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This article deals, from a common law perspective, with the application of the law of agency to company transactions. The article focusses on the modifications made in the law of agency by company law rules such as the constructive notice and indoor management doctrines. It highlights the...
This is the second part of a two part article describing the new UK Companies Act. The first part has been published in ECFR 2008, 48 et seq. This part continues with the analysis of the main changes and areas of controversy, including the implementation of the European Directives on takeovers...
PIPEs allow to raise equity in a quick, confidential, secure, flexible and cost-effective way. Companies that typically have recourse to PIPE financing are not in a position to proceed to a rights offering which would be likely to fail because of the difficult market environment, or they are not...
The Greek Sea Trading Company does not fall within the scope of the EU Company Law Directives. However, this type of company has in common with the capital companies subject to the secondary EU Company Law (stock corporation, limited liability company) that it offers no safeguards to third...
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