The UK and EMEA Corporate Counsel Handbook (eBook)
Published: January 2020
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
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The UK and EMEA Corporate Counsel Handbook is a unique and invaluable aid to corporate counsel, and other legal advisors, to guide corporate response and decision making, presented with ease of accessibility and a practical, pragmatic focus. It is a first port of call for those charged with advising their key business leaders on difficult and disputed legal issues that engage and tax the board room.
It presents the legal considerations implicit in the business functional areas common to commercial practice, be it sales, productions, marketing, human resources, finance and accounting etc, and additionally explores some of the following topics that are typically top of corporate counsel agenda:
- Commercial Contracting, with particular emphasis on the risks of Agency and Distribution arrangements in EMEA
- Regulatory and Legal Compliance considerations across EMEA
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Managerial Issues
- Product compliance
It also includes helpful chapters on the topics of Company Secretariat obligations, geopolitical legal considerations in EMEA and the emerging field of Islamic commercial and legal interface with local law.