Kershaw: Company Law in Context: Text and Materials 2e
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Tables 8.1 and 8.2 from working paper: ‘How Does UK and US CEO Pay Measure Up’ by Martin Conyon and G Sadler (2005), reproduced by permission of the authors.
Table 5.1 showing Marks and Spencer shareholder structure from Annual Report 2008, reproduced by permission of Marks and Spencer plc.
Figures 8.1, 8.2 & 8.3 from Executive Compensation: FTSE 100 Review of the Year 2008, reproduced by permission of Price Waterhouse Coopers LLC.
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Extract from Independent Auditor’s Report to the member of Vodafone Group plc (2007/2008) reproduced by permission of Vodafone Group plc and Deloitte LLP.
J Armour and D Skeel: from ‘Who writes the rules for Hostile Takeovers, and Why? - The peculiar divergence of UK and UK Takeover Regulation’, 95 Georgetown Law Journal 1727 (2007), reproduced by permission of the authors.
John Birds (ed.): from Oxford Annotated Companies Acts (OUP, 2007), reproduced by permission of Oxford University Press.
J Coffee: from ‘Regulating the Market for Corporate Control: A Critical Assessment of the Tender Offer’s Role in Corporate Government’, 84 Columbia Law Review 1145 (1984), copyright © Columbia Law Review Association, Inc, reproduced by permission of the Columbia Law Review Association, Inc via Copyright Clearance Center; and from ‘Market Failure and the Economic Case for a Mandatory Disclosure System’, 70 Virginia Law Review 717 (1984), copyright © Virginia Law Review Association, reproduced by permission of the Virginia Law Review Association.
P Davies: from ‘The Notion of Equality in European Takeover Regulation’ in J Payne and D Prentice: Takeovers in English and German Law (Hart, 2002), reproduced by permission of Hart Publishing Ltd.
F H Easterbrook and D R Fischel: from ‘Mandatory Disclosure and the Protection of Investors’, 70 Virginia Law Review 699 (1984), copyright © Virginia Law Review Association, reproduced by permission of the Virginia Law Review Association.
R Gilson and R Kraakman: from ‘Mechanisms of Market Efficiency’, 70 Virginia Law Review 549 (1984), copyright © Virginia Law Review Association, reproduced by permission of the Virginia Law Review Association.
Leonard Hoffman and Mary Arden: extracts from ‘Opinion obtained by the Accounting Standards Committee on The True and Fair View Requirement with particular reference to the role of Accounting Standards’, 13 September 1993, reproduced by permission of Lady Justice Arden.
David Kershaw: from ‘The Illusion of Importance: Reconsidering the UK’s Takeover Defence Prohibition’, 56 International Comparative Law Quarterly 267 (2007), reproduced by permission of Cambridge University Press; from ‘Evading Enron: Taking Accounting Regulation too Seriously’, 68 Modern Law Review 594 (2005), and from ‘Waiting for Enron; the Unstable Equilibrium of Auditor Independent Regulation’, 33 Journal of Law and Society 388 (2006), reproduced by permission of Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
H G Manne: from ‘Mergers and Market for Corporate Control’, 73 Journal of Political Economy 110 (1965), reproduced by permission of the publishers, the University of Chicago Press.
T I Ogowewo: from ‘The inequality of equality in takeovers’, Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation 178 (2008), reproduced by permission of the publishers, Sweet and Maxwell Ltd.
L Saigol and J Politi: from ‘Arbitrageurs line up for M&A tightrope’, Financial Times, 24.9.2004, reproduced by permission of the Financial Times.
P Shammo: from ‘Prospectus Approval System’, 7 European Business Organization Law Review 501 (2006), reproduced by permission of Cambridge University Press
T Tassell: from ‘The growing importance of arbitrage traders’, Financial Times, 27.10.2006, reproduced by permission of the Financial Times.
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