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Appeals provides a comprehensive overview of the appeals process in unfamiliar jurisdictions worldwide. Topics covered include: court systems structure; specialised appellate courts; separate appellate bars; preparation, steps and length of the appeals process; injunctions and stays; further appeals; briefing and argument processes; limitations to the power of review; the submission of new evidence and the raising of new legal arguments; fees and costs; settlements; and third party funding.

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This country-by-country guide to the law and regulation covering merger control includes legislation, triggers and thresholds; the notification process; and remedies.

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State Aid aims to explain the effect of EU legislation and regulation surrounding state aid law in major European jurisdictions, providing readers with up-to-the-minute insight on the strategic...