Shareholder Oppression and implications for SME’s

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Small and medium enterprises comprise the vast bulk of companies operating in Australia and are commonly the subject of internal disputes. This session will examine issues regarding shareholder oppression, particularly as they are relevant to those types of companies.

Recorded March 2017

SKU: RW17-S51 Category:

Product Description

Key Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify the relevant statutory provisions of the Corporations Act 2001 relevant to share holder oppression suits
  • Know the essential elementsof shareholder oppression suits
  • Be able to distinguish between shareholder oppression and other types of complaints shareholders may have
  • Be aware of common issues which affect SMEs and which may give rise to shareholder oppression suits
  • Weigh the different avenues and remedies available to avoid and/or resolve shareholder disputes in SMEs




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About your Speaker


Erik was admitted as a Lawyer in 1998 before being called to the bar in 2005. He has previously presented for UNSW on demarcation disputes, award/agreement coverage & bargaining agency beyond eligibility rule.

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