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Essays on Private and Business Law: A Tribute to Professor Adriaan Dorresteijn

Edited by: Harold Koster, Frans Pennings, Catalin Rusu

ISBN13: 9789462368187
Published: December 2017
Publisher: Eleven International Publishing
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £73.00



Many companies today face international influences, and many more will follow suit. A scenario that was recognised early on by Prof. Adriaan Dorresteijn (Utrecht University). To honour his innovative research, teachings, and administration work, this Liber Amicorum includes capita selecta of recent business and private law publications.

These articles discuss, inter alia, the relationship between mother and daughter companies, the protection of actors working for companies, cross-border company structures, and educational programmes about corporate law.

Subjects:
Commercial Law
Contents:
1. Substance over Form and the European Prospectus Regime
2. Parent and Subsidiary: For Better or for Worse?
3. The Paradox of the Dutch Class Action and the Fear of a `Compensation Culture'
4. What's in a Name? Names and Conceptual Frameworks for the Design of, and Approaches to, Law Programme Courses on Undertakings
5. Judicial Protection for Credit Institutions under the Single Supervisory Mechanism
6. Kelly v. Fraser Compared to the Allocation of Risk in Agency Law in the Netherlands
7. Changing the Causation Requirement and Its Impact on Companies Faced with Tort Claims
8. Towards a European Commercial Code?
9. Yes We Can (in the Near Future)- the Internationalisation of the Law of Execution and Attachment
10. Substance over Form in Various Aspects of Cross-Border Company Groups
11. The Societas Europaea (SE) Revisited
12. Who Is in Control in Public Procurement?
13. Enforcing Annulled Arbitral Awards in the Netherlands
14. What Is the Difference between a Worker and an Undertaking? New Developments in EU Labour Law and Competition Law
15. Minority Shareholdings in the EU: Between Economics, Corporate Law, Antitrust and Merger Control
16. Cross-border Conversions after Vale - the German Experience
17. Shareholders' Fundamental Rights in Listed Companies. Some Relevant and Some Undesirable EU Initiatives