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EU company law provides an account of a wide range of subjects of extreme importance to European businesses. Among the subjects treated are: the company's right to operate in other countries on an equal footing with domestic enterprises; federal company organizational forms - the economic interest grouping and the SE company; tax-free structural changes across borders; formation and capital injection; dividend and other capital outflows; general meetings, board of directors and management, including the issue of single-tier or two-tier company mangement; subscription and representation rules; liability in damages; group relationships, including across borders; employees and their position in regard to outsourcing; the annual report; merger between companies of the same or different nationalities; merger control; division and business transfer; voluntary and compulsory dissolution; and reconstruction. The topics are treated in the book on a common European basis.