Understanding Company Law 3rd edition is a textbook for non-law students at polytechnics and universities studying the law of companies and business organisations. Providing an excellent balance between theory, case law and practice, Understanding Company Law covers the essential concepts of company law, business organisations, financial markets and takeovers in a clear and straightforward manner.Key additions to this edition include:
- An examination of changes in legislation including the Financial Markets Control Act 2013, Financial Reporting Act 2013 and the Companies and Limited Partnerships Amendment Bill 2011
- Explanation of new financial reporting rules
- Summary of major judicial decisions since November 2010
- New sections on reporting, auditors and the Personal Property Securities Act 1999
2011 Explanation of new financial reporting rules Summary of major judicial decisions since November 2010 New sections on reporting, auditors and the Personal Property Securities Act 1999 Jonathan Barrett is a Senior Lecturer in Taxation and Commercial Law in the School of Accounting and Commercial Law at Victoria University of Wellington.