Company Law is a complete and accessible guide to the legal framework in which companies operate, which does not oversimplify the complex issues involved. Logically structured and with a readable style, this text includes helpful summarles for each chapter, along with case notes and exercises. New features of this popular book include discussion of corporate social responsibility and the relationship between corporations and human rights, new Key Words' at the start of each chapter to introduce key definitions, and hot topics that analyse topical and controversial cases.
Janet Dine is Professor of International Economic Law at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies at the Queen Mary University of London, UK. She has lectured in Law at the University of Essex, Guildhall University and King's College London.
Table of Contents
Preface; Table of Cases; Table of Statues and Directives; The Reasons for Forming Companies; Starting a Company; Corporate Personality; The Memorandum of Association; The Articles of Association; Promoters; Public Issue of Securities; The Regulation of Investment Business; Maintenance of Capital; The Balance of Power Inside the Company: Corporate Governance; Directors' Duties; Statutory Duties of Directors; Suing the Company, Suing for the Company, Enforcing Directors' Duties; Shares; Lending Money and Securing Loans; Takeovers, Reconstructions and Amalgamations; Insolvency and Corporate Rescue; The Effect of the EU on English Company Law; The New Company Laws of Eastern Europe; Transglobal Corporations and World Development; Bibliography and Further Reading; Index
Company Law by Janet Dine
Palgrave Law Masters
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