Company Law: An Interactive Approach, 2nd Edition

ISBN: 9780730369332

Company Law is written for business or commerce students studying an accounting major. This new edition presents company law in an applied context rather than the doctrinal context used in many other textbooks. It is concise and to the point, covering the core concepts in a typical company law unit so you learn everything you need to know as required for the course.

The Company Law interactive e-text features a range of instructional media content designed to provide you with an engaging learning experience. This includes practitioner videos from Clayton Utz, animated work problems and questions with immediate feedback.

Features

Wiley Interactive E-Text
Wiley Interactive E-Text
Click to play this short video
Practitioner Videos
Practitioner Videos

Video insights from high-profile practitioners help students connect course concepts with real-world local cases.

Concept check questions
Concept check questions

Students can test their comprehension and get instant feedback with interactive Concept Check questions, embedded at the point of learning.

Search, highlight and annotate
Search, highlight and annotate

Interactive textbook lets students search, highlight and take notes within the text for efficient study.

  • Practitioner videos from Clayton Utz helps connect course content with real world examples
  • A running capstone case video series (Retrofit) across the text helps you apply the theory you have learned
  • Interactive questions at the point of learning help you test your comprehension
Ellie Chapple
Alex Wong
Richard Baumfield
Richard Copp
Robert Cunningham
Akshaya Kamalnath
Katie Watson
Paul Harpur
Chapter 1. Business organisations
Chapter 2. Companies and incorporation
Chapter 3. Company constitution
Chapter 4. Promoters and pre-registration contracts
Chapter 5. Companies and outsiders
Chapter 6. Membership, members’ powers & dividends
Chapter 7. Corporate governance & company management
Chapter 8. Directors’ and officers’ duties A
Chapter 9. Directors’ and officers’ duties B
Chapter 10. Financing a company via equity or debt
Chapter 11. Disclosures
Chapter 12. Members remedies
Chapter 13. Receivership and administration
Chapter 14. Insolvency
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Interactive E-Text: 9780730369349
Textbook with Interactive E-Text Code: 9780730369332
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