Legal Aspect of Business (Mercantile Law)

Author: R S N Pillai

Publisher: S. Chand Publishing

ISBN: 9788121935517

Category: Law

Page: 1057

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This book is an attempt to provide a means of systematic study in a simple way. The aim of the book is to present the subject matter in the most concise, to the point, lucid and illustrative manner. We are confident that the book will be an invalubale assest to the students of Mercentile Laws. A large number of examples and leading cases have been given with a view to helping students to understand the subject-matter clearly.
Legal Aspects of Business

Author: Daniel Albuquerque

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0199463166

Category: LAW

Page: 0

View: 750

The second edition of Legal Aspects of Business: Texts, Jurisprudence, and Cases is a comprehensive textbook designed especially for postgraduate students of business management. It presents a complete, all inclusive jurisprudence and supplements the concepts with numerous cases, exercises, and profiles of legal luminaries. The book is divided into six parts. Part I introduces the reader to Business Jurisprudence. As the contract law is foundation to all business laws, Part II, Commercial Jurisprudence, on Mercantile Law discusses the Indian Contract Act, 1872 and its features at length. The Sale of Goods Act, 1930, the Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881, The Indian Partnership Act, 1932, the Companies Act, 2013, and the Competition Act, 2002 are also covered in depth. Part III, Financial Jurisprudence, covers the laws related to finance and banking at length. Part IV, Labour and Industrial Jurisprudence, covers the laws related to wages, workers' social security, and industrial relations. Part V, Aspects of New Economy and Jurisprudence, throws light on laws related to information and communication, intellectual property rights, and environment protection. Part VI, Judicial and Social Jurisprudence, is devoted to business and criminal liability and basic rights and business. The book also offers valuable insights to practitioners to arrive at legally sound decisions in various business situations.
Chinese Commercial Law

Author: Maarten Roos

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 9789041132543

Category: Law

Page: 330

View: 242

The rapid and continuing development of the Chinese economy and its markets has made business with China an integral component of the strategies of countless foreign companies, regardless of their size or form. However, in order to turn opportunities into successful enterprises, managers need a practical guide on the legal aspects of conducting business in China, and on the strategies for effectively circumventing unnecessary risks while simultaneously using the legal system to strengthen operations and protect interests. This remarkable book provides the necessary insight and guidance to devise a corporate strategy, and to tackle issues relating to common aspects of doing business with Chinese counterparts, investing in a Chinese enterprise, and engaging in business operations there. Drawing on expertise gained during eight years in China serving the legal needs of foreign companies, the author shows how many of the mistakes that foreign companies make can easily be avoided by conducting a proper due diligence and understanding how applicable laws work in practice. He clearly describes the opportunities and pitfalls exposed as a foreign investor engages with such elements of business in China as the following: negotiating a detailed written contract; performing a legal and commercial due diligence on a prospective partner; resolving disputes through negotiation, arbitration or litigation; establishing and enforcing trademarks, patents and other intellectual property rights; investing in China; considering the joint venture structure; expanding through a merger or acquisition; restructuring or liquidating an operation; designing and implementing effective corporate governance; retaining, managing and terminating employees; arranging funds into and out of China; ensuring both tax efficiency and tax compliance; and avoiding criminal liabilities in the course of doing business. Whether seeking to source from China or to establish manufacturing facilities in China to produce for export, to sell products or services on the domestic market, or even just to act as a conduit between China and the outside world, business managers and their counsel from all over the globe and across all industries will benefit enormously from this deeply informed, insightful, and practical guide
Legal Aspects of Business: Concepts and Applications

Author: Parul Gupta

Publisher: Vikas Publishing House

ISBN: 9789352718368

Category: Business & Economics


View: 610

This textbook introduces the Indian legal system and presents an exhaustive discussion on laws which govern and regulate businesses. It focuses on the application of the laws based on which managers need to take decisions on a day to day basis. It also fulfils its usefulness as a textbook for business management students and managers through a large number of cases and mini-cases highlighting the legal issues that surround and affect businesses. Court rulings and judgements have been weaved appropriately to provide better learning support. Aiming to provide the readers an understanding and knowledge of laws relating to business, the book provides an in-depth coverage of the law of contract, sale of goods, laws dealing with negotiable instruments, consumer rights, competition and laws regulating the incorporation and management of companies in India.
Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Latin America 2009

