‘British Social Enterprise Law’

“In my recent article published in the Journal of Corporate Law Studies – ‘British Social Enterprise Law’ – I take a fresh look at the UK’s community interest company (CIC). In so doing, I make several contributions to the legal literature, but for the purposes of this post I focus on one of them. Namely, although commentators have endeavoured to grapple with the CIC’s structure on occasion, these fall well short of full and systematic treatments. Therefore, I offer a comprehensive analytical model of the CIC. I contend that there are both general and major distinctions between it and the traditional for-profit corporation …” (more)

[JS Liptrap, Oxford Business Law Blog, 7 September]

First posted 2021-09-07 08:00:48

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