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xxvi, 822 pages : illustrations, forms ; 24 cm
  • Taking the plunge
  • Leaving your employer
  • Selecting and working with an attorney
  • Deciding whether to incorporate
  • Structuring the ownership
  • Forming and working with the board
  • Raising money and securities regulation
  • Marshaling human resources
  • Contracts and leases
  • E-commerce, sales, and consumer privacy
  • Operational liabilities, insurance, and compliance
  • Creditors' rights and bankruptcy
  • Venture capital
  • Intellectual property and licensing
  • Going global
  • Buying and selling a business
  • Going public.
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vi, 193 pages ; 23 cm
  • Icarus's fall
  • It's not like it used to be
  • Worlds apart
  • What goes up
  • Positioning
  • Ecce homo
  • The financial model
  • The enemy within
  • Horse whisperers are dangerous
  • Why profit is key.
"[This book] argues that now, for the first time in history, law firms are at an existential crossroads. Taking the wrong direction might very well lead to collapse: the death of a law firm. In building to this conclusion, this book...dissects the inner workings of the business of law, providing unparalleled insight into what goes on behind the scenes of some of the country's most prestigious and successful law firms, as well as some of those that have epically failed."-- Back cover.
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xxxiii, 854 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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xxii, 893 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Structuring the international sales transaction
  • International sales law
  • Commercial terms
  • Bills of lading
  • Sales agent and distributorship agreements
  • Documentary letters of credit
  • Standby letters of credit
  • International electronic commerce
  • An introduction to the WTO and U.S. trade authorities
  • United States tariffs and duty free imports
  • Customs classification, valuation and origin
  • Antidumping duties
  • Subsidies and countervailing duties
  • United States export controls
  • The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention
  • United States boycott and anti-boycott law
  • Free trade agreements and customs unions
  • Franchising and trademark licensing
  • Patent and knowhow licensing
  • Counterfeit, infringing and gray market imports : United States Section 337 proceedings
  • Introduction to foreign direct investments
  • Cross-border mergers and acquisitions
  • Treaties and agreements protecting foreign investment
  • Expropriation of an investment
  • OPIC and MIGA investment insurance
  • International business litigation
  • Litigation involving foreign sovereigns
  • International commercial arbitration.
The Fourth Edition of Principles of International Business Transactions provides a more comprehensive examination of the law relevant to the subject matter and detailed citations to caselaw and other supporting authorities. It can be used by courts and legal practitioners as a resource for research and analysis, as well as by students and professors as a supplement for any international business law course. It tracks the authors' popular problem-oriented coursebook, International Business Transactions, and their three spin-offs Contracting Across Borders, Trade and Economic Relations and Foreign Investment Law. Coverage moves sequentially from structuring international sales transactions to international sales law and letters of credit to regulation of international trade to transfers of technology to foreign investment to international business dispute settlement.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781634599399 20170515
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xiv, 163 pages ; 23 cm.
  • An introduction to Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code
  • Getting started : Article 2's scope and governing principles
  • Five pillars of Article 2 construction
  • Formation of an Article 2 contract
  • The content of the Article 2 contract
  • The gap-fillers that excuse seller from the contract
  • The gap-fillers to determine the goods' quality
  • Performance of an Article 2 contract for the sale of goods
  • Buyers' remedies for sellers' breach of contract : the 2-700s
  • Seller's remedies
  • Putting it all together : Article 2 review and problems
  • On grades
  • Five guideposts for assuring success and significance.
Learn the UCC from a master teacher. Professor Paula A. Franzese, featured in What the Best Law Teachers Do (Harvard University Press), is the ten-time recipient of the Professor of the Year Award and the creator and editor of the Short and Happy Guide series. This efficient and concise volume sets forth clear rules and techniques for mastering the elements of contract formation, content, performance, breach and remedies. Complex topics such as the battle of the forms, the statute of frauds, the parol evidence rule, excuse doctrine, warranties, buyer's remedies and seller's remedies are presented in straightforward, easy to understand terms. The examples are fun and engaging, and the checklists and summaries contained at the beginning and end of each chapter are priceless study tools. Read this book and become a Code connoisseur and legal ninja!.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780314279880 20170522
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ix, 342 pages ; 25 cm
  • Introduction: In search of the probusiness court / Jonathan H. Adler
  • Business, the Roberts Court, and the Solicitor General : a further exploration / Bradley W. Joondeph
  • Is the Roberts Court business friendly? : is the Pope Catholic? / J. Mitchell Pickerill
  • Advocacy matters : transforming the Court by transforming the bar / Richard J. Lazarus
  • Securities law in the Roberts Court : agenda or indifference? / A.C. Pritchard
  • Civil procedure in the Roberts Court / Brian T. Fitzpatrick
  • The Roberts Court and the limits of antitrust / Thomas A. Lambert
  • Preemption doctrine in the Roberts Court : constitutional dual federalism by another name? / Roderick M. Hills, Jr.
