De Facto

Metin içinde: First, it is essential that Estonian case law shows a clear trend toward wider disclosure. This means that grounds for denial of a shareholder’s information claim are de facto limited. For example, a shareholder is entitled to receive from a company the basic information about management costs, including costs of transactions between the company and persons related to the management. Such information can’t be … Okumaya devam et De Facto

Obiter Dictum

Metin içinde: Proceeding from the above, the authors of this article take the view that, in addition to statutory rules, Estonian courts have managed to form basic principles of shareholders’ information rights. At the same time, it still seems to be difficult to draw conceptual conclusions about the clear boundaries of those rights on the basis of Estonian case law, as courts have solved separate … Okumaya devam et Obiter Dictum

Contra Bonos Mores

Metin içinde: The court enjoined defendants’ competing venture on the ground that [t]his is not legitimate competition, which it is always the policy of the law to foster and encourage, but it is contra bonos mores [against good morals], and constitutes a breach of trust which a court of law, and much less a court of equity, should not tolerate. Intellectual Property in the New … Okumaya devam et Contra Bonos Mores