orporate Meetings Law and Practice
Détails du Produit
0-459-56772-1
Supplemented book
$610 per supplement (7-9 per year). Supplements invoiced separately.
3 volume looseleaf, filed to date, with 2 months free service
3-Ring Binder
1992-10-01
Carswell

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Corporate Meetings Law and Practice
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Description
A legal text on the meetings of shareholders and directors in Canada. It is a guide to the legal principles relating to the preparation for and the conduct of any corporate meeting. You’ll gain easy access to legal information on virtually any problem that could arise before, during or following a meeting. You get vital information on • contested meetings • quorum requirements • voting rights • notice and disclosure requirements • proxies • shareholder proposals • meeting procedures. Corporate Meetings Law and Practice provides comprehensive national coverage of the law governing shareholders’ and directors’ meetings.
À propos de l'auteur
Hartley Nathan, Q.C. is a partner in the Toronto firm of Minden, Gross, Grafstein, Greenstein.
Mihkel Voore, is a partner at Stikeman Elliott LLP practising in the corporate and securities law areas specializing in public M&A, corporate finance (including infrastructure finance), corporate governance, reorganizations and contested shareholder meetings. Formerly co-Chair of the firm's Securities Law Group and Chair of the Corporate Finance Group in the Toronto office. Chaired or appeared at numerous conferences on topics such as proxy contests, shareholder meetings and communication, take-over bids and defences, securities law compliance, corporate governance, and securities offerings. Acted as legal advisor to the federal Expert Panel on Securities Regulation and as consultant to Industry Canada on revisions to the regulations under the Canada Business Corporations Act.
Kathleen Skerrett LL.B
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