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Sweet & Maxwell PROFESSIONAL CATALOGUE 2013

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ConTenTs Accountancy

1

Intellectual Property – Patents

80

Administrative Law

1

Intellectual Property – Trade marks

82

Agricultural Law

3

International Trade

83

Arbitration

3

Land & Property

84

Aviation Law

7

Landlord & Tenant

86

Legal Systems

91

Licensing Law

91

Banking and Financial Services

7

Charities

20

Commercial Law

20

Company Law

25

Competition Law

29

Conflict of Laws

32

Litigation

92

Local Government

100

Media & Entertainment Law

102

Medical Law

102

Construction Law

32

Consumer Law

35

Mental Health

103

Contract Law

35

Partnerships

103

Conveyancing

38

Pensions

104

Coroners

40

Personal Injury Law

105

Criminal Law

40

Planning Law

108

Current Law

47

Professional Negligence

109

Damages

48

Public Procurement

110

Data Protection

48

Reference

111

Defamation

49

Road Traffic

114

Dispute Resolution

49

Scottish Law

114

Employment & Employee Benefits

50

Energy Law

53

Environmental Health

54

Environmental Law

55

Shipping

117

Sports Law

122

Taxation Law

123

Tort

126

European & EU Law

57

Family & Social Welfare Law

60

Trusts Law

127

Food & Catering Law

63

Wills & Probate

129

Highways

63

UK Trade and Academic Representation

131

Housing

64

UK Stockists

131

Human Rights

65

Immigration

66

International Agents and Recommended Stockists

131

Information Technology Law

67

Index to Titles

135

Insolvency

69

Index to Authors

140

Insurance Law

73

Index to Looseleafs

144

Intellectual Property – General

75

Index to Periodicals

145

Intellectual Property – Copyright

79

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INSIGHTS INTO IFRS

ACTIONS AGAINST PUBLIC OFFICIALS

KPMG'S PRACTICAL GUIDE TO INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING STANDARDS

LEGITIMATE EXPECTATIONS, MISSTATEMENTS AND MISCONDUCT

9TH eDiTion

Richard moules

editorial Board: The KPmg international financial Reporting group

actions against Public officials provides a comprehensive guide to the law relating to legitimate expectations, misstatements, mistakes and misconduct by public officials. It draws together the complex mix of administrative law, tort, EU law, human rights and non-legal redress in this area.

In insights into ifRs, the KPMG International Standards Group supplements the requirements of IFRSs with extensive interpretive and application guidance based on KPMG member firms' in-depth experience working with clients on IFRS issues around the world.

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Provides the conclusions reached by the KPMG International Financial Reporting Group on many interpretative issues

Focuses on the liability of public officials for their advice, statements and representations

Advises on when an authority can be sued and the most appropriate modes of redress, judicial and non-judicial, including ombudsmen

Covers the relevant legislation, statutory rules and instruments, regulations, statutory codes and guidance, and case law

Emphasises the application of IFRS in practice

Organised by topic to follow the structure of a set of financial statements

Cross-referenced extensively to the relevant standards

Includes detailed examples to illustrate the application of the standards

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Contains guidance on the new consolidation, fair value measurement and financial instrument standards

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Right Hon lord Woolf, sir Jeffrey Jowell, QC, Professor andrew le sueur, Catherine Donnelly and ivan Hare

"Passes with distinction the only test that matters to lawyers who are advising clients, or to judges who have to decide cases: it supplies the answers to complex legal problems ... it is superbly written." – The Times Regarded as the leading authority on judicial review, and frequently cited in court, De smith's Judicial Review provides detailed analysis of principles, procedure, remedies and case law. The new 7th edition has been brought up to date to reflect the latest developments in practice, procedure and case law.

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ConTenTs: The Context of Judicial Review.

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5TH eDiTion Clive lewis, QC

This popular text provides a comprehensive guide to the remedies available to litigants in public law. Its great strength is its specific focus. By concentrating exclusively on remedies it is able to offer detailed guidance on the whole range of available remedies, going beyond the core public law remedies available under judicial review to those which are less common. The new 5th edition has been brought up to date with major developments in the law, including the new Tribunal System, revision of the rules on delay, protective costs orders, cross-examination and disclosure, and major changes in the rules governing judicial review claims for breach of EU law, as well as important case law.

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Explains the complete range of public law remedies, from the prerogative remedies, declarations and injunctions to habeas corpus and statutory mechanisms of challenge Outlines the relevant procedures from start to finish, giving guidance on the options at each stage Examines the discretion of the court to refuse a remedy Discusses damages against public bodies Covers recent developments in legislation, case law, practice and procedure Includes the remedies available under EU law

ConTenTs: Introduction. Availability of Judicial

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Richard susskind oBe 4TH eDiTion JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, International

Jeremy Woolf

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Explains the changes brought in by the Regulatory Reform (Agricultural Tenancies) (England and Wales) Order 2006 and the Agricultural Land Tribunals (Rules) Order 2007 Covers the EU regime as it bears upon agricultural tenancies

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Features extensive procedural tables to help ensure the correct procedures are followed in a variety of applications, including termination, succession, compensation, variation of rent

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shai Wade, Phillip Clifford and James Clanchy

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HANDBOOK OF INVESTMENT ARBITRATION COMMENTARY, PRECEDENTS AND MODELS FOR ICSID ARBITRATION Thomas H. Webster

The Handbook of investment arbitration presents rule-by-rule commentary on the widely used ICSID Rules on investment treaty arbitration, based on actual awards in ICSID arbitrations. It provides detailed guidance for private counsel and governments on how to conduct an ICSID arbitration.

Goes through the ICSID arbitration process from start to finish

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Explains procedures in detail

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Intended as a tool for practising lawyers, it is designed to be accessible and easy to use at any stage in the workflow of an LCIA arbitration. It covers all topics, from the choice of the LCIA and drafting of suitable arbitration clauses through the entire process of an actual arbitration to the award and related matters. A "model forms" appendix takes the reader through all the documentation required during an LCIA arbitration, and provides a model set of typical forms.

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COMMENTARY, PRECEDENTS, MATERIALS 3RD eDiTion Thomas H. Webster and Dr michael Buhler

The Handbook of iCC arbitration is a practical, rule-by-rule guide to the Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce, the world's leading international arbitration institution, revised in 2010. It is for both the experienced practitioner and those approaching international arbitration for the first time, clearly explaining basic principles while at the same time providing the depth of analysis and references needed to solve the complex procedural issues that can arise during the arbitration process.

Gives all the practical background information when choosing London and the LCIA Rules for an arbitration

Goes through every aspect of the proceedings giving expert guidance throughout

The chapters follow the revised Rules of the ICC, each one setting out the relevant principles in plain English, before dealing with more complicated issues of interpretation, providing reference to discussions of the issues by other authors and to relevant case law and awards.

Covers all issues that need to be considered when forming an Arbitral Tribunal

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Discusses the challenge, removal or replacement of arbitrators

Refers to previous decisions of the LCIA Court

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Written by two members of the ICC Court Supplies a comprehensive review of the ICC arbitration process under the revised rules, from start to finish

Explains core principles and procedures with reference to precedents provided in appendices

Features Model Forms for an LCIA Arbitration

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HANDBOOK OF UNCITRAL ARBITRATION COMMENTARY, PRECEDENTS & MODELS FOR UNCITRAL-BASED ARBITRATION RULES Thomas H. Webster

This title presents a practical, rule-by-rule guide to the new UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules, revised in July 2010, offering in-depth commentary, analysis and support materials as used in both commercial and investment arbitration. It reviews each stage of the UNCITRAL arbitration process, from the arbitration clause, through the arbitral proceedings, to the award.

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Includes a valuable selection of precedents

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INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION LAW REVIEW

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international Commercial arbitration offers comprehensive, high level guidance through all aspects of international commercial arbitration. Written from the perspective of practitioners involved in arbitrations, it is set to become the leading text on this subject. It provides both in-depth coverage of the legal context within which international commercial arbitration operates and full explanation of the international commercial arbitration process, from drafting the arbitration agreement to the tribunal's award, as well as post-arbitral processes, such as challenge, appeal, and enforcing the award.

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This work examines in depth both UNCITRAL's Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration and the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Conciliation. It analyses each article of the two Model Laws in turn; their substance and how they have been enacted in over 60 jurisdictions around the world.

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INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC ARBITRATION IN SWITZERLAND 2nD eDiTion Bernhard Berger and franz Kellerhals

This book provides detailed commentary on the Swiss procedural law governing arbitrations seated in the country, going through each stage of procedure in turn. It is an extensively updated English language translation of the authors' highly regarded German text "Internationale und interne Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit in der Schweiz".

Guides the reader through all stages of an arbitration in a Swiss seat

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Goes through the entire arbitration process from initiation to the award

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JURISDICTION AND ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS AND THEIR ENFORCEMENT 2nD eDiTion David Joseph, QC

This work offers a comprehensive treatment of jurisdiction and arbitration agreements in commercial contracts, and the enforcement of consequent judgments. It gives detailed guidance on their validity, scope, construction and incorporation, as well as practical solutions to the problems that can arise in the enforcement of agreements.

Looks at all aspects of enforcement from the grant of stay, to injunctive and declaratory relief and an action for damages

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This new, updated edition is an essential, hands-on guide for those who require practical and easily accessible advice on international commercial arbitration. Dealing with both the contractual arrangements necessary to provide for arbitration in the event of a dispute, and the process of the arbitration itself, it goes step-by-step through the arbitration process, from commencement to enforcing the award.

Contains precedents relating to anti-suit injunctions and declaratory relief

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BERNSTEIN'S HANDBOOK OF ARBITRATION AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION PRACTICE

Looks at strategies to ensure each stage of the arbitral process meets a party's commercial objectives and maximises its prospects of success

Includes flow charts, case study, checklists, model clauses and comparative tables

Fully up to date to include recent rule changes from all the major arbitration bodies, including the 2012 ICC Rules of Arbitration; the 2012 Swiss Arbitration Rules; the 2012 CIETAC Arbitration Rules; and the 2012 KLRCA Rules

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COMPARATIVE LAW OF INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION 2nD eDiTion Jean-francois Poudret and sebastien Besson Translated by: stephen Berti and annette Ponti JURisDiCTion: International Apr-2007 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback

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THE DRAFT UNCITRAL DIGEST AND BEYOND CASES, ANALYSIS AND UNRESOLVED ISSUES IN THE U.N. SALES CONVENTION

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editors: nicholas elliott, QC and Charles Hewetson

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editorial Team led by Robin Booth

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A comprehensive and practical service that reflects the latest position on the law and practice in the UK on the prevention of money laundering. It advises on how money laundering is handled and penalised in key financial jurisdictions around the world.

This authoritative work explains the wide range of issues relevant to banking litigation, helping practitioners respond effectively at all stages of a dispute. It covers all the major areas of potential conflict, from disputes with domestic customers to those arising from global custodianship and international syndicated lending.

Acknowledged as the leading work on the subject, this looseleaf provides country-bycountry coverage of the relevant law. It is the essential working handbook on the laws relating to registration of aircraft, the registration of aircraft security, the enforcement of aircraft mortgages lease registration, and tax aspects.

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Includes a practical explanation of UK law, compliance requirements, investigations and prosecutions and the wider civil law consequences of money laundering

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AIRCRAFT LIENS AND DETENTION RIGHTS

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This work comprehensively covers the rights of third parties to seize and impound aircraft until unpaid debts are met or if aviation law has been contravened. It covers many of the key jurisdictions, addressing the key issues on a comparative basis.

general editor: austen Hall

Professor a g guest, QC

This work brings together all the different aspects of asset, project and property finance. It comes complete with a comprehensive range of precedents for aircraft finance, ship finance, equipment leasing, project finance, property finance, and receivables.

Chalmers & guest is the leading text on bills of exchange. It provides full treatment of cheques and other promissory notes, considering the ongoing impact of the Cheques Act 1992, as well as more traditional bills of exchange. It discusses the implications of recent trends including unjust enrichment and money laundering, and considers the impact of the electronic transfer of funds.

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Includes liens (domestic and foreign) of sellers, repairers, maintenance providers, salvors, contractors etc. Sets out government powers to detain and forfeit aircraft Covers over 75 jurisdictions

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Precedents are complete documents supported by alternative clauses for specific situations

Extensive introductions to each section place the precedents in context and set out what each document achieves

Expert commentary examines the relevant law relating to each type of transaction

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NEW

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EDITION

COMPLIANCE OFFICER BULLETIN

DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EUROPEAN MARKET

10 ISSUES A YEAR

29TH eDiTion

2nD eDiTion

nicholas elliott, QC, John odgers, QC and Jonathan mark Phillips

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Compliance officer Bulletin helps compliance officers and their advisers keep up to date with an unending series of changes to the UK regulatory regime, presenting unrivalled commentary and analysis on how FSA regulations impact on compliance officers and their business.

"Byles on Bills of Exchange...will continue to occupy its unique niche in the textbook field as is shown by the extent to which it is cited both before and by the courts." – Lloyd's List First published in 1829, Byles on Bills of exchange and Cheques explains the law relating to payment instruments and their use by banks and their customers, and is frequently cited in courts as an authority on the subject. It provides a detailed narrative account of the law of bills of exchange, promissory notes and cheques, dealing with the law under the Bills of Exchange Act 1882, and its subsequent evolution, including the Cheques Acts 1957 and 1992. This edition traces the development of the law through recent legislation and case law, bringing the reader up to date with the law as it stands today.

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Explains the attributes of the various instruments, considering their form, transfer, discharge, dishonour, and duties, rights and liabilities of the parties Covers foreign bills and conflict of laws issues Provides step-by-step analysis of court proceedings involving bank payments, including form of action, pleading and evidence, damages, interest and costs Examines forged bills, lost bills and payments make by mistake Shows how the law of principal and surety applies to bills Discusses insolvency and bills of exchange

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of Bills and Notes. Payee and Drawee. Inchoate Instruments. Inland and Foreign Bills and Notes, Bills in a Set and Copies. Capacity. Liability on a Bill. Transfer and Negotiation. Modes and Requisites of Transfer. Acceptance. Duties of Holder as to Acceptance. Presentment for Payment. Discharge-I. Discharge-II. DishonourNotice. Dishonour-Notice and Protest. Liabilities of Parties. Rights of Parties. Consideration. Alteration and Forgery. The Cheque-I. The Cheque-II. The Cheque-III. The Promissory Note. Conflict of Laws. Procedure-I: Form of Action, Parties and Summary Judgment. Procedure-II: Pleading and Evidence. Damages, Interests and Costs. Limitation of Actions. Lost Bills and Notes. Bill or Note as Payment. Payments made under a Mistake. The Law of Principal and Surety in its Application to Bills and Notes. Insolvency of Parties. JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, European Union,

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This new 2nd edition provides comprehensive legal and practical guidance on Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securitisation in the post-credit crisis environment. It covers UK and European practice, and goes through both new transactions and the administration of existing arrangements, including restructuring and refinancing of distressed debt in legacy CMBS.

Discusses the new 'CMBS 2.0' structures, designed to remove potential conflicts of interest

Explains the impact of recent UK and European regulatory developments

Includes a new chapter on Islamic financing issues

Features a range of practical tools, such as key agreements

Looks ahead to likely future trends and opportunities

Covers the investor's perspective helping legal advisers pre-empt their needs

Comprehensive and jargon-free guidance on financial markets regulation

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COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEMES

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This is an indispensable guide with full coverage – from both legal and regulatory perspectives – of the whole spectrum of derivative instruments and their associated documentation. It deals with the major and developing areas of use of derivatives, and gives an in-depth analysis of all the key issues, including capacity, netting, liability for misselling and collateral. It includes full coverage of the market techniques for both exchange-traded and over-the-counter derivatives.

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Provides a clear understanding of the legal issues concerning all types of derivatives transactions

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ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CONSUMER CREDIT LAW 2 RELEASES A YEAR general editor: Professor eva lomnicka, QC

The encyclopedia of Consumer Credit law provides unrivalled commentary on all the relevant statutes and statutory instruments in the field of consumer credit. It includes full coverage of the Consumer Credit Act 2006. All statutory provisions are set out in full and are accompanied by comprehensive annotations, and the work is fully indexed and cross-referenced for quick and accurate searching.

The looseleaf format is ideal for keeping abreast of change. It provides two releases a year and a release bulletin with details of new developments Includes the Consumer Credit Law Reports, backdated from 1980 to the present

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gooDe on legal PRoBlems of CReDiT anD seCURiTY

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Professor sir Roy goode, QC edited and updated by louise gullifer

"Page by page its account of the law is concise, lucid and evaluative, even in circumstances where the rules are amorphous and inconsistent ... every commercial lawyer will surely find it indispensable." Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation The new 5th edition of this acclaimed work provides a concise and lucid explanation of the law and regulation of credit and security. Regularly cited in court and in legal literature, it explores the fundamental concepts of common law and equity as they affect secured transactions. Its rigorous analysis brings clarity to complex, technical areas. By showing accurately how underlying principles apply to different transactions it helps avoid misunderstanding and disputes. Given the increased activity in complex lending and credit arrangements, the new edition is more relevant than ever for an understanding of the essential law relating to secured transactions.

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editors: Professor eva lomnicka, QC and John l. Powell, QC

This work assists in the understanding of this highly complex regulatory system. It features an in-depth examination of the implications of the Financial Services and Markets Act and its effects on the regulatory system.

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Includes a detailed section-by-section analysis of the legislation Details of Orders and regulations made under the Act Features the FSA Handbook Includes the relevant rules of recognised investment exchanges and designated professional bodies Service includes three updates each year and the Financial Services Brief newsletter

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Outlines the different forms that credit and security can take Provides unambiguous interpretation of the underlying legal principles Explains accurately how the principles apply in different transactions Identifies problem areas within the law and offers clear solutions Explains key concepts such as attachment, set-off, fixed and floating charges Considers the plethora of recent case law Examines national legislative developments and EU Directives Written in a clear and direct style, providing easy access to key concepts

ConTenTs: The Nature and Forms of Consensual Security; Attachment and Perfection of a Security Interest: General Considerations; Attachment, Perfection and Effects of Fixed Security in Non-Documentary Receivables; The Floating Charge; Fixed and Floating Charges: Some Problems of Priority; Security Interests in Corporate Investment Securities; Set-Off, Netting and Abatement; Some Aspects of Suretyship Law. JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, European Union,

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3RD eDiTion Professor sir Roy goode, QC edited and updated by Charles Proctor

This work provides a penetrating analysis of the legal principles underlying payment obligations in financial transactions. It helps practitioners understand the often obscure concepts on which disputes arising from modern payment systems frequently turn and to use them on their clients' behalf. It analyses the concepts of money, payment and obligation to pay; the right to payment; stipulations as to time; interest; the legal implications of inter-bank transfers, and foreign money obligations. Recent case law is analysed in the light of these fundamental principles.

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Offers new insights into familiar problems by rigorous analysis of underlying legal principles Considers a wide variety of topics, from the definition of money and payment through to international inter-bank transfers and foreign money obligations Provides robust views on complex but important areas, such as compound interest, payment to an agent, recovery of exchange rate losses and foreign illegality Looks at the introduction of e-money and payment by card Supplies materials from Commonwealth jurisdictions and the US, giving a comparative approach to problems that are international in character Discusses case law in depth Examines procedures which a bank must adopt to comply with anti-money laundering legislation without exposing itself to claims from customers Considers sanctions legislation, particularly the extra-territorial aspects of the US Patriot Act for foreign banks

ConTenTs: PaRT i: The Concepts of Money, Payments and Obligation to Pay; PaRT ii: The Right

to Payment and the Defences to a Payment Claim; PaRT iii: Stipulations as to Time: Interest; PaRT iV:

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HEDGE FUNDS AND THE LAW Peter astleford and Dick frase

Hedge funds and the law provides a comprehensive guide to all the legal, regulatory and tax matters that need to be considered when setting up and operating hedge funds. It examines the legal regime for funds in the UK, US, Luxembourg, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore.

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Considers fund structuring, fund management and fund marketing Discusses fundraising and the different investor groups Deals with the dissolution of hedge funds Discusses the impact of current market problems Compares regulatory initiatives in the US and EU Looks to the future, and the likely implications of further regulation

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inTeRnaTional loans, BonDs, gUaRanTees anD legal oPinions LAW AND PRACTICE OF INTERNATIONAL

3RD eDiTion Philip R Wood QC (Hon)

Philip Wood's classic series provides a fully integrated synthesis of international financial law over seven volumes. Each volume presents stand-alone coverage of key topics and themes in a specific area of financial law. This volume provides a comparative overview of the law and practice of international loans, bonds, guarantees and legal opinions in the key jurisdictions of the world. The entire commentary has been revised and updated to reflect the changes and developments brought about by the global financial crisis.

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Examines the legal principles, alongside detailed explanation of how they are applied in practice Deals with all 320 jurisdictions in the world, providing a comparative, multijurisdictional approach Provides practical guidance on structuring deals and legal packages Supplies outlines for guarantees and legal opinions enabling documents to be structured correctly Features extensive snapshot precedents to help with drafting

ConTenTs: PaRT 1: International loans;

Professor Hal s scott and Professor anna gelpern

This work provides a detailed overview of the law and regulation of the global financial system. It covers the key areas of banking, securities, derivatives and foreign exchange, as well as the infrastructure of financial markets internationally.

Examines the international aspects of the major domestic markets of the US, EU and Japan

Discusses the evolution of banking and capital market regulation

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Contains a new chapter on Chinese financial markets

Deals with the global financial crisis in 2008, looking at the subsequent regulatory and legislative reforms

Considers the issues surrounding the Eurozone debt crisis

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JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL BANKING LAW & REGULATION 12 ISSUES A YEAR

editors: graham Penn and Barnabas Reynolds

Launched in 1986 and established as the leading specialist international banking law journal, the Journal of International Banking Law has been expanded to include coverage of regulatory issues – and was relaunched as the Journal of international Banking law and Regulation. The increased scope of the Journal reflects the ongoing changes in the international banking, securities and regulatory arena. It provides detailed, practical analysis of international legal and regulatory issues from around the world. JURisDiCTion: International

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This book provides in-depth analysis and practical advice on the law and regulation of investment management in the UK and internationally. It is fully up to date with the latest developments relating to the Alternative Investment Fund Managers' Directive, MiFID, and UCITS IV.

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Looks at the nature of the client services relationship Considers internal compliance and the ramifications of conflicts of interest and information barriers Examines the legal issues raised by settlement and custody Discusses fiduciary duties and contractual issues Includes coverage of specialist areas such as hedge funds, private equity funds, and closed-ended funds Looks at investment management in the US, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Ireland and Hong Kong Analyses national and international case law

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After an unprecedented period of development for banking law, Key authorities in Banking law 2011-2012 provides a digest of the key banking decisions that practitioners need to know about. For ease of reference these are arranged thematically, with each thematic section introduced by a short commentary on the developments in that particular area. The case digests are set out under these headings: Topic; Facts; Procedural context; Summary of the decision; Analysis; Related cases.

