Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business
Susan Meek (Hrsg.)
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Sozialwissenschaften, Recht, Wirtschaft / Allgemeines, Lexika
The 1999 volume of the Comparative Law Yearbook of lnternational Business contains sections on Company Law, Dispute Resolution, Employment Law, Insolvency Law, Intellectual Property Law, Taxation and Finance and other general commercial issues. There are a number of chapters which tackle cross-border issues, such as taxation, jurisdiction and arbitration, while others concentrate on specific geographical areas, such as the Asia-Pacific Region.Some authors explore problems in the workplace, including the reduction of the workforce and incidents of racial discrimination within it, issues of which all employers need to be aware. Also examined are those subjects which are ever present in the life of a business, among them, bankruptcy and insolvency, procurement, intellectual property, investment, contracts and other matters of company law.Other chapters comprise an in-depth look at the Vienna Convention on the lnternational Sale of Goods, a highly specialized discussion of patent second medical use claims, an explanation of how criminal sanctions are being applied to crimes against the environment, a report on the devaluation and dollarization of an economy and an interesting insight into the effect of a nation's culture and traditions upon its legal system.This volume of the Yearbook contains chapters on a wide variety of issues which arise regularly in the commercial world, but it also contains discussions on a number of more specialized topics. These will not only be of use to the practitioners and business people involved in those areas, but will make extremely interesting reading for those who are not and provide an introduction to subjects which they may find useful in the future.The General Editor Dennis Campbell is Director of the Center for lnternational Legal Studies, Salzburg, Austria. He is assisted by a distinguished Board of Advisors drawn from leading academics and practitioners in Europe, North America and the Far East.