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International Business Transactions, Second Edition View Table of Contents and Introductory Material
ISBN978-1-5310-0567-2
e-ISBN978-1-5310-0568-9
International Business Transactions: Text, Cases, and Materials, Second Edition

International Business Transactions

Text, Cases, and Materials

Second Edition

$215.00 1168 pp casebound

Tags: Business/Finance Law, International Business, International Finance, International Law

2020 Teacher's Manual forthcoming

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This second edition offers an innovative combination of textbook and casebook focusing on the practice of IBT law. The book contains important cases, dozens of model contracts, checklists for the analysis of complex problems, and flow charts for decision-making procedures. There are updated chapters covering contracts for the international sale of goods and services under CISG, UCC, and other contract laws; letters of credit, documentary collection, and other payment arrangements; shipping; insurance contracts; and transnational litigation and international commercial arbitration, for the enforcement of rights and obligations. 

“Professor Emmert’s magisterial new work, International Business Transactions, represents, in the range and depth of its coverage, and in the rigour and perception of its analysis, the most complete exposition of the law, practice, and procedure in the area. The most remarkable thing about this book is that it is clear, direct, and accessible.”​—Datuk Professor Sundra Rajoo, international lawyer and arbitrator, Kuala Lumpur; former president of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London

"This book represents a breakthrough for the teaching of international business transactions. Frank Emmert has performed the nearly impossible task of covering this subject in great detail, while keeping the work exceptionally user-friendly. It will be the 'go to' book for the teaching and learning of IBT."—George A. Bermann, Gellhorn Professor of Law and Jean Monnet Professor of European Union Law; Director, Center for International Commercial and Investment Arbitration (CICIA); Co-Director, European Legal Studies Center at Columbia University School of Law


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