This work examines the numerous complex issues facing practitioners preparing for, and presenting a case in, the Companies Court. It analyzes the origin and jurisdiction of the court, proceedings under the Companies Act 1985, company administration and investigative powers, and includes an up-to-date survey of the practice of the court in areas such as company director's disqualifications and insolvency proceedings. Appendices include relevant statutory provisions, as well as rules and practice directions relating to the Companies Court practice. The book was written by a highly qualified team of barristers with extensive experience in the practice of this specialist court.
Andrew Boyle is a barrister at Serle Court, and he is considered to be a leader in chancery and commercial litigation. Philip Marshall is a barrister at Serle Court, where he has an outstanding practice specialising in chancery and commercial litigation.