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Type of publication: master thesis
Field of Science: Teisė / Law (S001)
Author(s): Inasaridze, Mariam
Supervisor: Grigiene, Jurgita
Title: Can the quality of corporate governance and the level of minority shareholder protection be enhanced through the establishment of specialized corporate or business courts?
Other Title: Ar gali būti pagerinta korporatyvinio valdymo kokybė ir mažųjų akcininkų apsaugos lygis, įsteigiant specializuotus įmonių ar verslo teismus?
Extent: 35 p.
Date: 10-Jan-2020
Keywords: Corporate governance;Private enforcement;Specialized corporate court;Business court;Įmonių valdymas;Privatus vykdymas;Specializuotas įmonių teismas;Verslo teismas
Abstract: Business is the cornerstone of prosperity in society. Organizations make assets that grant social improvement and welfare. Company governance straightforwardly impacts the benefits and name of a partnership. Along with an appropriate compliance mechanism can an established array of corporate governance standards be efficient, and implementation of corporate governance principles are weakness in a lot of emerging business environments. It is also been proposed how regulation may be the essential substantive difference amongst local and global economic systems. The court system is a significant element of any legal framework. For private control to succeed it is necessary to ascertain a group of civil procedures that allow economical, expedient and simply legal proceeding. Venture capitalists frequently point out that all of flaws in the legal framework are exacerbated by the vulnerabilities of a judicial system that is overstretched in many nations, seeks professional experience, and is likely to be affected by good local powers1. That is why the present work focuses on the role of specialized corporate and Market courts as a means to ascertain a very well-functioning system of corporate governance. Also the last part deals with the general view of specialized trials and leads to a response to the statement: Specialized business courts have become a sensible idea? It is easy to copy law then copy the institutions. An important part of research will be a descriptive-comparative part to look at what corporate courts are in various countries. to try to find out how they work, when were they established, what impact they have on the developed economic markets2. The question is how is law in action. how it is really implemented. Whether they are competent enough specifically speaking about rules and standards so on. And then when it's crucial forms and things are getting complex and attendance judicial reforms are that not just in company law, it is a broader phenomenon that specialized courts as established like intellectual property, some years ago it was when ordinary courts, business branch or commercial branch but today increasing number of countries it has specialized chambers may be one f the country to live with intellectual or industrial property disputes and company law and some countries capital market law. Nowadays more and more countries decide to set up specialized divisions of a chamber or a court, specifically to do this and through this they have advantages. Since it is acknowledged is so special. Thinking about all the examination made related with the referenced substance and, based on the gave evidence that shows the establishment of specialized corporate or business courts, this proposal infers that legitimate execution is helpful in numerous angles to any nation. All of this properly executed will assure an equal justice system that will enable everyone to access justice to solve disputes more effectively in a faster and more economical way than in traditional litigation.
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