- Paperback: 412 pages
- Publisher: Hart Publishing (February 1, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1841138916
- ISBN-13: 978-1841138916
- Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 0.8 x 9.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Comparative Company Law: A Case-Based Approach
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.the most appreciable novelty of this book is its approach to the comparison of company law across Europe and the major world economies, which makes it a must-have for both legal academics and practitioners. (Demetrio Maltese The Cambridge Law Journal, Volume 72. Issue 3)
There is no doubt that the project is intrinsically interesting, and the editors and authors have reinforced this by selecting some of the more controversial topics in company law for their focus...The book is likely to be most useful to two groups of lawyers; those tasked with law reform or law restatement, and academic lawyers who, from time to time, ought to be able to prick their students' complacency about their own jurisdiction by pointing out that on some questions other jurisdictions approach things differently. It is perhaps not too optimistic to think that this makes the book of some indirect advantage to all practising lawyers. Advanced courses in corporate law are another obvious market for the book. (Professor Peter Watts QC New Zealand Law Journal)
. this book is and remains a very useful contribution to comparative corporate law and governance, and its editors deserve praise for their meticulous approach to the wealth of data they and their contributors have gathered. (R.C. Nolan Law Quarterly Review, 130)
About the Author
Mathias Siems is a Professor of Commercial Law at Durham University. David Cabrelli is a Senior Lecturer in Commercial Law at the University of Edinburgh.