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Corporate Reorganization Law and Forces of Change argues that significant shifts in logics, practices, and identities in the finance and non-financial corporate fields can change the nature of the problem which corporate reorganization law is required to solve, so that corporate reorganization law is mobilized and adapted by the participants in the process in new and diverse ways. This book argues that, whichever theoretical or policy approach is engaged, these adaptations cannot all be evaluated using a single universal or fixed conceptual framework. Adopting a comparative US/UK approach, the book undertakes a detailed analysis of six forces of change which developed in the finance and non-financial corporate fields from the 1980s. It analyses the ways in which these forces of change affected the nature of the corporate reorganization case, and the new ways in which participants in the corporate reorganization process mobilized and adapted corporate reorganization law in response. It argues that it is crucial to analyse the specific adaptations of corporate reorganization law which emerged from this process of change. This demands that corporate reorganization law theorists or policy makers do not start their analysis using a conceptual framework developed in response to historical adaptations of corporate reorganization law. It is necessary, instead, to identify how dominant theoretical or policy concerns manifest themselves in the specific adaptation of corporate reorganization law which is under review and to adapt conceptual frameworks accordingly. This is a timely analysis. Just as the book is going to press, governments around the world have been forced to enact shut down measures to contain the Covid-19 threat. The book draws a distinction between adaptations of corporate reorganization law to reorganize complex, leveraged capital structures and other adaptations to reorganize a mixture of financial and other liabilities. It unpacks why it is necessary to adapt conceptual frameworks in different ways for these different types of case. This provides a way for scholars, practitioners, judges, and the legislature to think about corporate reorganization law when it is mobilized and adapted to meet the specific challenges posed for business by the Covid-19 shutdown.
Gough: Company Charges provides a definitive treatment of the nature and effect of corporate fixed and floating charge security, company charge registration and charge priorities in relation to secured, unsecured and purchase interests. The much anticipated new edition retains the familiar and comprehensive structure of the original text, whilst fully updating the content in light of all developments.
This book aims to fill a gap in the process of confrontation between the disciplines, case laws and literature of the central EU member states. In particular it aims to address the difficulty of finding sources for scholars and professionals explaining the rules and guidelines of corporate law in the different European states. The main features of the discipline of Corporate Law in Germany, England, France, Italy, Spain, Poland, Romania and the Netherlands are illustrated. The objective of the work is not only to describe the main features of the discipline, but especially to highlight the most important critical profiles, and particularly those under the scrutiny of the case law and most studied (as problematic) by the doctrine.
The 2004 Companies Act of Jamaica was an eagerly anticipated revision of the previous 1965 statute. Enacted with the aim of settling anomalies and bringing the law in line with contemporary practice, the new Act continued to be amended and updated to facilitate the ease of doing business. In Corporate Business Principles, Ffolkes Goldson provides a comprehensive overview of the current state of company law and practice and discusses the implications of the changes for businesses. From changes to the incorporation requirements and procedures, to the changes in share capital provisions and company finance, readers are given a front row seat to the dynamic nature of company law encompassed not only in the 2004 Companies Act and its amendments (2013 and 2017) but also in the Security Interests in Personal Property Act 2013 and the Insolvency Act 2014. Clearly organised into chapters covering Incorporation, Corporate Finance, Corporate Management, Complainant's Remedies and Winding Up, and reinforced and enhanced by the emerging case law - local, regional and international- Corporate Business Principles is the go-to source for company secretaries and in-house legal counsel as well as corporate practitioners and students.
The Core Text series takes the reader straight to the heart of the subject, providing a reliable and invaluable guide for students of law at all levels. Written by leading academics and renowned for their clarity, these concise texts explain the intellectual challenges of each area of the law. Company Law gives a clear and authoritative account of key principles, covering all of the essential concepts in a way that demystifies this complex area of law without oversimplification. The text also includes valuable coverage of corporate governance and theory, including the current debates surrounding these areas. Company Law provides the perfect balance between depth, concision, and accessibility.