LAW OF BANK PAYMENTS

LAW OF GUARANTEES

4TH eDiTion

6TH eDiTion

editors: michael Brindle, QC and Raymond Cox, QC

geraldine andrews, QC and Richard millett, QC

The law of Bank Payments analyses the practical and legal problems that arise from the making of payments by and through banks. It examines the law relating to the entire range of payment methods currently in use in banking transactions, from bills of exchange and documentary credits to electronic funds transfers and internet payments.

The law of guarantees provides a comprehensive explanation of the law and practice of guarantees and surety. It covers everything required for work in this area, from analysis of definitions and the general contract requirements, through the elements and construction of a guarantee, to its enforcement.

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The thematic sections cover:

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Investment banking Mis-selling Lending, security and documentary credits Deposits/current accounts Fraud and money-laundering Bank employee remuneration and bonuses States, war, terrorism and banking

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Discusses the underlying concepts of payment and how they relate to the practicalities of payment Covers all payment methods – from cash to internet transfer Considers the EC Payment Services Directive Explains the impact of recent legislation, including the Consumer Credit Act 2006, the Banking Act 2009, Money Laundering Regulations and Gambling Act 2005 Looks at the legal implications of new processes, including the new cheque clearing procedures Assesses UCP 600 on documentary credits and eUCP on electronic presentation

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Looks at the elements of a guarantee, its construction, and its enforcement Covers guarantees for loans, consumer credit, hire purchase, landlord and tenant, building contracts and commercial contracts Examines the guarantor's liability and rights against both creditors and debtors Discusses revocation of contracts and discharge of the surety Deals with insolvency Provides workflow solutions – checklists, specimen pleadings, and 14 precedents

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THE LAW OF LOANS AND BORROWING 3 RELEASES A YEAR

Professor alastair Hudson

editor: struan scott

The law of finance: a Comprehensive Treatise for Practitioners provides a comprehensive overview of international finance law from an English perspective. With a comparable structure to Hudson's academic title of the same name, it has been significantly modified to include the depth and practical perspective needed by those in practice.

The law of loans and Borrowing considers every aspect of the subject from domestic mortgages and consumer credit to raising money on the quoted Eurobond market, including a comprehensive account of the institutional framework within which borrowing takes place.

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Discusses key concepts in contract law, property law and tort law which are not covered in other texts Relates the legal principles to specific problems encountered in practice Goes through the law covering various types of lending transactions Looks at the core principles of private international law Examines the principal regulatory norms established by the FSMA 2000 and the FSA Rulebooks Discusses the EC and international initiatives to regulate financial activity

Considers in detail the regulation and supervision of banks, building societies, the securities market, the wholesale money market, and consumer credit transactions

Examines the tax consequences of interest and dividends

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Considers the Consumer Credit Act 2006 Includes commentary on the Financial Ombudsman Service

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THE LAW ON FINANCIAL DERIVATIVES

THE MODERN CONTRACT OF GUARANTEE

5TH eDiTion

2nD eDiTion

Professor alastair Hudson

Professor John Phillips and Professor James o'Donovan

This work supplies an in-depth explanation of the legal principles underlying over-thecounter (OTC) derivatives in the UK.

Covers all of the litigation in the wake of the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the credit crunch

Explains the proposals for the regulation of derivatives in the EU and USA, including MiFID

The modern Contract of guarantee provides a practical guide to the law of suretyship in modern commercial practice. It gives practitioners a detailed point of reference on all aspects of the subject, covering the formation and validity of a contract of guarantee, the scope and discharge of liability, and the rights of the parties.

Provides a full analysis of the ISDA Master Agreement and the many recent cases casting doubt on its effectiveness

Discusses factors affecting the validity of the guarantee, such as duress and undue influence

Analyses the new code for the taxation of derivatives in the UK

Gives guidance on drafting contracts of guarantee

Discusses how the latest case law on the interpretation of contracts applies to derivatives transactions

Examines the meaning of clauses commonly inserted in guarantees, with detailed reference to case law

Considers problems the lender may have enforcing the guarantee

Looks at the rights of guarantors both before and after payment

Refers to a wide range of Commonwealth decisions making the text relevant throughout the common law world

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LEGAL ASPECTS OF SOVEREIGN DEBT RESTRUCTURING

PRACTICAL LENDING AND SECURITY PRECEDENTS

Dr Rodrigo olivares-Caminal

4 RELEASES A YEAR

This work provides detailed analysis of the legal problems surrounding sovereign debt default and presents a toolkit for dealing with them. It helps practitioners understand a client's options for suing the sovereign or entering into an exchange, such as a debt swap or debt restructuring.

general editors: Jonathan lawrence and Richard Hardwick

Discusses the concepts of how to restructure sovereign debt

Goes through the steps a creditor must consider before suing the sovereign

Shows how a successful judgment can be enforced

Discusses both market-oriented and statutory approaches to debt restructuring

Includes case studies of successful debt restructuring in Russia, Ukraine, Pakistan, Ecuador, Uruguay, Argentina, Belize and Grenada

Presents the law according to English and US systems, with reference to the norms of other jurisdictions

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2nD eDiTion Timothy spangler

This work provides a practical guide to the law and regulation of alternative investment funds. Covering hedge funds, venture capital funds, buy-out funds, real estate funds and more esoteric vehicles, it examines the fundamental structuring and the operational issues common to these funds in a jargon-free manner. This edition has been extensively revised in the light of the credit crisis, the Madoff affair and other scandals, and the evolving role of regulators.

Discusses structural, investment, marketing, administrative and taxation topics

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Covers stress testing and liquidity

Contains case studies and practical examples to illustrate the issues

Deals with litigation risk, enforcement and rights and duties of management

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A PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENT FUNDS

A PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO AUTHORISED INVESTMENT FUNDS Charlotte Hill

With its clear commentary and expertly drafted documents, the work covers loan and finance agreements for a wide range of commercial transactions, including acquisition finance, trade finance, working capital, project development, and refinancing and workouts.

This book examines all the different types of authorised fund vehicles, and the rules applying to each one. It goes step-by-step through the rules and procedures to be followed when setting up, launching, marketing, operating and winding up authorised fund vehicles.

Contains valuable checklists of matters to be considered when entering into lending and security agreements

Looks at investor relations and the information that must be provided to investors

The various precedents are put in context, explaining how the relevant law is applied with coverage of banking, company or tax law

Includes detailed coverage of how the rules on financial promotions impact on the marketing of investment funds

The full text of the precedents is now also available on CD in Word format to enable speedy drafting of documents without the need to re-key

Covers all the important recent developments, including the UCITS III directives, the FSA collective investment schemes sourcebook (COLL) and the impact of MiFID

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A PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO BASEL III AND BEYOND

A PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO DERIVATIVES

Consultant editor: Richard Barfield

Consultant editor: Jonathan marsh

This book explains the revised Basel Accord framework introduced in the wake of the global financial crisis. The new measures are designed to strengthen the resilience of the international banking sector, and this book explains what they mean in practice.

This work is a clear guide to the legal and regulatory concepts that govern the use of derivatives. It is a valuable single volume resource for compliance officers and in-house counsel, finance directors, corporate treasurers and their advisers, helping them demystify a complex area.

Explains the role of the Basel Committee in the context of the credit crisis

Discusses the rationale behind the new framework

Goes through the major themes that arose during the financial crisis – leverage, liquidity, remuneration, governance – and how each will be treated under the new framework

Gives detailed guidance on the controls banks will need to have in place to ensure continuing compliance

Looks at how other initiatives at national and European level impact

JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, International Jun-2011 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Paperback

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Provides practical advice on the rationale and use of derivative instruments

Explains structures and strategies in a jargon-free style

Uses examples to show how transactions work in practice

Deals with regulatory developments and risk management, to give a complete picture of the post-credit crisis environment

Discusses regulatory capital and the specific requirements for derivatives

Covers litigation: how to avoid things going wrong and where litigation can arise

Nov-2010 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Paperback, 248 pp

978 0 414 04305 3 411605 £145.00/€185.00

A PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO EUROPEAN LEVERAGED FINANCE

Consultant editors: Rob Helm, Dick frase and martin Day

a Practitioner's guide to european leveraged finance looks at best practice in leveraged finance across Europe, with emphasis on the UK as the largest, most sophisticated European market. It focuses on business and financial advice, rather than simply going through the legal technicalities

Gives expert guidance on how conflicts should be managed in the context of UK regulation

Advises on systems and controls to put in place to avoid conflicts arising

Explains the latest EU-level developments and their impact on UK financial institutions

Goes through the impact of US law and regulation, including the Dodd-Frank Act, on institutions outside the US

Covers the situation in other jurisdictions, including Hong Kong, and the civil law approach with reference to France, Germany and Luxembourg

EDITION

3RD eDiTion Consultant editors: angela Hayes and Carlos Conceicao

a Practitioner's guide to financial services investigations and enforcement is a practical resource for all firms and individuals that may find themselves the subject of, or be asked to assist in, an investigation or enforcement action. Covering procedure under the new UK financial services regulatory structure, it deals with every stage of the investigation and enforcement process, from internal investigations through to challenging decisions of the Financial Services Tribunal.

Explains the UK's new financial services regulatory regime and the role of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) as the main enforcement body

Explains how the new regulatory bodies interact in the enforcement process

Shows how best to deal with all stages of an investigation or an enforcement action

Gives both procedural and strategic guidance

Discusses how to respond to FCA requests for information

Explains the different civil and criminal investigations processes, and how they interact

Looks at the FCA's decision making process

Gives detailed coverage of all the disciplinary and enforcement options available

Covers challenging FCA Decisions, both in the courts and through other avenues

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A PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO CONFLICTS OF INTEREST IN THE FINANCIAL SERVICES INDUSTRY This work examines in a practical manner how the complex law and regulations on conflicts of interest apply in the financial services industry in the UK, USA and other important jurisdictions.

NEW a PRaCTiTioneR's gUiDe To finanCial seRViCes inVesTigaTions anD enfoRCemenT

Consultant editor: Christopher Hall

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Examines the loan agreement Deals with senior, mezzanine and second lien debt Considers the issues around high yield debt Discusses recent trends in senior loan negotiation Highlights legal, regulatory and other differences between the UK and four other EU countries: France, Germany, Italy and Spain

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Provides a detailed case study illustrating how conflicts of interest can be managed

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ConTenTs: Introduction and Overview; the FCA

Perspective; Requests for Information; Notifying the FCA of Regulatory Problems and Internal Investigations; Skilled Persons Reports; Remedial Action; Formal FCA Investigations: Civil Investigations; Formal FCA Investigations: Criminal Investigations; How the FCA Makes Disciplinary and Enforcement Decisions; The Role of Mediation; Disciplinary Sanctions and Other Enforcement Options; Challenging FCA Decisions: the Financial Services and Markets Tribunal; Challenging FCA Decisions: the Courts and Other Avenues; Interface with Other Investigations and Proceedings; Acting for Individuals. JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom Oct-2013 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Paperback

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A PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO INSIDE INFORMATION

A PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO THE AIM RULES

2nD eDiTion

a PRaCTiTioneR's gUiDe To mifiD

Brian mcDonnell

2nD eDiTion

Consultant editor: Tom nicholls

a Practitioner’s guide to inside information presents comprehensive guidance on the UK regulatory environment relating to inside information. It draws together all the strands of what is a complex legislative and regulatory maze, advises on effective risk management and explains how to build appropriate systems and controls.

Consultant editor: Jonathan Herbst

a Practitioner's guide to the aim Rules is the established leading guide for senior management in AIM-listed companies and those seeking to list, and their professional advisers. It explains the requirements of an AIM listing, the admission procedures, and the ongoing obligations and tax issues.

Provides comprehensive coverage of FSA, Takeover Code, civil and criminal issues

Gives guidance on the FSA’s policy of “credible deterrence”

Advises on systems and controls requirements

Contains important guidance on US securities laws and their impact on UK listed companies

Covers the latest developments in UK and European regulation

Includes all significant recent case decisions and examines their implications

Features numerous checklists and examples

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Follows the life cycle of a syndicated loan Explains all aspects of setting up and managing syndicated loan agreements Looks at selling the deal Covers trading the loan Includes many practical examples, a detailed glossary and a list of frequently asked questions

Looks at defaults and restructurings, and advises on what to do when things go wrong

Examines key variations in jurisdictions around the world

6TH eDiTion

This new edition is a complete practitioner's guide to the provisions and practical implications of MiFID II. It covers both the original MiFID Directive and all the changes and extensions brought about by MiFID II, explaining how the new directive will impact firms and how they need to prepare for its implementation. It also shows how the directive interacts with other European and UK level legislation.

Gives detailed coverage of the scope of the recast Directive and its impact

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Explains the requirements of MiFID II Shows firms what they need to do to prepare for implementation of the directive

Details the roles of the solicitor, accountant and nominated adviser (Nomad)

Gives updated guidance on corporate governance and the duties of directors

Looks at the broker and trading rules, and settlement arrangements (CREST)

Includes new chapters on fund structures and on US companies

Contains in-depth and extensively updated coverage of tax issues

Features extensive model forms and documentation

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Covers all aspects of conduct of business requirements affected by MiFID II – fair dealing, best execution and organisational requirements

Deals with the new transparency and reporting requirements

Covers regulated markets and multilateral trading facilities (MTFs), and the new category of Organised Trading Facilities (OTFs)

Includes a foreword from the Director of the European Securities Markets Authority (ESMA)

Consultant editor: andrew shutter

a Practitioner's guide to syndicated lending provides an understanding of the fundamental commercial and legal principles forming the basis for syndicated lending across the range of corporate borrowers.

EDITION

The new Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, MiFID II, will be one of the most important directives to come out of the EU, and will directly affect the business of all types of financial institution.

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A PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO SYNDICATED LENDING

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ConTenTs: Introduction; Scope, Authorisation and Passporting; Overview of Organisational and Conduct of Business Requirements; Conduct of Business Standards – Organisational Requirements; Conduct of Business – fair dealing with clients; Conduct of Business Standards – best execution; Conduct of Business Standards – information requirements; Transparency and transaction reporting standards; Regulated Markets and MTFs; Commodities Derivatives. Third Country Regime. JURisDiCTion: European Union Sep-2013 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Paperback

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NEW a PRaCTiTioneR's gUiDe To THe CiTY CoDe on TaKeoVeRs anD meRgeRs 2013/2014

NEW a PRaCTiTioneR's gUiDe To THe fCa lisTing Regime 2013/14

NEW a PRaCTiTioneR's gUiDe To THe RegUlaTion of maRKeT aBUse

26TH eDiTion

martyn Hopper

25TH eDiTion

a Practitioner's guide to the fCa listing Regime 2013/14 is the definitive, annual guide to the UK's Listing, Prospectus and Disclosure and Transparency Rules. It discusses how these rules link into the statutory surroundings and provides a complete understanding of the listing procedures and the continuing obligations of a company after listing.

a Practitioner's guide to the Regulation of market abuse covers all aspects of the law and regulation relating to market abuse in the UK. The focus of the book is to explain how the market abuse regime operates in practice. After an initial introductory chapter familiarising readers with the legislative framework and key concepts, it goes on to examine the practical impact of the regime in a range of different business contexts.

EDITION

a Practitioner's guide to the City Code on Takeovers and mergers is the definitive annual guide to the work of the City of London's takeover watchdog. It presents clear commentary and guidance on The City Code on Takeovers and Mergers and how it is implemented. The 2013/2014 edition has been fully updated to cover all the latest changes.

Gives guidance on all the rules, explaining the responsibilities and actions of each party throughout the transaction

Discusses the rules surrounding the approach, announcements and the provision of independent advice

Explains the restrictions on dealings and requirements on disclosure

Compares mandatory and voluntary offers

EDITION

Provides practical, detailed and fully updated guidance on the UK's Listing, Prospectus and Disclosure and Transparency Rules

Explains the key aspects of the UK Market Conduct Regulations

Discusses the status of the UKLA under the new regulatory regime

Includes details of the Market Abuse Directive Review

Presents introductions to the three rulebooks and statutory framework

Covers the scope of the UK regime and explains when it applies

Examines in detail the requirements of the Rules so that compliance is fully met

Discusses what constitutes a misleading statement

Covers redemption or purchase by a company of its own securities

Explains the statutory framework within which the listing regime sits

Explains when trading is considered misleading or a distortion of the market

Goes through accepted conduct during an offer

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Covers tipping and insider trading

Covers the continuing obligations of a company once listed

Considers the impact on takeovers of the regime to combat market abuse

Looks at overseas companies, investment entities, debt and specialist securities and mineral companies, and how these are treated differently to other entities

Deals with market abuse and listed companies and in M&A transactions

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Covers commodities futures trading

ConTenTs: The Takeover Panel. The Approach, Announcements and Independent Advice. Share Dealings – Restrictions and Disclosure Requirements. Mandatory and Voluntary Offers and their Terms. Provisions Applicable to all Offers, Partial Offers and Redemption or Purchase by a Company of its own Securities. Documents from the Offeror and the Offeree. Conduct During the Offer; Timing and Revision; and Restrictions Following Offers. Profit Forecasts and Asset Valuations. Application of the Market Abuse Regime to Takeovers.

Framework for Listing. Application Procedure and Publication of Prospectuses. Contents of Prospectuses. Financial Information. Continuing Obligations. Significant Transactions and Related Party Transactions. Overseas Companies, Investment Entities, Debt and Specialist Securities, and Mineral Companies.

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Includes an introductory chapter from the UKLA, and contributions from some of the foremost experts in the field

ConTenTs: The Listing Rules. The Statutory

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Shows how the market abuse regime applies in primary markets

Looks at how the market abuse regime applies to the fund management industry

ConTenTs: Overview of Market Conduct

Regulations in the UK. When Does the UK Regime Apply? Insider Trading. Tipping. Market Manipulation: Overview. Market Manipulation: Misleading Statements. Market Manipulation: Transactions. Market Manipulation: Misleading or Distorting the Market Through Conduct (other than trading). Practical Application: Primary Markets. Practical Application: M&A Transactions. Practical Application: Listed Companies. Practical Application: Sales and Trading. Practical Application: Commodities Futures Trading. Practical Application: Fund Management. JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom May-2013 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Paperback, c. 350 pp

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a PRaCTiTioneR's gUiDe To THe RegUlaTion of inVesTmenT BanKing

NEW EDITION

a PRaCTiTioneR's gUiDe To THe UK finanCial seRViCes RUleBooKs

NEW EDITION

Consultant editor: geoffrey Wynne

3RD eDiTion

6TH eDiTion

Consultant editor: simon gleeson

Consultant editor: Ruth fox

This book is a complete guide to the regulation of investment banking activities in the UK. It brings together all the legal and regulatory changes that will affect the investment banking industry in the postcredit crisis world, explaining the new principles, processes and regulatory structures for those working in the institutions and their legal advisors.

This is the leading guide to the UK's financial services regulatory rule books. Formerly published as A Practitioner's Guide to the FSA Handbook, it has been completely revised and restructured to reflect the replacement in 2013 of the Financial Services Authority (FSA) by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

Explains how the transition from the Financial Services Authority to the new financial services regulatory bodies will impact on investment banking Deals with all types of investment banking transactions, including equity capital markets, derivatives, loan markets and short selling Covers the practical impact of the Vickers Report and the proposed ring-fencing of retail banking operations in the UK

Explains the impact of EU developments, including MiFID II and the Market Abuse Directive Review

Discusses the practical implications of the Basel III capital adequacy and liquidity requirements

Gives guidance on the impact of the Dodd Frank Act outside the US

Advises on key areas of compliance such as governance, client assets, market abuse and confidentiality

Looks at The UK Corporate Governance Code and other governance developments

ConTenTs: The regulatory landscape and the

role and statutory powers of the regulators; Governance and senior management; Uncleared derivatives; Derivatives clearing; Securities markets, clearing and settlement; Short selling; Market abuse regime; Prospectus Directive; Loan markets; Impact of Dodd Frank outside the US; Equity capital markets; Client assets; Conflicts and confidential information. JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, USA,

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Provides clear guidance through the rule books of the UK's new financial services regulatory bodies Covers the new UK regulatory structure and the replacement of the FSA Handbook with new rule books from the FCA and PRA

Closely follows the structure of the new rule books for ease of reference

Explains how conduct of business, prudential regulation, authorisation, enforcement and consumer issues are dealt with in the new rule books

Helps compliance officers and their legal advisors identify how their practice will need to change under the new regime

Covers the impact of EU and international level developments including MiFID, MAD and Basel III

Explains how the new regulatory bodies interact

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Wurtzburg & mills draws on its reputation as the definitive text to provide a comprehensive guide to the numerous problems presented by the Building Societies Act 1986, now heavily amended by subsequent legislation, and its far-reaching consequences for the powers and regulation of building societies.

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A PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO INTERNATIONAL MONEY LAUNDERING LAW AND REGULATION

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ConTenTs: PaRT i – Supply of Goods and

6 ISSUES A YEAR

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GUEST ON THE LAW OF ASSIGNMENT Professor anthony guest

guest on the law of assignment provides a complete analysis of the law of assignment. It offers practitioners detailed guidance for drafting, challenging or examining a contract and when preparing for litigation involving voluntary assignment. It includes, for each issue or topic, the authority that supports the legal principle.

Considers the various ways English law gives effect to assignments

Discusses statutory assignments, equitable assignments and agreements to assign

Examines the specific rules applicable to particular types of assignment (shares; insurance contracts; intellectual property; documentary intangibles)

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5TH eDiTion general editor: ian Hewitt

The 5th edition of this work offers an in-depth examination of all aspects of joint ventures and a range of collaborative relationships.

Covers the practicalities of drafting, negotiating and setting up joint ventures

Goes through capital, funding issues, tax, regulatory and accounting issues

Examines the use of Limited Liability Companies in joint ventures

Deals with international joint ventures, with specialist chapters on key overseas jurisdictions such as China, India, Brazil, Russia and Switzerland

Features an extensive range of precedents on an accompanying CD-ROM

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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL/REVUE DE DROIT DES AFFAIRES INTERNATIONALES 6 ISSUES A YEAR general editor: Professor Henry lesguillons

The international Business law Journal presents expert articles and commentary on every aspect of international business law. It examines how company, contract, investment, taxation and financial law, as well as arbitral decisions, impact on international business.

Articles are translated and presented in French and English

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JOURNAL OF BUSINESS LAW 8 ISSUES A YEAR general editor: Professor Robert m merkin

For over 50 years, the Journal of Business law has been a unique forum for debate of current developments and problems in all areas of commercial law.