  • In the business of free speech : the Roberts Court and Citizens United / Joel M. Gora
  • Employment law in the Roberts Court : public goals, private enforcement / Matthew T. Bodie
  • Business as usual? : the Roberts Court and environmental law / Jonathan H. Adler.
In recent years, the Supreme Court appears to have taken a greater interest in "business" issues. Does this reflect a change in the Court's orientation, or is it the natural outcome of the appellate process? Is the Court "pro-business"? If so, in what ways do the Court's decisions support business interests and what does that mean for the law and the American public? Business and the Roberts Court provides the first critical analysis of the Court's business-related jurisprudence. In this volume, prominent academics examine the Roberts Court's handling of business-related cases, through a series of empirical and doctrinal analyses. Issues covered include securities law, antitrust, labor law, preemption, and environmental law, among others. Business law and regulatory cases touch on many important legal doctrines and can have far-reaching effects. Understanding the bases upon which the Supreme Court decides business-related cases is of tremendous importance to practitioners and academics. It can also further greater understanding of one of the nation's most important government institutions. These issues are of interest to academics, but also of practical importance to Supreme Court and business practitioners.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199859344 20160822
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xv, 196 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Choice and regulatory competition / V. Van Den Eeckhout
  • Party autonomy in international family relationships : a research agenda / P. Wautelet
  • Corporate mobility in the European Union : a flash in the pan?, an empirical study of the success of lawmaking and regulatory competition / W.-G. Ringe
  • Corporate mobility in the European Union : an analysis of Ringe's empirical research on the success of law making and regulatory competition / S. Rammeloo
  • Private actors as norm-setters through choice-of-law : the limits of regulatory competition / V. Mak
  • Private norm-setting in family law, more specifically : private norm-setting amongst religious communities in family law issues / S. Rutten
  • Enchained marriages : is there a way out? / F. van der Velden
  • An introduction to alternative dispute resolution (ADR) for consumers in Europe / N. Creutzfeldt
  • Critical remarks on the ADR Directive / C. Cauffman
  • Normative frameworks in commercial dispute resolution : the role of legal and non-legal norms in mediation and adjudication / N. Kornet
  • Law or social ordering : a choice for commercial parties in dispute resolution? : a comment on Kornet / A. Beckers.
"In numerous fields of law, ranging from family law to company law, private actors increasingly set their own rules, revert to private enforcement of those rules and choose the applicable law. Within each field this tendency has already been scrutinised. Until now, however, few attempts have been made to look at these phenomena together with a view to arriving at conclusions that go beyond one specific field. This book is a first attempt to fill this gap. It is relevant for scholars and practitioners working in the individual fields of law covered (private international law, company law, family law, consumer law and commercial law) as well as for scholars and policy makers trying to grasp the overall nature of the increasing privatisation of the law."-- Back cover.
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xix, 453 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
  • Introduction to legal systems
  • Law of obligations : making the contract
  • Law of obligations : attacking the contract
  • Law of obligations : torts
  • Criminalising business activities
  • The law of agency
  • Internet law and business.
Now in its third edition, Commonwealth Caribbean Business Law continues to break away from the traditional English approach of treating business law primarily as the law of contract and agency. Taking a panoramic view, it explores the foundation of various legal systems before examining areas of legal liability that affect business activities. These include areas such as contract law, tort law, criminal law, agency and internet law which present significant challenges confronting the business sector. The book primarily targets the development of business law principles in several Caribbean Commonwealth jurisdictions but, where appropriate, also embraces the jurisprudence of other Commonwealth nations, such as the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia. It also explores the United States as a non-Commonwealth jurisdiction, given the increasing importance in the Caribbean of judicial pronouncements relating to internet law from this territory. Using excerpts from key judgments, the book allows students, particularly those with a non-legal background, to understand key legal principles for business as presented by the judiciary and draws parallels between legal theory and business practice.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138024274 20160618
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260 pages ; 24 cm.
