The distinctive Canadian contribution to the resolution of conflict among shareholders and of conflict between nonshareholder constituents--such as creditors--and persons controlling a corporation, typically its shareholders and directors, is examined with respect to comparable US judicial remedies.
Deborah A. DeMott,
Oppressed but Not Betrayed: A Comparative Assessment of Canadian Remedies for Minority Shareholders and other Corporate Constituents,
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