The administrative obligations of companies under the Companies Act are often overlooked, and likewise the need for obtaining and properly documenting board and shareholder decisions.
Avoid these potential pitfalls by refreshing your understanding of some of the ongoing compliance and decision-making obligations for companies under the Companies Act.
The panel discusses shareholder disputes, including remedies which a disgruntled shareholder may seek to pursue under the Companies Act and some of the common mechanisms used in shareholders’ agreements to protect the rights of shareholders in the event of a dispute.
- Refresh your knowledge of some of the ongoing compliance obligations for companies under the Companies Act and the approval requirements for certain transactions.
- Gain a better understanding of the shareholder dispute remedies under the Companies Act.
- Learn about some of the dispute resolution mechanisms that may form part of a shareholders’ agreement.
Who should view?
Junior and intermediate corporate lawyers who wish to upskill and/or receive a refresher, and general practitioners who do corporate work.
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