  • La procédure de création des entreprises
  • Le régime fiscal des sociétés
  • L'analyse de la situation économique des états
  • Les contraintes des politiques publiques en matière de croissance
  • Le régime juridique et fiscal des investissements.
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xl, 848 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • A brief history of the evolution of financial institutions and of their regulation
  • The composite structure of EU financial regulation
  • The regulation of the European system of financial supervisors
  • The single supervisory mechanism (SSM) and the single resolution mechanism (SRM)
  • The EU regulation of the deman side of the market
  • The EU regulation of the supply side of the market
  • An ex-ante approach to financial markets infrastructure, its soundness and stability (I) : financial institutions and EU microprudential regulation
  • An ex-ante approach to financial markets infrastructure, its soundness and stability (II) : the EU financial infrastructure and systemic stability
  • An ex-post approach to market infrastructure, soundness and stability.
"Most, if not all, relevant aspects of European financial law have been undergoing reform in the last few years and some are in the process of being reconsidered within the CMU initiative and to complete the Banking Union. This book endeavours to draw a comprehensive picture of European financial law as it stands today and thus to offer a chart to navigate it; it should understanding its underpinnings, organise...internal linkages and test the overall consistency of the system. In doing so, this book revolves around a simple idea: to properly understand European financial rules, it is necessary to identify the paradigms that like 'deep currents' run underneath them, in order to capture their proper meaning and finality and to measure their consistency and proportionality. This book is meant to be, therefore, a conversation about the rationale(s) of the rules and tools of European financial law as well as on the needs for future simplification and reform (proposals for simplification are part of the exercise)."-- Back cover.
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xxxviii, 1747 pages ; 25 cm
  • Introduction
  • Article 107 TFEU
  • Services of general economic interest (SGEI)
  • Commission Regulation (EU) No 651/2014
  • Rescue and restructuring aid
  • Financial transfers and transactions
  • Tax measures
  • Rules for examining aid in specific sectors
  • Article 108 TFEU
  • Council Regulation (EC) No 659/1999
  • Article 109 TFEU
  • Judicial protection at the EU-level.
The regulation of State Aid belongs to the core areas of European Union law. Without the general prohibition of state subsidies to undertakings, competitiveness would be distorted and the benefits of the internal market would be put in jeopardy. This book deals systematically article-by-article with the basic principles, the proceedings, and the implementation of State Aid law as laid down in Articles 107 to 109 TFEU, as well as the general block exemptions regulation (Regulation No 800/2008) and the Council Regulation ((EC) No 659/1999) laying down detailed rules for the application of Article 93 TEC. Further, this commentary deals in detail with the rules regulating State Aid in specific sectors such as telecommunication, postal services, broadcast and television, energy/coal, banking, railroads, road transport, shipping, air traffic/airports, automotive industry, shipbuilding, steel, housing, agriculture, fishery, culture/tourism/sport and health.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781849461900 20161205
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xii, 175 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: What this book is all about
  • The present legal context
  • EU competence in the area of international transport
  • The common transport policy: The aim of sustainable transport
  • The call for a European liability framework for multimodal contracts of carriage
  • The main legal obstacles to a European framework
  • Contract law as a tool to promote sustainable carriage of goods: Integration of sustainablilty in EU contract law
  • The role of the freight integrator
  • Conclusion.
This work discusses the rapidly developing European transport policy on sustainable freight and the connected efforts initiated by the European Commission (EC) on greening transport by the means of contract law. Greening transport has been a central goal for the EU for decades. The main problem has been, and still is, that far too much carriage of goods within the EU is performed unimodally: by road carriage alone. This has caused severe problems particularly in central Europe, where both trade and environment is suffering from an ineffective transport industry with growing problems of congestion and pollution. A modal shift in transport from mainly road based to a form of transport in which more environmental friendly modes such as rail, inland waterways and sea born transport are integrated into one transport chain, is hence an objective of the EU. If successful, this model could then be extended to the international transport community. The key question raised in this book is whether the traditional role of contract law is changing to such an extent that the parties involved must take external interests into account. In the case of the EU's efforts to enhance sustainable carriage of goods within its realm, the author explores whether governmental interference is necessary, or if we can trust that the parties will integrate environmental issues into their contracts because there is a demand for such clauses. The different proposals for an EU regime on multimodal contracts of carriage are discussed in this context. This book will be of great relevance to academics and practitioners with an interest in EU law, transport law, environmental law and maritime law in general.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138796706 20160619
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ix, 1640 pages ; 25 cm
  • Part I: European Union legislation
  • Treaty and charter provisions
  • Regulations
  • Directives
  • Current commission proposals
  • Part II: Uniform law
  • Part III: Common principles.