A fully updated edition of the must-have Blue Book. With its combination of statutes, statutory instruments and the latest European legislation, this title is considered the essential reference work for corporate lawyers, accountants, company secretaries, tax advisers, regulators and students. Legislation is printed as currently in force with all amendments, repeals and revocations, providing full assurance that you are advising clients accurately.
Unsurpassed in authority, reliability and accuracy; the 2020-2021 edition has been fully revised and updated to incorporate all relevant legislation for company law courses. Blackstone's Statutes on Company Law is an abridged collection of legislation carefully reviewed and selected by Derek French. With unparalleled coverage of company law, Blackstone's Statutes on Company Law leads the market: consistently recommended by lecturers and relied on by students for exam and course use. Blackstone's Statutes on Company Law is: - Trusted: ideal for exam use - Practical: find what you need instantly - Reliable: current, comprehensive coverage - Relevant: content reviewed to match your course Online resources The accompanying online resources include video guides to reading and interpreting statutes, web links, exam tips, and an interactive sample Act of Parliament.
This casebook comprehensively surveys the legal and business issues raised by how business entities manage their capital structure. To prepare students to represent corporate issuers, institutional investors, and regulators, the casebook blends state law, federal securities regulation, accounting standards, professional responsibility norms, financial concepts, and business strategy into a practical deal perspective that emphasizes the client's funding objectives. Coverage starts with the corporate issuer's short-term liquidity, moves to notes, bonds, and mezzanine finance, and then continues down the balance sheet into equity, first common stock, then preferred, and, finally, judicial valuation of net worth. The casebook puts these issues in the context of federal regulation of securities, futures, and financial derivatives markets.
Company Law Concentrate is written and designed to help you succeed. Written by experts and covering all key topics, Concentrate guides help focus your revision and maximise your exam performance. Each guide includes revision tips, advice on how to achieve extra marks, and a thorough and focused breakdown of the key topics and cases. Revision guides you can rely on: trusted by lecturers, loved by students... I have always used OUP revision and Q&A books and genuinely believe they have helped me get better grades - Anthony Poole, law student, Swansea University The detail in this revision textbook is phenomenal and is just what is needed to push your exam preparation to the next level - Stephanie Lomas, law student, University of Central Lancashire It is a little more in-depth than other revision guides, and also has clear diagrams and teaches ways to obtain extra marks. These features make it unique - Godwin Tan, law student, University College London The concentrate revision guides stand out against other revision guides - Renae Haynes Williams, law student, Bangor University The exam style questions are brilliant and the series is very detailed, prepares you well - Frances Easton, law student, University of Birmingham The accompanying website for Concentrate is the most impressive I've come across - Alice Munnelly, law student, Kings College London Online Resources Packed with essential information, key cases, revision tips, exam Q&As, and more, Company Law Concentrate is also supported by extensive online resources to take your learning further (www.oup.com/lawrevision/): - Pinpoint which areas you need to concentrate on with the diagnostic test - Test your knowledge with the multiple choice questions and receive feedback on your answers - Improve your essay skills using the outline answers for guidance on what to include and how to structure your answer - Revise the facts and principles of key cases using the interactive flashcards - Learn the important terms and definitions using the interactive glossary - Explore the subject in more depth with extensive further reading recommendations - Achieve better marks following the advice on revision and exam technique by experienced examiner Nigel Foster - View the latest developments in the law from the author's Twitter feed
Well-selected and authoritative, Macmillan Core Statutes provide the key materials needed by students in a format that is clear, compact and very easy to use. They are ideal for use in exams.
This fourth edition of Business Law offers comprehensive and accessible coverage of the key aspects of business law. Established legal topics such as the English legal system, Contract, Consumer, Intellectual Property, Company and Employment Law, and emerging areas such as Health, Safety and Environmental Law are all addressed in the context of business. The work has been thoroughly updated to include all the major recent developments in business law, such as the new EU Trade Secrets Directive and case outcomes decided since the publication of the last edition. The book also discusses the impact of Brexit. In addition, the book features extensive diagrams and tables, revision summaries, reading lists, and clear key case boxes for easy reference. This book is ideal reading for undergraduate law and business studies students, while also applicable to practitioners and those with a more general interest in business law.