Provides detailed assessment of topics where developments in commercial practice require new interpretation of the law

Identifies problematic issues following changes in the law

Offers advice in situations where disputes or uncertainties can arise, such as contractual obligations, agency and distribution agreements, conduct of directors, protection of rights, joint ventures, international trade and more

Access for online subscribers to an archive of issues back to 1997

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INTERNATIONAL COMPANY AND COMMERCIAL LAW REVIEW

NEGOTIATING INTERNATIONAL JOINT VENTURE AGREEMENTS

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12 ISSUES A YEAR

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS NEGOTIATING GUIDES

6TH eDiTion

Consultant editor: Jason Chuah

1 RELEASE A YEAR

Richard Christou

international Company and Commercial law Review provides corporate and commercial lawyers with timely and topical analysis of recent developments in international company and commercial law.

stephen sayer

This popular work offers practical guidance on the negotiation and drafting of international agency, distribution and manufacturing agreements. It provides expertly drafted precedents, supported by general and clause-by-clause commentary on the legal and commercial aspects of their drafting, application and use.

Provides all the most commonly used precedents on agency, distribution, licensing, escrow and consultancy agreements

Covers agreements for both EU and non-EU territories, including Australia, Russia, Japan, China and USA

Deals with the impact of the Vertical Restraints Block Exemption Regulation, the Lisbon Treaty and the Bribery Act 2010

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JURisDiCTion: International

Containing articles, book reviews and a news section from over 30 country correspondents worldwide, iCClR is a forum where current international issues are analysed by leading practitioners and academics.

negotiating international Joint Venture agreements is a highly practical looseleaf manual dealing with the legal and commercial aspects of structuring and negotiating international and domestic joint ventures. It offers clear, concise and jargon-free access to complex law and documentation.

A set of authoritative and user-friendly precedents cover virtually all types of commercial joint venture situation

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PALMER ON BAILMENT THe laW of PeRsonal PRoPeRTY

NEW

general editors: Professor michael Bridge and Professor gerard mcmeel

This new work provides a comprehensive and in-depth treatment of both tangible and intangible personal property. There has been no authoritative guide to this substantial part of common law since the 5th edition of a student text, Crossley Vaines on Personal Property, published in 1973. This new book fills that gap with a heavyweight practitioner work.

3RD eDiTion general editor: Professor norman Palmer CBe

Palmer on Bailment examines in detail all those legal relationships under which one person has possession of goods that belong to another. It analyses a vast range of transactions, covering not only those bailments that are negotiated on a commercial basis but also those that occur without the consent of the owner and those that carry no formal remuneration.

A PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO PRIVATE EQUITY Consultant editors: mark soundy, Timothy spangler and alison Hampton

a Practitioner's guide to Private equity provides practical guidance on private equity deals in jurisdictions worldwide. It examines the structuring of private equity funds and the regulatory environment for funds and private equity firms.

Deals with transactional topics such as buyouts, exit considerations and public-toprivate deals

Explains the impact of bailment on other fields of civil obligation

It addresses a critical area of commercial law as the bulk of corporate wealth now lies in personal property, whether tangible interests in plant, machinery, ships and aircraft, or intangible holdings in book debts, shares, intellectual property rights and insurance policies.

Explores the relation between bailment and possession at large

Presents practical guidance in chronological order

Analyses all the latest developments – in areas such as bailment and limitation periods, insurance, intangible property, the human body, animals, and transmissible leases of chattels

Explains the role of debt and looks at restructuring issues

Contains guides to private equity in a range of international jurisdictions

Advises on litigation, including the pleading of bailment claims

Includes commentary on a wealth of case law, including from Commonwealth jurisdictions

Examines in detail the various interests in personal property, exploring concepts such as ownership, possession and bailment, as well as equitable interests

Considers the various ways of acquiring and transferring interests

Discusses how interests are protected and enforced, in common law and in equity

Explores the legal principles in depth, with detailed analysis of case law

Deals with the property aspects of sale of goods

Analyses all modes of dealing with or transferring interests in intangible property

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PRACTICAL COMMERCIAL PRECEDENTS

PRIVATE EQUITY LAW AND PRACTICE

4 RELEASES A YEAR

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general editor: Daniel Rosenberg

4TH eDiTion

Covers commercial topics, such as retention of title clauses and Quistclose trusts, by locating them within the wider common law and equitable principles

Practical Commercial Precedents provides all the documents and clauses needed, together with expert advice and guidance to prepare documents for virtually every commercial situation.

general editor: Darryl Cooke

Deals with the private international law, insolvency and procedural issues

Each precedent document is supported by a clear explanation, offering guidance on selecting the right document and advising on alternative clauses that might be required to deal with specific situations.

Covers security interests

ConTenTs: Part A: Overview and General

Matters. Part B: Tangible Personal Property: Legal and Equitable Interests in Tangible Personal Property; The Acquisition of Interests in Tangible Personal Property; The Protection and Enforcement of Interests in Tangible Personal Property. Part C: Intangible Personal Property: Legal and Equitable Interests in Intangible Personal Property; The Acquisition of Interests in Intangible Personal Property; The Protection and Enforcement of Interests in Intangible Personal Property. Part D: Insolvency. Part E: Private International Law. JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, Commonwealth Aug-2013 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback

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Explaining clearly the law and current practice of private equity transactions, this work offers advice and information relevant to private equity investors, companies seeking funds, those financing deals, and managers wishing to buy out a company.

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Looks at every part of private equity, including fund formation, acquisitions, restructuring companies, and divestment Explains the tax and regulatory issues Covers debt and equity structures Offers guidance on due diligence Gives an international perspective on private equity, including coverage of France, Germany, India and China Deals with private equity in public to private transactions Features a chapter on the development of management Provides checklists for all legal and business aspects of private equity

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SALE OF SHARES AND BUSINESSES

COMMERCIAL SERIES

COMMERCIAL SERIES

2nD eDiTion

6TH eDiTion

3RD eDiTion

Rosalind nicholson

Christopher goodwill and alexandra Kamerling Consultant editor: Chris osman

andrew stilton

This work provides a thorough understanding of articles of association and the part they play in the constitution of a company. In particular, it explains the changes introduced by the Companies Act 2006 and how the articles of association specified there differ from those required previously under company law.

This practical text provides detailed guidance on the drafting, negotiation and enforcement issues associated with the law of restraint of trade and business secrets. It explains how they apply in employment relationships, business sales, partnerships and joint ventures.

Discusses a wide range of commercial contracts

Explores the application of the competition law provisions in the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union and the new Vertical Agreements Regulation

LAW, PRACTICE AND AGREEMENTS

sale of shares and Businesses provides comprehensive guidance on the acquisition of businesses in the UK, whether the acquisition is structured by way of a purchase of shares or a purchase of assets. It is relevant to every type of business sale, using examples drawn from all sizes of transactions.

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Includes precedents of restrictive covenant clauses on a CD-ROM

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SALE AND SUPPLY OF GOODS AND SERVICES

Provides advice for both the buyer and the seller Covers the entire due diligence process Advises on the sales agreement, including warranties and indemnities Incorporates the latest developments from the Companies Act 2006 Covers recent changes in tax, pensions and employment legislation Takes account of recent Law Society guidance on "virtual" completions Includes a CD-ROM of precedents for rapid document drafting

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Deals with pre-contractual issues, the formation of contracts, the discharge of contracts and defective performance

general editor: Robert Thompson

This practical guide supplies precedents of warranties and indemnities to use when drafting sale and purchase agreements. Extensive commentary gives clear guidance on how and when to use them, together with detailed drafting advice.

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Explains the methods of dispute resolution

Sets out precedents and commentary for tax, property and general warranties, and indemnities for both asset and share sales Explains clearly the impact of each one – and suggests amendments to moderate their effect Provides guidance for both buyers and sellers in sale-and-purchase agreements Features the precedents on a CD-ROM

Includes a whole section on sale of goods and the internet

Provides checklists to ensure all important points are covered

Incorporates the changes introduced by the Companies Act 2006, the Equality Act 2010 and the Mental Capacity Act 2005

European Union

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Provides all the tools required to draft or advise on standard articles of association

Examines each new model article from the Companies (Model Articles) Regulations 2008 and its impact on companies incorporated in the UK

Includes a range of precedents for private companies, public companies and joint ventures

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SINCLAIR ON WARRANTIES AND INDEMNITIES ON SHARE AND ASSET SALES

This book provides a complete guide to the principles, practice and procedure of all aspects of the sale and supply of goods and services. Covering business to business and business to consumer transactions, as well as transactions between private individuals, it provides solutions to the problems practitioners face in practice.

ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION: TABLE A AND THE NEW MODEL ARTICLES

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BRITISH COMPANY LAW & PRACTICE SERVICE 8 RELEASES A YEAR general editor: Professor len sealy

This service provides two looseleaf volumes containing commentary, forms, precedents, new developments and British Company Cases, plus a fortnightly newsletter. It gives lawyers, accountants and in-house advisers all they need to know about this complex area.

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The Company Law Newsletter summarises the ongoing developments and recent cases in company law and includes topical articles and legislative changes

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THE COMPANY LAWYER 12 ISSUES A YEAR

DUE DILIGENCE LAW AND PRACTICE

general editor: Professor len sealy

editor: Professor Barry a.K. Rider

4 RELEASES A YEAR

The British Company law library provides expert commentary on company law, practice and legislation and case reporting in one source. Available on CD-ROM or in looseleaf format, the service includes British Company Law and Practice; British Company Cases (BCC); British Companies Legislation and Sweet & Maxwell's Company Law Newsletter.

The Company lawyer has been designed to keep readers up to date and aware of the implications of the constant changes and reforms in company law.

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Opinion section written by a leading figure The editorial column is an independent voice on major issues facing companies, their inhouse legal advisers and lawyers in private practice

A highly practical manual taking subscribers step-by-step through the due diligence process

Reports all the essential items of news from, for example, the Treasury, the FSA, the Takeover Panel, the Stock Exchange, the accountancy bodies, The Law Society and the EU

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Contributors located in over 30 world business and investment centres report on significant international developments

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Penetrating articles examine areas of company law and securities regulation

This is a comprehensive looseleaf manual on all aspects of the due diligence process. From the strategic objectives right through to postcompletion issues it provides a guide to all the legal and procedural issues. It includes a comprehensive, user-friendly set of instructions, including the practical tactics of due diligence.

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GOWER & DAVIES: PRINCIPLES OF MODERN COMPANY LAW

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Charles g s smith

9TH eDiTion

general editors: neil sinclair, sean geraghty and Richard snowden, QC

Previously known as Company Procedures Precedents, Company Precedents provides a complete system for undertaking key corporate transactions, and deals with the wide-ranging registration requirements of company legislation. From incorporation to AGMs, registration to winding up, it covers everything that a practitioner may encounter on a daily basis.

editors: Professor Paul Davies and Professor sarah Worthington

Company Directors: law & liability is dedicated exclusively to the law and practice relating to directors of companies. It provides detailed and practical information of immediate relevance to lawyers, accountants and company secretaries.

gower & Davies: Principles of modern Company law is the leading general text covering the increasingly complex subject of company law. It deals with all key areas of the subject by way of detailed, in-depth analysis, and provides essential guidance for law students and acts as a key reference guide for practitioners.

Each chapter examines the law and practice of a distinct area, such as powers, duties, meetings, directors as shareholders, and disqualification. Each section is self-contained to ensure ease of access, while cross-references within and between chapters allow fuller understanding of the subject.

Covers the relevant reforms under the Companies Act 2006

Includes over 400 precedents with commentary on their use

Provides a lucid explanation of key principles and legislation

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Examines case law in detail and gives guidance on areas where the law is unclear

Gives concise briefings on the relevant law and practice

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Provides all precedents on a CD-ROM for ease of use

Comprehensive coverage of the law and practice is provided by the general editors and carefully selected team of expert contributing editors

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Offers checklists to suit each transaction, ensuring no statutory demand is overlooked

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Incorporates and explains the wide-ranging changes arising from the Companies Act 2006 and the latest case law relating to it

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PRACTICAL COMPANY LAW AND CORPORATE TRANSACTIONS

COMMERCIAL SERIES

general editor: Professor geoffrey morse

3RD eDiTion

7TH eDiTion

Palmer's Company law is the complete company law service from Sweet & Maxwell and has provided essential commentary for over 100 years. There are four volumes of commentary and a CD-ROM of company law legislation.

editor: mark stamp

NEW HollingTon on sHaReHolDeRs' RigHTs EDITION

Robin Hollington, QC

"An excellent work which combines detail and overview, theory and practice. All corporate lawyers will want it on their bookshelves." – Journal of Business Law The new 7th edition of Hollington on shareholders' Rights offers a detailed statement of the law on the principles governing the rights of individual shareholders. It draws together case law from jurisdictions around the world, examines the remedies available to shareholders and advises on practice and procedure. The new edition incorporates the latest legislative and case law developments.

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A one-stop source of information on the rights of shareholders Sets out the key broad principles governing the rights of an individual shareholder and the balance of power between the majority and the minority Analyses case law in detail to show how the principles are being applied by the courts Explains the rights of minority shareholders and offers guidance on statutory remedies available to them when their rights have been breached Discusses articles of association and shareholders' agreements Covers the fiduciary duties of directors in relation to shareholders Examines the principles of partnership law (such as good faith) which have been adopted in company law Includes a full analysis of share valuation principles Goes through the practice and procedure involved when seeking a remedy Provides precedents and guidance to assist in drafting, including a Tomlin order and a 'Wallersteiner' costs indemnity order Explains key recent case law throughout the text, including many Hong Kong, British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands cases

ConTenTs: Introduction. Broad principles. The

bargain between shareholders. Directors' duties. Majority rule and equitable constraints. The derivative claim. The unfair prejudice remedy: principles. Unfair prejudice 2: remedies. Unfair prejudices 3: practice and procedure. Winding-up on the just and equitable ground. Personal rights of shareholders. Foreign element. Miscellaneous rights. Limited liability partnerships.

PALMER'S COMPANY LAW

The essential reference work – from formation, share capital and dividends to takeovers, receivership and winding up

Ensures compliance with the changing face of company law

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Includes a separate Tables and Index volume which allows readers to quickly locate exactly what they are looking for

Explains the law and how it works in practice in a straightforward manner

Deals with all the most common corporate transactions, such as private company and business sales, acquisitions and demergers

Covers all aspects of the Companies Act 2006, as well as FSA and City Code-related developments

Explains recent developments in corporate governance requirements, including the new UK Corporate Governance Code and the Stewardship Code

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PALMER'S COMPANY LAW: ANNOTATED GUIDE TO THE COMPANIES ACT 2006

A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

2nD eDiTion

Richard smerdon

general editor: Professor geoffrey morse

This publication provides expert interpretation of the Companies Act 2006, by way of detailed, section-by-section annotations from the editors of Palmer's Company Law.

The 4th edition of this popular work supplies comprehensive guidance on corporate governance regulations as they apply to both public and private companies, pension funds and the not-for-profit sector.

Supports practitioners as they work with the largest ever act of Parliament consisting of 1,300 sections

Supplies updated annotations to all sections of the Act, including those inserted or amended during the implementation period

Incorporates all changes brought in by the 2010 UK Corporate Governance Code (formerly the Combined Code), the 2010 Stewardship Code and the Companies (Shareholders Rights) Regulations 2009

Provides guidance on the changes to directors' duties, meetings, the annual report, and financial information brought in by the Companies Act 2006

Gives practical advice on the current regime regulating financial reporting, risk management and remuneration of directors

Explains the current governance regimes in the EU and the United States

Outlines the approach to banking governance after the Walker Review

Discusses case law which arose in the implementation period

Gives cross references to applicable secondary legislation and lists all statutory instruments made under the Companies Act 2006

Reproduces the various forms of Model Articles of Association made under the 2006 Act, applicable from October 1, 2009

Cross references to former company legislation in table form

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a PRaCTiTioneR's gUiDe To DiReCToRs' DUTies anD ResPonsiBiliTies

NEW EDITION

5TH eDiTion Consultant editor: Tim Boxell

This work provides practical advice and guidance on the many and varied responsibilities of UK company directors. The fully revised 5th edition has been updated to cover the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, revisions to the Market Abuse Directive, the UK Corporate Governance Code and the many other developments that have recently affected the powers and responsibilities of company directors in the UK.

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vacation of office; Directors' duties; Potential Liabilities; Fair dealing and connected persons; Service contracts and remuneration; Share dealing by directors and connected persons; Directors' powers and proceedings; Corporate governance; Directors facing disputes; Duties of directors facing insolvency; Regulatory investigations; Disqualification of directors.

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The eC Competition law Reporter provides in-depth answers on the competition rules as developed and applied by the Commission and the European Court of Justice and the General Court.

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eU meRgeR ConTRol

THE EU MERGER REGULATION: SUBSTANTIVE ISSUES

nicholas Khan

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eU antitrust Procedure provides a thorough explanation of how the European Commission investigates infringements of EU competition law. It has become the recognised reference work in this field.

mark Tricker and Christian filippitsch

alistair lindsay and alison Berridge

eU merger Control is the classic English language text on the regulation of mergers by the EU competition authorities. This edition provides a complete guide to how the regulatory regime introduced by the 2004 EC Merger Regulation has developed in practice, examining both the substantive and procedural features of merger regulation, as well as discussing the casework of the European Commission and the workings of the European Competition Network in the merger control context.

This new 4th edition provides a detailed guide to the analysis of mergers by the European Commission. It describes how the Commission determines whether to approve a notified concentration, presenting all the necessary information and techniques to secure clearance for mergers in the EU.

It deals with the Commission's investigative powers, procedural rights of the parties concerned, the method for setting fines and judicial review against Commission decisions, as well as the relationship between the Commission and national courts and competition authorities.

Considers the latest developments in Commission practice, such as the Settlement Notice, the acceptance of commitments, the Best Practices guidance and the role of the Hearing Officer

Describes the evolution and maturing of the EU merger control regime from its inception in 1989, highlighting its main substantive and procedural features

Explains how the Commission applies fundamental concepts such as market definition and market operation

Looks at the theories of harm likely to be raised against a merger and possible counter-arguments

Considers the economic theories underlying the Commission's analysis

Discusses the categories of evidence canvassed before the Commission

Analyses significant recent Commission decisions, including Arsenal/DSP, Oracle/Sun Microsystems, Lufthansa/Brussels Airlines and Lufthansa/Austrian Airlines Assesses the approach of the new Commission appointed in 2010

Shows how the Commission's 2006 Guidelines on Fines and Leniency Notice are being applied in practice

Examines the latest court judgments at both EU and national levels

Considers the notification process and the Commission’s investigative powers

Discusses decision and judicial procedures

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Analyses the Non-Horizontal Merger Guidelines and the Commission's casework applying them

general editors: Professor marc Van Der Woude and Christopher Jones

Considers the implications of important recent merger cases

The eU Competition law Handbook is a unique reference source, providing a digest to EU Competition cases, regulations, notices, judgments and decisions. It cross-references cases and decisions in a number of useful ways, such as by subject matter, type of agreement, legal question, concept and keyword.

ConTenTs: Introduction. Concentrations.

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Published annually giving users access to the latest decisions

Goes through the administrative procedure for examining State aid

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Sets out the procedures for illegal State aid complaints

Covers the remedies for dealing with and recovering unlawful State aid

Recognised as the standard reference point for any practitioner's or academic's analysis of EU competition law issues

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EU COMPETITION LAW HANDBOOK 2013

Identifies the obligations of businesses with regard to mergers in the EU, and provides guidance for meeting them

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EU STATE AIDS 4TH eDiTion

Ancillary Restraints. Community Dimension. Notification and Investigation. The Decision Process. Appraisal of Concentrations. Remedies. National Authorities and National Law. Review by the Court.

leigh Hancher, Tom ottervanger and Piet Jan slot

This work provides a detailed examination of the substantive and procedural aspects of State aid law and policy, analysing the underlying rules and how they have been applied by the Commission and the Courts.

Presents a complete picture of EU State aid law after the fundamental reforms of the Commission's State Aid Action Plan

Covers the 2008 General Block Exemption Regulation and the emergency State aid measures issued by the Commission

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european Competition law Review provides a comprehensive updating service for the competition or antitrust lawyer covering developments in EU law and the national laws of EU Member States, as well as the other major trading nations.

Presents a range of topical articles on the important issues in competition law

Evaluates the significance of legislative changes and cases

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Alerts readers to likely future trends Draws on an international network of correspondents

ROWLEY & BAKER: INTERNATIONAL MERGERS – THE ANTITRUST PROCESS 2 RELEASES A YEAR general editors: J William Rowley, QC and Donald i Baker

This definitive work provides explanation of merger regulations in over 60 jurisdictions. Now published in looseleaf format for easy updating, it contains over 2,500 pages of highly practical analysis.

A standard format for all chapters enables the practitioner to pursue effectively the same issue across a number of jurisdictions

A streamlined version of the format for jurisdictions with less-developed merger control regimes describes complex variations between systems and enables crossreferencing

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COMPETITION LAW: EUROPEAN COMMUNITY PRACTICE & PROCEDURE ARTICLE-BY-ARTICLE COMMENTARY general editors: Professor Dr franz-Jurgen sacker, Dr frank montag and Professor Dr gunter Hirsch JURisDiCTion: European Union Dec-2007 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback

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COMPETITION LITIGATION IN THE UK editors: Tim Ward and Kassie smith JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom Apr-2005 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback, 518 pp

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THE EC COMPETITION LAW ON TECHNOLOGY LICENSING frank l fine JURisDiCTion: European Union

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A PRACTITIONERS GUIDE TO TAKEOVERS AND MERGERS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION 5TH eDiTion

GLOBAL COMPETITION LITIGATION REVIEW 4 ISSUES A YEAR

WEINBERG & BLANK ON TAKEOVERS AND MERGERS

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Weinberg & Blank has long been regarded as the authoritative work dealing with the law and practice of takeovers and mergers. Written as a practitioner text it not only explains the law and reproduces the materials but also gives expert guidance, taking the reader through the economic, financial services, accounting and competition law implications from a commercial standpoint.

Provides expert articles on key trends, issues and developments in private competition litigation

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Analyses the substantive, procedural rules surrounding competition litigation

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DICEY, MORRIS & COLLINS ON THE CONFLICT OF LAWS

BUILDING CONTRACT DISPUTES: PRACTICE AND PRECEDENTS

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15TH eDiTion general editor: lord Collins of mapesbury editors: Professor C g J morse, Professor David mcClean, Professor adrian Briggs, Professor Jonathan Harris, Professor Campbell mclachlan, Professor andrew Dickinson and Professor Peter mceleavy

Dicey, morris & Collins on the Conflict of laws is renowned worldwide as the foremost authority on private international law. It explains the rules, principles and practice which determine how the law of England and Wales relates to other legal systems. Volume 1 deals with general principles, with Volume 2 covering specific areas of law: family, property, corporations and bankruptcy, contracts, torts, unjust enrichment and equitable claims, and foreign currency obligations.

