E-commerce in the world.Aspects of comparative Law

Sous la direction de Jean-Pierre Van Custsem, d'Arnaud Viggria et d'Olivier Guth.

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65,90 €
  • : Bruylant
  • : 10/2003
  • : 978-2-8027-1798-0
  • : Anglais
332 pages
Résumé

Résumé

The International Grouping of Lawyers (IGL) is a grouping of law firms formed to promote international legal services to commercial and private clients with buisness outside their country of origin.

The IGL was set up in 1980, and now comprises nearly 50 law firms in over 35 countries world-wide, and with a core objective of expanding further.

The IGL has developed into a leading network by offering legal services to companies and individuals with international activities, and offers expert and personnal assistance to reduce the obstacles in doing buisness in a foreign environment and at a distance.

The members have extensive international experience, and are sensitive to the special needs of clients who come from a foreign country.

The IGL concept has been developed for twenty-five years with the emphasis on quality, communication and collaboration.

Members firms regualary issue news briefings and publications, as well as advise useful links, for the benefit of their clients and connections.



Caractéristiques
ISBN13 978-2-8027-1798-0
EAN 9782802717980
Titre E-commerce in the world.Aspects of comparative Law
Sous-titre Sous la direction de Jean-Pierre Van Custsem, d'Arnaud Viggria et d'Olivier Guth.
Date de parution 10/2003
Nombre de pages 332
Type d'ouvrage Autres documents
Support Livre
Langue Anglais
Editeur / Collection / Sous-collection Bruylant
ISBN10 2-8027-1798-7
Format Papier
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