Freedom of Establishment and Private International Law for Corporations

Freedom of Establishment and Private International Law for Corporations

by Paschalis Paschalidis

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ISBN-13: 9780191638138
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Publication date: 03/29/2012
Series: Oxford Private International Law Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Paschalis Paschalidis, Réféndaire, Office of Advocate General Wathelet, Court of Justice of the European Union

Table of Contents

Part I Private international law for corporations
1: National choice of law for corporations
2: The incorporation and real seat theories in context
Part II Freedom of establishment and private international law for corporations
3: The normative content of freedom of establishment
4: Letterbox companies and the doctrine of abuse
5: Regulatory competition for incorporations
Part III Freedom of establishment and private international law for insolvency
6: The scheme of insolvency proceedings in the European Union
7: The COMI and forum shopping
8: Regulatory competition for insolvency
9: Reflections on the intersection of freedom of establishment with private international law for corporations
Part I Private international law for corporations
1. National choice of law for corporations
2. The incorporation and real seat theories in context
Part II Freedom of establishment and private international law for corporations
3. The normative content of freedom of establishment
4. Letterbox companies and the doctrine of abuse
5. Regulatory competition for incorporations
Part III Freedom of establishment and private international law for insolvency
6. The scheme of insolvency proceedings in the European Union
7. The COMI and forum shopping
8. Regulatory competition for insolvency
9. Reflections on the intersection of freedom of establishment with private international law for corporations

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