This well-established and authoritative work is the most detailed reference source on the law relating to minority shareholders. As more and more legal emphasis is put on corporate governance, and as the influence of shareholder activism continues to grow, practitioners increasingly need a source of up-to-date and detailed information on the rights and remedies available to the minority. This is the only book to focus on this increasingly topical and important subject. This sixth edition features a new chapter on share purchase orders and valuation. There is expanded coverage of the relevant non-UK authorities, including cases from Hong Kong, Singapore, the British Virgin Islands, and Cayman. There is also more detailed analysis of shareholder agreements and related developments in contract law relevant to minority shareholders (e.g., arguments around implied terms and good faith). The new edition also covers significant developments in case law, such as Eclairs Group Ltd v JKX Oil&Gas plc.
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About the Author
Victor Joffe QC is a barrister formerly based at Serle Court in London, now 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 QC 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 practice and extensive experience of claims concerned breaches of duty, and of shareholder disputes.
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