New publication: Diritto e prassi del Commercio internazionale
EIUC is pleased to announce the volume Diritto e prassi del Commercio internazionale
by Marrella Fabrizio , Galgano Francesco
Cedam, 2010. XLVIII-956.
The problems affecting cross-border transactions from a legal standpoint as well as arbitration have boomed in the last years. This book is the first systematic and accurate analysis (in Italian) of International Business Law updated to the most important reforms in the European Union such as: the Lisbon Treaty; Regulation Rome I on the law applicable to contractual obligations and Regulation Rome II on the law applicable to non contractual obligations. New competences for international trade negotiations have been attributed by Member States to the EU. Moreover, an entirely new choice of law regime has been introduced in the European Union affecting world international contracts and transnational arbitration. In addition, new instruments have been generated from the business side such as the new UCP 600 (the Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits, i.e. a set of rules on the issuance and use of letters of credit utilised by bankers and commercial parties in more than 175 countries in trade finance).
Beautifully written by two renown Authors in the field, the purpose of this work is to closely examine actors and sources of International Commercial Law with particular reference to intersections between Business and Human Rights.