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ÉditeurLexisNexis
Date de parutionMars 2024
ISBN9780433524700
Nombre de pages2692
Formatpapier
Reliurerigide
Code de produit

338.633T3.24

Canadian Business Corporations Law – Volume 3 : Shareholders, Stakeholders and their Rights and Remedies, 4th Edition


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Canadian Business Corporations Law, 4th Edition provides comprehensive coverage and analysis on the gamut of Canadian corporate law topics. Written in plain and clear language, the text discusses corporate law in the context of thousands of specific cases. The three-volume edition includes:

  • Volume 1: General Principles (sold separately)
  • Volume 2: Corporate Governance (sold separately)
  • Volume 3: Shareholders, Stakeholders and their Rights and Remedies – including inter-corporate relationships (subsidiaries, holding corporations and others), bankruptcy and insolvency, and more

The fourth edition of Kevin McGuinness’s widely cited treatise on corporate law has been fully updated to take into account the significant legislative developments and expanded case law that has been handed down since the previous edition was published in 2017. The new edition sifts through the enormous body of new material in order to identify those cases that most significantly refine, expand or otherwise modify the law, and that therefore, have the most important precedential value.

For comparative purposes, a cross section of the most significant new case law from other important common law jurisdictions – particularly, the United States, United Kingdom and Australia – is included where Canadian law most closely resembles that of the jurisdiction concerned.

What’s New In Volume 3

  • Additional content and insight from brand new co-author, Maurice Coombs. His contributions have added a valuable second perspective in relation to the hundreds of corporate law issues covered in the text
  • New chapter on Inter-Corporate Relationships: Subsidiaries, Holding Corporations, and Other Affiliated Corporate Entities
  • New Conclusion to the Text chapter, providing the reader with a thoughtful end to the entire three-volume set
  • Up-to-date key legislative changes and case law since the last edition published in 2017

Who Should Read This Book

  • Corporate Commercial Lawyers who need an in-depth understanding of all aspects of corporate law, particularly dispute resolution, corporate compliance, mergers, and remedies of shareholders, directors, and officers
  • Tax Practitioners who need an appreciation of corporation law requirements, restrictions and prohibitions when devising elaborate tax planning arrangements
  • In-house Counsel who must comply with all relevant legislation, including filings, forms, amalgamation and merger processes, and board meeting conduct
  • Solicitors who need to know how to draft a corporate charter with articles, by-laws, and unanimous shareholder agreements when setting up corporations
  • Accountants who need to understand the rules of corporate law and how to avoid liability when setting up corporations
  • Judges who are ruling on cases dealing with business corporations in Canada
  • Corporate Directors who need direction and insight on corporate governance issues

Authors

Kevin P. McGuinness, LL.B., LL.M., S.J.D., is a retired Ontario lawyer with more than 40 years’ experience in practice and was Counsel in the Crown Law Office of the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General. His principal areas of practice included corporate commercial law and debtor-creditor remedies. Previously, he taught law in Canada, England and Australia and worked in various legal capacities in both provincial and municipal government, private practice and as in-house counsel to major corporations. He is the author or co-author of more than 45 legal and related business texts published in Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States and Australia, including Canadian Business Corporations Law, 4th Edition, Canadian Civil Procedure Law, 1st and 2nd Editions and The Practitioner’s Evidence Law Sourcebook (the latter two titles with Associate Judge Linda Abrams) and the Business Corporations and Guarantee and Indemnity titles for Halsbury’s Laws of Canada.

Maurice Coombs, B.Sc., LL.B., LL.M., is a former partner at Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP and was a Senior Member of the firm’s Research Group until his retirement at the end of December 2004. Until January of 1998, he served as Chair of the firm’s Research Group, a post he held for more than 15 years. His research practice at Osler concentrated on corporate and commercial law, trust law, partnerships, conflicts of laws and similar matters. His work in pension law and pension fund and other institutional investment was particularly absorbing, and he worked extensively for various public and private sector pension funds, as well as major investment houses structuring products for pension fund investment purposes. He has lectured at and written papers for legal and professional programs held by a variety of organizations. In his earlier years, Maurice worked for some five years as a research assistant at the Ontario Law Reform Commission. In 1972, he left the Commission and joined Bertha Wilson at Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt in the research practice she established there. Since his retirement, Maurice has undertaken several freelance and contract research projects and has authored, co-authored or contributed to several Halsbury’s Laws of Canada titles, including Commercial Law I: Agency, Commercial Law II: Bills of Exchange, Banking and Finance, Bankruptcy and Insolvency, Business Corporations, Equitable Remedies, Partnerships and Real Property. More recently, he co-authored and edited Canadian Business Corporations Law, 4th ed., Volumes I, II, and III (LexisNexis Canada, 2023 and 2024).