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The european Private international law of obligations provides unrivalled analysis of the Rome I and Rome II Regulations and their practical implications, helping practitioners interpret them since they came into force in 2009.

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The new 11th edition of Construction law is a concise, straightforward account of the law relating to the construction industry, ideal for students of construction law and those requiring an introduction to its practice. It is widely regarded as the leading text in its field.

EPC CONTRACTS AND MAJOR PROJECTS A GUIDE TO CONSTRUCTION AND OTHER PROJECT CONTRACTS

KEATING ON CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS 9TH eDiTion

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A classic construction law text, Keating on Construction Contracts is the first port of call for all research relating to construction contracts.

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Keating Chambers general editor: adrian Williamson, QC editors: gaynor Chambers, adam Constable, lucy garrett, Jessica stephens, Ben sareen and sarah Williams

Covers each potential stage of delay and disruption in a project

Provides commentary on how delay is handled in 95 standard forms including 22 new standard forms of contract

Explains the practice of change management and project control in construction and civil engineering contracts

Discusses the law of proof of causation in delay and disruption related claims, in various jurisdictions

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Looks at forensic schedule analysis Covers dipute resolution and damages Deals with the law for England, Scotland, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, New Zealand and the United States

JURisDiCTion: International Oct-2010 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback, 1446 pp

978 0 414 04520 0 462711 £350.00/€445.00

Considers all key standard construction contracts: JCT, NEC, ICE, FIDIC Provides guidance on disputes relating to the interpretation of construction contracts Gives illustrated case summaries in all important areas of law related to construction Details the responsibilities and obligations of project managers, architects, engineers, surveyors and consultants involved in the contracts Looks at all aspects of the construction process

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Keating on JCT Contracts provides detailed guidance on using the 2011 editions of the JCT standard forms of contract. It reproduces the complete suite of 2011 contracts and comments on the major contracts in a clause-by-clause fashion, with variations in related contracts explained.

Supplies in one source the entire suite of JCT contracts

Highlights key interpretive issues and how clauses have been treated in case law

Discusses differences and similarities between the 2005 suite and 2011 Edition

Includes an archive CD-ROM of previous JCT Contracts editions

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Other Construction Law Titles

David Thomas, QC, assisted by a team of barriesters from Keating Chambers

Keating on neC3 provides detailed guidance on the three contracts that comprise the NEC3 suite of construction contracts. Reproducing the complete terms of the contracts, it sets out clause-by-clause commentary explaining how the contracts are intended to operate, highlighting any ambiguities or questions of interpretation that can arise.

Goes through the aims and creation of the NEC

• •

Explains the structure of ECC contracts

Practical guidance on drafting and interpretion identifies the best ways to use the contracts

• • •

Examines the core clauses providing expert commentary on each

UnDeRsTanDing, negoTiaTing anD liTigaTing TURnKeY anD ePC ConTRaCTs

Enables easy comparison of the terms of the contracts

Helps practitioners understand what they need to consider when putting together a case, drafting a contract or negotiating terms with a client

Hong Kong

UNDERSTANDING THE FIDIC RED BOOK 2nD eDiTion Jeremy glover, simon Hughes, QC

This practical text provides clause-by-clause commentary on the FIDIC Red Book. Reproducing each clause in full, it explains the effect and operation of each clause, considering case law and discussing problems frequently encountered in practice.

Helps interpret each clause correctly and decide whether amendments need to be made to suit a given situation

Compares the new contract with previous versions of the FIDIC Red Book and other widely used standard contracts, such as the ICE forms

Features an overview chapter dealing with thematic issues such as the contract's history and purpose, the concept of the engineer, time and money, dispute resolution, and enforcement of arbitral awards

Discusses the MDB version and how this differs from the standard Red Book contract

Features new sections on Claims, Disputes and Arbitration

Oct-2000 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback, 536 pp

Covers the contract data including works

978 1 847 03331 4 231515 £195.00/€248.00

JURisDiCTion: International

This new edition provides a practical commentary on the FIDIC Design-Build, Turnkey and EPC contracts widely used in the international construction industry. It analyses the contracts clause-by-clause, and offers practical guidance on their application in specific projects.

OVERSEAS SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION CONTRACTS Philip allery

Joseph Huse

JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, Commonwealth, May-2012 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback

EDITION

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Outlines the dispute resolution options Gives guidance on the schedule and shorter schedule of cost components

NEW

Gives drafting suggestions for selected contract provisions of the Silver Book from the perspective of both the contractor and the employer

Reproduces the contract in full as an appendix

Provides new coverage of the ICC Design-Build

Includes commentary on the FIDIC Gold Book Design-Build

Discusses how the allocation of risk between parties has changed due to shifts in the construction market

Acts as an essential reference on international projects, where the use of FIDIC standard contracts is continually increasing

978 0 421 59830 0 17003 £335.00/€426.00

PARTNERING AND ALLIANCING IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS sally Roe and Jane Jenkins JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, International Oct-2003 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback, 234 pp

978 0 421 74040 2 19935 £270.00/€343.00

THE HUDSON FOURTH EDITION VOLUME 2 TABLE OF CASES JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, Commonwealth Dec-2001 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback, 494 pp

978 0 421 82730 1 24194 £270.00/€343.00

THE TECHNOLOGY AND CONSTRUCTION COURT LITIGATION LIBRARY

mr Justice Coulson JURisDiCTion: England & Wales Jun-2006 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback

978 0 421 96700 7 166441 £210.00/€267.00

ConTenTs: Types of Contract. Turnkey and EPC Contracts. FIDIC Design-Build, Turnkey and EPC Contracts. The Use of the FIDIC Silver Book in the Context of a BOT Project. The Contract. The Employer. The Employer's Administration. The Contractor. Design. Staff and Labour. Plant, Materials and Workmanship. Commencement, Delays and Suspension. Tests on Completion. Employer's Taking Over. Defects Liability. Tests After Completion. Variations and Adjustments. Contract Price and Payment. Termination by Employer. Suspension and Termination by Contractor. Risk and Responsibility. Insurance. Force Majeure. Claims, Disputes and Arbitration. Negotiation of the Silver Book. JURisDiCTion: International Nov-2013 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback

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ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CONSUMER LAW

CHITTY ON CONTRACTS

CONTRACTUAL DUTIES

COMMON LAW LIBRARY

2 RELEASES A YEAR

31sT eDiTion

PERFORMANCE, BREACH, TERMINATION AND REMEDIES

editor: Professor geoffrey Woodroffe

general editor: Professor Hugh Beale

In one manageable volume, the encyclopedia of Consumer law contains all the legislation and subordinate legislation (with annotations) in the area of consumer law. These are supported by notes of cases, circulars and notices from the Office of Fair Trading and EU directives and resolutions.

Chitty on Contracts is the foremost work on the law of contract, due to its breadth of coverage, scope and detail. It is comprehensive with a thorough review of recent case law and legislation. Chitty continues to be the practitioner's choice for authority and accessibility.

All UK and EU materials available in one source

Annotations provide vital guidance on interpreting difficult sections

Twice-yearly releases ensure the Encyclopedia is always up to date

In two volumes, Chitty provides complete coverage of the law of contract. Volume 1 deals with General Principles that apply to contracts of every kind; Volume 2 covers Specific Contracts such as Sale of Goods, Construction and Credit & Security.

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THE LAW RELATING TO TRAVEL AND TOURISM

Professor neil andrews, Professor malcolm Clarke, Professor andrew Tettenborn and Professor graham Virgo

This book offers a high level analysis of the law relating to the termination of contracts, exploring how parties to contracts are deemed to have abided by the contract and how contracts break down. It provides a fresh view of termination based on recent trends in the courts.

Focuses on the issues of performance, breach, frustration and illegality of contract, examining the legal principles in depth

Examines case law in detail, highlighting recent developments in judicial thinking

Offers complete coverage of the law of contract

Gives the breadth of coverage, scope and detail needed to take on any type of case involving contract law

Discusses relevant statutes and contract terms

Gives guidance on grey areas, suggesting possible arguments in awkward cases

Contains interpretation and analysis of the legislation that applies to contracts of every kind in Volume One

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Discusses the wide range of remedies

HOLIDAY LAW

CONTRACT LAW LIBRARY

Provides an in-depth examination of contracts in specialist areas in Volume Two

Covers all the latest developments and cases, providing the best source for constructing arguments

Helps pinpoint the right case for supporting a client, with an authority that can be relied on in court

1sT sUPPlemenT: This brings the text up to date

with recent developments in the law JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, Commonwealth,

Suggests innovative approaches that cross conceptual boundaries, drawing on the authors' authority in this field

JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom Jan-2012 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback, 760 pp

DURESS, UNDUE INFLUENCE AND UNCONSCIONABLE DEALING

5TH eDiTion

International

CONTRACT LAW LIBRARY

Professor David grant and stephen mason

Oct-2012 978 0 414 04801 0 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: 515511 Hardback (2 Volumes) £455.00/€579.00

2nD eDiTion

Holiday law provides a comprehensive guide to the law relating to all forms of holiday. Its broad coverage of the subject includes the nature of the contractual relationship between customer, travel agent and tour operator, the legal status of travel agents, the criminal liability of tour operators, civil liability and the effects of insolvency.

Gives guidance on the legal implications of developments transforming the holiday market – low cost airlines, the Internet, tailor-made packages, booking hotels direct Offers practical tips on conducting litigation, including how to sue foreign defendants

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Professor nelson enonchong

This new edition offers practitioners an in-depth analysis of these related areas of contract law. Based on detailed discussion of recent case law, it examines how the courts are developing the law and offers a wealth of new ideas for practitioners drafting, interpreting and disputing contracts.

Gives clear guidance on grey areas, highlighting possible arguments in difficult cases

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Considers the different types of duress

Goes through the steps that should be taken by a bank where there is risk of third party undue influence

Explains the remedies and defences available

Discusses extension of travel agents' liability with the advent of the new 'Flight-Plus' regime

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Looks at how to calculate damages in holiday cases after Milner v Carnival

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Discusses abuse of confidence Deals extensively with third party undue influence, including the duties of solicitors

JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, UK Common Law

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EXCLUSION CLAUSES AND UNFAIR CONTRACT TERMS 10TH eDiTion

NEW foRmaTion anD VaRiaTion of ConTRaCT

CONTRACT LAW LIBRARY

editor: Dr Richard lawson

CONTRACT LAW LIBRARY

2nD eDiTion

exclusion Clauses and Unfair Contract Terms shows how to draft exclusion clauses that are lawful, valid and effective. It deals with both commercial and consumer contracts, examining unlawful, void and ineffective exclusion clauses, so practitioners know what to avoid when drafting, what to look out for when advising clients on contracts, and how to proceed with disputes.

Professor John Cartwright

NEW EDITION

mr Justice Kenneth Handley

This new edition of the leading text on estoppel clearly explains the subject’s importance within contract law, and gives in-depth guidance on applying the principles when drafting, examining and disputing contracts, drawing on detailed analysis of the most recent law. It deals with both general principles and the particular relationships in which estoppel can arise, such as principal and agent, landlord and tenant, bailor and bailee, licensees of IP and bank and customer. It also looks at estoppel in different transactions, including insurance, insolvency and company business.

• • •

Provides clear guidance through one of the most complex areas of modern commercial law Helps practitioners apply the principles when drafting, examining and disputing contracts Examines the many different types of estoppel, including promissory estoppel, estoppel by convention and representation, proprietary estoppels and estoppel by election

Ensures exclusion clauses are used accurately, based on the latest legislation and case law

Looks in detail at the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977, and its ongoing interpretation in the courts

Provides full coverage of recent case law, explaining how it affects contract drafting

Includes sample exclusion clauses throughout the work, illustrating the points made and providing templates for practitioners

JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, Commonwealth,

International Mar-2011 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback, 370 pp

Shows how the general principles apply in specific practice areas

INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT MANUAL

Looks at estoppel under both common law and statute

2 RELEASES A YEAR

Features in-depth analysis of case law showing how the principles of estoppel are currently being applied by the courts

978 0 414 04576 7 484744 £229.00/€291.00

editors: Jarno Vanto, Jessica Vanto and sieg eiselen Consultant editor: Professor albert Kritzer

The international Contract manual is an extensive five volume looseleaf covering the main areas of commercial contracting. It provides a practical analysis of the issues involved in drafting cross-border commercial contracts in over 30 countries and supplies details on factors such as the commercial environment, laws affecting contracts, and dispute resolution.

formation and Variation of Contract sets out a high level analysis of the principles governing the enforceability of the promises made in contracts, providing an in-depth research tool on this key area of contract law. It examines in detail formalities, consideration and promissory estoppel in relation to both the formation and variation of contracts, explaining the historical development of the legal principles, case law and relevant legislation. The core focus is English law, but extensive comparisons are made with civil law and other common law jurisdictions – notably Australia and the US – where the law in this area is significantly different, making it invaluable for international contract work.

Helps practitioners apply principles which are fundamental to whether a contract is legally effective or not

Goes through formalities, consideration and promissory estoppel in exhaustive detail

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Explores recent case law in-depth Gives clear guidance on grey areas unresolved by case law

Highlights possible developments in the law offering scope for new arguments on behalf of clients

Shows how lawyers from other jurisdictions will have different approaches to the creation of enforceable contracts

ConTenTs: Introduction. Part I: Contract

Deals with procedural matters and shows how estoppel can be used as a defence

Covers significant recent developments in proprietary estoppels, including estoppel by encouragement, estoppel by standing by, estoppels as an equitable cause of action, and estoppels by representation

Looks at quasi estoppel and equitable defences, including consent to breach of trust

Covers each part of a contract when negotiating internationally

ConTenTs: Representations. Communication.

Features an exhaustive collection of checklists for drafting individual clauses

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Includes a wide range of sample clauses

based countries, Commonwealth

Gives national legal overviews of 33 territories

Dec-2013 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback, c. 450 pp

Construction of representations. Causation: inducement and change of position. Parties ºto an estoppel. Estoppel by deed. Estoppel by convention. Estoppels in relationships. Estoppels in transactions. Proprietary estoppel. Quasiestoppel and equitable defences. Promissory estoppel. Election. Estoppels and election in litigation. Affirmative defences. Practice and procedure. JURisDiCTion: England & Wales, Commonwealth Dec-2013 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback

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Formalities. The role of formality. Specific formalities: substantive conditions of a binding contract. Specific formalities: evidence. A general formality: the deed Part II: The Doctrine Of Consideration. The historical and comparative context. Consideration as a condition of existence of the contract. Consideration in the variation and discharge of a contract Part III: Promissory Estoppel. The traditional role of promissory estoppel: variation of an existing obligation. The developing role of promissory estoppel: creation of a new obligation. Conclusions. JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, UK Common Law 978 1 847 03802 9 324939 c. £195.00/€248.00

Covers the CISG regime Shows how to avoid and deal with problems that may arise

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fRUsTRaTion anD foRCe maJeURe

NEW EDITION

illegaliTY anD PUBliC PoliCY

NEW EDITION

MISREPRESENTATION, MISTAKE AND NON-DISCLOSURE CONTRACT LAW LIBRARY

CONTRACT LAW LIBRARY

CONTRACT LAW LIBRARY

3RD eDiTion

3RD eDiTion

3RD eDiTion

Professor John Cartwright

sir guenter Treitel, QC

Professor Richard a Buckley

"An invaluable guide to those who need both to write and to apply force majeure clauses... a jewel of a book." – The Law Quarterly Review

This book analyses in depth situations where a contract cannot be enforced because to do so would result either in an illegal act or be against public policy. Its incisive exploration of a complex area helps practitioners find creative ways of using the field to their advantage.

This in-depth text provides expert commentary on the effect of misrepresentation, mistake and non-disclosure on contracts. It explains the circumstances in which each can arise and how to advise clients when challenging or defending a contract using these principles.

"A book of impressive erudition and clarity." – Litigation Journal The new 3rd edition of frustration and force majeure provides a thorough examination of the principles governing the conflict between the sanctity of contract and the discharge of contractual obligations in response to supervening events. It guides practitioners through a list of supervening events that may be encountered in any commercial transaction, setting out the statutory principles involved, and discussing their interpretation by the courts in a number of common law jurisdictions.

Discusses in detail the development of the doctrine of frustration within the law of contract

Examines impossibility, impracticability, prospective frustration and illegality as grounds for discharge from contractual obligations

Considers the special factors affecting land and leases

Considers the effects of frustration, including automatic and total discharge, mitigation in respect of discharge, and problems created by one-sided or partial performance

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Discusses contractual provision for supervening events, including force majeure clauses Explores recent case law in detail, highlighting developments in judicial thinking

ConTenTs: Introduction. Development.

Impossibility in general: destruction of subject matter. Other types of impossibility. Partial and temporary impossibility. Impracticability. Frustration of purpose. Illegality. Prospective frustration. Alternatives. Frustration of leases. Contractual provisions for supervening events. Foreseen and foreseeable events. Self-induced frustration. Effects of frustration. Nature of the doctrine. JURisDiCTion: England & Wales, Commonwealth Dec-2013 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback

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This new edition takes a fresh and up-todate view of illegality based on a steady stream of important High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court decisions, in areas such as the enforceability of indemnities against illegal acts, consequences of statutory prohibitions, effects of fraud, and effect of race discrimination on legal process. It also examines the recent Law Commission proposals in this area.

Explains the principles of misrepresentation, mistake and non-disclosure so they can be clearly identified in contracts

Gives guidance on practice and procedure for conducting a case involving these principles

Analyses in detail the advantages and disadvantages of the different remedies

Offers expert discussion in areas where the law is still unclear

Discusses many important recent cases to show how the courts are developing the law

Examines statutory developments and recent Law Commission proposals in this area

Provides accessibility to a complex area of the law

Highlights potential novel arguments for challenging and examining contracts

Deals at length with the topic of restraint of trade

Considers the effect of criminal activity upon the enforceability of a contract

Covers illegality as it relates to employment law

TREITEL ON THE LAW OF CONTRACT

Examines relief from the consequences of illegality

13TH eDiTion

Includes a series of worked examples grounding the often elusive subject matter in practical experience

Incorporates new coverage of important Scottish decisions on illegality.

Features extensive coverage of Commonwealth case law, suggesting new solutions to problems

Examines in detail the Law Com 320 report by the Law Commission on the Illegality defence.

Looks at the new statute dealing with forfeiture, the Estate of Dead Persons Act 2011

JURisDiCTion: England & Wales, Commonwealth Feb-2012 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback, 1024 pp

edwin Peel

Treitel on the law of Contract is established as the most thorough and perceptive treatment of contract law for students and as a source of reference and argument for practitioners. The 13th edition explains and analyses all aspects of the law of contract, covering just about every conceptual and legal difficulty surrounding the subject. It is an accepted 'authority' on dubious points of law or where the law is non-existent.

Takes account of more than 300 new cases, including The Achilleas, Chartbrook Ltd v Persimmon Homes Ltd, OFT v Abbey National Plc, Attorney General of Belize v Belize Telecom Ltd, Cobbe v Yeoman's Row Management Ltd and Collier v Wright

Covers all key legislative developments, including those resulting from the Bribery Act 2010 and bringing into force of the Companies Act 2006

Examines and offers resolutions to controversial and problematic points of law

ConTenTs: Introduction. Part 1 – Contravening

the law. Part 2 – Public policy. Part 3 – Restraint of trade. Part 4 – Relief from the consequences. Part 5 – Reform. Part 6 – Cases and comments. JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, Commonwealth,

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THE INTERPRETATION OF CONTRACTS

THE CONVEYANCER AND PROPERTY LAWYER

CONTRACT LAW LIBRARY

6 ISSUES A YEAR

5TH eDiTion

general editor: Dr martin Dixon

lord Justice lewison

The Conveyancer and Property lawyer has long been recognised as the most authoritative journal specialising in the law and practice of conveyancing and allied topics. It features:

This acclaimed work, frequently cited in court, provides clear, practical guidance for all situations where practitioners are faced by questions of contract interpretation, whether they are preparing, advising on or disputing an agreement. It helps practitioners challenge contracts successfully and explain their inadequacies to clients.

DiReCToRY of loCal aUTHoRiTies 2013

News of events and developments affecting property and conveyancing

Changes in law and practice affecting drafting of conveyancing forms

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Reports of recent judicial decisions

Explains the principles that the courts use in interpreting contracts

Goes through each possible area of dispute in turn

In-depth articles examining specific aspects of law and practice

Covers the developments in pre-contractual negotiations rewritten in light of Chartbrook v Persimmon

Reviews of recent publications

Discussess important recent case law on implied terms, blank spaces in contracts, the role of published precedents, and the maxim noscitur a sociis

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The latest tax issues affecting property and conveyancing

JURisDiCTion: England & Wales

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Features a gazetteer of over 25,000 place names, each one cross referenced to the appropriate authority

Supplies contact details for each authority, including email addresses and URLs where available

Sets out conveyancing fees and charges for each authority – both residential and commercial

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Lists the council solicitor’s name

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The Directory of local authorities provides essential data for anyone involved in conveyancing searches and property work. It supplies complete and up-to-date contact information for every local authority in England, Scotland and Wales, helping ensure conveyancing transactions are completed smoothly. Each entry is verified by the relevant local authority.

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JURisDiCTion: England & Wales, Scotland

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For over 100 years emmet and farrand on Title has guided readers through the law and practice of conveyancing. The work covers every stage of the conveyancing transaction in meticulous detail, from enquiries before contract through to completion, along with such matters as remedies for breach of contract, mortgages and planning.

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Includes case law, statutory provisions, procedures and documentation

Incorporates the changes made by the Land Registration Act 2002

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GARNER'S LOCAL LAND CHARGES

PRACTICAL CONVEYANCING PRECEDENTS

PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS: STAMP DUTY LAND TAX

14TH eDiTion

2 RELEASES A YEAR

PRACTITIONER SERIES

editor: Jan Boothroyd

David Rees and Russell Hewitson

2nD eDiTion

This work explains what is required to register a local land charge in order to secure payments from owners of the land or to limit its use. It sets out what is registerable as a local land charge and goes through the application process in detail.

Practical Conveyancing Precedents provides, over 600 current conveyancing forms and contracts. Drafted to the highest standard, and covering both registered and unregistered land, they can be used to prepare a transfer, contract for sale, or assignment.

