Germany

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Some Reflections on the Self-insider and the Market Abuse Regulation – The Self-insider as a Monopoly-Square Insider

This article deals with the self-insider, i.e. the possible creation of the inside information by a person and its (abusive) exploitation. It describes the situation in Italy and Germany and then provides a taxonomy of the several cases of...Read more

Stefano Lombardo
05 May 2020

Outside Directors, Liability Risk and Corporate Governance: A Comparative Analysis (English Version)

Outside directors constitute a key component of most prescriptions for good governance of public companies. Given that outside directors are important corporate governance players, one is led to wonder what will motivate the individuals serving...Read more

Bernard Black
Brian Cheffins
Michael Klausner
01 August 2005

Taking Shareholder Protection Seriously? Corporate Governance in the United States and Germany

The paper undertakes a comparative study of the set of laws affecting corporate governance in the United States and Germany, and an evaluation of their design - if one assumes that their objective were the protection of the interests of minority...Read more

Theodor Baums
01 November 2003

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