EC Company Law by Vanessa EdwardsEC Company Law by Vanessa Edwards

EC Company Law

byVanessa Edwards

Hardcover | February 1, 1999

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In EC Company Law Vanessa Edwards makes a detailed analysis of all the adopted company law and securities Directives, namely the First, Second, Third, Fourth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Eleventh and Twelfth Company Law Directives and the Admissions, Listing Particulars, Interim Reports, PublicOffer Prospectus, Major Shareholdings and Insider Dealing Directives. She illuminates their historical context, scope, substantive effect, interpretation by the European Court of Justice and national implementation. The book also contains a thorough examination of the scope of companies freedom ofestablishment, reviewing in depth the case law of the Court of Justice on Article 52 of the EC Treaty in so far as it applies to corporate entities.
Vanessa Edwards, a qualified solicitor, is Legal Secretary in the Chambers of Advocate General Jacobs at the Court of Justice of the European Communities.
Title:EC Company LawFormat:HardcoverPublished:February 1, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:019825993X

ISBN - 13:9780198259930


Table of Contents

1. Introduction and overview of the company law harmonization programme2. The first directive3. The second directive4. The third and sixth directives5. The fourth directive6. The seventh directive7. The eighth directive8. The eleventh directive9. The twelfth directive10. Background to the securities directives11. The first stage - harmonizing the conditions of listing12. The second stage - harmonizing public offer prospectuses13. The third stage - introducing mutual recognition14. The major shareholdings directive15. The insider dealing directive16. Freedom of establishment of companies - introduction17. Secondary establishment - the case law18. Primary establishment and mutual recognition of companies19. Overview of miscellaneous draft legislation20. Conclusion and outlook

Editorial Reviews

`Reading her account makes one wonder what the extent is of the damage done by the UK to the internal financial market.'Mads Andenas, The International Journal of Banking Reg, September 1999