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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Company Directors: Duties, Liabilities and Remedies

Edited by: Simon Mortimore
Price: £225.00

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International Corporate Law: V. 1

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Edited by: Fiona Macmillian

ISBN13: 9781841130378
ISBN: 1841130370
Published: February 2000
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Format: Hardback
Price: £120.00



The International Corporate Law series is dedicated to the publication of scholarly writing on issues in the area of international and comparative corporate law. Each volume is divided into two parts. The first part contains essays focusing on theoretical issues in corporate law, comparative corporate law topics, or supranational issues in corporate law. The second part of the volume contains selected short country reports.

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Contents:
Part 1: The role of the state in corporate law formation, Gregory A. Mark; public beginnings, private ends - should corporate law privelege the interests of shareholders?, Jennifer Hill; scenes from a wharf - containing the morality of coporate law, Peta Spender; directors' liabilities to third parties, Mitsumasa Tanabe; protecting minority and public interests in Nigerian company law - the Corporate Affairs Commission asa corporations ombudsman, Ameze Guobadia; the current US tax controversy over international hybrid entities, Keith E. Engel; environmental challenges for Japanese corporations in the twenty-first century - aspects of environmental risk management, Junko Ueda; takeover bids in Japan, Mami Sakaue; legitimating global corporate power, Fiona MacMillan.
Part 2 Country reports: Australia - Australia and the UK on the quest for best corporate governance practice, Fiona Ellett; Japan - Japan's current move toward corporate statutory reform - is it a breakthrough to a new era?, Junko Ueda; Nigeria - improving Nigeria's investment climate, C.O. Okonkwo; United Kingdom - recent developments in UK company law, D. R. MacDonald.