A 243 page bible of cases and materials summaries. Includes all extra cases discussed in 2011 (e.g. ASIC v Adler) and super summaries intended for quick reference in an open book exam. Structure of cases and materials summaries is as follows:
Class 1 - Introduction to 'The Corporation' and incorporating under Australian Law
Class 2 - Separate Legal Personality
Class 3 - Implications of Limited Liability
Class 4 - The Corporate Constitution and Decision Making by the Board of Directors
Class 5 - Decision making by the General Meeting
Class 6 - Theories of the Corporation
Class 7 - Contracts with Outsiders
Class 8 - Introduction to Corporate Social Responsibility
Class 10 - Director's Duty of Care
Class 11 - Director's Duty to Act in Good Faith and for Proper Purposes
Class 12 - Directors' Duty to Avoid Conflicts
Class 13 - Director's Duty not to make secret profits
Class 14 - Statutory Disclosure Obligations and Related Party Transactions
Class 15 - The Duty to Prevent Insolvent Trading
Class 16&17 - Shareholders' remedies
Class 18 - Winding up
Class 19 - Corporate Regulation and the Role of ASIC
Class 20 - Review by an examination of corporate groups
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