This book provides a comprehensive review of major legal problems affecting the processes of takeover of publicly listed companies with particular emphasis on EU, Polish and German law. Acquisitions are seen through the lens of two relevant EU Treaty freedoms: free movement of capital and freedom of establishment and the 13th (Takeover) Directive. The Book contains an in-depth review of the relevant case law of the Court of Justice. The authors discuss the limits of inclusion into shareholders’ autonomy by transnational rules. They also look at breakthrough and neutrality rules stemming from the Takeover Directive. The extensive economic analysis serves as background to a legal-dogmatic research. The authors discuss the phenomenon of so-called «national champions» and its role in economies and societies of emerging markets.
Frankfurt am Main, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Warszawa, Wien, 2017. 200 pp., 1 b/w table
A comprehensive review of major legal problems affecting the processes of takeover – Publicly listed companies – Particular
emphasis on EU, Polish and German law – Acquisitions relevant to EU Treaty freedoms: free movement of capital and freedom
of establishment and 13th Directive – Extensive economic analysis – Legal-dogmatic research.