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Friday, 28 September 2012

Gower & Davies' Principles of Modern Company Law Sweet & Maxwell has published the Ninth Edition of Gower & Davies' Principles of Modern Company Law edited by Professor Sarah Worthington and Professor Paul Davies (Oxford).

Gower & Davies’ Principles of Modern Company Law presents the leading text available on company law, providing clarity while covering all key areas by way of a detailed, in-depth analysis. Students, as well as those involved in company law on a day-to-day basis, can turn to Gower and Davies secure in the knowledge that it will be an interesting, thought provoking and above all understandable exposition of both law and practice.

Key benefits of this publication:

    • Gives students the comprehensive guidance they need in order to understand this complex area of law, and provides company law professionals with a reliable reference guide
    • Covers all key areas of company law by way of a detailed, in-depth analysis in one comprehensive and lucid book
    • Provides an up-to-date source which readers can rely on, incorporating the fundamental changes brought about by the Companies Act 2006
    • Discusses key case law such as Bhullar v Bhullar on corporate opportunity, Item Software v Fassihi on conflict of duty, Re Spectrum Plus on charges over book debts, Clark v Cutland on unfair prejudice, and Chaston v SWP Group on financial assistance
    • Shows how the law has recently been interpreted

For more information about this book, please refer to the S&M website. For information about this book and other publications by Professor Worthington, see her Faculty Profile.

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