Company Law in Practice provides coverage of the areas of company law most likely to be encountered in practice. Containing a worked example including typical letters, witness statements, opinions and particulars of claim, students are encouraged to practise applying their legal skills in a company law context.
Company Law in Practice provides a detailed overview of the salient topics in company law which the junior practitioner is most likely to encounter in the first years of practice. Such key topics covered include the constitution of companies, share and loan capital, directors' and shareholder meetings, the role and duties of directors, shareholder protection, insolvency and compulsory winding up. An extensive worked example offers students the opportunity to apply their knowledge and refine the legal skills required to be successful in practice.
This manual is edited by Professor Stuart Sime, Barrister, BPTC Course Director, The City Law School
Table of Contents
1. Introduction ; 2. Companies proceedings ; 3. Constituion of companies ; 4. Share capital ; 5. Debentures ; 6. Decision making ; 7. Directors ; 8. Insolvency ; 9. Compulsory winding up ; 10. Advocacy in Companies Court proceedings ; 11. Shareholder protection ; 12. Just and equitable winding up ; 13. Unfair prejudice ; 14. Worked example
Company Law in Practice by The City Law School
The City Law School
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