be familiar. It seems appropriate that important research and new insights about these cases be brought together. Read from cover-to-cover the book provides a very useful introduction into U.S. corporate law. Each chapter also can be read individually in order to provide new insights, not only about particular cases but also about whole bodies of law including insider trading, shareholder voting, fiduciary duties and the business judgment rule.