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A New Liability Regime For Corporate Reporting
Now that the Companies Act has received Royal Assent, we look afresh at the corporate reporting requirements for listed companies and consider to what extent these new requirements give effect to the EU legislation which lies behind many of them. We also consider the vulnerability of directors to cross border claims against directors of UK companies.
UK
4 Jan 2007
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Directors’ and Officers’ Liability Review: Spring 2006
In Autumn 2001 we devoted an edition of this Review to a detailed examination of the then recently published final proposals of the Company Law Reform (‘CLR’) steering group. At the time of the CLR proposals, no one imagined that it would then take another four and a half years for a new Companies Bill to be introduced into Parliament. Along the way, much has happened to alter the liability landscape for directors and therefore the precise shape of these further reforms.
UK
 
19 Apr 2006
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Shareholder Successfully Claims For Loss In Share Value
In the Margaretic case, a shareholder successfully argued his case against the administrators of a company for his claim of losses suffered by him as a result of depreciation of the value of his shares.
UK
4 Apr 2006
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Sarbanes-Oxley:The US Experience and the UK Reaction
What lessons can we learn from the US experience of this legislation to date, and to what extent should directors and their insurers fear or welcome recent UK and European attempts to address these issues?
UK
11 Aug 2004
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ICSA Guidance on Board Committees
The Combined Code on Corporate Governance (the "Combined Code") stipulates that certain matters should be delegated to board committees, principally nomination, remuneration and audit committees
UK
8 Apr 2004
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