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Company Law

Twelfth Edition

Alan Dignam and John Lowry

August 2022

ISBN: 9780192865359

536 pages
Paperback
246x171mm

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Core Texts Series

Price: £37.99

Provides the perfect balance between depth, succinctness, and accessibility; demystifying complex areas of law.

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Description

Company Law provides a succinct and accessible account of the law, demystifying complex topics without over-simplifying. The book focuses on key principles taught on undergraduate courses as well as exploring elements of corporate theory.

  • Condenses an extremely complex subject and focuses on core principles helping students to understand the subject without compromising on academic integrity
  • Includes analysis of corporate theory, offering students a broader contextual understanding of the evolving law
  • Includes a strong pedagogical structure with i) chapter introductions - enabling students to orientate themselves within the various aspects of company law; ii) further reading - providing avenues for further study; iii) self-test questions - reinforcing learning, supporting revision, and assisting with examination recall
  • Also available as an e-book with functionality, navigation features, and links that offer extra learning support

About the Author(s)

Alan Dignam, Professor of Corporate Law, Queen Mary, University of London, and John Lowry, Emeritus Professor of Commercial Law, University College London and Visiting Professor of Commercial Law, University of Hong Kong

Table of Contents

    PART I: Fundamental Principles
    1:Introduction to company law
    2:Corporate personality and limited liability
    3:Lifting the veil
    4:Promoters and pre-incorporation contracts
    5:Raising capital: equity and its consequences
    6:Raising capital: debentures: fixed and floating charges
    PART II: Behind the Corporate Veil
    7:Share capital
    8:The constitution of the company: dealing with insiders
    9:Classes of shares and variation of class rights
    10:Derivative claims
    11:Statutory shareholder remedies
    PART III: Issues of Corporate Authority
    12:The constitution of the company: dealing with outsiders
    13:Corporate management
    14:Directors' duties
    15:Corporate governance 1: corporate governance and corporate theory
    16:Corporate governance 2: the UK corporate governance debate
    17:Corporate rescue and liquidations in outline

Reviews

"It is an excellent resource. It is on my list of essential textbooks for company law...students find it incredibly useful" - Dr Shalini Perera, Queen Mary, University of London

"A very useful, clear, and easy-to-follow book covering all relevant topics." - Professor Irene-marié Esser, University of Glasgow

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Digital formats and resources

This edition is available for students and institutions to purchase in a variety of formats.

The e-book offers a mobile experience and convenient access along with functionality tools, navigation features, and links that offer extra learning support: www.oxfordtextbooks.co.uk/ebooks

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