What does the expression ‘good faith’ mean when you put it in a shareholders agreement?
Scary case about directors’ duties to avoid conflicts of interest even after they leave
Not investing in a shareholders agreement can cause great pain and suffering...
How you might be brought to account if you rip off a business partner to whom you owe fiduciary duties
You can check out any time you like but you can never compete? A Court of Appeal decision on restrictive covenants by employee shareholders
March 2021 Fair's fair? A scary case about valuing a minority shareholder's shares
February 2021 A Court of Appeal case about the magic words 'subject to contract'
An example of loose drafting of a warranty liability exclusion clause in a share purchase agreement
This 2020 Privy Council case was about the basis on which you work out how far you can go when working out for what kinds of losses you can claim damages when there is a breach of contract, before they have to be treated as irrecoverable because they are too remote.