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フライシャー、神田秀樹、キム、ミュルベルト編:会社法に関するドイツおよびアジアの視点:法と政策

German and Asian Perspectives on Company Law: Law and Policy Perspectives

Holger Fleischer, Hideki Kanda, Kon Sik Kim and Peter Mülbert (eds.)

1 vol. xi, 377 p. Hard., 2016.(Beiträge zum ausländischen und internationalen Privatrecht)

Mohr Siebeck, DEU. ISBN: 9783161550263

¥16,883

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【Table of Contents】

Introduction

Hideki Kanda(神田秀樹 東京大学名誉教授・学習院大学教授): A Brief Guide to Japanese Company Law

Holger Fleischer: A Guide to German Company Law for International Lawyers. Distinctive Features, Particularities, Idiosyncrasies

I. Directors' Liability

Kenichi Osugi(大杉謙一 中央大学教授): Directors' Liability and Enforcement Mechanisms in Japan

Kyung-Hoon Chun: Corporate Opportunity Doctrine as a Basis for Directors' Liability. A New Statutory Experiment in Korea

Jianbo Lou: Ordinary Corporate Conduct Standard vs. Business Judgment Rule. A Review of Case Rulings by Beijing Courts between 2005 and 2014

Hans Christoph Grigoleit: Directors' Liability and Enforcement Mechanisms from the German Perspective. General Structure and Key Issues

II. Capital Maintenance

Gen Goto(後藤元 東京大学教授): Legal Capital in Japan and the Influence of German Law

Andreas Cahn: Capital Maintenance

Ruoying Chen: From Legal Capital to Subscribed Capital. Capital Rule in China and its Economic Background

III. The Role of Shareholders

Gerald Spindler: The Role of Shareholders in Public Companies

Kon-Sik Kim/Moon-Hee Choi: Declining Relevance of Lawsuits on the Validity of Shareholder Resolution in Korea. A Comparative Essay

Hiroyuki Kansaku(神作裕之 東京大学教授): The Role of Shareholders in Public Companies

IV. Groups of Companies

Junhai Liu: Regulation of Corporate Groups in China

Hyeok-Joon Rho: Corporate Groups in Korea. Reconciliation of Individualism with Collectivism

Eiji Takahashi(高橋英治 大阪市立大学教授): Recht und Wirklichkeit der verbundenen Unternehmen in Japan

Katja Langenbucher: Do We Need a Law of Corporate Groups?