Author: Niels Schiersing
Edition: 1st (3 June 2020)
Pages: 324 Hardcover
Price: DKK 1,245 incl. VAT
(DKK 996 excl. VAT | EUR 135 excl. VAT)
This book covers substantive and procedural issues regarding ‘earn-out’ provisions, i.e. purchase price adjustments based on the performance of the business (‘the target’) after the consummation of the transaction.
Earn-out clauses often give rise to disputes between the buyer and the seller, and this book provides a reference to and an analysis of case law from a number of major business jurisdictions, including Delaware, New York, England, Australia and New Zealand.
Niels Schiersing is qualified as both an advocate (Denmark) and a solicitor (England & Wales). He specialises in contract law and focuses his practice on serving as arbitrator in commercial arbitrations across several continents.
GDPR Compliance – Understanding the General Data Protection Regulation
Authors: Jan Trzaskowski & Max Gersvang Sørensen
Ediyion: 1st (4 September 2019)
Pages: 448 Hardcover
Prce: DKK 450 incl. VAT (DKK 360 excl. VAT)
The processing of personal data plays an increasingly important role in our modern information society. This book guides the reader through the legal framework, including case law, concerning the processing of personal data in the European Union and provides relevant tools to ensure compliance in businesses. The book is up-to-date as of July 2019, and it includes the text of the General Data Protection Regulation for easy access and annotation.
Jan Trzaskowski is professor of IT- and market law at Copenhagen Business School. Max Gersvang Sørensen is lawyer (H) at LIGA Law Firm. Max has significant experience with the implementation of personal data strategies.
Perspectives on Energy Law: Denmark and Beyond
Author: Anita Rønne; redigeret af Beatriz Martinez Romera, Cătălin-Gabriel Stănescu & Martha Roggenkamp
Edition: 1st (24 May 2019)
Pages: 244 Hardcover
Price: DKK 495 incl. VAT (DKK 396 excl. VAT)
Perspectives on Energy Law contains some of the key legal writings of Associate Professor Anita Rønne, from 1985 to 2018. The book emerges from a deep sense of respect and appreciation for Anita, who was a dear friend and colleague, and aims to be a tribute to her contribution to the development of the Energy Law field.
Where Do We Stand on Discounts? – A Nordic Perspective
Authors: Christian Bergqvist (ed.), Vladimir Bastidas, Henrik Ballebye Okholm, Torben Thorø Pedersen & Eirik Østerud
Edition 1st (14 December 2017)
Pages: 208 Hardcover
Price: DKK 395 incl. VAT (DKK 316 excl. VAT)
Dominant undertakings’ ability, under competition law, to award discounts and other loyalty inducing considerations are subject to much ambiguity and unsettled issues. Despite discounts being a commercial requirement, even for the dominant undertaking, it is difficult to draw up clear principles. And while the approach to non-dominant undertakings restriction of competition has been fundamentally recast over the last 20 years, the appraisal of single company behaviour remains more formal and rigid. However, recently there have been indications that some of the same leniency might have been extended to discounts and unilateral behaviour and in particular the 2017 Court of Justice ruling in Intel has reopened the discussions. The objective of this book is to provide guidance on the matter under EU and Nordic competition law and to align these with economic theory.
Internationalisation of Law in the Digital Information Society: Nordic Yearbook of Law and Informatics 2010–2012
Authors: Dan Jerker B. Svantesson & Stanley Greenstein (editors) et al.
Edition: 1st (14 June 2013)
Pages: 384 Hardback
Price: DKK 395 (DKK 316 excl. VAT)
Internationalisation of Law in the Digital Information Society covers the theme: 'Internationalisation of law in the digital information society', with the following sub-themes: 1) Data protection in global networks, 2) Evolving systems for solving conflict of laws on the Internet, and 3) Visualisation of law.
This series of yearbooks has been published since 1984.
