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Fiduciary Duties: Meinhard v. Salmon

The classic rhetoric of Cardozo in Meinhard v Salmon hides a delicate economic intuition justifying broad fiduciary obligations. This lesson parses closely the text of the dissent and the majority to recognize the idiosyncratic facts that make this a pivotal case. The focus is on the economic ramifications of Cardozo's choice.

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2.5 hours
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