Oppression Proceedings Under the Corporations Act - Key Legal Imperatives

Oppression actions are one of the main remedies available to minority shareholders under the Corporations Act 2001, and they can be disastrous for a company’s business, and the shareholders.  In this program, James d’Apice from Makinson d’Apice Lawyers in Sydney: examines how the oppression provision operate, and through case examples, the wide discretions given to the courts under the Act to determine, not only if the oppression claim is made out, but also the appropriate remedy; and makes suggestions on how to manage the risk of such an action where shareholders and/or directors of a company have a falling out.

Featuring: James d’Apice, Makinson d’Apice Lawyers, Sydney

[33.08 minutes] [0.55 CPD hours]



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Product Code: PAH7166
 Price:  $33.00 (Inclusive of GST)