Jane Douglas

Forms and contracts for virtually every situation

Regular updating releases cover all developments affecting conveyancing forms

Provides a guide to the Local Land Charges Register, including registration dates, best practice, amendments and cancellations Deals individually with the 12 parts of the Register covering different land charges, such as planning, aviation, listed buildings, and drainage scheme charges

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Covers other statutory local registers

Explains how to obtain details of entries on the Register, and the fees involved

Shows what effect charges have once registered

Examines errors in registration and compensation

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MATRIMONIAL CONVEYANCING

This popular book provides a transaction-bytransaction guide through the maze of Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) for all those working on property transactions.

Explains the underlying principles of Stamp Duty Land Tax from a property point of view

Goes through the different property transactions showing how Stamp Duty Land Tax works in practice in each one

Contains the latest Commercial Property Standard Conditions of Sale

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COURT OF APPEAL CRIMINAL DIVISION A PRACTITIONERS' GUIDE

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Deals with over 20 separate fraud offences, chapter-by-chapter Covers the prosecution of serious or complex fraud as well as multiple offending Advises on the presentation of fraud cases and the evidence requirements Examines international fraud Guides practitioners through the complex jurisdiction issues that can arise in fraud cases Features a chapter on computer fraud Provides a complete update on Serious Fraud Office procedures Considers the impact of recent legislation such as the Serious Crime Act 2007 and Parliamentary Standards Act 2009 Discussess the new regime for the prevention of corruption introduced by the Bribery Act 2010 Explores the implications of recent case law, including R (Corner House Research and another) v Director of the Serious Fraud Office Discusses sentencing and the Sentencing Guidelines Council definitive guideline on statutory offences of fraud Incorporates the latest changes to the Criminal Procedure Rules Reproduces all relevant legislation so it is readily available in one source

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"An excellent legal scholarly work and contribution in the area of corporate criminal liability." – International Company and Commercial Law Review With the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007, the criminal liability of companies entered a new era. The third edition of this practical guide to corporate criminal liability updates its coverage in light of Supreme Court decisions on the 2007 act and wide-ranging other developments. It deals with all offences where corporations can have a criminal liability, from Companies Act 2006 offences and those under the Financial Services & Markets Act 2000 to fraudulent trading and corruption, as well as corporate manslaughter.

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CRIMINAL APPEAL REPORTS 10 ISSUES A YEAR general editor: Clare Barsby Consultant editor: Daniel Janner, QC

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This work provides a systematic analysis of the impact of UK human rights law on both the substantive criminal law and criminal procedure. It examines first the applicable human rights principles before moving on to consider their impact on specific areas, including the investigation of crime, court procedure, evidence, standards of proof, sentencing, appeals and the rights of victims.

Jones on exTRaDiTion anD mUTUal assisTanCe

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"Recommended to criminal practitioners at the Bar at every level of experience" – Counsel

Jones on extradition is considered the leading work on extradition and describes comprehensively the extradition arrangements between the UK and other countries. It deals with both extradition and international mutual assistance in criminal matters, how they relate to each other, and how they are applied in specific situations, covering both theory and practice.

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This new edition examines the huge body of recent case law under the Extradition Act 2003 – including many House of Lords decisions – and amendments to the Act itself, explores the impact of recent bilateral extradition treaties, and discusses development of the European Arrest Warrant.

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ConTenTs: The Historical and International

Covers recent developments in rules relating to confiscation

Considers the latest Sentencing Guidelines Council proposals

Provides clinical information on the different types of drugs to assist the practitioner in the complex clinical aspects of the law

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Discusses the latest UK, UN and EU strategies for drug control

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MISUSE OF DRUGS AND DRUG TRAFFICKING OFFENCES

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MITCHELL, TAYLOR AND TALBOT ON CONFISCATION AND THE PROCEEDS OF CRIME 2 RELEASES A YEAR general editors: andrew R mitchell, QC, Kennedy Talbot and stephen Hellman

This definitive work explains the law as it relates to restraint, receivership, confiscation, civil recovery, and money laundering, together with step-by-step guidance on what needs to be done at every stage of the proceedings. The looseleaf format allows regular updating, taking into account ramifications and amendments of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, the Criminal Justice Act 2003, the Terrorism Act 2000, the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 and the Human Rights Act 1998.

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Clarifies PACE in practice via in-depth discussion of case law, including many new judicial decisions

Includes the new Codes of Practice G (arrest) and H (terrorism cases)

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Covers the important changes introduced by the Crime and Security Act 2010 concerning stop and search and retention of DNA

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Deals with the implementation of changes made in PACE by the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005 (SOCPA), Drugs Act 2005, Police and Justice Act 2006, Armed Forces Act 2006, Counter-Terrorism Act 2008 and Coroners and Justice Act 2009

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Covers topics derived from other legislation that integrally relate to PACE, such as the right to silence, human rights issues and terrorism investigations

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References official reports, new research, writing and statistics about PACE to aid further research

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- Courts, Prisons, Young Offender Institutions and Remand Centres

POLICE STATION ADVISER'S INDEX

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Fully updated, this edition includes the wideranging changes introduced by the Terrorism Act 2006, the Crime and Security Act 2010 and the latest PACE codes.

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First published in 1858, The Police and Constabulary almanac is the definitive annual source of information on Police Forces and allied organisations in the United Kingdom.

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A PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO THE LAW AND REGULATION OF FINANCIAL CRIME

ROOK & WARD ON SEXUAL OFFENCES

STONE'S COMPANION GUIDE TO ENFORCEMENT

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This work provides comprehensive coverage of the law and regulation relating to financial crime. It looks at the specifics of the UK regime, European-level issues and global developments, bringing everything together into one coherent picture.

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Published in association with Napo and the National Probation Service, The Probation Directory is the essential reference book for all those who work with offenders. Its listings include: Every probation office in the UK

Dr David a Thomas, QC

Emphasises the dates from which particular provisions apply

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Probation Service of the Irish Republic Full Public Protection and Mental Health Group details Youth Offending Teams Penal establishments, approved premises and bail hostels

Supplies flowcharts and diagrams to aid understanding of difficult topic

Details of Home Office and National Offender Management Service personnel

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Deals with a wide range of orders, including probation, community service, drug treatment, attendance centres, curfew, suspended sentences and enforcement of financial penalties

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The sentencing Referencer gives guidance on over 100 different sentencing topics all in one book, using a practical A-Z layout for easy navigation and quick answers in court. The 2013 edition has been revised throughout to incorporate the latest sentencing developments, including the extensive changes made by the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012, in force from December 2012.

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sweet & maxwell's sentencing service offers a complete information source on sentencing law utilising all the benefits of CD-ROM technology. It provides information on all sentencing matters, including:

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INTERNATIONAL MONEY LAUNDERING AND TERRORIST FINANCING A UK PERSPECTIVE Paul Hynes, Richard furlong and nathaniel Rudolf JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, International Dec-2008 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback

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PROCEEDS OF CRIME ACT 2002 CURRENT LAW STATUTE GUIDES JURisDiCTion: England, Wales, Scotland, Northern

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CURRENT LAW STATUTE GUIDES

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CURRENT LAW The Current law service provides the means of keeping up to date with the latest developments in statutory and case law in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. It serves as both a research and an updating service, and provides a comprehensive reference library of legal materials: digests of cases, abstracts of legislation, tables, indices and unique cross referencing and case citation. There are five components to Current law: the Monthly Digest, the Yearbook, the Statutes, the Case Citators and the Legislation Citators. They combines into four alternative subscription arrangements.

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Damages

DaTa PRoTeCTion

4TH eDiTion

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF DATA PROTECTION AND PRIVACY

COMMON LAW LIBRARY

Rosemary Jay

3 RELEASES A YEAR

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Data Protection law & Practice provides a comprehensive treatment of data protection law in the UK. It explains the principles of data protection and privacy laws, clarifies the background to UK and EU legislation and shows how the law works in practice.

editors: Rosemary Jay, H grant and John Cooper

mCgRegoR on Damages

NEW EDITION

Harvey mcgregor, QC

"The most authoritative text on common law damages" – The Law Society's Gazette mcgregor has been the leading authority on the law of damages for 150 years. It provides comprehensive coverage of the law, from detailed consideration of the general principles to specific heads of damages. Related procedural issues are also covered, bringing the work up-to-date with the impact of the Civil Procedure Rules. The new 19th edition includes in-depth analysis of recent case law across all areas of the work.

New edition of the leading work on damages – frequently cited in court and regularly referred to in judgments

Covers general principles as well as a wide range of particular claims under contract, tort and human rights

Explains how general principles apply in particular situations through detailed analysis of case law

Features in-depth examination of recent decisions

Clarifies complex areas such as loss of a chance, mitigation, causation and exemplary damages

Considers current issues including periodical payments and interest on damages

ConTenTs: General principles. The heads of compensatory damages. The limits of compensatory damages. Damages not strictly based on compensation. Various general factors in the assessment of damages. Particular claims. Contract. Tort. Human rights. Procedure. JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, Commonwealth Dec-2013 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback

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Contains precedents, sample forms and letters

Three updating releases are issued each year to keep subscribers informed of the latest developments in this rapidly expanding area of the law

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Richard morgan and Ruth Boardman

Data Protection laws of the World examines the data protection legislation of over 30 jurisdictions, showing what data can be held, what information can be disclosed, what the subjects' rights are, whether data can be transferred from one jurisdiction to another and what the procedures are for the transfer.

This book provides a practical introduction to data protection for data controllers and lawyers new to the field. It explains all the key elements of the Data Protection Act and goes through how to set up a data strategy, including the necessary corporate structures and procedures.

Looks at the key roles in data protection including Data Subjects, Data Controllers, Data Processors Examines the processing of a range of data including personal data, sensitive material and other relevant records

Shows how to conduct a data protection audit

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Explains how to handle emails and the controversial new rules on cookies Provides an abundance of practical advice set out in checklists and widely applicable precedent material

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DATA PROTECTION: LAWS OF THE WORLD

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The encyclopedia of Data Protection and Privacy brings together in four looseleaf volumes all the relevant legislation, decisions and implementation material necessary to guide the reader through this complex area of law.

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DefamaTion

DisPUTe ResolUTion DEFAMATION

gaTleY on liBel anD slanDeR

NEW EDITION

LAW, PROCEDURE AND PRACTICE

ADR: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE

4TH eDiTion

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COMMON LAW LIBRARY

David Price, Korieh Duodu and nicola Cain

Henry Brown and arthur marriott, QC

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This popular work provides highly practical guidance on the law relating to defamation. It deals with all the practical and tactical aspects of case preparation as well as outlining the law. It is an ideal source not only for defamation specialists preparing for litigation but also anyone – such as journalists, writers and publishers – who needs a clear guide to substantive law and procedure.

aDR: Principles and Practice is the classic reference work on alternative dispute resolution. It provides encyclopaedic reference on the subject, covering the theory, principles and practice of ADR processes.

Joint editors: Richard Parkes, QC and Professor alastair mullis Contributing editors: godwin Busuttil, Dr andrew scott and adam speker

gatley is the leading text on libel and slander. The new edition brings practitioners up to date with the latest developments in the law of defamation, both substantive and procedural. It analyses the relevant case law, and guides the reader through practice and procedure in detail. The new 12th edition deals in depth with the Defamation Act 2013. It also incorporates the latest case law and tracks the developing law in areas such as press freedom to report on matters of public interest, interim injunctions and damages.

Provides an all-encompassing guide to the law of defamation

Analyses the changes introduced by the Defamation Act 2013 and discusses a wealth of significant recent case law

Includes cases from other jurisdictions with commentary on their relevance to UK law and procedure, in particular decisions from Canada, Australia and New Zealand

Discusses the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights and the continuing effect of the Human Rights Act on defamation law and privacy

Includes coverage of defences, remedies and appeals

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Contains useful forms and precedents

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Covers mediation, negotiation, arbitration, adjudication, expert determination and a range of other processes

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Gives guidance on practice – and includes a set of precedents for mediation

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Deals with defences available to defamation actions

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INTERNATIONAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION

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ConTenTs: The Defamatory Statement.

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emPloYmenT laW CONTRACTS OF EMPLOYMENT IDS EMPLOYMENT LAW HANDBOOK

Contracts of employment provides in-depth coverage of the rules governing employment contracts, examining the tests for establishing employment status, including the definition of an "employee", and looking at the content of employment contracts, including express, implied, incorporated and statutory terms.

Covers employers' obligation to provide employees with a written statement of employment particulars

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4 RELEASES A YEAR general editors: Katherine Tucker and sarah george

This looseleaf provides in-depth analysis of European and domestic UK law in all areas of employment-related discrimination law. It covers sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, religious belief, age and other unlawful grounds

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Analyses termination of contract, including express dismissal, constructive dismissal, expiry of a fixed-term

Features a wealth of advice tailored to the practitioner's needs, including case summaries

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DISCRIMINATION AT WORK IDS EMPLOYMENT LAW HANDBOOK

This Handbook sets out the law governing discrimination in employment now contained in the Equality Act 2010.

DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT

Discusses in detail the protected characteristics covered by, and the type of conduct prohibited by, the Act

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general editors: simon Jeffreys, Jeremy mcmullen, QC and alan Julyan

This work contains an entire range of employment precedents, including ones specific to particular industries and those concerning matters of company policy such as security, data protection and health & safety. It also includes precedents for breach of contract claims, industrial tribunal proceedings and High Court litigation.

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employment law Practice: strategies for success is an essential resource for any ambitious employment lawyer. It provides a highly practical mix of legal, client management and career advice.

IDS EMPLOYMENT LAW HANDBOOK

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Over the past few years Acas has been asked to conciliate in a large number of equal pay cases, making equal pay one of the most cited grounds of complaint in cases dealt with by the conciliation service. This Handbook:

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Identifies what items of remuneration and other benefits are regarded as 'pay'

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Discusses the three bases upon which a claimant may claim equal pay with a comparator of the opposite sex

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Explains the material factor defence by which employers can seek to escape liability to pay equal pay Looks at the features of pay systems that are particularly susceptible to discrimination and the steps that can be taken to eliminate such discrimination

IDS EMPLOYMENT LAW BRIEF

MATERNITY & PARENTAL RIGHTS

24 ISSUES A YEAR

IDS EMPLOYMENT LAW HANDBOOK

The iDs employment law Brief service is widely recognised as setting the standard of excellence in employment law information and explanation. Subscribers have the assurance that if there is a development in employment law they need to know about, they will. The service comprises:

This Handbook explains the law governing maternity, paternity, parental and adoption leave.

The twice-monthly journal iDs employment law Brief, which reports on the most important decisions of tribunals and the courts as well as new UK and European laws

Handbooks on specific areas of employment law

Online: the Employment Law module of the IDS online service, including a searchable archive of over 3,400 case reports, the latest employment law news, transcripts of cases and a library of feature articles

Sets out the rules covering entitlement to, and payment of, statutory maternity, adoption and paternity pay

Examines the circumstances in which an employee may bring a claim of unfair dismissal or discrimination in relation to pregnancy or family leave

Covers the right to time off for ante natal care and to care for dependents and the right to request flexible working

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EQUALITY ACT 2010

INDUSTRIAL ACTION

REDUNDANCY

IDS EMPLOYMENT LAW GUIDE

IDS EMPLOYMENT LAW HANDBOOK

IDS EMPLOYMENT LAW HANDBOOK

Giving a detailed account of the equality provisions in the Equality Act 2010, and how the previous disparate statutory provisions have been consolidated by the act, this Handbook

This Employment Law Handbook provides a clear overview of the law governing industrial action. It sets out the legal liabilities trade unions are exposed to when taking industrial action and explains the basic statutory immunities for unions organising industrial action, together with the circumstances in which unions forfeit that immunity.

This Handbook offers clear guidance on one of employment law's current hot topics. It establishes the circumstances under which employers can legally make employees redundant and sets out the procedures the parties must follow.

Provides an overview of the new protected characteristics

Deals with the issues common to the protected characteristics, as well as those specific to particular ones

Covers the forms and liabilities for discrimination

Explains all the changes introduced by the 2010 Act

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Looks at the enforcement of individual rights Considers potential exceptions to the act Discusses the new measures such as the new single public sector Equality Duty and the socio-economic duty

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Considers the legitimacy of unfair dismissal claims, and where redundancy may be unfair or discriminatory

Sets out the remedies available against unions for unprotected industrial action

Explains the tricky process of consultation and notification

Covers the dismissal of participants taking part in either official or unofficial industrial action

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Sets out dismissal processes

Deals with the legal impact of industrial action on continuity of employment and employment rights, eg. the right to wages or redundancy payments

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Helps ensure all employees are treated fairly and given the redundancy pay and provisions they're entitled to Features information on qualifications, exclusions and enforcement

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SWEET & MAXWELL'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF EMPLOYMENT LAW 4 RELEASES A YEAR general editor: stephen Hardy Deputy editor: michael Jefferson

The encyclopedia is a comprehensive reference guide in four volumes covering all areas of employment law. Its comprehensive coverage includes the complete text of relevant statutory materials, a digest of cases and a narrative commentary containing both the basic legal principles and higher level comment written by leading practitioners and academics.

• •

TRANSFER OF UNDERTAKINGS

UNFAIR DISMISSAL

IDS EMPLOYMENT LAW HANDBOOK

IDS EMPLOYMENT LAW HANDBOOK

This key employment law resource takes an in-depth look at the rules governing transfers of undertakings. Explaining the law in this complex area in a clear manner, the Handbook:

Providing a clear and accurate statement of the law on unfair dismissal, this fully revised and updated Handbook:

Covers the legal definition of "dismissal" and deals with the various exclusions from the right to claim that exist

Deals with the effect of a transfer on contracts of employment, including employees' rights to refuse to transfer

Explains the potentially fair reasons for dismissal, e.g. conduct, capability and "some other substantial reason"

Covers the rules that apply to unfair dismissal in the context of a transfer, including constructive dismissal

Tackles the central issue of unfairness in the statutory definition

Sets out the special provisions governing the transfer of insolvent businesses

Sets out the grounds for automatically unfair dismissals and discusses the special rules that apply to such dismissals

Outlines the common practical issues that can arise in a transfer situation, such as the disclosure of information and the use of warranties and indemnities

Investigates the remedies available in unfair dismissal cases

Looks at the right of employees to receive a written statement of the reasons for dismissal

Discusses the mechanics of transfer, including contracting out scenarios

Substantially updated every three months Regular bulletins ensure subscribers are aware of the latest information

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TRADE UNIONS IDS EMPLOYMENT LAW HANDBOOK

NEW

This Employment Law Handbook provides a clear and comprehensive account of the law governing both the relationship between trade unions and their members and between trade unions and employers.

Provides an in-depth analysis of the complex statutory recognition procedures

Sets out the rights aimed at preventing an employer or employment agency ‘discriminating’ against workers on the basis of information contained in a ‘blacklist’ of trade union members

Examines the right of workers not to be offered unlawful inducements relating to trade union membership or activities

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TRANSFER OF UNDERTAKINGS

WAGES

3 RELEASES A YEAR

IDS EMPLOYMENT LAW HANDBOOK

general editor: Jeremy lewis

This comprehensive Handbook gives a full explanation of the law relating to the payment of wages. 'Wages' may be identified as the return due to a worker for making his or her labour available to an employer. On this level, there could hardly be a more fundamental aspect of the employment relationship. The Handbook:

This is a complete guide to the effects of the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations and subsequent interpretation by the courts. It explains the regulations clearly, with advice on when they apply and to whom in all types of situations. The work includes a range of precedents and pleadings, with a selection of checklists to be used by both the buyer and the seller before, during, and after the transaction.

Clarification of the legal principles of TUPE and full commentary on the regulations

Regular bulletin provides up-to-date case digests and information

Sets out contractual terms governing the payment of wages

Explains the protection of wages provisions in the Employment Rights Act 1996

Deals with various other provisions concerned with wages including statutory sick pay and statutory maternity pay, medical and maternity suspension pay, check-off, itemised pay statements and guarantee pay

Covers the national minimum wage

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Providing an overview of the law on working time and how employee rights are enforced under it, the Working Time Handbook:

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Examines the scope and coverage of the Working Time Regulations Deals with the key employer responsibilities in the area Explains the calculation of weekly working time Examines the thorny relationship between annual leave and sick leave that has so challenged the courts in recent years Looks at the latest developments in the European arena, with proposals to amend the Working Time Directive firmly on the table

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eneRgY laW ENERGY LAW AND REGULATION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY LAW REVIEW

2 RELEASES A YEAR

editor: Christopher Clement-Davies

general editor: Robert H. Tudway

international energy law Review covers key legislation, court decisions and fiscal developments relevant to the energy industry worldwide, incorporating:

8 ISSUES A YEAR

This comprehensive looseleaf offers a complete guide to all aspects of the economic and competitive regulation of energy utilities in the EU. Keeping subscribers up to date with the regulation of coal, gas, electricity and nuclear power on a country-by-country basis, it focuses on the national laws of the following major European jurisdictions: Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, the UK.

Incomes Data Services Oct-2007 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Paperback, 212 pp

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HOLIDAY RIGHTS IDS EMPLOYMENT LAW GUIDE JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom Incomes Data Services Jun-2008 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Paperback, 180 pp

978 1 905 64285 4 225332 £130.00

PENSIONS AND EMPLOYMENT LAW

JURisDiCTion: International

Includes key EU Member States as well as an overview chapter on the EU regime as a whole

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GAS SALES AND GAS TRANSPORTATION AGREEMENTS

UNITED KINGDOM OIL & GAS LAW

PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE

3 RELEASES A YEAR

3RD eDiTion

general editors: geoff Hewitt and Terence C. Daintith

This work provides a detailed, hands-on guide to the drafting, negotiation and interpretation of natural gas and LNG trading and transportation contracts. It combines in-depth discussion of the law and practice of structuring projects with expertly drafted precedent agreements that demonstrate the practical mechanics of putting a deal together.

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Offers clause-by-clause commentary on the typical provisions within gas and LNG sales and transportation agreements

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Interviews with leading players in the energy sector

Covers all aspects of regulation and law applicable to energy utilities

ISSUES AT THE INTERFACE editor: stephen Hardy and Wyn Derbyshire

Articles examining the legal issues in all energy sectors; the changing patterns of international energy trade and its supervision and the growth in environmental issues affecting this area of law

Peter Roberts

JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom

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IDS EMPLOYMENT LAW GUIDE

Regional Developments: National reports from over 20 jurisdictions worldwide

Thoroughly updated to take account of key movements towards the single energy market

JURisDiCTion: European Union

BULLYING AND HARASSMENT AT WORK

Editorial from the General Editor

Other Employment law Titles

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United Kingdom oil & gas law provides a complete and authoritative account of the law relating to the exploration for, production, offshore pipeline transportation and the sale of domestically produced oil and gas, with particular emphasis on offshore activities.

