2018 • $110.00 • 960 pp • paperTeacher's Manual available
This text, completely updated from the third edition, provides students and practitioners of international business law with a clear “story line” that addresses key transactions-oriented questions facing international lawyers as they advise clients on a broad range of cross-border business issues. The structure to the text of Global Business Law reflects the typical progression of business organizations in “going international”: from transnational sales to licensing of production abroad (and international franchising), and then foreign direct investment.
This structure, organized in a clear narrative that is replete with illustrations, citations to authority, detailed analysis, and references to geopolitical context, yields a text that can be used not only for students wishing to gain a close familiarity with the subject for the first time, but also for practitioners who want clear answers and guidance, not just questions and readings.
If you are a professor teaching in this field you may request a complimentary copy.