|Număr de pagini||748|
|Data apariției||10 ianuarie 2008|
The practice of international commercial law has become so complex since the onset of ‘globalisation’ that it has become virtually impossible for interested parties to collect their own copies of the various source materials. Hence this very welcome collection, which in its first edition quickly became a cornerstone resource for business lawyers. Now, after six years, the editor has thoroughly updated this truly indispensable book, making it far and away the most complete collection of applicable treaties, institutional rules, regulations, model laws, and codes any international commercial law practitioner, scholar, or student will find anywhere. In numerous additional and updated texts, the Second Edition includes vital practical information on recent developments in such important aspects of the field as the following:
• taking of evidence in arbitration;
• service of legal documents abroad;
• enforceability of court-issued and arbitral awards;
• the role of ‘gatekeepers’ such as credit rating agencies, securities analysts, and external auditors;
• global regulation of financial markets;
• disclosure of price-sensitive information; and
• regulatory measures against corruption and bribery.
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