Duomatic Principle: Practical Law note considering the common law principle

Restructuring & Insolvency senior associate, Rebecca Walker, and corporate PSL Kathryn Saunders, have prepared a guidance note considering the scope, application and limitations of the common law principle of shareholder decision-making, by informal consent (commonly referred to as the Duomatic principle), for leading online publishing company Practical Law. 

Practical Law provides legal know-how for business lawyers and a copy of the note can be downloaded by clicking here.

Stevens & Bolton’s award winning corporate team offers quality and strength in depth unusual outside the City, undertaking the full range of corporate and commercial work. Their restructuring and insolvency team comprises contentious and non-contentious lawyers with extensive experience in both corporate and personal insolvency matters.  

For further information, please contact Kathryn Saunders on kathryn.saunders@stevens-bolton.com / +44 (0)1483 401251 or Rebecca Walker on rebecca.walker@stevens-bolton.com / +44 (0)1483 406972.

 

 

Contact our experts for further advice

Rebecca Walker, Kathryn Saunders

Search our site