Companies in the UK are governed by an ever-increasing amount of regulation and legislation. ICSA keeps governance, risk, compliance and company secretarial professionals up-to-date with our publications.
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These titles will give you a grounding in the key aspects of day to day company secretarial practice and an understanding of the company law framework within which this is carried out.
Author: Mike Metcalf
Price: £14.35 | June 2013 ISBN: 9781860725883
The guide looks at quoted companies and outlines the procedures involved in changing the auditor for quoted and unquoted companies. The guide also looks at the practical implications of changing the auditors of subsidiaries. We provide an explanation of the detailed statutory rules on auditor appointment; the statutory rules on the termination of the old auditor’s appointment; and professional and contractual matters.
Author: Kirsty Semple
Price: £65.95 | June 2014 ISBN: 9781860726057
The ICSA Charities Handbook provides clear and practical guidance on the law, regulation and procedure involved in running a charity. The book covers key areas of governance and compliance such as boards, trustees and officers, the Charity Commission and its requirements, and employment and volunteers.
Author: Nigel Banerjee
Price: £79.95 | July 2015 ISBN: 9781860726118
The ICSA Company Law Handbook provides a clear, concise account of the key features of the company law regime in the UK, with aparticular emphasis on matters of interest to those involved in running or advising private companies.
Author: Douglas Armour
Price: £87.95 | November 2016 ISBN: 9781860726781
The ICSA Company Secretary’s Handbook is a practical guide to the legislation and regulation governing companies and company secretarial procedures. Coverage is comprehensive and details the procedures associated with boards of directors, company meetings, reporting, shares, and share registration.
Author: Andrew Hamer
Price: £54.95 | November 2011 ISBN: 9781860724732
The third edition of The ICSA Guide to Document Retention provides invaluable guidance on the retention and disposal of key business documents and other records. It outlines the main principles that should be applied when framing a retention (and disposal) policy, and suggests a minimum retention period for documents based on good commercial practice and law.
Author: Karen Cooper
Price: £14.35 | October 2013 ISBN: 9781860725616
Companies establish employee share schemes for a number of reasons, including as a recruitment and retention tool and to increase levels of employee engagement, with the ultimate objective of improving business performance. This guide takes you through the details of an employee share scheme, as well as the differences for public and private companies.
Authors: Daniel Barnett, Keira Gore, Henry Scrope
Price: £79.95 | May 2014 ISBN: 9781907698880
Now in its sixth edition, the Employment Law Handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the main topics within employment law. Its easy to use format makes it an ideal reference guide for general practitioners and a handy aide-memoire for specialists. Fully updated, this new edition covers a range of new and anticipated developments in employment law.
Author: Nicholas Currie
Price: £27.95 | July 2013 ISBN: 9781860724527
How to Run a Limited Company covers the entire life-cycle of a company, from formation and registration through core compliance tasks such as managing shares, meetings, and reports and accounts, through to wind-up and insolvency. The book will provide readers with the practical tools and resources required to successfully establish and operate a private limited company.
The new edition of the Intellectual Property Law Handbook provides an authoritative overview of intellectual property issues facing commercial lawyers. It sets out the principles behind the various IP rights, showing clearly how to apply the law in practice.
Author: Andrew Hamer
Price: £79.95 | July 2013 ISBN: 9781860725821
The Law and Practice of Company Meetings covers both meetings of directors and members, with a special focus on the alternative procedures that can be used to avoid holding meetings (particularly by private companies) and the process of preparing for and managing AGMs of public companies. Throughout, the book is informed by the latest legislation, regulation and corporate governance codes of practice, and is illustrated by relevant precedents and appendices
Author: Marcus Turle
Price: £99.00 | December 2010 ISBN: 9781853288395
Outsourcing: Law and Practice examines the legal rules applying to outsourcing transactions across the whole sector and at how these rules operate in practice. This invaluable new book is aimed at professionals responsible for structuring, procuring or managing outsourcing relationships.