In April Mark Kimball will travel to Budapest, Hungary to teach a two-week intensive course to European law students at the Eötvös Loránd University. This is the second time Mark has taught at the university as a visiting professor. The Faculty of Law and Political Sciences at Eötvös Loránd was founded in 1667 as the first school to teach law at the university level in Hungary. The course Mark will teach gives an overview of the corporate structures used in the United States, how corporate shields are used to limit liability of business owners, the duties, rights and fiduciary obligation of managers, directors and officers, the legal philosophy behind the business judgment rule and how courts apply it in real world situations, and the tax implications of various corporate structures. Additional information regarding the course can be found here. Information regarding the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences can be found here.