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Korean Business Law

Edited by: Hwa-Jin Kim

ISBN13: 9781781003398
Published: August 2012
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £85.00



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This book is a detailed overview of the corporate and financial laws of Korea and analyzes current issues within those fields from both academic and practical perspectives, providing a unique tool for understanding Korean law in a business and financial context.

The approach of the book is two-fold. On the one hand the book offers valuable insight into the fundamental principles of Korean business law, and landmark cases in the field. On the other hand there is extensive analysis of more recent developments and of current issues raised by recent court cases.

The book combines coverage of Korean corporate law and Korean financial law and includes detailed examination of corporate law issues such as director liability, minority shareholder protection, and the dynamic practice area of mergers and acquisitions, and of financial law topics, including private equity, structured finance and foreign financial institutions.

A rich and extensive resource with insight from leading scholars and practitioners, Korean Business Law will be of great benefit both to lawyers who have clients with business interests in Korea, and to scholars of international corporate law and governance.

Subjects:
Other Jurisdictions , Asia
Contents:
Preface
1. Directors' Duties and Liabilities in Korean Companies Hwa-Jin Kim and Sung-Joon Park
2. Shareholder Suits and Outside Director Liability: The Case of Korea Bernard Black, Michael Klausner and Brian Cheffins
3. New Squeeze-out Devices as a Part of Corporate Law Reform in Korea Hyeok-Joon Rho
4. Monitoring of Corporate Groups by Independent Directors A.C. Pritchard
5. Piercing of the Corporate Veil in Korea Eun Young Shin and In Yeung J. Choi
6. The Range and Scope of Accounting Books and Records Tony DongWook Kang
7. Recent Trends in Regulatory Control of Foreign Financial Institutions' Cross- Border Business Involving Korea Hyunjoo Oh
8. Recent Regulatory Developments Regarding ABS in Korea Kyung Hwa Moon
9. Private Equity in Korea: History, Industry and Policy Hwa-Jin Kim and Alice Chen
10. Private Equity in Korea: Legal Issues Hee Jeu Kang and Hyun Kim
11. The Market for Corporate Control in Korea Hwa-Jin Kim
12. Issuance of New Shares as a Defensive Mechanism Against Hostile Takeover Sang Gon Kim Index