Among the most significant legal developments of our time is the emergence of a European private law. The European Union has enacted regulations and directives which profoundly affect the practice, teaching and study of core areas of 'classical' private law. Within Europe, commissions have formulated principles of European contract, tort, family and insolvency law as well as aspects of commercial law. Furthermore, uniform private law can be found in a number of international conventions and sets of principles. This second edition gathers together fundamental texts from these three sources into one convenient volume. Its emphasis is on general civil and commercial law, particularly on the obligations and property aspects of these. This second edition is a sister volume to the original German edition, now in its 5th edition.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781782258643 20170327
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293 pages ; 24 cm
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lv, 704 pages ; 25 cm
  • Overview / Haigreve Khaitan
  • Entry strategies and foreign investment regulations / Sawant Singh
  • Responsible business : and evolving debate / Linda S. Spedding
  • Reputation risk management when doing business : an evolving International discussion / Linda S. Spedding
  • Mergers and acquisitions / Sai Krishna Bharathan, Vivek Bajaj, Bhuvana Veeraragavan, Deepayan Das, Veena Ganesh & L. Vydyanathan
  • Raising equity capital : regulatory framework / Ahhimanyu Bhattacharya, Aditya Cheriyan Thomas George & Subhayu Sen
  • Debt financing / Piyush Joshi
  • Corporate governance / Umakanth Varottil & Richa Naujoks
  • Labour and employment laws / Alok Bhasin
  • Intellectual propertty rights : protection and enforcement / Abhishek Malhotra & Sumeet Malik
  • Competition law / R.V. Anuradha & Sumiti Yadava
  • Developing infrastructure : the PPP route / Piyush Joshi
  • Direct tax / Nidhi Goyal
  • Indirect taxes / Rohini Aggarawal
  • Arbitration / Priti Suri
  • Aspects of environmental law / Nawneet Vibhaw
  • Cyber legal frameworks and business / Pavan Duggal
  • The choice of India to do business : some concluding remarks / Linda S. Spedding.
As India begins its second generation reforms and further opens up its economy and integrates it with the rest of the world, it has changed and overhauled many of its laws and regulations. For any foreign investor planning to invest in India either in partnership with an existing Indian corporation or business or on its own, it is important to be aware of and have the information of the legal and regulatory framework that will govern its entry into India and how it will be governed while doing business in India. This book broadly covers almost all the legal and regulatory aspects that a foreign investor expects to face in its journey into India and its stay here. The book has been divided into eighteen chapters and covers the legal and regulatory aspects of the following: An overview of India, entry strategies and foreign investment regulations, a note on responsible business, reputation risk management, mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, debt financing, corporate governance, labour and employment, intellectual property, competition and unfair trade practices, infrastructure, direct taxation, indirect taxation including a note on the proposed unified goods and services tax which will subsume all current indirect taxes and levies, arbitration, environment, cyber framework and a final chapter on India as the choice to do business in. All these chapters have been authored by experts in their respective fields and they are managing partners, partners or heads of divisions in their respective firms and organisations based out of India and abroad.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781509909926 20170410
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xxvii, 240 pages ; 24 cm.
  • The internal market as a legal concept
  • Finding the internal market in the treaty
  • The law, politics and economics of the internal market
  • Principle themes and structure
  • The internal 'market'
  • The 'internal' market
  • Personal scope
  • Justification
  • Creativity in the gap between negative and positive law : the principle of conferral unleashed
  • Abuse
  • Fundamental rights and national identity in the internal market
  • The internal market as a site of diversity
  • The legislative dimension : harmonization
  • Legislative competence more broadly
  • Pre-emption.
