European Business Law, the fourth volume in our series, shows how the European authorities simultaneously abolish all restrictions on access to and exercise of economic activities (free movement of goods, persons and services, capital) and support the growth of domestic markets, through the harmonization the internal legislation or the enactment of genuinely unified regulations.
Based on the decision-making practice of the Commission and the case law, European Business law presents the most comprehensive overview possible of the European rules applicable to undertakings and their business activities.
Commercial agency, companies and groupings, transfers of undertakings, consumer affairs, intellectual property, public procurement, jurisdiction and the enforcement of decisions, anti-dumping duties.
This book is intended for legal professionals, academics and students.
Chapter 1 IntroductionTable of contents (pdf)
Part 1 Abolition of restrictions on free movement
Title 1 Free movement of goods
Title 2 Free movement of persons and services
Title 3 Free movement of capital
Part 2 Completion of the internal market
Title 1 Principles of precedence and direct effect
Title 2 Directives
Title 3 Regulations
Table of Abbreviations