Janet Dine qualified as a barrister in 1973 and practiced at the English Bar. In 1978 she became a lecturer at King’s College London until moving to Essex in 1992. From 1987-9 she was a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies and remains a Senior Fellow of the Institute. From 1992-3 she was appointed by the UK Treasury as a Commissioner for Friendly Societies. In 1999-2000 she assisted in a TACIS project, helping to draft Russian Law on company reorgnisations and liquidations.
YouTube presentation uploaded on Dec 17, 2013
SESSION 5: Reform proposals: Sustainable Groups
Chair: Mark Taylor, Oslo
German Law on Company Groups as a Founding Principle for other Jurisdictions. The Albanian example adds the ability to sue worldwide, extraterritorality. Next week, I’ll post a review of her most recent book, The Nature of Corporate Governance: The Significance of National Cultural Identity (Corporations, Globalisation and the Law Series).
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