‘Attribution: A Rule-Based Framework’

“No area of company law seems to have generated greater controversy and uncertainty in recent times than corporate attribution. There have been at least seven decisions handed down in the last decade from the highest appellate courts around the common law world, including the UK Supreme Court, the Singapore Court of Appeal, the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal, the Privy Council and the Canadian Supreme Court. Most judges and commentators have essentially endorsed and adopted the contextual and purposive approach espoused by Lord Hoffmann in Meridian Global Funds Management Asia Ltd v Securities Commission …” (more)

[Ernest Lim, Oxford Business Law Blog, 7 April]

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