How Will Stakeholder Capitalism Work Alongside Delaware Corporate Law?

Inside Americas Boardrooms
To many observers, Delaware corporate law appears to be founded on shareholder-centric philosophies. As companies and board members transition to more stakeholder-centric structures, this could prove to be a challenge.

In this episode, Randy Holland, former Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court and Senior of Counsel with Wilson Sonsini, breaks down how Delaware corporate law and stakeholder capitalism will co-exist:

  • As companies move from shareholder-centric to stakeholder-centric business models, what potential conflicts or challenges can they expect?
  • How has stakeholder capitalism impacted the way Delaware courts view director duties?

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