Author: Christian, Editor Campbell


ISBN: 9780557133390

Category: Business enterprises, Foreign

Page: 394

View: 744

Volume I, 2009 Edition: Argentina-Costa Rica. "Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Latin America", a two-volume set with 800 pages, provides a survey of the requirements for doing business and investing in the Latin America region. Purchase includes 24/7 online access. The reports are prepared by local business practitioners and offer practical insights into issues relating to selection of form for doing business, incentives, taxation, labor and employment, liabilities, and dispute resolution. Order volume II to complete the set. The publication is replaced by an updated volume annually. A 10% discount applies to a subscription for next year's update. A 25% discount applies to a subscription for three years of updates. Discounts are applied after purchase by rebate from publisher.
Business Law Guide to Belgium

Author: Van Bael & Bellis (Firm)

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 9789041121332

Category: Law

Page: 982

View: 970

The Business Law Guide to Belgium is essential reading for all companies doing business in Belgium, as well as for their legal advisers. This book is a time- and money-saving companion that deals with the legal aspects of most commercial scenarios from a practical point of view. Topics covered in the book include company law, mergers and acquisitions, accounting law, taxation and tax law, customs and excise law, financial law, employment law, residence and work permits, distribution law, E-commerce rules, intellectual property law, antitrust law, unfair trade practices, property law, environmental law, state aid rules, product liability law, data-protection rules, judicial composition and bankruptcy, and litigation and arbitration. Written by a team of Belgian lawyers at Van Bael and Bellis, this book reflects their day to-day experience with respect to the complex legal issues that arise under Belgian business law. This book is the only comprehensive treatise of Belgian business law available in English. Established in 1986, Van Bael and Bellis is one of the few independent international law firms based in Brussels. It advises companies from around the world on international trade law, antitrust law and Belgian business law, including corporate transactions and litigation.
Key Aspects of German Business Law

Author: Michael Wendler

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 354068574X

Category: Law

Page: 522

View: 749

This book presents a clear and precise overview of the key aspects of German business law. It was written by attorneys involved in the daily practice of bu- ness law in Germany and is aimed at people who wish to orient themselves quickly with the German legal system and the manner in which it impacts bu- ness purchases, establishment, operations and liquidations. The first section of the book is devoted to an explanation of the major issues to be considered in acquiring or establishing a business in Germany. The second section focuses on areas of commercial law that are important for an operating business. In comparison to the last edition four new areas (transportation law, customs regulations, insurance law and state liability law) are treated. The f- lowing sections deal with labor law as an independent part of German business law and with computer law. Furthermore, procedural law and European law are addressed. Finally, the last two sections of the book are devoted to an overview over the German tax law, which has an enormous impact on business decisions, and IP law. In all sections special attention has been paid to highlighting and explaining the differences between the German legal system and that of the United States. Nevertheless, the intention is to provide information that will prove valuable to all foreigners, particularly business men and women and lawyers advising clients with an interest in doing business in Germany.
Business Law in the Global Marketplace

Author: Peter Nayler

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780750660051

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 271

View: 280

This text is an invaluable tool for students on undergraduate and postgraduate management programmes containing elements of general and international business law. The legal dimension in managerial decisions is shown, and on-line resources provide current material to support the text.
Legal Aspects of Business Transactions and Investment in the Far East

Author: Dennis Campbell

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: STANFORD:36105044231194

Category: Law

Page: 320

View: 509

Despite the harmonizing effect of TRIPS and intellectual property law in general, technology transfer remains firmly rooted in domestic contract law and public policy. However, similarities in legal culture across many national borders keep this problem to a minimum--until we approach the technologically advanced countries of East Asia. For practitioners worldwide working with technology transfer in this culturally heterogeneous part of the world, Legal Rules of Technology Transfer in Asia is a godsend. For each of nine significant technology market jurisdictions--the PRC, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia--this nuts-and-bolts approach to the applicable national rules provides all necessary legal information and guidance. Country chapters by local authorities are structured to cover the following essential factors: government policy on technological research and transfer; intellectual property system; licensing agreements; registration and notification; dispute resolution; tax considerations; transfer of patents; choice of law questions; franchising; publicity and merchandising; and anti-trust rules Two introductory chapters provide a much-needed perspective on technology transfer in the context of the world trade regime as it especially affects East Asia, with an emphasis on the trend to clarify and strengthen anti-trust rules. A concluding chapter surveys the market anthropology of the region and offers an expert assessment of the probable future development of technology transfer trade in the region.