Richard C. Bishop

Richard C. Bishop
Richard is lecturer in finance at Leeds Beckett University teaching in the Centre for Tourism and Hospitality Management. Prior to working at Leeds Beckett, Richard taught marketing and business strategy at Wolverhampton University, specializing in delivering CIM modules and lead the financial service degree program at Coventry University College. Visit https://www.bloomsburyprofessional.com/author/richard-bishop/

Recent Posts

Company Law: How do the courts interpret the articles of association?

A common problem with the articles of association is the addition of poorly drafted precedents with unambiguous terms. The court is often asked to make judgments on such provisions and to interpret... Read more

Right to Manage companies: which Articles of Association do you use?

Right to Manage companies Right to Manage (RTM) companies are private companies limited by guarantee, which enables a group of leaseholders, typically in blocks of flats, to take over the management... Read more

Company Law: What happens on the death of a shareholder?

Introduction According to the office of national statistics, sole proprietor businesses and partnerships are decreasing and the use of private limited companies is increasing. 72.5% of total UK... Read more

Company law: amending the articles of association and minority rights

When drafting company articles, the objective is to provide clear and concise guidance on how a company conducts its business together with procedures for common shareholder events. Provisions in the... Read more

Charity Law: How to use the Charity Commissions, model governing documents

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Company law: Are the company articles of association enforceable in law?

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Company Law: Articles of Association, what is Entrenchment?

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Charity Law: Which articles of association does a charitable company use?

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Company Law: New regulator set to overhaul directors’ accountability and remuneration provisions

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Charity Law: Government agrees Law Commission recommendations on changing governing documents for charitable incorporated organisations

The launch of the structure of the charitable incorporated organisation (CIO) in 2013 allowed unincorporated charity trustees to take advantage of the limited liability offered by a company, without... Read more

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