This book comprises essays on topics of continuing relevance, by a field of eminent authors. Examples of issues discussed include: whether parent companies are liable for the debts of their subsidiaries (Eisenberg); problems arising when a corporate group member becomes insolvent (O'Donovan); problems arising on the collapse of groups, from a judicial perspective (Justice Rogers); problems for directors arising from conflicts of interest between the director's company and the group as a whole (Redmond); liability of directors of entities within groups (Austin); problems for tort creditors (Carroll), outside shareholders (Gillooly) and shareholders in the parent company (Redmond); and a cost analysis of different structures for managing an enterprise's various activities.
"The book represents an important contribution to the company law literature, which company law practitioners, as well as academics, will find of great use. ... I commend the book to all lawyers working in the field of company law." - Law Council of Australia - Business Law Section Newsletter
Number Of Pages: 280
Published: May 1993
Publisher: Federation Press
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 14.61 x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.45