Law Over Borders Comparative Guides

The Law Over Borders comparative guides provide essential information on law and legal practice across the world. They are available in print, as pdfs, and online in an easy-to-use digital format that allows readers to quickly compare the legal frameworks of different jurisdictions.

If you are a leading expert in your jurisdiction and would like to discuss either editing or contributing to a guide please contact our series editor, Mary Heaney. Email maryheaney@globalcitymedia.com or call +44 (0) 7772 563 409.

Commercial Litigation and Cross-border Enforcement

The Commercial Litigation and Cross-border Enforcement Law Over Borders Comparative Guide provides a highly practical and up-to-date overview of the litigation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution landscape in some of the key international dispute resolution jurisdictions. Written by expert dispute resolution practitioners, the guide covers the key aspects of the civil justice system, procedural issues and how arbitration fits into the wider dispute resolution framework of each jurisdiction. Recognising the commercial reasons why litigants will resort to a formal dispute resolution process, the guide focuses in particular on the enforcement of judgments and awards and the practical and legal obstacles which a party may face when seeking to convert a court or tribunal decision into money. Above all, the information contained in this guide is intended to be accessible and actionable, providing an invaluable resource for anyone looking to navigate the intricacies of the practice of international dispute resolution. | 5mos

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Anti-counterfeiting

Anti-counterfeiting is a practical and comprehensive guide providing answers and insight into how businesses can protect their brands from counterfeiting and the grey market. Legal experts outline the relevant law and enforcement measures in key jurisdictions around the world while industry experts provide advice about cross-border management and engaging with relevant authorities. In addition, the book outlines anti-counterfeiting issues relating to e-sports and emerging techniques utilizing current open source intelligence. | 1yr

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Arbitration

Arbitration Law Over Borders Comparative Guide provides a comprehensive understanding of the current complexities of international arbitration across 16 jurisdictions. Written by expert practitioners, the guide covers all the key aspects of the arbitral process, including the requirements for validity of arbitral agreements, rules concerning the constitution of the arbitral tribunal, and available measures from local courts to assist the arbitral proceeding. It also provides detailed information on general procedural minimum requirements, rules for the validity of awards, availability of post-award proceedings, and enforcement of foreign awards, as well as applicable professional and ethical rules, and the approaches on third-party funding in each jurisdiction. This guide is an invaluable resource for anyone looking to navigate the intricacies of the practice of international arbitration. | 10mos

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Artificial Intelligence

This first edition, written by leading AI legal specialists, provides answers and insight on how to integrate Artificial Intelligence into business operations, whilst working within the relevant law and guidelines in key jurisdictions around the world. It also provides horizon-scanning guidance on how national AI laws and regulations are likely to develop in the future. | 1yr

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Environmental, Social & Governance

This first edition, written by leading ESG legal specialists, provides an up-to-date jurisdictional comparison of the latest legal and regulatory developments, enforcement and litigation trends, and policy and non-legal drivers of the major ESG developments impacting businesses around the world. | 11mos

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Family Asset Protection: Divorce, Finance and the Media

This first edition, written by leading family law and contentious trusts specialists from around the world, provides a highly practical and up-to-date jurisdictional comparison focusing on family asset protection issues in a divorce context on the topics of trusts, pre- and postnuptial agreements, financial disclosure, financial orders, enforcement and, uniquely in any international comparative guide, the extent to which the media can access private financial documentation and information disclosed in family proceedings and generally report on family law cases. | 9mos

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Fashion Law

Fashion Law is a comparative guide providing answers and insight into the law around the business of fashion in 18 jurisdictions around the world. Our experts provide guidance on areas such as the effective legal protection of brands, the rules around e-commerce and marketing as well as how to navigate sustainability guidelines. | 2yrs

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Luxury Law

Luxury Law is a comprehensive guide providing answers and insight into how luxury businesses can protect their brands in a range of jurisdictions. Written by experts, topics include the protection of intellectual property using trademark, copyright or design, privacy, product placement and the protection of corporate image and reputation. | 2yrs

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Private Client

This first edition, written by leading Private Client legal specialists from around the world, provides a highly practical, up-to-date jurisdictional comparison of the latest tax and non-tax developments for the private client profession in the areas of tax, estate and personal planning, administration of planning structures and litigation as well as controversy involving high net worth families and their structuring. | 1yr

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The New World of Foreign Direct Investment

Historic attitudes favouring globalisation are fundamentally changing. This trend will directly impact future foreign direct investment transactions as nations place higher priorities on protecting their own national security interests. This book offers practical advice and guidance from highly respected international law firms about what foreign investors can expect to encounter when investing in key jurisdictions. | 10mos

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Forthcoming Guides

  • Cryptoassets
  • Enterprise Digital Transformation
  • Media, Entertainment and Sport
  • White Collar Crime


 

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