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The law and practice of companies is undergoing great change in the 1990s. The obligations and rights of those who both manage and work for companies have been altered by statute, common law and European law. The pace of development has been relatively rapid. This book examines the legal framework of many of the most important aspects of the modern company and should be of interest to most people professionally or occupationally connected to companies lawyers with corporate clients; lawyers with trade union clients; academics with an interest in the law relating to companies, employment and business; company secretaries and directors and trade union officials.