Company Law

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Oxford University Press, 2019 - Corporation law - 713 pages
Lee Roach's Company Law is a thoroughly modern textbook; written with exceptional clarity, the reader is effortlessly led through the complexities of the law.

Core principles are fully explained and explored, and consistently linked with fascinating, lively examples of the law in action. These frequent examples are designed to pique students' interest and ensure that they appreciate the vital importance of an effective, efficient system of company law.

While focused fully on discussing law and legal issues, the book also responds to modern critiques of corporate regulation by linking the legal issues to debates around corporate governance. The student is therefore given the complete picture: both how companies are regulated and why company law is so essential.

Online Resources

Extensive online resources provide significant additional support including:

- Bonus chapter on insider dealing and market abuse
- Practice questions and answers
- Multiple choice questions
- Further reading
- Twitter feed (@UKCompanyLaw) and blog from the author (

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About the author (2019)

Lee Roach, Senior Lecturer, University of Portsmouth

Lee Roach is Senior Lecturer at Portsmouth University. He is the author of a number of student-focused books, including Commercial Law by Baskind, Osborne, and Roach, Card & James' Business Law by Roach, and the Company Law Concentrate revision guide.

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