“The decision in Sinclair v Versailles to favour the reasoning of Lister v Stubbs over A-G of Hong v Reid has substantially reduced the ambit of proprietary claims arising from a breach of fiduciary duty but in manner which fails to take into account the legitimate arguments on both sides of the debate and which […]
“When international financial institutions arbitrate: what law governs international investment arbitration.” Published in Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law Vol.27 No.10 Nov. 2012
The conflict of interest duty (Companies Act 2006, s 175) will often be of relevance where one individual is appointed to the office of director in more than one company. This article highlights two issues that may present difficulties for both directors and their advisers.
A number of recent English cases have considered the question of the circumstances in which an error as to the naming of a party to an arbitration can be corrected. The principles established are based on English law but, it is suggested, are generally applicable to international arbitrations subject to any system of law. A […]
As conservation of the environment plays an increasingly important role within society, International Law and the Environment continues to be the essential read for students and practitioners alike ISBN13: 9780198764229ISBN10: 0198764227 Published by: Oxford University Press Publication Date: February 2009
This is the first work specialising on director’s duties and liabilities to be written from the perspective of the UK Companies Bill. It focuses on issues of present day practical importance. Published by: Oxford University Press Publication Date: January 2009 ISBN13: 9780199217786 ISBN10: 0199217785
Clear and practical guidance on the complex issues that arise in commercial fraud claims for the busy practitioner. Published by: Oxford University Press ISBN13: 9780199290574ISBN10: 0199290571