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Studies of Business Law – Recent Developments and Perspectives

Contributions to the International Conference "Perspectives of Business Law in the Third Millennium</I>, November 2, 2012, Bucharest

Edited By Catalin-Silviu Sararu

This volume contains the scientific papers presented at the 2 nd International Conference Perspectives of Business Law in the Third Millennium that was held on November 2, 2012 at Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania. The scientific studies included in this volume are grouped into three chapters: Recent developments and perspectives in the regulation of business law at European Union level; Transposition of European Union directives into national law; Recent developments and perspectives in the regulation of international business law. The present volume is addressed to practitioners and researchers in juridical sciences, who are interested in recent developments and prospects for development in the field of business law at European and international level.

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Editor PhD Cătălin-Silviu SĂRARU Law Department, Bucharest University of Economic Studies This volume contains the scientific papers presented at the Second International Conference "Perspectives of Business Law in the Third Millennium" that was held on 2 November 2012 at Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Roma- nia. The conference is organized each year by the Department of Law at Bucha- rest University of Economic Studies together with the Society of Juridical and Administrative Sciences. More information about the conference can be found on the official website: www.businesslawconference.ro. The scientific studies included in this volume are grouped into three chap- ters: • Recent developments and perspectives in the regulation of business law at European Union level. The papers in this section refer to specific procedures for the adoption of regulations by the EU institutions, utility of the European company (Societas Europaea - SE); principles governing public procurement procedures, state aids that are incompatible with the internal market of the European Union, and combating discrimination at the workplace. • Transposition of European Union directives into national law. The papers in this chapter provide a comparative view of various aspects of business law: the criminal liability of legal persons, protection against discrimination in a business environment, fiscal measures implemented during the crisis, sanc- tioning unfair contract terms, the role of European Works Councils; electron- ic money, combating late payments in commercial transactions, and transpos- ing regulatory requirements into national law. • Recent developments and perspectives in the regulation of international busi- ness law. This...

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