Freedom of establishment and private international law for corporations

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Oxford University Press , Oxford, U.K
Domicile of corporations, Freedom of movement, Corporations, Conflict of laws, Foreign Corporations, Law and legisl
StatementPaschalis Paschalidis
SeriesOxford private international law series, Oxford private international law series
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LC ClassificationsKJE5174 .P368 2012
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxvi, 285 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL25363974M
ISBN 10019969804X
ISBN 139780199698042
LC Control Number2012934411
OCLC/WorldCa769471072

Freedom of establishment is one of the four fundamental freedoms of the European Union. The principle is that natural persons who are European Union Citizens, and legal entities formed in accordance with Freedom of establishment and private international law for corporations book law of a Member State and having its registered office, central administration or principal place of business within the EU, may take up economic activity in any Member.

Central to the book is the concept of national choice of law. In considering the impact of freedom of establishment on private international law for corporations, the book uniquely analyses both corporate and insolvency law together, presenting the topic in the broadest possible : Hardcover.

Central to the book is the concept of national choice of law. In considering the impact of freedom of establishment on private international law for corporations, the book uniquely analyses both corporate and insolvency law together, presenting the topic in the broadest possible sense.

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The principle is that natural pe Brand: OUP Oxford. Focusing on the impact of the freedom of establishment on private international law for corporations and insolvency, this book explores the fate of the real seat theory, the doctrine of abuse, and addresses the important questions of regulatory competition and 'forum shopping' for incorporations and insolvencies in the EU.

This book provides a much-needed analysis of corporations in private international law.

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It discusses the principle of freedom of establishment and attempts to determine where a corporation has its seat for legal purposes.

Freedom of Establishment and Private International Law for Corporations. Freedom of establishment is one of the four fundamental freedoms of the /5(K). This textbook provides an analysis of this important subject for company lawyers. It includes discussion of the principle of freedom of establishment and focuses upon the key issue of determining where a corporation has its "seat" for legal purposes.

A survey is given of current European law and of private international law developments in three "incorporation" countries. 29 See, inter alia, Feliciano, “ Legal problems of private international business enterprises: an introduction to the international law of private business associations and economic development ”, II Recueil des Cours de l'Académie de droit international de la Haye ()at p.

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I recently posted my forthcoming book chapter, Centros, the Freedom of Establishment for Companies, and the Court’s Accidental Vision for Corporate Law (forthcoming in EU Law Stories, Fernanda Nicola & Bill Davies eds., Cambridge University Press ) on SSRN. This chapter attempts to tell a short intellectual history of the debate about free choice.

The theory of incorporation has prevailed in all common law jurisdictions and has gained some acceptance amongst civilian systems. In English law, the law of the place of incorporation has been traced back to eighteenth-century case law.1 Its predominance is uncontroversial.2 It is also followed in several key Commonwealth jurisdictions,3 as well as in the United States.4 It Author: Paschalis Paschalidis.

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Buy Freedom of Establishment and Private International Law for Corporations Hardcover at International law, also known as public international law and law of nations, is the set of rules, norms, and standards generally accepted in relations between nations.

It establishes normative guidelines and a common conceptual framework to guide states across a broad range of domains, including war, diplomacy, trade, and human rights. (); P aschalis Paschalidis, Freedom of Establishment and Private International Law for Corporations (); Catherine Barnard, The Substantive Law of the EU - The Four Freedoms, - (5th Author: Daniele Fabris.

* New Law Journal, 3 Aug * The book is a valuable contribution towards an empirical study of the current problems associated with private international law and EC law in respect of private companies.

* International Company and Commercial Law Review (Vol. 13, Issue 7, July ) * show moreAuthor: Stephan Rammeloo. The book is a valuable contribution towards an empirical study of the current problems associated with private international law and EC law in respect of private companies.

(International Company and Commercial Law Review (Vol. 13, Issue 7, July )) This book is part of the excellent series of Oxford monographs in private international law Author: Stephan Rammeloo.

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This paper analyses the status, rights and obligations of multinational corporations (MNCs) under international law, focusing in particular on international human rights, investment, environmental. International labour law is the body of rules spanning public and private international law which concern the rights and duties of employees, employers, trade unions and governments in regulating the workplace.

The International Labour Organization and the World Trade Organization have been the main international bodies involved in reforming labour markets. This book provides analysis for company lawyers, including discussion of the freedom of establishment and focusing upon the key issue of determining where a corporation has its 'seat' for legal Read more.

Freedom of establishment shall include the right to take up and pursue activities as self-employed persons and to set up and manage undertakings, in particular companies or firms within the meaning of the second paragraph of Arti under the conditions laid down for its own nationals by the law of the country where such establishment is.

Extract. DEVELOPMENTS OF EC COMPANY LAW REGARDING COMPANIES GOVERNED BY THE LAWS OF MEMBER STATES: OVERVIEW Like EC corporate tax law and, in general, all areas of EC law, EC company law has been developed, on the one hand, by the Community institutions’ legislative action, on the other hand by the case Author: Luca Cerioni.

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PDF Freedom of Establishment and Private International Law for Corporations Oxford Private Read. On Friday 13 th,Professor Turkular Isiksel joined the Sawyer Seminar on Corporations and International Law to discuss her work. Isiksel, the James P.

Shenton Assistant Professor of the Core Curriculum at Columbia University, began her lecture by. TRANSNAT'L L.() (book review); see also Stephen G. Wood & Brett Scharffs, Applicability of Human Rights Standards to Private Corporations: An American Perspective, 50 AM.

COMP. () ("As a general matter, the United States does not look to international law for enforceable legal normsCited by: 7. With a world-class editor team, content items and authorship from almost of the world’s foremost scholars, the Encyclopedia of Private International Law is the definitive reference work in the field.

57 different countries are represented by authors who shed light on the current state of Private International Law around the globe Author: Symeon C Symeonides. " Kamminga, ‘Corporate Obligations under International Law’, Stakeholder submissions to the report of the High Commissioner for Human Rights on the Responsibilities of Transnational Corporations and related Business Enterprises with regard to Human Rights, Paper presented at the 71st Conference of the International Law Association, plenary Cited by:   Freedom of the press—the right to report news or circulate opinion without censorship from the government—was considered “one of the great bulwarks of liberty,” by the Founding Fathers of.

Multinational Enterprises & the Law (2nd Edition) Peter T Muchlinski Bibliographic Information Series: Oxford International Law Library Public International Corporations (3) Business and Legal Forms and the Control of MNE Activities; Freedom of Association and the Right to Organize (b) Collective Bargaining and Consultation.

Preliminary question on the case ACO, C/ Cuestión prejudicial sobre el caso ACO, C/ Keywords: temporary work agencies, advanced payments, freedom of movement of EU citizens, free movement of workers, freedom of establishment, freedom to provide services – agencies de trabajo temporal, libre circulación de los ciudadanos de la Unión, libre circulación de .V Admission and Establishment.

From: Principles of International Investment Law (2nd Edition) Rudolf Dolzer, Christoph Schreuer. Previous Edition (1 ed.) Content type: Book content Product: Oxford Scholarly Authorities on International Law [OSAIL] Published in print: 15 November Author: Rudolf Dolzer.master in labour law, public international law, human rights, the law of corporations as well as private international law.

But in a book on the position of the corporation in labour law this cross-sectoral issue – in my humble opinion – could not be missed. And as my professional relationship with Teun has always bridged the fault lineCited by: 3.