A move towards no fault commercial divorce?
The jurisdiction under the Companies Act 2006 does not provide the courts with a “no fault divorce” jurisdiction. Andrew argues that it should be considered.
Commercial Agent Case and Statute Citator 2019
The Regulations that came into force on 1 January 1994 contain important provisions affecting the relations between commercial agents and their principals
Shareholder Protection from Unfairly Prejudicial Conduct: Case and Statute Citator 2021
The 2019 edition from Andrew Marsdenprovides a useful and accessible source of reference to the law regarding the protection of shareholders/members from unfairly prejudicial conduct of a company’s or partnership’s affairs.
No protection for commercial agents outside of EU
In Agro Foreign Trade and Agency  EUECJ C-507/15 the European Court of Justice has delivered its judgment to the effect that agents operating outside EU me MISSING
“Relative Misconduct” in section 994 Companies Act 2006 proceedings
Where there has been a breakdown of relations between those in business together it is often the case that there will have been some degree of misconduct on the MISSING
Court recognises flexibility of jurisdiction under section 994 Companies Act 2006
The European Court of Justice has delivered its judgment to the effect that agents operating outside EU member states are not afforded the protections given by the EU Council Directive 86/653/EEC even if their principal is based within a member state.
Meaning of “goods” within the Commercial Agent Regulations
Where there has been a breakdown of relations between those in business together it is often the case that there will have been some degree of misconduct on the part of more than one or even all of those involved.