Taking a text, cases and materials approach, de Luca's successful textbook remains the only offering for students of European company law, and has been thoroughly updated in this new edition. Chapters have been expanded to cover the latest legislation and directives on cross-border mergers, the use of digital tools, and cross-border insolvency, while figures and graphs have been introduced to help illustrate complex processes and relationships. Clearly differentiated explanatory textboxes from the first edition have been revised, and allow students to quickly identify sources such as EU legislation, official documents and excerpts from scholarly papers. The book explores a diverse range of topics, from what European company law is, to the structure of the Societas Europaea Statute, capital markets and takeover law. It continues to be an essential resource for the growing number of graduate courses in European company law, European business law, and comparative corporate law.
'This is an excellent and illuminating text, cases and materials book on European Company Law. The careful selection of extracts from bibliography, case law, legislation and other materials as well as the author's insightful analysis and explanatory comments assist the reader in understanding clearly and in-depth some intriguing areas of European company law. A real strength of this textbook is its comprehensive and profound analysis of the most important areas of European company law. Apart from an excellent textbook addressed to both undergraduate and postgraduate students, this book is an invaluable reading for academics, practitioners and policy makers. It is a highly recommended textbook constituting a reliable resource on European Company Law.' Thomas Papadopoulos, University of Cyprus
de Luca, Nicola
Nicola de Luca is Full Professor of Law at Vanvitelli University, Naples and Luiss Guido Carli, Rome. His research and teaching interests include company law, insurance law, mergers and acquisitions, shareholders' relations and comparative corporate governance. He has previously been a visiting scholar at Yale University, the University of Heidelberg and Goethe University of Frankfurt. He has authored four monographs, a handbook on company law, a treatise, and numerous articles and case notes.
VerlagCambridge University Press
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