About David K. Millon
David Millon is the J.B. Stombock Professor of Law at Washington and Lee University. A highly respected scholar in the areas of corporate law and legal history, Millon has written about some of the most pressing issues of the day, from corporate social responsibility to the Enron collapse to the law and politics of hostile takeover regulation.
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Articles & Essays (41)
Comment on the proposed definition of “eligible organization” for purposes of Coverage of Certain Preventative Services Under the Affordable Care Act Faculty Scholarship (2014)
In late August 2014, after suffering a defeat in the Supreme Court Hobby Lobby decision when the Court held that business corporations are “persons” that can “exercise religion,” the Department of Health and Human Services ...
Piercing the Corporate Veil, Financial Responsibility, and the Limits of Limited Liability Emory Law Journal (2007)
Veil-piercing is the most heavily litigated issue in corporate law, yet legal doctrine in this area is notoriously incoherent. In this article, I argue that the only way to make sense of veil-piercing is through ...
Recalling Why Corporate Officers are Fiduciaries William & Mary Law Review (2005)
For all the recent federal attention to regulating - and differentiating - corporate officer and director functions, a curious fact remains: state fiduciary duty law makes no distinction between the fiduciary duties of these two ...