My previous post listing my favorite books in corporate governance turned out to be fairly popular. A few readers suggested however that my list contained few books that a practitioner would find useful in day to day practice. I don’t know whether that’s true, but I will accept that my list had an academic focus. Here is a list of my ten favorite books with a practioner focus. Most of them are treatises. What’s missing is the “Guide to Dodd-Frank” although I am sure someone will publish that once the implementing regulations are completed. Until then, of course, your best bet to understand the corporate governance implications of Dodd-Frank is to read Defending Against Shareholder Proxy Access: Delaware’s Future Reviewing Company Defenses in the Era of Dodd-Frank.
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J.W. Verret, Top Ten Books in Corporate Law (Practitioner), Truth on the Market (September 17, 2010), https://truthonthemarket.com/2010/09/17/top-ten-books-in-corporate-law-practitioner/