Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business, Volume 44
Published: June 2023
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: Netherlands
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Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business, currently in its 44th volume, published under the aegis of the Center for International Legal Studies, Austria, aims to add to the contemporary discourse by exploring a wide array of challenges faced in the arena of business law. It serves to provide insight to business law practitioners and academics on the latest developments.
What’s in this book:
The following topics have been discussed:
- How uniformity of the treaties and conventions is compromised after they are subjected to the varied interpretation of domestic law
- How the contractual laws of different jurisdictions deal with situations such as global health crises
- The role of the World Trade Organization in enhancing the legitimacy of global economic governance within the scope of the trade laws
- How the concept of naked licensing in trademark law differs in the United States, United Kingdom, and India
- How the best effort clauses operate as a mechanism to deal with unenforceable obligations in pandemic-like situations and how it is difficult to implement and comply with the same
- Whether PRIME Finance is the last link in the global governance of financial institutions on international law-making or just a part of the social circle
- Whether mediation should be made compulsory for all commercial litigation cases or is it time for the new rendition of Halsey v. Milton Keynes>
- The legal challenges faced by the adoption of Insurtech in the Fintech Industry
- How the ex-post mechanism of Corporate Insolvency and Bankruptcy laws differs concerning the rights and position of creditors in the liquidation process in India and Germany
- How the Corporate Governance Code varies across different jurisdictions such as Mainland China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore, Japan, and Germany
- How the international investment law uncovers the inequalities between foreign investors and states, developed and developing states, and foreign and domestic investors
The authors are practitioners and academics from Argentina, Australia, Belgium, China, Finland, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Singapore, South Korea, and the United Kingdom. They provide a nuanced perspective on a large spectrum of issues witnessed in the arena of business laws.
How this will help you:
Although businesses are increasingly global, financial distress is confined by jurisdictional boundaries. One of its kind, this volume furnishes a broad and diverse perspective on some of today’s pressing business law issues in a shrinking world and encourages the development of policies at national and international levels.