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Smith and Keenan's Company Law, 14th edition (repost)

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Smith and Keenan's Company Law, 14th edition (repost)

Smith and Keenan's Company Law, 14th edition by Josephine Bisacre
English | ISBN: 1405846135, 1405846151 | 2009 | PDF | 640 pages | 24,5 MB

Smith and Keenan's Company Law is a clear, comprehensive and practical guide to company law ideal for those seeking to understand how company law works in real life context. Authoritative and yet accessible, the new edition has been revised and rewritten to fully incorporate the Companies Act 2006 and provides a suitably detailed guide for undergraduates studying the subject for the first time.Retaining the straight-forward, easy to understand written style of previous editions, the new author team have incorporated a number of important changes in the fourteenth edition: o Increased coverage of the constitution of the company in line with the 2006 Act o A new chapter on The Statutory Derivative Action o More detailed discussion of Minority Shareholder Protection o Greater consideration of company accounts and the auditing process o In-depth coverage of Insolvency law o Reworked introductory chapters give a clearer overview of the subject to start study o Revised and updated essay and objective mode questions at the end of each chapter Presented in a fresh colour design, the many headings guide your progress through the subject while learning features such as case summaries, chapter maps and end of chapter questions aid understanding and allow you to test how much you have learnt as you go along. A clearly cross reference appendix brings this new edition fully up to date with Scots Law. Charles Wild (PhD, MBA) is Head of the Law School and the Centre for International Law at the University of Hertfordshire.He teaches Company and Business law to LLB and non-law students, undertakes postgraduate research supervision and is widely published in the area. Stuart Weinstein (JD, MBA) is Associate Head (Professional) of the Law School at the University of Hertfordshire and is also a practicing solicitor/attorney with over twenty years practice experience in the US, UK and Korea. He regularly teaches accountants and non-lawyers in the UK and on overseas programmes throughout the world. Josephine Bisacre is a solicitor and Lecturer in Business Law in the School of Management and Languages, Heriot-Watt University.