“Commercial and Economic Law in Denmark” provides a practical analysis of the law covering merchants’ status and obligations in Denmark. It offers a quick and easy guidance on commercial and economic matters such as business assets, negotiable instruments, and commercial securities. Lawyers who handle transnational business will appreciate the explanation of local variations in terminology and the distinctive concepts that determine practice and procedure.
Starting with a general description of the specifically applicable concepts and sources of commercial law, the book goes on to discuss factors such as obligations of economic operators and institutions, goodwill, and bankruptcy. The discussion of economic law covers the supervision of economic activities, competition law, and government taxation incentives. Readers who are unfamiliar with specific terms and concepts in varying contexts will be able to fully grasp their meaning and significance.
The volume is a valuable tool for all business executives and their legal counsel with international interests. Lawyers representing parties with interests in Denmark will welcome this very useful guide, and academics and researchers will appreciate its value in the study of comparative commercial and economic law.
Co-published with Wolters Kluwer Law & Business.