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Walters, A (2002)
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell/Thomson Reuters
Languages: English
Types: Article
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Engaged as it is in the Herculean task of drafting the Companies Bill, the DTI would be well advised to consider the implications of Smith v. Henniker-Major & Co. This case has spawned four judgments in the higher courts, each giving a different reading to section 35A of the Companies Act 1985, leaving the law in a highly unsatisfactory state.
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    • Moreover, it is clearly established that the Directive has no inbuilt safeguards against conflicts of interest: see Case C-104/96, Cooperatieve Rabobank “Vechten Plassengebied” BA v. Minderhoud [1998] 1 W.L.R. 1025; [1997] E.C.R. I-7211; [1998] 2 B.C.L.C. 507; [1998] 2 C.M.L.R. 270, ECJ.
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