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Published on December 11th, 2016 | by Argyro Myzithra


New Book: Droit international et européen des sociétés

Authors: Michel Menjucq

Editor : L.G.D.J

Collection: Précis Domat
ISBN :  978-2-275-04150-6

Release date : 10/2016
Page number: 576 pages

Language: French


It is of the greatest interest for companies that currently carry out international operations to gather together in a single work all legal questions relating to this matter. To this end, this book deals with them distinctly in three parts:

– the international status of companies concerning the nationality of companies, the recognition and condition in France of foreign companies, conflicts of laws relating to companies, but also the situation of companies in the European context, particularly with regard to freedom of Establishment;

– the international operations of companies such as cross-border mergers or takeover bids, international transfers or the transfer of registered office, which may be carried out within the European framework by means of European legal entities such as the European company or The European cooperative society;

– the international economic failure of companies, profoundly modified by the advent of European insolvency law.

The book, which incorporates the most recent national and European provisions and jurisprudence, in particular Regulation 2015/848 of 20 May 2015 on insolvency proceedings, aims to give a clear understanding of the rules of International law and European company law. As such, it is practical to students of Master 1 and Master 2, as well as practitioners and lawyers from companies concerned by international business law.


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