Helena Jäderblom: Opening of the XXVII Nordic Conference on Law and IT
Peter Blume: An Evolving New European Framework for Data Protection
Inger Marie Sunde: Enforcing Legal Protection Against Online Violation of Privacy
Lee Bygrave: Data Protection vs. Copyright
Cecilia Magnusson Sjöberg: Administrative Data Protection in Global Networks
Giovanni Sartor: Provider’s Liability and the Right to Be Forgotten
Ahti Saarenpää: The Debtor Identity—Perspectives on Collecting Credit Information and Regulating its Use
Michael Bogdan: Website Accessibility as Basis for Jurisdiction Under the Brussels I Regulation in View of New Case Law of the ECJ
Ulf Maunsbach: Jurisdiction in Relation to Online Cross-Border Infringements: the Code and the Law
Dan Jerker B. Svantesson: On-line Cross-Border Defamation Disputes
Innocent Mgeta: Visualisation of Law: Tanzanian Perspective
Colette R. Brunschwig: Law Is Not or Must Not Be Just Verbal and Visual in the 21st Century: Toward Multisensory Law
Helena Haapio: Visualising Contracts for Better Business
Tobias Mahler: A Graphical User-Interface for Legal Texts?
Liane Colonna: Data Mining and the Need for Semantic Management
Darren Read: Net Neutrality and Regulation
Aleksander Wiatrowski: The ‘Dominance’ in Abuses of Dominant Companies: More Than Super Dominant
Kevin McGillivray: Cloud Computing and Contracts
Ubena John: The Role of Legislative Techniques in ICT Regulation
International Contracts: the UNIDROIT Principles as an alternative to clauses on governing law
Author: Erik Werlauff
Edition: 1st (30 January 2013)
Pages: 208 Hardback
Price: DKK 295 (DKK 236 excl. VAT)
Why is This Book Relevant to You?
When enterprises in different countries enter into an agreement with each other, there is always the question of governing law. This book is about choosing the UNIDROIT Principles! This solution is so good, and so comprehensible to everyone, that you do not have to start with suggesting your own country’s law, thereby starting the inevitable discussion. You can go directly to the best and most balanced solution. These principles are the common denominator for all our countries’ law, and they can be learned in some hours. Everyone will understand them.
This book can be read without the Principles at hand, but the best result is of course achieved when you can immediately consult them. Therefore, the Principles are reproduced in this book with the kind consent of UNIDROIT.
Fair Taxation and Corporate Social Responsibility
Authors: Karina Kim Egholm Elgaard, Rasmus Kristian Feldthusen, Axel Hilling & Matti Kukkonen (eds) et al.
Edition: 1st (27 November 2019)
Pages: 272 Hardcover
Price: DKK 395 incl. VAT (DKK 316 excl. VAT)
Taxation and CSR is becoming an ever-important concept among multinational enterprises (MNEs), but its meaning and its impact on corporations and societies are still uncertain. Despite the lack of common understanding of the meaning of responsible tax behaviour, the concept of ‘responsible tax behaviour among MNEs’ is materialising as one of the main pillars of CSR.
In this anthology, internationally renowned researchers and specialists grapple with and explore relevant themes within: Taxation and CSR in Perspectives, Taxation and CSR in Practice and CSR and Taxation in Regulation. This book delivers new insight and knowledge on this important and ever-developing topic.
The anthology is the keystone of an international conference on Fair Taxation and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) held at the University of Copenhagen in 2018 organised jointly by the University of Copenhagen, Lund University and Hanken School of Economics Helsinki.
Copyright, to be or not to be
Authors: Jørgen Blomqvist (ed.) et al.
Edition: 1st (4 June 2019)
Pages: 356 Hardcover
Price: DKK 695 incl. VAT (DKK 556 excl. VAT)
This book contains the papers presented at the ALAI Congress in Copenhagen on May 18–19, 2017. Today, the protection of copyright and related rights is as controversial as ever before. It reaches into our everyday activities on the internet and is by many seen as an impediment to the free flow of information, culture and entertainment.
The Congress examined in depth not only why this protection came about, but in particular also which role it plays in modern society. Some of the leading experts in the world discussed the issues under the following headings: the traditional justifications for copyright and related rights; economic aspects of copyright and related rights; individual and collective licensing as a means of improving the functioning and acceptance of copyright and related rights; and general tendencies and future developments.
The general reports, which are based on questionnaires from a large number of ALAI’s national groups, are published in English, French and Spanish, whereas other papers are published in one of these languages, as it was presented.
