Language : English
Published : 2017
Pages : 320
Singapore Employment Law
This new edition of International Trade Law Statutes and Conventions presents all the key legislation for international trade law in one student-friendly volume. Developed in response to feedback from lecturers and students, this book is: * Up-to-date with the law: this book provides a fully current and comprehensive collection of legislation * Tailored to course outlines: content has been curated to align with international trade law courses * Exam friendly: conforming to regulations, this is an un-annotated text that is suitable for exam use * Easy to use: a clear and attractive text design, detailed table of contents and multiple indices provides ease of reference and navigation Ideal for course and exam use, as well as for reference, this book is a perfect companion resource to student learning and exam success.
About the Author
INDIRA CARR Professor of Law, University of Surrey MIRIAM GOLDBY Lecturer in Insurance and Commercial Law, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London
This is the first textbook on Singapore contract law that is written for a local audience. It offers a comprehensive and structured discussion of all aspects of Singapore contract law. The book also draws, wherever applicable, on a salient decisions from other Commonwealth jurisdictions (particularly with regard to areas of Singapore contract law that are not well-settled or which may benefit from comparative contract jurisprudence). In additional, the book contains reference to relevant secondary literature as well as suggestions for reform, where applicable and necessary.
Given its comprehensive treatment of Singapore contract as well as its reference to a wide range of comparative material, this book will be useful not only local practitioners and students but also to practitioners and students from other common law jurisdictions.
Now in its 9th Edition this proven textbook provides a comprehensive yet concise introduction to Business Law, including Contract Law, Tort Law, Commercial Law and Employment Law. The aim is to explain Business Law in a straightforward and accessible way. “Business Law 9e” is fully up to date and includes coverage of the most recent legislation concerning corporate manslaughter, compensation, equality, flexible working and misleading marketing. The Companies Act 2006 is given full and comprehensive coverage. Recent European legislation on unfair business practices, equal treatment and consumer protection is included. Current case law is thoroughly reviewed and throughout the text hundreds of cases are referenced and described. “Business Law 9e” is ideal for use on undergraduate Business Law modules taken by business studies, accounting, marketing, design and technology, health studies and food science and other non-law students. It covers the business law syllabus requirements of many professional and examination bodies such as the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators and the Institute of Personnel Development. It is also suitable for the GNVQ Business Law option.
Richard Whish and David Bailey’s Competition Law is the definitive textbook on this subject. The authors’ authoritative treatment of the area is matched by a lively and easy-to-follow writing style, making this book an indispensable resource for undergraduate and postgraduate law and economics students, as well as for practitioners and officials involved in competition law. Explaining the economic context within which competition law operates in the UK, EU and internationally, the authors look at the constituent parts of the law and analyze how they affect commercial phenomena. Key aspects are examined in detail, including mergers, horizontal and vertical agreements, the Abuse of Dominance, Intellectual Property and the obligations of Member States under the EC. The book also scrutinizes fundamental Acts and Articles – Competition Act 1998; Enterprise Act 2002; Articles 101 and 102 – providing readers with context, consequences and an overview of how these are applied in practice. Online Resource Centre The Online Resource Centre that accompanies this edition of the book contains an author video podcasts, articles from the authors, useful web links, and extended versions of the tables in the text. This book is essential reading for students, practitioners and officials seeking a respected, reliable, intelligent and critical approach to competition law.