This book would be of particular interest for lawyers advising on banking and credit law encountering during their work with international contracts, as well as for arbitrazh courts’ judges dealing with disputes arising from such contracts. The conclusions made in this book and suggestions given are based on the author’s 20 years of practical experience in dealing with loan agreements subject to English law which can be used as means of improving the current Russian civil law, as well as a guide book for law students studying civil and commercial law of foreign countries and banking law.
The book discusses key aspects of Russian business law, providing an overview of the legislation: corporate, employment, foreign investment, antimonopoly law, litigation, arbitration and tax, as well as concentrating on practical areas of the law and analyzing recent findings from court cases. Along with descriptions of the major fields within Russian business law authors of the book emphasize the legislative regulation of specific business areas, including mining, banking and insurance, telecommunication, pharmaceutical, construction, retail, and others.
The book is written by Lidings’ lawyers and published by Aspatore books, a Thomson Reuters.