Covers UK, EU and international regulation in three comprehensive volumes

Divided into seven sections, each supplying a different service: text, international agreements, UK general statutes, UK tax statutes, UK statutory instruments, EU materials and other materials

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THe laW of nUCleaR eneRgY

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Helen Cook

This new text covers all aspects of the legislative framework for nuclear power and nuclear power projects. It provides a comprehensive foundation on which governments and regulators can build the future of nuclear power, particularly in emerging markets.

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Shows how to properly implement at national level the obligations contained in the international conventions Sets out the role and authority of various international agencies, including the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Nuclear Energy Agency of the OECD, Nuclear Suppliers Group, International Commission on Radiological Protection Examines the IAEA Guidelines and provides a roadmap for programme development and implementation Identifies best international practice, with reference to different national systems Examines cross-border and conflict of laws issues such as nuclear liability, international nuclear transportation and import/export Covers how to evaluate tenders for new nuclear construction Considers the construction process, including licensing and permitting, and dispute management and avoidance Explores traditional and new approaches to nuclear power plant financing

ConTenTs: Part 1 – Nuclear Legal Infrastructure: Introduction to Nuclear Law. Developing a Civilian Nuclear Power Programme. International Nuclear Law. National Nuclear Law. Nuclear Regulation. Part 2 – Nuclear New Build Projects: Introduction to New Build. Procurement. Contracting. Financing. Fuel Supply. Waste Management. Part 3 – Future of Nuclear Power: Small Modular Reactors. Fukishima Developments. Jurisdiction: International Mar-2013 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback, c. 700 pp

978 0 414 02315 4 536145 c. £185.00/c. €235.00

THE DOG LAW HANDBOOK

A GUIDE TO NATURAL BURIAL

2nD eDiTion

Ken West

editor: Paul Clayden

a guide to natural Burial explores the myriad social, economic and environmental issues surrounding the concept of natural burial.

The Dog law Handbook draws together into one volume the large and diverse body of law relating to dogs. It comprises a narrative account of the law, followed by the consolidated text of all the relevant legislation and government circulars, with full expert annotations.

Examines owners' responsibilities under the strict liability and negligence rules

Analyses and critiques existing processes, e.g. conventional burial and cremation

Deals with nuisances, byelaws and hygiene regulations

Looks at dogs and diseases, dangerous dogs, and guard dogs

Offers practical advice on such matters as embalming, green coffins, memorialisation and creating habitats

Covers dogs on the road, trespassing dogs, and stray dogs

Looks at the historical perspective of funerals and their current commercial, environmental and social impact

Deals with dog welfare issues, including killing and injuring dogs, and boarding and breeding kennels

Looks at performing dogs, dogs and game, and the import and export of dogs

May-2011 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Paperback

LOCAL GOVERNMENT LIBRARY

3 RELEASES A YEAR general editor: Professor neil Hawke assistant editor: neil Parpworth

The Encyclopedia provides exhaustive coverage of the purpose and practical application of environmental health law. With these five comprehensive looseleaf volumes, readers can turn to a definitive source of reference whenever needing guidance on any aspect of this wide-ranging area of law and practice.

Detailed annotations and commentary highlight the practical application of the law and cover relevant case law

Kept fully up to date by three releases each year

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Dec-2008 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback

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ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH LAW AND PRACTICE

general editor: anthony Jennings

JURisDiCTion: International

JURisDiCTion: England & Wales

JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom

OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION CONTRACTS

general editor: anthony Jennings

Gives guidance on operating a natural burial site, from how it can be designed to what happens on the day of the funeral

Contains the full text of all relevant statutes, statutory instruments and Departmental circulars

OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION CONTRACTS

Considers the various types of sites now operating

Outlines the law relating to the ownership, theft, and sale of dogs

978 1 847 03751 0 287720 £359.00/€456.00

Defines what constitutes 'natural burial'

Other Energy law Titles

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EU ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

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Professor ludwig Kramer

6 ISSUES A YEAR

This acclaimed text provides unrivalled analysis of EU environmental law and its relationship to both other sectoral policies and the laws of Member States.

editors: Professor stuart Bell and Dr laurence etherington

general editors: Richard Burnett-Hall and Brian Jones

Burnett-Hall on environmental law provides an authoritative analysis of all the main areas of environmental law in one volume. It covers the full range of topics, from climate change, environmental impact assessment and nature conservation, to waste, contaminated land, chemicals, GMOs and nuclear.

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Considers environmental issues in commercial property transactions

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Includes new chapters on marine protection and environmental marketing

Contains expanded coverage of the EU chemicals regime under REACH, the Plant Protection Products Regulation, and the proposed EU Biocidal Products Regulation

Explains the development and sources of EU environmental law, including the provisions of the Lisbon Treaty

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Deals with recent directives on air quality, marine waters, waste and protection of the environment through criminal law

Considers recent Court of Justice decisions

The environmental law Reports contain full text reports of cases drawn principally from superior UK court decisions (including Scottish cases) together with those from the European Court.

Expert commentary on the issues raised by the more significant cases

A Digest provides details of cases not reported in full but which are of interest

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COMMERCIAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND LIABILITY

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

GARNER'S LAW OF SEWERS AND DRAINS

LOCAL GOVERNMENT LIBRARY

10TH eDiTion

1 RELEASE A YEAR

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Professor s H Bailey

general editor: Douglas Bryden

general editors: Richard Wald and Justine Thornton Consultant editors: Dr laurence etherington, stephen Tromans, Chris staples and stuart Bell assistant editors: martha grekos, James Burton, Josephine norris and Zack simons

garner's law of sewers and Drains is the only publication that deals specifically with the complex and obscure legislation in this area. It explains the subject in a clear and straightforward manner, drawing attention to matters of practical difficulty.

Commercial environmental law and liability is the commercial property lawyers' guide to environmental protection legislation; the procedures to follow; the insurance cover available; and the environmental compliance requirements for the development of business operations.

Examines commercial environmental liability in relation to everyday issues faced by commercial law practitioners

The encyclopedia of environmental law fulfils the needs of the environmental law practitioner, providing direct access to all relevant materials and expert guidance on each area of the law.

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Authoritative commentary from acknowledged experts

Subscribers also receive 10 bulletins during the year to keep them up to date at all times

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Deals with the new primary legislation affecting water and sewerage undertakers – including relevant parts of the Flood Management and Water Act 2010

Explains the new regime under the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2010

Details moves towards implementation of the policy that responsibility for private sewers and lateral drains should be transferred to undertakers

Covers important new case law on issues such as the meaning of "sewer" and the scope of the Marcic decision

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LAW OF PARKS AND OPEN SPACES

THE LAW OF WASTE MANAGEMENT

WISDOM'S LAW OF WATERCOURSES

Paul Clayden

2nD eDiTion

6TH eDiTion

The law of Parks and open spaces provides a concise explanation of the law in this area. It deals with the management of parks and open spaces, including the various facilities which can be provided, and goes through the regulations covering public behaviour, including topics such as control of animals, alcohol, litter, and travellers and gypsies.

David Pocklington

William Howarth and simon Jackson

The law of Waste management provides practitioners with detailed guidance on the legal issues involved in this technically and legally complex area of environmental law. It discusses the definition of waste, and covers the framework for its control in the EU, UK and the devolved administrations.

This book provides comprehensive coverage of the law relating to streams, rivers, estuaries and related waters, collectively termed 'watercourses'. It discusses both the longstanding common law principles on water rights and the statutory requirements relating to water management, water quality, water quantity and recreation and conservation.

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Covers the acquisition of parks and open spaces through gift and compulsory purchase, and their disposal

Discusses the planning and regulation of waste management operations

Explains procedures for licensing events

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Looks at provisions specific to The Royal Parks and parks and open spaces in London

Explains the legislation associated with 30 different waste streams

Contains guidance on, and reproduces, model byelaws

Deals with all the latest legislation, including the Revised Waste Framework Directive, the Environmental Permitting Regulations, and the Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions Act 2008

Contains a new section on aspects of corporate governance, including corporate liability, health and safety, information, competition law, regulatory compliance, and public affairs

Examines health and safety issues

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WATER AND DRAINAGE LAW

2nD eDiTion

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John H Bates

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Water and Drainage law provides an up-todate and comprehensive survey of water and drainage law, covering everything from sewerage and the quality of drinking water to flood defences, recreation on water and freshwater fisheries. Its looseleaf format allows for regular updating and ensures the text is always current.

Complete coverage of the diverse law in this area

Refers to more than 50 new cases directly concerning trees, including key Court of Appeal decisions

Examines statute and common law developments

Discusses the new system of tree preservation orders under the Planning Act 2008

Fully covers the role of the Environment Agency

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Examines the new Plant Health Order 2005 Contains new chapters on the law in Scotland Provides an up-to-date picture of the law on an owner's liability for trees, and claims for tree-related subsidence damage

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Discusses key recent cases on water rights, fisheries, conservation, and liability for natural hazards

Includes new chapters on conservation of the aquatic environment and on European Union water legislation

Details EU and UK producer responsibility legislation

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Deals with the new rules on restocking notices after unauthorised felling

Explains recent developments under the Environment Act 1995, the Water Act 2003, the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009, the Flood and Water Management Act 2010, the Environmental Permitting Regulations 2010, and the Aquatic Animal Health Regulations 2009

Covers hazardous waste

JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, European Union

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION LEGISLATION 1990-2002 4TH eDiTion

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This work explains practice and procedure under the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996 for family solicitors engaged in property disputes between cohabiting or other unmarried couples.

Explains the legal concepts which apply in unmarried family breakdown situations

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Features a practical civil court reference section, for those practitioners more familiar with the family court

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All the law and procedure which relates to cohabitation, from ownership of property to domestic violence, and from children to inheritance and succession, is set out and explained in this work.

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islamic family law is a practical manual for helping family law practitioners meet the needs of their Muslim clients. It explains the basic concepts of Islamic family law and how they relate to English legal concepts, and advises how to use the English legal system to satisfy Muslim clients' diverse requirements.

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Explains what powers the court has to intervene and redistribute pension rights

Features case studies showing how complex topics work in practice

Gives reliable guidance, written with the help of Sharia Councils and scholars

Goes through the procedural mechanisms which the court will follow in carrying out intervention and redistribution

Discusses the circumstances in which the court will consider it appropriate to intervene and redistribute pension rights or make some other compensatory provision

Examines the options available to the court when there is no definitive ruling

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The Journal of social security law is the one-stop guide to frequent developments and the key legal and policy issues affecting social security law. It keeps subscribers informed about all aspects of social security and welfare law including the Jobseeker's Allowance, child support, disability benefits, the Social Fund and other income related and non-means tested benefits.

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Contains chapters on Civil Partnerships and International Aspects

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It explains what entitlement is due, gives details of the application required, sets out who can make it and how to proceed, and describes what the court's approach will be.

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PRACTICAL MATRIMONIAL PRECEDENTS 2 RELEASES A YEAR editors: Tom Carter, Bruce Blair, QC and Richard Todd, QC

Practical matrimonial Precedents comprises two looseleaf volumes containing over 300 precedents, including draft letters and affidavits set out in accordance with the various stages in an action. The precedents are accompanied by concise commentary and procedural checklists to help ensure nothing is overlooked.

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Todd's Relationship agreements brings together in one source comprehensive guidance on the law relating to all types of relationship agreement. It covers cohabitation, prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements, agreements in respect of children, 'Edgar' agreements and marital settlements, setting out the current status of each one in English law and explaining what is and is not permissible within each agreement.

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THE SOCIAL FUND: LAW AND PRACTICE 3RD eDiTion

The Social Fund plays a major part in the UK's welfare benefit system. This book, split into two sections – a narrative text and an annotation of the relevant legislation and directions – provides a comprehensive analysis of the operation of the Social Fund and detailed clarification of its unique legal structure.

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Explains each loan or grant available from the Social Fund and how it works Discusses the internal and external review mechanisms Analyses the judicial review challenges against Social Fund decision-making Sets out the text of all relevant legislation, regulations and directions, accompanied by detailed commentary Explores the extensive research studies on the Social Fund Presents a flow chart of the various review processes to assist advisors and inspectors

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Richard Todd, QC and elisabeth Todd

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Delivers clear, practical guidance, written in a straightforward and accessible style

Addresses matters of particular interest to practitioners, such as stopping up and diversion orders, traffic orders, street works, footpaths, bridleways and bridges

Deals with the impact of the Human Rights Act in this area

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ConTenTs: Highways and highway authorities. Creation of highways. Rights of the highway authority and of adjoining landowners in, under and over the highway. The maintenance of highways. Civil liability of highway authorities. Improvement of highways. Protection of the highway and of the highway users (1): Public nuisance and remedies; Protection of the highway and of the highway users. (2): Statutory powers relating to authorised and unauthorised interferences with the highway. Extinguishment and diversion of highways. Streets and private streets. Bridges. Footpaths and bridleways. Access to open land. Street works. Acquisition of land, compulsory purchase powers, inquiries and compensation. Wales. London. Miscellaneous matters. JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom Sep-2013 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF HIGHWAY LAW AND PRACTICE LOCAL GOVERNMENT LIBRARY

Highway law is a popular and wellestablished practitioner text on all aspects of the law governing highways. The new 5th edition supplies a detailed and practical commentary on the law relating to the creation, upkeep, development and ownership of highways, including the powers and duties of highway authorities, the rights of users of the highway and of those who own land around the highway.

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The encyclopedia of Highway law and Practice provides a one-stop reference source for the practitioner dealing with all compliance issues regarding highway law, traffic orders, footpaths, bridleways and Definitive Map Orders. It provides the full text of all relevant legislation, complete with annotations.

The full text of the Highways Act 1980 is accompanied by annotations to, and commentary on, individual sections and explanatory introductions to each Part of the Act

Includes the text of other relevant Acts (with annotations and explanations where this is helpful), Rules and Orders, and Circulars

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STREET USE AND THE LAW Paul Clayden JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom Jun-2006 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Paperback

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The encyclopedia of Housing law and Practice provides the housing law practitioner with a wide spectrum of housing information. Housing Acts, Rent Acts, Leasehold Reform Acts and all other relevant legislation are updated regularly and annotated with expert commentary.

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A Release Bulletin outlines the major changes in each release

Subscribers are entitled to access HousingVIEW a weekly email bulletin service providing updates on housing law

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The Housing law Reports have established a reputation for case reporting of the highest quality. They are cited regularly in the High Court, the Court of Appeal and House of Lords. All cases are presented in such a way as to be of value to both lawyers and housing advisers.

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A team of leading authorities in the field of housing law have combined their expertise to bring you the Journal of Housing law. Designed to provide regularly updated coverage of housing law issues, the Journal includes:

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Company liquidations is a practical, user friendly guide structured around the procedures involved in liquidating a company. It provides a cradle to grave approach to winding-up, dealing with Receivership, CVA and Administration, and gives step-by-step guidance on implementation of the options available at each stage. This new 2nd edition includes complete analysis of the provisions of the Companies Act 2006 now they are fully in force, and incorporates wide-ranging recent case law and insolvency legislation.

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GOODE ON PROPRIETARY RIGHTS AND INSOLVENCY IN SALES TRANSACTIONS 3RD eDiTion Professor sir Roy goode, QC editor: simon mills

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This looseleaf publication provides a comprehensive service on all aspects of the law of corporate insolvency. The material has been drawn from the prestigious Palmer's Company Law, ensuring it provides the weight and authority you would expect. By focusing specifically on corporate insolvency it offers the depth of information needed in daily practice and ensures all extraneous material on personal insolvency is excluded.

A one-stop reference source containing all the commentary and materials the practitioner needs

Devoted solely to corporate insolvency – and compiled by a well-respected team

Updated on a regular basis to provide the latest materials

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mCPHeRson's laW of ComPanY liQUiDaTion

4TH eDiTion

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Considers the roles of the official receiver and the trustee Goes through the realisation of assets, including business assets, the matrimonial home and pensions Deals with creditors' claims and protection of creditors Explains the position of the bankrupt Discusses closing procedures and release from insolvency Fully updated to reflect the Insolvency (Amendment) Rules 2012 Includes coverage of Scotland, Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and Channel Islands Covers cross-border insolvency Sets out forms, precedents and key parts of legislation

4TH eDiTion Professor sir Roy goode, QC

Professor andrew R Keay

This work provides authoritative analysis of the concepts and principles underpinning corporate insolvency law. It was the first textbook to set down the conceptual framework of English corporate insolvency law, and as such is now regularly cited in Court and throughout the field.

mcPherson's law of Company liquidation is the authoritative reference work on the law relating to the liquidation of companies. Providing penetrating analysis of legal principles, legislation and case law, it deals with all aspects of the subject from commencement through to dissolution, setting them in context of the changed landscape post 2008 and the financial crisis.

Helps practitioners understand the complex principles on which disputes frequently turn

Covers the law and procedures of the different modes of winding up, advising on the principles, prodecures and practical issues

Shows how the fundamental concepts apply to current problems in corporate insolvency – and suggests solutions

Examines the many recent developments in insolvency legislation and case law

Discusses the requirements of the winding-up petitions of creditors, contributories, the Secretary of State and others

Features a comprehensive re-examination of the EU Insolvency Regulation

Analyses the complex Lehman Brothers and Kaupthing litigation

Reviews the Cross-Border Insolvency Regulations 2006

Includes expanded chapters on restructuring, schemes of arrangement and company voluntary arrangements

Explains how the administrative organs of winding up work

Analyses the role and duties of the liquidator

Examines the position and responsibilities of contributories and creditors

Discusses the division and distribution of assets

Gives guidance on investigations and examinations

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Advises on misconduct and prosecutions

Richard floyd, simon Knight and frank Brumby

This new edition of Personal insolvency guides practitioners, step-by-step, through the entire personal insolvency process, dealing with bankruptcy, individual voluntary arrangements (IVAs) and other procedures.

EDITION

PRINCIPLES OF CORPORATE INSOLVENCY LAW

3RD eDiTion

PERSONAL INSOLVENCY A PRACTICAL GUIDE

NEW

Goes through the highly nuanced old and new case law, explaining the implications of recent decisions Discusses the impact of recent legislation, including the Bribery Act 2010 and full enactment of the Companies Act 2006

ConTenTs: Introduction. Modes of winding up. Creditor's petition for a winding-up order. Contributory's petition. Miscellaneous other petitions. Provisional liquidation. Commencement and effect of winding up. Administrative organs of winding up. Functions of the liquidator. Contributories. Assets available for division and distribution. Creditors. Division of assets among creditors. Distribution of surplus assets. Investigations and Examinations. Misconduct and prosecutions. The conclusion of winding-up proceedings. International aspects of liquidations. JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom Dec-2013 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback, c. 1264 pp

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SWEET & MAXWELL'S COMPLETE INSOLVENCY SERVICE CD-ROM 5 RELEASES A YEAR

This contains the authoritative commentary and practice points from Totty & Moss's Insolvency and Muir Hunter on Personal Insolvency, full text of insolvency legislation and a wide range of annotated precedents. It is the one source of information that looks at every angle of insolvency law, providing all the necessary explanation and analysis.

Over 1,000 expert summaries of leading cases from Cork Gully on Insolvency Judgments and Current Legal Information, plus full text of over 70 leading cases and full text of major and ancillary insolvency legislation

Key articles from Insolvency Lawyer and Insolvency Intelligence

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A complete range of statutory forms Updated not less than five times a year

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insolVenCY

sCHemes of aRRangemenT in CoRPoRaTe ResTRUCTURing

NEW

sealY & milman: annoTaTeD gUiDe To THe insolVenCY legislaTion 2013

NEW EDITION

3 RELEASES A YEAR Consultant editors: Peter Totty, gabriel moss, QC and nick segal

Christian Pilkington

16TH eDiTion

With schemes of arrangement now the favoured tool in complex cross-border corporate restructuring, this new work provides in-depth guidance on the legal principles, formal procedures and practical questions facing practitioners. It is a specifically practical text featuring extensive precedent material and detailed case studies of schemes in operation.

Professor len sealy and Professor David milman

Explains the different types of scheme available, including 'pre-pack' schemes, assessing their comparative advantages and disadvantages

Explores the underlying legal principles, including 'timing' and 'compromise'

Sets out a 'three-stage' guide to schemes, from first court-hearing through to the 'sanction hearing'

Goes through each stage of the scheme process in detail

Features extensive precedents, including examples of schemes, letters, claim forms, statements, court orders, proxies and expert opinions, and hearing materials

Illustrates the issues covered by reference to detailed UK, US and European case studies compiled from the author's experience

Deals with the complex cross-border and jurisdictional issues facing practitioners

Discusses how to get multi-national schemes recognised

Looks at the involvement of COMI in the recognition process

• •

Examines bondholder issues

Looks at common issues with schemes including competition, pensions, regulation, accounting, confidentiality and voidability

TOTTY, MOSS & SEGAL: INSOLVENCY

Regarded as a definitive work for those advising on insolvency, this longestablished legislation handbook provides annotated commentary and clarification on the legal and practical implications of the latest insolvency legislation. It is the standard reference work for accountants, lawyers and government officers dealing with insolvency. The annotated commentary is regularly cited in court.

insolvency is the definitive work which provides all the necessary explanation and analysis in this area, looking at every angle of corporate insolvency law and practice. From basic introductory material to detailed advice on specific aspects, insolvency is a practical library of commentary and source material showing how the cold print of insolvency law operates in daily practice.

Provides commentary on such complex areas as the disqualification of directors, wrongful trading, voluntary arrangements, and appointment of Administrators

Contains important source material – statutes, statutory instruments, guidance notes, forms, practical instructions, tables of destinations, derivations and special definitions

Reproduces in full all insolvency legislation currently in force – with commentary on the provisions of the legislation and the impact of case law

Volume 1 contains the main core of legislative material

Jurisdiction: England & Wales, Commonwealth

Volume 2 contains the Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986, over 50 SIs, 25 statutes, the UNCITRAL Model law on Cross Border Insolvency plus further EU coverage

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Incorporates all recent amendments to the Insolvency Rules

Includes all statutory instruments since the 15th edition and annotations referring to many new cases

Allows easy searching with comprehensive indexing by case, legislative reference and topic

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Other Insolvency Titles

CORPORATE RESCUE Rebecca Parry

JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom

JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom

May-2013 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Volumes 1 & 2

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A PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO CORPORATE RESTRUCTURING Consultant editors: lyndon norley, Peter marshall and Joseph swanson JURisDiCTion: European Union

Provides a comparative analysis with other procedures including CVAs and Administrations

Jun-2008 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Paperback

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ConTenTs: Introduction; History & Development;

Statutory Requirements; Procedure; Contents of a Typical Scheme; Recognition Issues; Third Party Releases; Bondholder Issues; U.S Issues; Insurance Schemes; Case Studies; Precedents. JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, European Union,

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insURanCe laW BIRDS' MODERN INSURANCE LAW 9TH eDiTion

COLINVAUX AND MERKIN'S INSURANCE CONTRACT LAW

ConsTRUCTion all RisKs insURanCe

Professor John Birds

3 RELEASES A YEAR

Paul Reed, QC

Birds' modern insurance law offers a concise, analytical explanation of the fundamental principles of insurance law. Written in an accessible and straightforward manner, it covers everything from the history of insurance and regulation, through to the various forms of insurance such as life, motor and employers' liability.

