Company Law

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Oxford University Press, Aug 13, 2018 - Law - 832 pages
Company Law brings clarity and sophisticated analysis to the ever-changing landscape of company law. Hannigan captures the dynamism of the subject, places the material in context, highlights its relevance and topicality, and guides students through all the major areas studied at undergraduate level.

The book is divided into five distinct sections covering corporate structure (including legal personality and constitutional issues), corporate governance (including directors' duties and liabilities), shareholders' rights and remedies (including powers of decision-making and shareholder engagement), corporate finance (including share and loan capital), and corporate rescue and restructuring (including liabilities arising on insolvency).

The author's accessible writing style and comprehensive approach to the subject makes this an idea textbook for students of company law.

 

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Contents

Table of legislation
xl
Table of European legislation
lxii
PART I The Corporate Structure
1
PART II Corporate GovernanceDirectors Roles and Responsibilities
121
PART III Corporate GovernanceShareholders Rights and Remedies
407
PART IV Corporate FinanceShare and Loan Capital
583
PART V Corporate Liquidation
701
Index
743
Copyright

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About the author (2018)


Brenda Hannigan, Head of Southampton Law School and Professor of Corporate Law, University of Southampton

Brenda Hannigan is the Head of Southampton Law School and Professor of Corporate Law.
Her principal research interests lie in company and insolvency law, particularly in the areas of directors' duties and shareholder remedies, corporate governance, board roles and responsibilities, and shareholder engagement.

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