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Shareholders' Agreements
Shareholders' Agreements
6th Edition
Series:  Commercial Series
Practice Area:  Company Law
ISBN:  9780414022607
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  24 Oct 2012
Format:  Hardback, CD-ROM
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Shareholders' Agreements Provides practical guidance on the nature and effect of shareholders’ agreements and articles of association.
• Offers in-depth analysis on the key components of shareholders’ agreements and articles of association, enabling you to draft these documents with confidence
• Discusses the ramifications of the Bribery Act 2010 and the Companies Act 2006 on shareholders’ agreements and articles of association
• Analyses the elements of joint ventures and property joint ventures so you are aware of the possible structures and have the tools you need to draft the relevant documents
• Provides information on taxation considerations in relation to this area
• Reflects recent changes in market practice in private equity transactions
• Covers the theory behind partnership structures
• Explains boilerplate provisions
• Offers expert commentary on option agreements and warrants with detailed drafting notes, so you can draft these types of agreements and are aware of the key issues
• Includes a CD-ROM of all precedents for easy drafting

New to the 6th Edition:

• Updated with the latest case law since the last edition published in 2009
• Expert discussion on the impact of the Bribery Act 2010 on joint ventures
• Updated commentary and precedents based on practical experience of the effect of the Companies Act 2006
• Covers the effect of the recent economic and financial developments on private equity transactions

CONTENTS

PART 1 - THEORY

• Shareholders’ Agreements and Articles of Association – The Law
• Companies Act 2006 – Key Changes Affecting Shareholders’ Agreements and Articles of Association
• Partnership Structures
• Taxation

PART 2 - COMMENTARY

• Shareholders’ Agreements Precedent Commentary
• Articles of Association Precedent Commentary
• Private Equity Precedents Commentary
• Joint Venture Precedents Commentary
• Joint Venture Members’ Agreement Precedent Commentary
• Put and Call Option Agreement Precedent Commentary
• Warrant Instrument Precedent Commentary
• Boilerplate Commentary

PART 3 - PRECEDENTS

• Shareholders’ Agreement
• Articles of Association
• Private Equity Investment Agreement
• Private Equity Articles of Association
• Joint Venture Agreement
• Joint Venture Articles of Association
• Joint Venture LLP Members’ Agreement
• Put and Call Option Agreement
• Warrant Instrument

CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION
Graham Muth has undertaken corporate legal work for over 25 years and has significant experience of dealing with all types of shareholders’ agreements, private equity transactions, merger and acquisition transactions and IPOs. He joined Cobbetts’ predecessor firm, Lee Crowder, as a trainee in 1981, qualified as a solicitor in 1983, was appointed a partner in 1987 and became Birmingham Head of Office for the merged Cobbetts firm in 2006. 
 
Sean Fitzgerald is the head of the Corporate Team in Manchester at Cobbetts having joined over six years ago from Pinsent Masons where he was one of the partners of the firm's Manchester office.  Specialising in private equity, he led Cobbetts' entry into the institutional private equity marketplace.
 
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