Professor Robert m merkin

This major work is a complete rewriting of the authoritative text Colinvaux's Law of Insurance, combined with Professor Merkin's own highly-regarded work Insurance Contract Law. It provides a detailed discussion of the law of insurance, covering both marine and non-marine risks. Key contents include:

Construction all Risks insurance offers comprehensive analysis of Construction, Engineering and Erection All Risks (CAR) insurance as understood in English Law. It is essential for construction and insurance lawyers and other professionals, contractors and developers and their insurers. It contains detailed, practical advice for all those dealing with CAR coverage and claims, and for those involved in disputes in this area.

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NEW EDITION

Analyses the increasingly complex legal rules affecting contracts of insurance Provides a distinct treatment of consumer insurance law as opposed to commercial insurance law Explains the implications of recent case law clearly and concisely Deals with the latest changes in the regulatory structure of the insurance industry Written by Professor John Birds the acknowledged expert in the field

JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom Apr-2013 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Paperback, c. 502 pp

978 0 414 02330 7 553588 c. £30.95/c. €40.00

• • •

The definition of insurance, formation of the policy, utmost good faith Policy terms, interpretation, conditions and warranties Losses and claims, fraudulent claims, calculation of loss Assignment, intermediaries, conflict of laws, regulation of insurance

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BUTLER AND MERKIN'S REINSURANCE LAW

COLINVAUX'S LAW OF INSURANCE

3 RELEASES A YEAR

9TH eDiTion

general editor: Professor Robert m merkin

Professor Robert m merkin

This key looseleaf work provides a general introduction to and definition of reinsurance, and considers its legal nature, the formation and form of reinsurance agreements and utmost good faith. It looks at the terms, interpretation and coverage of reinsurance agreements, and considers general matters, including assignment, winding up, reinsurance brokers and conflict of laws.

Colinvaux's law of insurance presents a thorough analysis of all areas of insurance law in a crisp, analytical style that succinctly explains complex topics. It examines the underlying principles of insurance law, before going on to deal with the parties involved and the different types of insurance.

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Covers case law and legislation Examines losses and claims, subrogation, contribution, reinstatement and arbitration Includes chapters by US editors setting out US law on utmost good faith as it relates to reinsurance contracts

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978 0 903 39338 6 6552 £1607.00/€2172.00

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Deals individually with marine, life and accident, liability, property, financial and motor vehicle insurance Covers reinsurance Explains the impact of recent legislation, including the Third Parties (Rights against Insurers) Act 2010 and Companies Act 2006 Examines the radically evolving regulatory structure applicable to insurers and brokers Discusses the impact of the credit crunch on insurance law

NEW

Sets out the basics of CAR insurance, explaining its historical development Covers the structure of a modern standard CAR policy Explains formation and placing of CAR insurance Discusses the interpretation of CAR policies, giving practical drafting advice Explains the law relating to rectification, fortuity, loss and damage Examines the wide range of exclusions that can apply to CAR policies Deals with extensions to cover including Advance Loss of Profits and Public Liability Includes precedents of standard insuring clauses in construction contracts Goes through the claims procedure, including detailed discussion of the processes and potential problems that can face practitioners once a claim has been made Provides a comprehensive analysis of the difficult areas of causation and coinsurance Looks at other types of All Risks insurance including marine, property and aviation

ConTenTs: An introduction to Construction

and Engineering All Risks. The Basis of CAR Insurance. Policy & Structure. Exclusions. Extensions. Claims. Other types of All Risks cover. Precedents. JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom Jun-2013 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback

978 0 414 02432 8 566904 c. £245.00/c. €312.00

1sT sUPPlemenT: This brings the text up to date with recent developments in the law JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, Commonwealth Nov-2012 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Mainwork & Supplement

978 0 414 02465 6 567424 £470.00/€598.00

Nov-2012 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: 1st Supplement, 304 pp

978 0 414 02444 1 567130 £120.00/€153.00

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ENCYCLOPEDIA OF INSURANCE LAW

MACGILLIVRAY ON INSURANCE LAW

A PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TOTHE REGULATION OF INSURANCE

2 RELEASES A YEAR

12TH eDiTion

4TH eDiTion

general editors: Professor John Birds, Jonathan Wright, Patrick Devine, Raymond Cox, QC, michael lerego, QC, Bridget lucas, mark Whalan and malcolm Johnson

Professor John Birds, Ben lynch and simon milnes

Consultant editor: John Young

macgillivray on insurance law is a classic work which deals with all insurance risks other than marine and takes into account the key legislative developments and judicial decisions in this area. The Centenary Edition deals with the new law under the Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Act 2012 and considers the latest restructuring of the FSA and Bank of England.

This fully revised title examines the UK and European regulatory regimes and their impact on the insurance industry, offering clear, practical advice for compliance officers and professional advisers. It covers all aspects of the life and non-life insurance industries, from establishment, authorisation and ownership, to conduct of business and financial supervision.

The encyclopedia of insurance law provides complete coverage of insurance law and practice, including full text of relevant legislation, detailed commentary and case law.

Provides a completely up to date source of legislative material

Contains narrative sections on industryspecific issues such as the concept of general good, the transfer of insurance business, insolvency, taxation and the regulation of intermediaries Includes sections on EU law, guidance notes, statements of insurance practice, the Insurance Ombudsman Bureau, and the Motor Insurers' Bureau Includes up-to-date and annotated FSMA and FSA sections

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978 0 421 28150 9 5910 £1219.00/€1648.00

£815.00 £825.00/€1116.00

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Offers unequalled explanation of general principles and how they work in practice Considers the separate classes of insurance, including life, personal accident, property, motor and aviation Discusses the parties to an insurance contract Examines the complex issues that arise when claims are made and policies fail Compares English law with its Scottish, US and Commonwealth counterparts Supplies clear guidance on areas where the law is unclear or where disputes may arise

1sT sUPPlemenT: This brings the text up to date

This is a unique guide giving essential information on the substantial differences in the treatment of insurance between different countries. Written and updated by an expert in the field, where possible information has been obtained from the Supervisory Authority in each country. A regular updating service ensures that information is kept up to date.

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Dec-2011 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Paperback, 350 pp

978 0 414 04857 7 509007 £145.00/€185.00

978 0 414 02709 1

Sep-2013 978 0 414 02890 6 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: 611467 1st Supplement c. £150/€191.00

REGULATION OF INSURANCE IN THE UK, IRELAND AND EU 3 RELEASES A YEAR

These two volumes contain a thorough treatment of the public policy aims and objectives underlying insurance regulation generally, before setting out the laws of the UK and Ireland controlling insurance companies, insurance intermediaries and insurance contract terms. It deals with issues such as: the nature and extent of regulatory powers; obtaining insurance permissions; specific requirements for newly authorised insurers; regulation of licensed non-life assurers and reinsurers; transfer of insurance business portfolios; liquidating insurance companies; compensating policy holders and other claimants against insolvent insurers.

JURisDiCTion: International 978 1 870 08090 3 6580 £1475.00/€1994.00

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Explains the practical effect of market liberalisation measures for insurance companies and intermediaries

JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, Ireland,

European Union, International

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JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom

Provides facts and figures on over 200 countries and states worldwide Countries are organised in a logical and user-friendly way Gives details of international insurance organisations

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Sep-2012 978 0 414 02445 8 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: 567134 £400.00/€508.00 Hardback

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general editor: neil Crockford

with recent developments in the law

Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: 591860 ProView eBook £400.00 (+ £80.00 VaT) = £480.00/ €508.00 (+ €101.60 VaT) = €609.60

4 RELEASES A YEAR

Explains the new UK regulatory architecture that replaces the FSA Examines the Solvency II Directive and the implications of the new capital adequacy requirements Addresses updates to other European directives, including the Acquisitions Directive, Reinsurance Directive and Insurance Mediation Directive II Provides details of EU-level structural changes including the new European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) and its powers Covers friendly societies and specific issues affecting particular types of insurance (e.g. motor insurance)

JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, International

Sep-2012

INSURING FOREIGN RISKS

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RILEY ON BUSINESS INTERRUPTION INSURANCE

THE LAW OF REINSURANCE

9TH eDiTion

INSURANCE PRACTITIONER'S LIBRARY

Harry Roberts

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Examines the different types of cover available Explains how the cover operates and can be applied to a wide range of business types Goes through the wording of policies, highlighting common pitfalls Considers a wide range of perils and contingencies, such as fire, flood, earthquakes, terrorism, accidents, and natural disasters Analyses the issues surrounding important recent cases, including Coromin, Orient Express Hotels and others Covers all aspects of claims Contains a detailed comparison of UK and US practice and procedure Looks at practice in Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Australasia

JURisDiCTion: International Jan-2012 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback

978 0 421 92580 9 119661 £215.00/€274.00

THE INSURANCE OF COMMERCIAL RISKS: LAW AND PRACTICE INSURANCE PRACTITIONER'S LIBRARY

editors: John R olsen, Professor spyros m maniatis, nick Wood and Daphne Zografos

Terry o'neill and Jan Woloniecki

The law of Reinsurance offers a comprehensive guide to both the substantive law and practice in this complex area of law. Covering the law in both the major reinsurance centres, London and Bermuda, it analyses the underlying general principles of reinsurance, examines reinsurance agreements and deals with all the procedural aspects of reinsurance litigation and arbitration.

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Examines the different types of reinsurance contract, including marine and financial Considers intermediaries and all relevant areas of agency law Looks at conflict of laws issues in reinsurance disputes Covers insolvency and reinsurance liquidations Discusses the regulation of reinsurance

1sT sUPPlemenT: This brings the text up to date

with recent developments in the law JURisDiCTion: International Oct-2012 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Mainwork & Supplement

978 0 414 02467 0 567503 £495.00/€630.00

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Other Insurance Law Titles

THE LAW OF INSURANCE BROKING 2nD eDiTion

4TH eDiTion

The insurance of Commercial Risks: law and Practice examines how the general principles of insurance law apply to the insurance of commercial risks, and how to evaluate the merits of a dispute in these insurance claims.

• • • • •

Examines the law relating to the six main liability insurances Discusses the law relating to the six main types of property risks insurance, including business interruption insurance Looks at all relevant claims aspects Goes through the different types of loss and how to calculate indemnity Deals with litigation, including issues such as disclosure and jurisdiction Covers significant changes to legislation and regulations, most notably the Third Parties (Rights against Insurers) Act 2010 Explains the implications of important recent case law

Dec-2003 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback, 656 pp

978 0 421 84570 1 25418 £290.00/€369.00

PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY INSURANCE LAW

The only English-language work devoted to domain name protection – providing essential information that is difficult to source elsewhere Allows easy country-by-country comparisons and access to information on obscure jurisdictions

JURisDiCTion: International Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Looseleaf Price includes service to December 2013 2013 Service Prices UK Europe

978 0 421 72720 5 6130 £905.00/€1224.00

£685.00 £695.00/€940.00

EUROPEAN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY REVIEW 12 ISSUES A YEAR

Launched in 1978, eiPR is the leading international journal in the intellectual property field, offering comprehensive coverage and analysis of new developments and key cases and legislation.

INSURANCE PRACTITIONER'S LIBRARY

2nD eDiTion

ian enright and Dr Digby Jess Jurisdiction: United Kingdom, Commonwealth Dec-2007 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback

978 0 421 96660 4 165555 £270.00/€343.00

JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, European Union Jul-2011 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback, 988 pp

Christopher Henley Jurisdiction: United Kingdom

Domain names: global Practice and Procedure is a major looseleaf that provides regularly updated coverage of a subject critical to e-commerce. Using a country-by-country format, it clearly explains the law and procedure relevant to domain name registration, use and protection in over 200 jurisdictions, and is updated by two releases each year.

editor: Hugh Brett

Dr Digby Jess

DOMAIN NAMES: GLOBAL PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE 2 RELEASES A YEAR

3RD eDiTion

Riley provides a comprehensive examination of business interruption and consequential loss insurance in jurisdictions around the world, with the emphasis on practice and procedure.

IN ENGLAND AND BERMUDA

inTelleCTUal PRoPeRTY – geneRal

978 0 414 04620 7 491066 £325.00/€413.00

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Comments generated by a network of international correspondents provide coverage of significant cases and changes in legislation throughout the world Articles and Opinions written by leading practitioners provide in-depth discussion and practical analysis of current IP issues of particular interest to busy practitioners

JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, European Union,

International Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: 2013 Annual Subscription Prices UK Europe Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: UK with Bound Volumes Europe with Bound Volumes Other Prices Bound Volumes (2008-2012) each Bound Volumes (to 2007) each Set Price on Application

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FLEET STREET REPORTS

12 ISSUES A YEAR editor: fiona Clark

8TH eDiTion

fleet street Reports has been the prime updating choice for intellectual property practitioners for over 40 years.

nigel eastaway, Richard gallafent, Victor Dauppe and Jacquelyn Kimber

CASES ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW

Includes the ongoing debates of major UK cases (many of which are unreported elsewhere) and gives news of key decisions in other jurisdictions The subject matter ranges from important points of litigation practice to substantive new case law in areas such as software, computer contracts and biotechnology Cumulative index included in each issue

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4 ISSUES A YEAR editor: Professor margaret llewelyn

intellectual Property Quarterly is published in association with the Intellectual Property Institute. As the Institute's flagship publication it provides a focal point for discussion of policy issues in intellectual property law and their effects on industry.

Emphasis on interdisciplinary issues of policy, drawing together legal, economic, industrial, technical, managerial and statistical viewpoints High proportion of international coverage

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1364-906X 6791 £566.00 £578.00/€782.00 1364-90BV 6675 £823.00 £845.00/€1144.00

EDITION

8TH eDiTion Professor William Cornish, Professor David llewelyn and Dr Tanya aplin

The new 8th edition incorporates the latest legislation, case law and HMRC guidance, and explains the taxation consequences that follow from the different ways IP assets can be licensed, sold or incorporated in products, books, films, audio recordings, computers, advertising, media, performances, treatments and research.

£1340.00 £315.00

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY QUARTERLY

NEW

With IP assets now a steadily increasing proportion of the value of modern businesses, intellectual Property law and Taxation supplies clear, practical guidance on the taxation of these assets. It is unique in the way it examines IP law, then tax law and then puts the two into context.

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Sets out the principles of intellectual property law, so it is clear how intellectual property rights can be exploited Shows how IP assets are valued and “market value” established, drawing on the latest case law Explains the principles of taxation in the UK Goes in depth through the taxation of each type of intellectual property asset – patents, trade marks, copyright & designs Advises on tax planning, both in general and for specific areas such as entertainers, sportsmen, franchising, computer software and ecommerce Looks in detail at the exploitation and taxation of image rights, including Guernsey’s new registered image right legislation Deals with transfer pricing and intellectual property Explains the new Patent Box rules, in force from April 2013 Covers recent developments in the DOTAS (disclosure of tax avoidance schemes) regime Discusses the impact of the new General Anti Avoidance Rule (GAAR) Features a set of case studies showing how the principles described in the book work in practice

intellectual Property is the leading textbook in this area of law. It provides comprehensive and authoritative coverage of the whole spectrum of intellectual property law as it applies in the UK and is a standard first port of call for practitioners. This new edition has been rewritten and updated to reflect the rapid evolution of IP in recent years.

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Explains main types of IP chapter by chapter Features extensive EU and international coverage Includes chapters on IP and personal privacy, IP and digital technology, IP and biotechnology Up-to-date with all recent case law and legislative developments Contains tables of European Legislation and International Treaties, Conventions and Agreements

JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom Jun-2013 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback, c. 1082 pp

978 0 414 02564 6 571667 c. £125.00/c. €159.00

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978 0 414 02559 2 571273 c. £38.95/c. €50.00

INTERNATIONAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LITIGATION 2 RELEASES A YEAR neil Jenkins

This looseleaf acts as a thorough guide to the practice and procedure of intellectual property litigation in the 23 jurisdictions most used for settling disputes or enforcing IP rights. It enables practitioners contemplating or engaged in multinational litigation to see what will be involved procedurally and what remedies are available in each country – and is invaluable in planning the strategy and selecting the right forum.

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Comprehensive coverage of the practice and procedure of IP litigation in 23 key jurisdictions Highlights specific procedural rules for each type of intellectual property right Covers forum shopping, the Brussels Convention and case management

ConTenTs: Law. Principles of taxation.

Intellectual Property taxation. Tax planning. Specific taxation applications. Case studies. Appendices.

JURisDiCTion: International

JURisDiCTion: United Kingdom, European Union, £566.00 £230.00

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: NEW PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, TRADEMARKS & ALLIED RIGHTS EDITION

inTelleCTUal PRoPeRTY laW anD TaxaTion

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MELVILLE: FORMS & AGREEMENTS ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY & INTERNATIONAL LICENSING

PaRallel imPoRTaTion UnDeR eURoPean Union laW

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editors: David de Vall and Peter Colley

editor: Christian liedtke

This highly practical treatise provides fully drafted examples of over 170 commercial forms and agreements with coverage of all areas of intellectual property law in the United Kingdom, the United States, the EU and the Commonwealth.

The second edition of this groundbreaking work explains all aspects of the law relating to parallel imports, with particular emphasis on intellectual property.

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Each form is broken down into its constituent clauses and cross-referenced to other forms for fast comparison or substitution Unique clauses index provides quick navigation of the three volumes Regular updates include rewritten chapters, updated text, case references, case extracts and sample agreement forms

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This accessible working guide shows the practical steps necessary to protect and enforce the whole range of 'intellectual property' rights. Specifically designed to be used as a first point of reference, it contains all the information practitioners need for their daily business.

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Clear, first point of reference for all aspects of this area of law Saves valuable time by pinpointing the essential aspects of each area of IP law Offers practical guidance on the procedures of IP protection Always up to date, with two updating releases each year

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Providing a detailed understanding of how legislation, case law and regulations apply in practice, it shows how the law can be used to both repel parallel imports and to facilitate them, enabling practitioners to advise on any matter relating to parallel importation.

PRACTICAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

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Offers detailed strategies on how best to resolve conflicts in this area Gives guidance on using competition law as a shield against infringement actions Explains free movement and market integration in the EU, so the trade conditions that give rise to parallel importation are clear Shows how to challenge anti-competitive agreements Explains how parallel importation relates to royalty collecting societies and trade associations, automobile and film distribution Discusses consent and the burden of proof after Davidoff, enabling readers to apply this landmark decision Includes coverage of E-commerce in relation to collecting societies and the trading of digital works Considers case law from the US, Australia and Japan to show how EU law relates to the laws of other jurisdictions

ConTenTs: Introduction. Free Movement and Market Integration. Trade mark Harmonisation and the Exhaustion of Rights. Consent and the Burden of Proof. Pharmaceuticals, Relabelling, Repackaging, and Rebranding. Copyrights, Designs, Patents, Seeds and Semiconductors. Royalty Collecting Societies and Trade Associations, Automobile and Film Distributions. Anticompetitive Agreements. Abuses of Dominant Positions. Notes on Customs Practice. Conclusion. Appendices.

PRACTICAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PRECEDENTS 2 RELEASES A YEAR Trevor Cook and audrey Horton

This is a comprehensive range of intellectual property precedents, from copyright assignments, patent licences, and commissioning and funding agreements, to enforcement and dispute precedents. Preliminary commentary sets the scene and explains the basis of each precedent, followed by clause-by-clause drafting guidance, so that precedents can be tailored to meet the particular needs of the client.

A full collection of intellectual property precedents ordered by transaction covering patents, know-how, copyright, design and trade marks

Full commentary putting each precedent into context, plus clause-by-clause drafting advice

Arrangement of precedents follows the sequence in which IP issues typically arise

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THE TRIPS AGREEMENT DRAFTING HISTORY AND ANALYSIS 4TH eDiTion Daniel gervais

This acclaimed work provides a complete set of tools for understanding the trade rules and intellectual property concepts that make up the TRIPS Agreements. The new 4th edition includes the addition of four early versions of the TRIPS text, the early history of TRIPS and more on the role of the dispute-settlement mechanism.

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Offers a unique insider perspective as the author was involved with the TRIPS Agreement negotiations Traces the development of the TRIPS Agreement, explaining the political, commercial and legal forces that have shaped its evolution Sets out an annotated version of the Agreement, providing a detailed explanation of each of its 79 Articles – updated to reflect recent developments Includes a section on bilateral and regional agreements based on TRIPS explaining their impact on practitioners Demonstrates the effect of the TRIPS agreement through analysis of recent cases

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THE WIPO JOURNAL sTReamlineD iP DisPUTe ResolUTion angela fox

2 ISSUES A YEAR

TRiTTon on inTelleCTUal PRoPeRTY in eURoPe

This user-friendly book is the first, singlevolume guide to practice and procedure covering the Patents County Court. Given the significant and ongoing developments to the PCC and its increasing use by IP practitioners for lower level disputes, this handy reference book will be an invaluable guide on how to navigate the court system.

general editor: Peter Yu

4TH eDiTion

The WiPo Journal provides an invaluable forum for debate of the controversial issues affecting IP. It draws on the knowledge of experts from around the world to comment on a broad range of matters affecting the global IP community.

guy Tritton

"Should be on the bookshelf of every practitioner dealing with intellectual property rights" – European Intellectual Property Review

Explores issues from all perspectives – legal, policy, economic, social and technical

"An impressive work, well-written, thorough, analytical, critical and encompassing." – Trade Mark Reporter

Examines the impact of the WIPO Convention and other international treaties on practice

Compares jurisdictions highlighting their differences

Offers articles written by high profile IP experts from across the world

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In addition, it also examines the Company Names Tribunal, ICANN’s Uniform Dispute for Domain Names Resolution Policy (UDRP) and Nominet’s Dispute Resolution Service (DRS) to ensure coverage of all the lower-value IP disputes likely to arise in the practice of most specialist and nonspecialist IP litigators in the UK. Each of these systems is a specialist area with its own rules of procedure, developing practices and trends in decision-making requiring separate coverage.

