Crowe Horwath to release its 2nd edition of The Companies Act 2014, An Annotation.
The Companies Act 2014 is the longest Act in the history of the State, and consolidates 13 Acts of the Oireachtas as well as numerous statutory instruments. The Act also introduced numerous radical reforms to
existing company law.
The new edition of The Companies Act 2014: An Annotation has been fully updated and is the essential annotated reference to the Companies Act 2014. The new Companies (Accounting) Act 2017, incorporated in this edition, will have significant implications for the application of key aspects of financial reporting by companies.
- The new Companies (Accounting) Act 2017
- Fully updated including all important case law and legislation
- An easy-to-understand reference that provides you with invaluable analysis and interpretation
- All chapters have been revised and rewritten to incorporate recent developments, and many have been
expanded to cover areas not previously addressed in previous editions
About the author
Brian Conroy, BL, LLB (Ling. Fr.), LLM (Cantab.), AITI is a practising barrister. He is also a qualified tax consultant and a member of the Irish Society of Insolvency Practitioners. He practises in company and insolvency law and has published and spoken widely in this area.
The new edition will also be available as an eBook on Thomson Reuters ProView™ and online at Westlaw IE.