Editor: Duncan R. Reid-Thomas
This guide provides a comprehensive overview of the common contractual issues affecting the negotiation and drafting of business-to-business supply contracts for goods and services. Topics covered include: contract formation; statutory controls and implied terms; limitation of liability; payment terms; contract termination; subcontracting, assignment and third-party rights; breach of contract claims, disputes, and enforcement.
Editor: Oliver J Borgers
A broad-ranging, multinational view of domestic governments’ powers to control and block foreign investment. Expert local insight in jurisdictions worldwide, covering: an overview of law and policy towards oversight of foreign investment, powers of the regulators to intervene on national interest grounds and threshold issues, procedure: notification and filing submissions, timelines for clearance, regulatory guidance, lobbying, assessment: tests for clearance, interagency and international consultation, remedies and appeals and detailed analysis of recent leading case law.
Editor: Erika C Collins
For the past decade, we have surveyed milestones and significant events in the international employment law space to update and publish The Employment Law Review. It is our hope that this text provides legal practitioners and human resources professionals with some guidance, best practices and comprehensive solutions to significant workforce issues that affect a company’s market position, strategy, innovation and culture.
The landscape of human rights law is evolving rapidly. With ‘soft’ law evolving into ‘hard’ principles around the world, Business & Human Rights provides timely comparative analysis of legal and regulatory frameworks across a range of international jurisdictions. Topics covered include: reporting and disclosure; corporate due diligence, criminal and civil liability, judicial redress and non-judicial grievance mechanisms.