As the Companies Bill 2012 moves to Report stage in the Dáil, and is expected to be enacted in the course of 2014, a conference of the Irish Corporate Law Forum will focus on the practical ramifications of changes to the structure and internal governance of private companies.
Preparing Private Companies for the Companies Bill: New Company Forms and Drafting Company Constitutions will be held on Friday, 7 February 2014 in Dublin Castle.
Key matters for consideration will include the company form options under the Companies Bill 2012; obligations for existing private companies and the consequences of failing to take action; the implications of Table A model articles being withdrawn; best practice considerations in deciding to draft a new constitution; and, getting to grips with the balance of mandatory and default rules for corporate governance in the Companies Bill.
The conference is designed around expert panel-based discussion and a practical scenario-driven learning format in order to maximise the benefits for legal practitioners and company secretaries.
Preparing Private Companies for the Companies Bill: New Company Forms and Drafting Company Constitutions
Friday 7 February 2014,
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