The emergence of Europe as a unified trading block has profound implications for those who do business with European countries. European Union Law is written for lawyers and business professionals who require information about the changes that are taking place as a result of the unification process in the member states of the European Union. Unlike other materials on Europe, this book is written primarily for lawyers outside the EU. The book serves three important functions: It provides a comprehensive introduction to European law, law-making institutions and dispute settlement mechanism It presents European legal regimes for the general areas which are relevant to foreign lawyers, including corporate law, environmental regulation, securities regulation, antitrust law, mergers and acquisitions, licensing, product liability, and dumping It examines the European regulations of some important specific industries such as broadcasting and telecommunications. The editors and authors of this work are among the most prominent academic and professional authorities in the area of European Law. This book is the single most useful reference tool for those in need of current European Union information.It is not anticipated that these proposals will create any particular problems for U.S. credit ... in the Member State where the credit institution has its head office, the European Community adopted a Directive in 198318 on the ... of competition between credit institutions which had to observe the different requirements of their home states as well any supplementary controls imposed by the host state.
|Title||:||European Union Law After Maastricht:Practical Guide for Lawyers Outside the Common Market|
|Author||:||Ralph Folsom, Ralph B. Lake, Ved P. Nanda|
|Publisher||:||Kluwer Law International - 1996-06-27|