May 14, 2020

Model Nonprofit Corporation Act

Model Nonprofit Corporation Act

Changes in the Model Nonprofit Corporation Act-Miscellaneous and Technical Amendments
      Model Nonprofit Corporation Act Subcommittee, committee on Nonprofit Organizations, ABA Section of Business Law, 67(2): 473 - 490 (February 2012)
After briefly discussing the development of insider trading law, this Article analyzes the fiduciary duty theory, the concept of a temporary insider, and the misappropriation theory. It examines two, diametrically opposed positions that the law could take under section 10(b) and rule 10b-5: (i) to impose liability whenever anyone intentionally uses misappropriated, nonpublic information to purchase or sell securities or (ii) to impose liability only when an insider breaches a fiduciary duty in acquiring material nonpublic information that is used in connection with the purchase or sale of securities.

Adoption of Changes to the Model Nonprofit Corporation Act - Miscellaneous and Technical Amendments
      Model Nonprofit Corporation Act Subcommittee, committee on Nonprofit Organizations, ABA Business Law Section, 68(3): 821-838 (July 2013)

Changes in the Model Nonprofit Corporation Act—Miscellaneous and Technical Amendments
      Model Nonprofit Corporation Act Subcommittee, committee on Nonprofit Organizations, ABA Business Law Section, 69(3): 799-822 (May 2014)

Adoption of Changes to the Model Nonprofit Corporation Act— Miscellaneous and Technical Amendments
     Model Nonprofit Corporation Act Subcommittee, committee on Nonprofit Organizations, ABA Business Law Section; 70(2): 467-488 (Spring 2015)