Introduction to EU Internet Law, 2nd edition
Authors: Jan Trzaskowski, Andrej Savin, Patrik Lindskoug & Björn Lundqvist
Edition: 2nd (6 September 2018)
Pages: 400 Hardback
Price: DKK 450 incl. VAT (DKK 360 excl. VAT)
Introduction to EU Internet Law provides a thorough introduction to the parts of European Union law that are particularly relevant to the Internet, including electronic commerce. In the 10 chapters legal topics are introduced, analysed, discussed and applied to the activities on or relating to the Internet.
This book may serve as a valuable tool for both lawyers, legal academics and students who wish to familiarise themselves with Internet law or update their knowledge. It is also suitable as a general introduction for readers without a legal background as it guides the reader through the legal fields in a way that can also be comprehended by people with skills that are more technological than legal.
Jan Trzaskowski is Professor, Ph.D. at CBS LAW. He has dealt with legal aspects of the Internet since the mid 1990s and his main focus is on legal aspects of media and technology, including in particular privacy and marketing issues.
Andrej Savin is Associate Professor, Ph.D. at CBS LAW. His main research interests lie within information technology law, and in particular Internet governance in the US and in Europe. He concentrates on EU policymaking in the digital single market.
Björn Lundqvist is Associate Professor, LL.D. at CBS LAW and Lund University. He has worked with commercial law and international e-commerce law since the mid 1990s. His major fields of interest are commercial law, international and comparative private law and property law.
Patrik Lindskoug is Associate Professor, LL.D. at Stockholm University. His research focus is on innovation, competition, property and law, and he takes a particular interest in the regulation of the digital economy.
The Wired World of University Teaching – Legal Challenges
Authors: Laura Carlson, Cecilia Magnusson Sjöberg & Frantzeska Papadopoulou
Edition: 1st (30 August 2017)
Pages: 192 Hardcover
Price: DKK 395 incl. VAT (DKK 316 excl. VAT)
The digitalization and commercialization of teaching raise both new and old questions with respect to academic freedom, copyrights to teaching materials, employment rights, open access and data protection, public sector information, and transparency.
When traditional academic learning is challenged, academic freedom and the protections of privacy and moral rights are essential.
Extraterritoriality in Data Privacy Law
Author: Dan Jerker B. Svantesson (foreword by Graham Greenleaf)
Edition: 1st (November 2013)
Pages: 240 Hardback
Price: DKK 395 incl. VAT (DKK 316 excl. VAT)
There are now more than 100 countries with data privacy laws. Having introduced and discussed key concepts such as data privacy, jurisdiction, forum-shopping, sovereignty and extraterritoriality, Professor Svantesson examines the extraterritoriality of current and proposed EU data privacy law, and the data privacy laws of Australia, Japan, Singapore and the Philippines. Proposals are made for how the extraterritoriality of data privacy laws may be regulated through a doctrine of ‘market sovereignty’. Further the central role of geo-location technologies is discussed and a ‘layered’ approach to the extraterritoriality of data privacy laws is introduced.
Dan Jerker B. Svantesson is Professor at Bond University Australia and Researcher at the Swedish Law & Informatics Research Institute.
Legal Risk Management in Electronic Commerce – Managing the risk of cross-border law enforcement
Author: Jan Trzaskowski
Edition: 1st (1 October 2005)
Pages: 254 Paperback
Price: DKK 200 incl. VAT (DKK 160 excl. VAT)
Legal Risk Management in Cross-Border Electronic Commerce deals with possibilities and limitations in cross-border law enforcement of unfair competition law. It also deals with how businesses can manage the risk of being subject to foreign law when pursuing commercial activities on the Internet (Legal Risk Management). The applied methodology adopts a business perspective and assumes a standardised business ('the Business') which carries out electronic commerce from an establishment in an EU member state.
Cross-border law enforcement is examined with focus on enforcement carried out by both public and private entities (public law enforcement and private law enforcement, respectively). The examination includes both enforcement through the judiciary (traditional law enforcement) and enforcement by other means (alternative law enforcement). Possibilities of risk mitigation are examined with focus on the geographical delimitation of Internet activities and on agreements concerning choice of forum (jurisdiction) and applicable law.