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Commercial Law of the European Union

by Moens, Gabriël.
Authors: Trone, John.%author. | SpringerLink (Online service) Series: Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice ; . 4 Physical details: 500p. online resource. ISBN: 9048187745 Subject(s): Law. | Commercial law. | Comparative law. | Public law. | Law. | International & Foreign Law/Comparative Law. | European Law/Public International Law. | Law and Economics. | Commercial Law.
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The Political Institutions of the European Union -- Free Movement of Goods -- Free Movement of Persons and Services -- Free Movement of Capital -- Commercial Law and Policy -- Competition Law -- Removal of Taxation Barriers to Trade -- Public Procurement -- Industrial and Commercial Property Rights -- Social Dimension of the European Union -- Judicial Review and the European Court of Justice -- The Effect of EU Law upon National Law -- The European Union and the World Trading System -- Problem Questions -- Table of Equivalence: EEC Treaty Version – Treaty of Amsterdam Version -- Table of Equivalence: Treaty of Amsterdam Version – Treaty of Lisbon Version.

The volume of European Union legal acts relating to commercial law is staggering. This book provides a clear and concise overview of the vast bulk of European Union business law, giving extensive coverage to both legislation and the decisions of the Court of Justice. The text is fully up to date in the light of the Treaty of Lisbon. The book approaches European Union business law from the perspective of non-Member common law nations such as the United States, Australia and Canada. An Appendix contains model problem questions. Each chapter contains extensive references to other books, articles and websites for further reading. “By collecting the material; organising it so skilfully; presenting it so clearly; and summarising it so succinctly, the authors have also worked a kind of miracle. Their efforts will be appreciated by legal practitioners, judges, scholars and teachers within and outside the EU because they have made the essence of EU commercial law available in a single book.” The Hon. Michael Kirby AC  CMG, former Justice of the High Court of Australia  (1996-2009)

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