Helps IP practitioners understand the main lower level dispute resolution options available to them and choose the most suitable channel for their case

Draws together a disparate range of sources of procedure and relevant law into one convenient text

Gives clear, practical guidance through the procedures that need to be followed

Covers topics such as considerations before making claims, documentation, application costs and fee caps, appeals, etc

Features a range of invaluable practitioner tools, such as precedents, model forms and pleadings

Includes procedural checklists and diagrams to help ensure procedures are followed correctly

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ANALYSIS AND DEBATE OF GLOBAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ISSUES

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EDITION

The 4th edition of this popular text thoroughly examines the wide range of laws regulating intellectual property in Europe. It has become recognised as the leading guide on the subject, dealing with both EU law and the international conventions affecting protection of IP rights. It provides coverage of all intellectual property rights in one source (patents, copyright, designs, trade marks and plant varieties), considering the practical dimensions of each one as well as the substantive law.

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978 0 414 02868 5 610439 c. £135.00/€172.00

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Discusses each subject area in general European terms and then highlights individual national differences Explains the implementation and licensing of intellectual property Looks at intellectual property in joint ventures and franchising Examines intellectual property and competition law, showing how the two areas overlap Incorporates all recent developments, including the 2010 Vertical Agreements Block Exemption and the new R&D and Specialisation Block Exemptions Provides a full update on all relevant ECJ and GC cases in the field Assesses the Commission's proposed intellectual property reforms

ConTenTs: Intellectual Property in Europe.

Patents in Europe. Trade Marks in Europe. Copyright in Europe. Design Protection in Europe. Plant Variety Rights in Europe. Intellectual Property and Free Movement of Goods. Intellectual Property and Article 101. Intellectual Property and Joint Ventures. Article 101, Distribution and Franchising Agreements. Abuse of a Dominant Position. Proceedings involving Intellectual Property Rights and Competition Law. Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights and Border Controls. Jurisdiction and Intellectual Property. JURisDiCTion: European Union May-2013 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback

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inTelleCTUal PRoPeRTY – CoPYRigHT & Designs COMMUNITY DESIGNS HANDBOOK

COPYRIGHT AND DESIGNS LAW

EUROPEAN COPYRIGHT AND DESIGN REPORTS

1 RELEASES A YEAR

2 RELEASES A YEAR

6 ISSUES A YEAR

editors: imogen Wiseman and William Jones, institute of Trade mark attorneys, Chartered institute of Patent attorneys (C.i.P.a.)

editor: Professor Robert m merkin Consulting editor: Jack Black

editor: Dr Uma suthersanen

This looseleaf publication provides a detailed description of the law and practice relating to designs law in the European Community. It acts as a companion to Sweet & Maxwell's Community Trade Mark Handbook, and contains all the background materials and tools needed to understand and use the Community Design Regulation.

Takes the reader step-by-step through all the various stages of registering a Community Design

Includes procedural checklists and case studies to aid compliance

Deals with invalidation, licensing, renewals and infringement

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Annual updates ensure readers are kept up to date with case law and OHIM procedural changes An official ITMA/CIPA publication, with all the authority that signifies

Jurisdiction: European Union

Copyright and Designs law provides a complete guide to the modern law relating to copyright, including how it relates to the arts, the media (including cable and satellite broadcasting) and the special requirements of new technology. This looseleaf work, updated twice a year, keeps the practitioner abreast of case law and will prove invaluable to any practitioner working in this field in the wake of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.

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The only English language reporting service in this fast-growing area

Provides easy access to cases which would otherwise be very difficult to source

All cases selected for their importance by an expert Editorial Panel

A 'one-stop shop' approach to copyright law Includes all the relevant source material, enabling the practitioner to turn quickly to the relevant sources

JURisDiCTion: European Union

Deals extensively with EU copyright law

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DESIGN LAW: EUROPEAN UNION AND UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

16TH eDiTion

2nD eDiTion

Kevin garnett, QC, gillian Davies and gwilym Harbottle

Dr Uma suthersanen

Copinger & skone James on Copyright provides the most rigorous analysis available of legislation and case law on copyright and related rights. Covering copyright, moral rights, rights in performances and rights in unregistered design, it provides the last word on all these areas of law.

This book offers a complete analysis of design law in Europe and the United States, explaining the protection of designs not only under design law itself but also by copyright, trade mark and unfair competition laws.

COPINGER & SKONE JAMES ON COPYRIGHT

The european Copyright and Design Reports bring you all the key copyright and design decisions of the national courts in the EU – as well as cases from key EU accession states such as the Czech Republic and key ECJ and EFTA court decisions. Accompanying a full English translation of each judgment, full headnotes clearly explain the main points of the case and the judgment itself.

Specifically, it examines the availability of protection under the EU Design Regulation and Directive, the Trade Mark Regulation, national copyright law, international treaties such as the Berne Convention, Paris Convention and TRIPS Agreements, as well as the US federal design patent, copyright and trade dress laws.

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MORAL RIGHTS gillian Davies and Kevin garnett, QC

moral Rights presents a much needed explanation of moral rights in the UK and around the world, offering detailed guidance on an area that is often overshadowed by "economic" copyright in the UK.

Explains the theory, origins and international development of moral rights

Presents a complete examination of moral rights in the UK, how the law can be used to protect them and what the pitfalls are

Examines moral rights in 19 of the key European and international jurisdictions, with each jurisdiction covered by a local copyright expert

Includes a table summarising moral rights in 162 countries

Looks at related rights such as publication rights, database rights, artist's resale rights and public lending rights

Deals with the latest issues surrounding digital copyright

Covers civil and criminal remedies (including under the Digital Economy Act 2010)

Provides critical analysis of the US and EU design protection regimes

Analyses EU law and the international treaties affecting UK copyright law

Examines moral rights in international conventions and treaties

Traces the origins and development of design protection

Reviews the significant case law from civil law jurisdictions

Looks ahead to the future for the design law

Reproduces important conventions, statutes and regulations for easy reference

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inTelleCTUal PRoPeRTY – CoPYRigHT & Designs

RUSSELL-CLARKE & HOWE ON INDUSTRIAL DESIGNS

CIPA GUIDE TO THE PATENTS ACTS

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LIBRARY

WoRlD CoPYRigHT laW

8TH eDiTion

4TH eDiTion

Chartered institute of Patent attorneys (C.i.P.a.)

martin Howe, QC

J.a.l. sterling

This leading text presents definitive analysis of all aspects of the law relating to the protection of industrial designs in the UK. It shows how to get the best from each of the five legal rights protecting design: UK registered designs, UK unregistered design right, artistic copyright, the Community registered design and the Community unregistered design right.

"An authoritative yet accessible survey of international and regional (particularly EU) copyright law... it is quite breathtaking in its scope." – International Media Law.

The CiPa guide to the Patents acts is the leading guide to patent legislation in the UK. Taking a clause-by-clause approach to all relevant patent legislation, it clearly explains the impact of each part of every Act. Case law is presented in detail, going through the implications of several thousand decisions.

Offers analytical, high level commentary, whilst maintaining a practice focused edge

Pays particular attention to the two European legal rights, covering case law and key developments since their creation in 2002

Covers practical topics such as infringements, remedies, legal proceedings, licensing and EU law and competition

Features a chapter on countries with registered designs law connected with UK law

Reproduces all the relevant sections of UK and EU legislation 978 1 847 03891 3 332861 £275.00/€350.00

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7TH eDiTion

World Copyright law provides a comprehensive guide to the whole field of national, international and regional copyright law, drawing together a huge range of material in one volume. It combines important reference materials with detailed discussion of the major features and trends in international copyright law. It enables the reader to compare easily the copyright protection in different parts of the world, understand current problems in the law, and assess the impact of modern technological developments in national, international and regional systems of protection.

A complete overview of world copyright law in one convenient volume

Sets out comparative summaries of international and regional standards of protection

Offers expert commentary on the key conventions, treaties and agreements

Refers to over 700 cases from more than 20 jurisdictions, with particular focus on cases of international interest

Provides extensive reference materials: international and regional instruments, reference list of national laws and supplementary material, and key historic documents

Examines recent developments associated with the internet, including peer-to-peer file sharing, social media and user generated content, piracy, orphan works and online libraries

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Incorporates the latest developments in the law, including the new rules for the Patent County Court

Considers areas with recent major developments, including novelty, inventive step, court procedure

Reviews over 3300 UK IP Office and Court and the EPO Appeal Board opinions

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EUROPEAN PATENT DECISIONS noam shemtov and florian leverve

principles. National, international and regional protection. Current issues and future prospects. International and regional standards of protection: comparative summaries. Authors. Owners of related rights. Owners of sui generis rights. Glossary of legal and technical terms. Reference Materials. International and regional instruments: membership, contracting parties and texts. Reference list of national laws and supplementary material. Historic documents. Additional reference materials. Bibliography.

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Includes a glossary of legal and technical copyright terms used around the world

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Provides full detail of the legislation supported by practical commentary and guidance on all aspects of UK patent law

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ConTenTs: Commentary. Background and basic

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european Patent Decisions contains a digest of the more important decisions of the European Patent Office. The relevant facts and questions of law in each decision are summarised clearly and concisely. Although the decisions are digested neutrally, many of them are followed by a separate section noting issues arising from the decision and a comments section containing the author's opinions on the legal effect of the decision.

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Includes a commentary section Narrative sections at the beginning of the work provide general advice on important points of European patent law

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ENCYCLOPEDIA OF UNITED KINGDOM AND EUROPEAN PATENT LAW

EUROPEAN PATENTS HANDBOOK 3 RELEASES A YEAR

2 RELEASES A YEAR

2 RELEASES A YEAR

Tim Roberts, Chartered institute of Patent attorneys (C.i.P.a.)

Philip Walters, Chartered institute of Patent attorneys (C.i.P.a.)

The encyclopedia of UK and european Patent law offers detailed commentary on practice and procedure in the litigation of both domestic and European patents in the UK.

The european Patents Handbook provides an authoritative account of how to obtain a European patent. No other publication comes close in providing such detailed and practical guidance on every aspect of the European patent procedure.

This Handbook provides detailed coverage of the procedures for international applications under the Patent Cooperation Treaty, plus the general principle of national stages. It includes introductory background material on the PCT, putting it into context in the overall picture of patent practice and assessing the commercial value of the procedure.

general editor: fiona Clark editors: Professor William Cornish, george Hamer and Tom moody-stuart

Provides complete coverage of the key issues of substantive patent law including the construction of the patent specification and infringement, validity and amendment

Examines the patentability of subject matter such as methods of medical treatment, computer software and business methods

Includes an outline the relevant international conventions, in particular, the Patent Co-operation Treaty, European Patent Convention and Community Patent Convention

Includes all the relevant UK primary and secondary legislation

Early chapters give a clear understanding of how the system works. To check a specific matter in detail there are chapters devoted to each particular aspect of practice and procedure Reproduces essential source material, arranged so that all items relating to a particular area are grouped together

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Provides a full commentary to the PCT without any bias towards national laws

Reproduces the treaty together with related regulations, administrative instructions and forms plus other conventions

Offers a clear explanation of the jurisdiction, priorities and procedures of the World Intellectual Property Organisation in relation to the PCT

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EUROPEAN PATENT OFFICE REPORTS

EUROPEAN PATENTS SOURCEFINDER

TERRELL ON THE LAW OF PATENTS

8 ISSUES A YEAR

2 releases a year

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LIBRARY

editor: Peter mclean Colley

Chartered institute of Patent attorneys (C.i.P.a.)

17TH eDiTion

european Patent office Reports provide lawyers and patent practitioners with a simple way of keeping up to date with the latest decisions from the European Patent Office. The reports are essential reading for anyone advising on patent protection.

An essential element of successfully handling European patents is locating and accessing the vast amount of material emanating from the European Patent Office, national courts and patent offices. The european Patents sourcefinder has been designed for exactly this purpose. It contains over 2,000 fully indexed references bearing on European Patent Convention Law, practice and procedure.

Richard miller, QC, guy Burkill, QC, His Honour Judge Birss, QC and Douglas Campbell

Frequently reporting decisions before the European Patent Office, the editorial provides analytical headnotes by specialist practitioners outlining the main points and decisions. A full text of the case is included, with implications of decisions not reported elsewhere. The Reports are essential reading for anyone practising in European Patent law. JURisDiCTion: European Union Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: 2013 Annual Subscription Prices UK Europe

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Has four indices to enable users to turn straight to the information needed: Subject Index, Article/Rule Index, Precedents Index, Decision Number Index Each entry includes a summary of the full text so that the reader can decide whether to pursue the original document

Terrell on the law of Patents is the acknowledged leader in the field of UK patent law and litigation practice. It contains detailed commentary on all aspects of the law, together with annotated materials, and a full assessment of substantive and procedural case law. It is regularly cited in the Patents Court, the PCC, and the higher courts.

Features new chapters dedicated to Entitlement, Supplementary Protection Certificates, and the Person Skilled in the Art

Contains extensively expanded discussion of Validity issues, including major chapters now separately dedicated to Novelty, Obviousness, and Insufficiency

Discusses all significant recent case law

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inTelleCTUal PRoPeRTY – TRaDe maRKs COMMUNITY TRADE MARK HANDBOOK 2 RELEASES A YEAR editors: imogen Wiseman, Jonathan Clegg and geoffrey smith, institute of Trade mark attorneys and Chartered institute of Patent attorneys (C.i.P.a.)

The increasing importance of decisions from the OHIM created a need for the Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys and the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys to join forces to produce this authoritative guide to the Community Trade Mark.

Offers the immediate authority of an 'official' ITMA/CIPA publication

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Updates and analyses all OHIM case law Written by professionals who have day-to-day dealings with OHIM

KERLY'S LAW OF TRADE MARKS AND TRADE NAMES

THE LAW OF PASSING-OFF: UNFAIR COMPETITION BY MISREPRESENTATION

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LIBRARY

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LIBRARY

15TH eDiTion

4TH eDiTion

James mellor, QC, David llewelyn, Tom moody-stuart, David Keeling and iona Berkeley

Professor Christopher Wadlow

Kerly is the most respected practitioner text on the law of trade marks and trade names. This new 15th edition provides comprehensive analysis of trade mark law in the UK and Europe, through a mix of commentary, case law and legislation.

The law of Passing off is the only specialist reference work on the common law torts of unfair competition by misrepresentation, namely passing-off and injurious falsehood.

Renowned for incisive, in-depth analysis of UK and Commonwealth case law

Gives a truly European perspective as well as a detailed guide to UK trade mark law

Discusses goodwill, damage and misrepresentation

Explains recent cases in detail, including Intel, L'Oreal v Bellure, Whirlpool, Lindt, Cipriani and Budweiser as well as the Adwords cases

Examines the various forms of misrepresentation

Provides commentary and advice on OHIM practice

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Deals with malicious falsehood

Offers practical guidance on practice and processes

Covers the latest legislation, including the updated Trade Mark Directive

Deals with remedies and enforcement

Looseleaf format allows regular updating on the latest developments

Includes new chapters on Defences, Evidence, and on the Olympics

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Examines developments in the Community Trade Mark and Madrid systems

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EUROPEAN TRADE MARK REPORTS

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12 ISSUES A YEAR editor: Dr Jeremy Phillips assistant editor: Kate manning

Sweet & Maxwell's european Trade mark Reports (ETMR) provide timely reports of all important OHIM and relevant General Court and CJEU trade mark decisions. All reports include succinct headnotes detailing the key points of the judgments. Coverage by a network of correspondents from across the Community provides similarly headnoted decisions from CTM designated courts in Member States, as well as trade mark judgments of interest from domestic courts.

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PRACTITIONER'S MANUAL FOR TRADE MARK PROSECUTION AND LITIGATION IN THE EU Dr felix Hauck

This work brings together in one place all the practical information needed for obtaining and enforcing trademark rights in the EU. Setting out the information country by country for the 13 most important EU Member States and the EU, it provides quick, clear reference.

Goes through the procedure for obtaining a Community Trademark and enforcing it at EU and national level

Outlines the proceedings for a trademark application in each of the national registering offices

Goes through the options for enforcing trademark claims in court and out of court in each country

Looks at prosecution and litigation strategies, including forum shopping

Discussess 60 key judgments of the European Court of Justice in this area

Includes a wealth of practical information, including costs, scope of examinations, timescales and remedies in case of refusal

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Goes through the defences available under European and national law

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THE TRADE MARK HANDBOOK 2 RELEASES A YEAR editors: mark Hiddleston, manish Joshi and Terry Johnson, Chartered institute of Patent attorneys (C.i.P.a.), institute of Trade mark attorneys

Companies regard trade marks as being amongst their most valuable assets, and need to ensure they are fully protected. The Trade mark Handbook provides a detailed description of the law and practice relating to trademarks.

Describes in detail how to register and protect a trade mark, and explains such key issues as renewal and restoration, licensing copyright and trade marks and competition law

Provides coverage of the European Community Trade Mark

Contains coverage of all the relevant statutes and treaties

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Sets out court procedures Provides guidance on how to use a trade mark successfully

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TRADE MARKS, TRADE NAMES AND UNFAIR COMPETITION

INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW AND REGULATION

WORLD LAW AND PRACTICE

international Trade law and Regulation provides a regular update on developments in trade law that have a direct impact on the conduct of commercial activity.

3 RELEASES A YEAR John R olsen, Professor spyros m maniatis and Cristina garrigues

This is a definitive guide to the law and practice of trade mark applications, registration and enforcement in some 200 jurisdictions worldwide. Each country is covered in an identical format, so that all the key issues are dealt with in a consistent and easily accessible way.

Explains the legislation and procedure for trade mark registration and protection, and what to do to challenge infringement and seek redress At-a-glance table showing over 30 key aspects of trade mark law and practice for each country

4 ISSUES A YEAR

The international news section provides reports from both individual jurisdictions as well as the WTO, EU/EEA institutions, NAFTA and other trading blocks

Articles explore recent issues in trade law including the ASEAN Charter, EU merger control, and EU customs procedures

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TRADE MARKS IN EUROPE: A PRACTICAL JURISPRUDENCE

TRADE MARKS, TRADE NAMES AND UNFAIR COMPETITION CD-ROM

SCHMITTHOFF: THE LAW AND PRACTICE OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Professor spyros m maniatis and Dimitris Botis

3 RELEASES A YEAR

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Trade marks in europe: a Practical Jurisprudence provides a comprehensive analysis of the trade mark case law of the European Court of Justice, and explains the principles driving these decisions. It traces the evolution of European trade mark law from its early days to the current fully developed multi-tiered European system of protection.

John R olsen, Professor spyros m maniatis and Cristina garrigues

Carole murray, David Holloway and Daren Timson-Hunt

This CD-ROM provides 100% coverage of the material in the paper version of this title, covering some 200 jurisdictions. The treatment of each follows the same format, with up-todate details of the process and procedures of trade mark registration, regulation and protection.

Acknowledged as one of the leading books in its field, schmitthoff is an encyclopedic reference work for students and practitioners seeking broad, in-depth coverage of international trade law.

2nD eDiTion

Shows how to interpret European trade mark law by examining key case law

Analyses significant recent cases such as the Adwords and Budweiser decisions

Explains the development of European trade mark law so recent trends are clear for client use

Makes comparisons with the jurisprudence of the US Supreme Court

Highlights areas of controversy

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Instant access to trade mark information – sophisticated search software provides the information required instantly Search by topic and subject, country, group of countries or region

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Examines the sale of goods, finance and transportation of exports, insurance, customs law and long-term contracts

Deals with international commercial dispute resolution, including arbitration law and practice

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Covers competition law

Discusses recent UK and international case law, and international treaties

Includes chapters on public international and regulatory law, including coverage of the World Trade Organisation

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lanD & PRoPeRTY BARNSLEY'S LAND OPTIONS

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moDeRn gaTT laW

NEW EDITION

A TREATISE ON THE GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TARIFFS AND TRADE

PROPERTY AND CONVEYANCING LIBRARY

EU ANTI-SUBSIDY LAW & PRACTICE

5TH eDiTion martin Dray, adam Rosenthal and Christopher groves

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Kostantinos adamantopoulos and maria Pereyra-friedrichsen

Professor Raj Bhala

"A truly impressive work of scholarship" – Patrick Macrory, International Law Institute, Washington DC, of the 1st edition "Will be the standard reference for years to come" – Professor Kevin Kennedy, Michigan State University College of Law, of the 1st edition modern gaTT law provides comprehensive, Article-by-Article analysis of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT). It explains thoroughly the provisions of the Agreement, together with detailed examination of the case law based on it. For each Article it examines the relevant business issues, explains the meaning of the Article, discusses all interpretative and adjudicatory decisions, and explores alternative theoretical underpinnings.

Provides one-stop reference for interpreting GATT

Explains the legal, economic, business and political aspects of each provision of GATT

Analyses every Article, and every interpretive note to GATT, as well as the WTO understandings on the various GATT Articles

Highlights grey areas, conflicts between Articles and unresolved problems, clarifying the points at issue

Goes in detail through the case law that has arisen since the inception of GATT

Incorporates important new WTO cases, such as the Brazil Retreaded Tires and China auto parts cases

Considers important recent antidumping cases

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Looks at the impact of the Doha Round Introduces important new legal research on trade and cultural products, on waivers, and on trade and morality

JURisDiCTion: European Union Nov-2007 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback

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Barnsley's land options gives comprehensive guidance on all aspects of options relating to land. Dealing with options in both commercial and residential land, it covers the entire range of options, including options to buy, to pre-emption, to renew a lease, to determine a lease and options granted by will.

EU TRADE BARRIER REGULATION

Goes through the creation, assignment and exercise of options

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Advises on both the obligations of the option grantor and the rights of the option holder

Sets out remedies for breach of an option agreement

Offers solutions to problems that often arise in practice

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Covers options and tax

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Features a chapter on options and insolvency

Dr Robert m maclean JURisDiCTion: European Union, International Dec-2005 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Paperback

978 0 421 91920 4 106177 £180.00/€229.00

Supplies model clauses, specimen letters and precedents Examines the implications of important recent case law

JURisDiCTion: England & Wales Apr-2009 Sweet & Maxwell Product ID: Hardback, 534 pp

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BOUNDARIES AND EASEMENTS 5TH eDiTion Colin sara

Boundaries and easements is renowned for its highly practical guidance on all aspects of the law, practice and procedure surrounding these two areas of property law. This edition contains all the material a practitioner needs to conduct an action involving a boundary dispute or an easement claim, including coverage of case preparation, procedural steps and remedies peculiar to this kind of litigation.

Discusses the types of dispute actually encountered by practitioners

Deals with the latest controversies about country-of-origin marks and about food security

Offers remedies for the most likely scenarios, and suggests solutions for more uncommon situations

ConTenTs: Non Discrimination Obligations;

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Includes a range of precedents

Takes account of important new case law into almost every section, including adverse possession and human rights, highways, proprietary estoppel, water boundaries, oil rights, parking, wayleaves and profits à prendre