Principles of Takeover Regulation

Hardcover | April 23, 2016

byDavid Kershaw

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Providing a clear and comprehensive exposition of takeover law in the UK, this book analyses the principles behind the Takeover Code, explaining the origin, effect, and operation of the rules and regulation with reference to practice and theory. Set in an economic context, the book includes coverage of the jurisprudence of the Takeover Panel, and includes comparative coverage of relevant aspects of US takeover law. This book offers an in-depth understanding of takeover regulation while also providing a degree of context and background tomake sense of the regulation. A thoughtful explanation of takeover law with a unique comparative element, this is a valuable resource for the field of takeover law.

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Providing a clear and comprehensive exposition of takeover law in the UK, this book analyses the principles behind the Takeover Code, explaining the origin, effect, and operation of the rules and regulation with reference to practice and theory. Set in an economic context, the book includes coverage of the jurisprudence of the Takeover...

David Kershaw is Professor of Law at the London School of Economics.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:360 pagesPublished:April 23, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199659559

ISBN - 13:9780199659555

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Table of Contents

1. The Market for Corporate Control: Concepts and Context2. Deal Structures3. Origins: The Creation of the Takeover Code4. The Modern Takeover Code and Takeover Panel5. The Pre-offer Dance and Announcement6. The Voluntary Offer7. Deal Risk: Bid Conditionality and Deal Protections8. The Mandatory Bid9. Timetable and Disclosure10. Regulating Board Discretion: Directors' Duties11. Hostile Takeovers and the Non-Frustration Rule