In Online Terms can be Binding, even if You don’t have to Click!, I compared the enforceability of clickwrap and browsewrap agreements. This post discusses Nguyen v. Barnes & Noble, in which the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recently examined notice requirements for browsewrap agreements to be enforced.
Plaintiff Nguyen filed a class action lawsuit against Barnes & Noble because it had cancelled his online order for a Hewlett-Packard Touchpad tablet computer. (more…)
This post is based on a question that I answered recently both for a client and on Quora. Q. Do corporate directors’ voting rights depend on the number of shares they own?
A. No. Board members typically have equal voting rights. However, some states allow directors to have unequal voting rights. See, e.g., Delaware General Corporation Law Section 141(d).
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