What does the 'internal market' mean? The EU is committed to the construction of an internal market, and in this analysis Stephen Weatherill explains that the EU's internal market is an ambiguous legal concept. One may readily suppose that the United Kingdom possesses an internal market. So does Germany, so does France, so does Australia, and Canada, and the United States of America. The European Union aspires to an internal market, but the detailed patterns governing these several internal markets are not uniform; in fact they vary according to the extent to which the constituent units are permitted to pursue different regulatory policies. They vary according to the scope of law-making competence and powers allocated to the central authority. They vary according to the governing institutional (judicial and political) arrangements. The quality and intensity of the regulated environment varies according to the choices made. There is a broad band of possible internal markets, ranging from one that is radically decentralized as a result of a choice in favour of unrestricted inter-jurisdictional competition to, at the other extreme, one that is radically centralized in the sense that law-making competence has been completely stripped away from the constituent units in favour of the central authority. Within that spectrum there is a huge range of options. In this inquiry into the limits and ambiguities of the internal market as a legal concept, Weatherill examines and explains the choices made by the EU and demonstrates what they entail for the shape of the EU's internal market. This book is not about 'Brexit', but it shows that one of the claims commonly made by Brexiteers - that the internal market can be confined merely to a deregulatory exercise in free market economics - has no support whatsoever in either EU constitutional law or in EU legislative and judicial practice.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198794806 20170327
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viii, 226 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Overview
  • An overview of the French judicial system
  • Historical and cultural background
  • Jurisdiction in business litigation
  • Domestic rules of jurisdiction
  • International rules of business jurisdiction
  • Jurisdiction over antitrust cases
  • Evidence
  • Internal rules of evidence
  • International rules in evidentiary matters
  • Evidence in competing law proceedings
  • Right of action
  • Internal rules on the right of action
  • Internal rules on actions
  • Proceedings
  • General rules
  • Special rules
  • Judgments
  • The concept of judgment
  • Different kinds of judgments
  • Effects of judgment
  • Appeal against judgments
  • Appeal in strict meaning
  • Petition of cassation, "pourvoi en cassation"
  • Third party application.
"This textbook is an introduction to French business litigation. It deals not only with French domestic proceedings, but also with unfair competition procedure and European and international business litigation, in order to offer foreign lawyers a complete overview of the subject. Since European law is part of French law, it is studied as such (especially in French cases applying EU regulations). After an overview of the French judicial system, this textbook will cover jurisdiction, evidence, action, proceedings, judgments and appeals. It may help civil lawyers to explain to common lawyers the civil law system as well as the French judicial system."-- Back cover.
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ix, 337 pages ; 25 cm
  • Commerce, law and evidence
  • Commerce, merchants and homo economicus
  • Security of persons and property
  • Dispute resolution
  • Business organizations : families, partnerships and companies
  • Consumer protection, competition, fair prices and agency/information institutions.
Legal and informal institutions were developed to secure persons and property, resolve commercial disputes, raise capital and share risk, promote fair dealing, regulate agents and gather market information. Law and Commerce in Pre-Industrial Societies examines commerce, its participants and these institutions through the lens of nine pre-industrial societies from hunter/gatherers to 18th century Qing merchants.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004306233 20160619
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xvi, 315 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Nationalism
  • Nationalisation and denationalisation
  • Why private law should be national
  • Euronationalism.
While the internationalisation of society has stimulated the emergence of common legal frameworks to coordinate transnational social relations, private law itself is firmly rooted in national law. European integration processes have altered this state of affairs to a limited degree with a few, albeit groundbreaking, interventions that have tended to engender resistance from various actors within European nation-states. Against that background, this book takes as its point of departure the need to understand the process of legal denationalisation within broader political frameworks. In particular it seeks to make sense of opposition to Europeanisation at this point in the evolution of European law when, despite growing nationalist attitudes, great efforts have been made to produce comprehensive legal instruments to synthesise general contract law - an area that has traditionally been solely within the ambit of nation-states. Combining insights from the disciplines of law, history and political science, the book investigates the conceptual and cultural associations between law and the nation-state, examines the impact of nationalist ideas in modern legal thought and reveals the nationalist underpinnings of some of the arguments employed against and, somewhat paradoxically, even in support of legal Europeanisation. The author's research for this book has been supported by the Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781509907410 20170403
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xxii, 1883 pages ; 25 cm
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