9780199687978

Minority Shareholders Law, Practice, and Procedure

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    9780199687978

  • ISBN10:

    0199687978

  • Edition: 5th
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2015-03-22
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Author Biography


Victor Joffe QC, Barrister, Temple Chambers,David Drake, Barrister, Serle Court,Giles Richardson, Barrister, Serle Court,Daniel Lightman, Barrister, Serle Court,Tim Collingwood, Barrister, Serle Court

Victor Joffe QC is a barrister based at Temple Chambers in Hong Kong. He specialises in corporate law relating to shareholder and internal disputes, corporate governance, protection of minority rights, directors' duties, and derivative actions.

David Drake is a barrister based at Serle Court in London and has a broad commercial chancery practice.

Giles Richardson is a barrister based at Serle Court in London. His practice encompasses a wide range of commercial and chancery disputes.

Daniel Lightman is a barrister based at Serle Court in London specialising in civil fraud, commercial litigation, professional negligence, and company law.

Timothy Collingwood is a barrister based at Serle Court in London. He has a broad commercial and chancery practive and extensive experience of claims concerned breaches of duty, and of shareholder disputes.

Table of Contents


Introduction
1. Directors' Duties, David Drake
2. Derivative Claims, Daniel Lightman
3. Personal Claims, Victor Joffe QC and Giles Richardson
4. Rights Conferred on Shareholders by the Companies Act 2006, Timothy Collingwood
5. Just and Equitable, Giles Richardson
6. Unfair Prejudice: The Statutory Remedy, Victor Joffe QC and Timothy Collingwood
7. Companies Act 2006, S 994 Petitions Procedure, David drake and Daniel Lightman
8. Foreign Elements, Victor Joffe QC and David Drake
Appendix 1: Forms and Payments, Tim Collingwood

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