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'Rights, Powers and Remedies in Commercial Law'

Maitland Chambers, Publication

11 June 2021

Our members have a long history of contributing to scholarship about the law, particularly with Sweet & Maxwell. In recent years this has included the publication of 'Civil Fraud: Law, Practice & Procedure' (1st edn 2018; supplement forthcoming), edited by Thomas Grant QC and David Mumford QC with contributions from several members of Chambers; 'Snell’s Equity' (34th edn 2019), edited by John McGhee QC and Steven Elliott QC (of One Essex Court); 'Foskett on Compromise' (9th edn 2019), to which Rosanna Foskett is a contributor; and three works on trusts and wills to which Thomas Fletcher is a contributor.
We are delighted that a new book to be published by Sweet & Maxwell has gone off to the printer today. In 'Rights, Powers and Remedies in Commercial Law'Ryan Turner looks principally at the ways in which legal powers encountered in different areas of commercial and chancery practice are reined in by the law and the entitlements of shareholders, creditors, and others to participate in collective decision-making processes that lead to the exercise (or not) of a contractual or statutory “majority” power.
The book is available for pre-order here. 

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We are delighted that a new book to be published by Sweet & Maxwell, authored by Ryan Turner, has gone to print on 11 June.

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