Duties of Board and Committee Members

Duties of Board and Committee Members

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$170.01 RRP

New Release, 18/12/2017

Code: 9780455234397

Lawbook Co., AUSTRALIA

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Description

Duties of Board and Committee Members guides practitioners advising those who are either involved in directing or managing bodies corporate and/or associations of their potential liabilities and responsibilities

The authors advise in their Preface that: "The purpose of this book is to provide those who are concerned in the governance and direction of corporate bodies in Australia with a single comprehensive guide to their potential risks and liabilities. This includes the duties of directors of companies incorporated under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Corporations Act) or its predecessors, as well as other bodies corporate established under other legislation, or to which special rules apply. There is considerable law, both derived from statute and from the decisions of the courts, which govern the roles and responsibilities of those who sit on boards and other governing bodies."

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About the authors

 

Bruce Cowley

Bruce is a senior corporate lawyer based in Brisbane with over 35 years' experience advising Australia's top public and private companies and government corporations. He is a Partner of MinterEllison and has been the Chairman of the MinterEllison Partnership Board since 2013. Acknowledged as one of Australia's leading corporate advisers and a significant contributor to corporate law and regulatory reform in this country, his experience spans capital markets, mergers and acquisitions and high-level corporate and commercial advice.

 

Stephen Knight

Stephen is a Partner in MinterEllison's Corporate M&A division and is based in Brisbane. He has more than 10 years' experience in private practice advising clients on public and private mergers and acquisitions and capital raisings. Stephen also advises company boards and directors on corporate governance matters involving, among other things, compliance with applicable companies legislation, ASIC policy and the ASX Listing Rules. Stephen has performed in-house legal and company secretarial functions while on secondment to an ASX listed client and has previously served as company secretary for a charity constituted as a company limited by guarantee.

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