Paul Davies, Allen & Overy Professor of Corporate Law, University of Oxford,Klaus Hopt, Professor and Director, Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law,Richard Nowak, Senior advisor and lecturer, Clifford Chance Amsterdam and Radboud University Nijmegen,Gerard van Solinge, Professor of company law and Attorney, Radboud University Nijmegen and Allen & Overy Amsterdam
Klaus J. Hopt is Professor and Director (emeritus), of the Max-Planck-Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Hamburg. He is an expert for the German Parliament, the Constitutional Court and a number of international institutions. His research interests are European corporate, capital market, financial law and corporate governance issues. He has published many books and articles in these fields.
Gerard van Solinge is a lawyer and counsel at Allen & Overy. He is full professor of corporate law since 1997 at the Radboud University Nijmegen and managing director at Van der Heijden Institute, Research Department for Corporate Law of the Research Centre Company & Law. He specialises in corporate governance, corporate litigation, mergers and acquisitions, public takeovers, international corporate law and Dutch Carribean Company law.
Paul Davies is the Allen & Overy Professor of Corporate Law and Professorial Fellow of Jesus College at the University of Oxford. He is a deputy chairman of the Central Arbitration Committee. His research areas are corporate governance, corporate finance, regulation of securities markets and collective representation of employees.
Richard J Nowak is Senior advisor with Clifford Chance Amsterdam and lecturer at the Radboud University Nijmegen and substitute-judge in the Court of Appeal Arnhem. Co-author of a Dutch textbook on company law and author of publications on Dutch company law and corporate governance.
Part I: General Report 1. Boards in Law and Practice: A Cross-Country Analysis in Europe, Paul Davies, Klaus J. Hopt, Richard G.J. Nowak and Gerard van Solinge Part II: National Reports 2. Belgium, Koen Geens 3. France, Alain Pietrancosta, Paul-Henri Dubois and Romain Garcon 4. Germany, Markus Roth 5. Italy, Guido Ferrarini, Gian Giacomo Peruzzo and Marta Roberti 6. The Netherlands, Richard G.J. Nowak 7. Poland, Stanislaw Soltysinski 8. Spain, Andres Recalde Castells, Francisco Leon Sanz and Nuria Latorre Chiner 9. Sweden, Rolf Skog and Erik Sjoman 10. Switzerland, Peter Bockli 11. United Kingdom, Paul Davies