Company Law in Ireland
Published : Sunday 23 August 2015
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Following the tremendous success of the First Edition of Company Law in Ireland this new edition is now fully revised to take account of the commencement of the Companies Act 2014.
While many students may consider company law to be technical, dry, and difficult to understand, the approach taken in this book is to breathe life into existing Irish and English case law and use it to explain and outline the current law, guiding the reader through the principles of company law in a clear and concise way. Company Law in Ireland is an essential and recommended textbook for most undergraduate law courses. All students of company and business law, as well as business owners and persons with a general interest in company law will find this book to be both readable and accessible. This second edition is now fully revised to take account of the commencement of the Ireland's Companies Act 2014. *** From the Foreword of the First Edition: ''Mr. Thuillier's enthusiasm for and knowledge of company law and novel approach makes this book accessible to persons without a prior knowledge of company law who may have an interest in the topic. Whilst its structure and useful identification of learning outcomes makes it particularly suitable for students others who may wish understand company law whether in connection with their business, voluntary activities or otherwise will find this book accessible and of interest.'' -- Ms. Justice Finlay Geoghegan (Series: The Core Text) [Subject: Irish Law, Company Law, Business Law]