Hannigan and Prentice: The Companies Act 2006

Commentary

Hannigan and Prentice: The Companies Act 2006 - A Commentary covers some of the most far-reaching changes in company law for more than 150 years. This timely and practical guide to the new Act provides guidance on the key wide-ranging reforms of the new regime in an accessible format, using bullet points, checklists, the new Table A and core precedents, plus more detailed commentary.

Written by an experienced, respected and successful author team, this title truly contains all you need to know about the new Companies Act.

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Second Edition, August 2009

UPDATE INFORMATION
1. Introduction/overview of the Act
2. Company constitution
3. Duties of directors
4. The derivative claim an invitation to litigate?
5. Accounts and audit
6. Communications & meetings
7. Share capital and maintenance
8. Takeovers

Contributors

Brenda Hannigan , MA, LLM, Solicitor, Professor of Corporate Law, University of Southampton Editor
Dan Prentice , MA, LLB, JD, Barrister, Erskine Chambers, Allen & Overy, Professor of Corporate Law in the University of Oxford, Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford Editor