The Law of Limited Liability Partnerships is the leading text on this popular corporate vehicle. Containing penetrating analysis of problem areas, as well as practical guidance, it comprehensively sets out the law of limited liability partnerships in England and Wales. This fourth edition has been brought completely up to date and includes new chapters on employment and worker status (2012 Court of Appeal decision in Tiffin v. Lester Aldridge LLP; and 2014 Supreme Court decision in Bates van Winkelhof v. Clyde & Co LLP), and discrimination and whistleblower protection as it affects LLPs. This new edition also contains commentary on recent case law including: Flanagan v Liontrust Investment Partners LLP in relation to the application of the doctrine of repudiation; F&C Alternative Investments (Holdings) Limited v. Francois Barthelemy and others in relation to members' duties; Inversiones Frieira SL v. Colyzeo Investors II LP and Hilton v. D IV LLP in relation to partners'/members' rights to access information; and Reinhard v Ondra LLP in relation to the formation of LLP agreements.
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About the Author
John Whittaker (now Consultant Editor) was a barrister at leading chancery/commercial chambers Serle Court until his retirement.John Machell QC is a barrister at leading chancery/commercial chambers Serle Court.He has a broad commercial chancery practice, and particular experience of large-scale litigation involving fiduciary duties, fraud and trusts, particularly with an international dimension.He is regarded as one of the leading partnership and LLP silks and has experience of a wide range of both contentious and non-contentious matters across the whole range of business sectors. An increasing part of his work involves issues arising from the use of partnerships and LLPs in hedge fund and private equity structures; in international commercial group structures; and as part of wealth planning strategies.John also now acts as an arbitrator and as an expert pursuant to expert determination agreements; and has conducted internal inquiries on professional conduct and other matters for firms of solicitors."A very highly regarded silk with a strong commercial chancery practice, who is a recognised expert on partnership cases" - Chambers & Partners 2015