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The Privy Council delivered their judgment today in
the case of Re Brumark, which was heard on appeal from New
Zealand and was delivered by Lord Millet.
A recent appeal from the New Zealand Court of
Appeal to the Privy Council in the case of Re Brumark(1)
could have a series of legal consequences that...
The path of the European Union's Takeover Directive
to its current status has been tortuous to say the least. It is
over 15 years...
The Court of Appeal has rejected a challenge to current takeover
practice in relation to overseas shareholders, and has endorsed
(although not without...
Historically, the financing of investment property
in the UK has been concerned with one key factor, the open market
value of the underlying...
The recent stock market downturn could cause severe indigestion for
several highly acquisitive companies. If the chief executive is
looking to make the...
The Takeover Panel (the "Panel") recently amended the Introduction
to The City Code on Takeovers and Mergers (the "Code"). These
amendments reflect certain...
Update: The FSA recently released the following
Consultation and Policy Papers:
CP 89: 'Grandfathering Concessions and Individual
Guidance': This CP...
We have been warned...
The creator of Morse can relax. He is not, after
all, to be challenged in the suspense stakes by the authors of last
The Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000 has
introduced provisions into the Companies Act 1985 which, with
effect from 16th February...
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