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Specific Features of Shareholders' Procedural Status in Corporate Disputes Resolution

ФИО студента: Irina Tesyolkina

Руководитель: Liubov A. Prokudina

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Law

Программа: Lawyer in the Sphere of Justice and Law Enforcement (Master)

Год защиты: 2016

This research paper is devoted to the contemporary problems of procedural status of shareholders in corporate derivative disputes. The derivative suits are targeted to protect company’s interests and filed on behalf of its name. The author described the history of evolution of derivative suits in England, the USA and in Russia. He draw the readers’ attention to the different theoretical approaches to determining the status of shareholders and corporation in derivative disputes and focused on the practical problems connected with the amendments of civil legislation. The author also tried to propose possible options to resolve these problems from the standpoint of major principles of arbitration proceedings.

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