Paul Marshall Co-Authors Chancery Bar Association’s Response to Discussion Paper on Transparency and Trust

Wed, 23 Oct 2013

Paul Marshall was one of two authors of the Chancery Bar Association's official response to the Department for Business Innovation and Skills' discussion paper on Transparency and Trust – the proposed reform to the Companies legislation.  

The full response can be downloaded below.

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