An offer you can’t refuse: when does coercion of a group to accept a proposal constitute oppression

20 May 2014

An offer you can’t refuse: when does coercion of a group to accept a proposal constitute oppression?

(2014) 29 JIBFL 21

Stephen Moverley Smith QC and Harry Sharpe have recently written this article on relief from forfeiture for Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law. The article compares the decisions in Assénagon v Irish Bank Resolution Corporation and Azevedo v Imcopa Importacao and asks what conclusions can be drawn about the application of minority oppression principles from the divergent treatment of two similar restructuring techniques.

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