National choice of law for corporations Incorporation and real seat theories in context Normative content of freedom of establishment Letter-box companies and the doctrine of abuse Regulatory competition for incorporations Scheme of insolvency proceedings in the European Union COMI and forum shopping Regulatory competition for insolvencies Reflections of the intersection of freedom of establishment with private international law for corporations.
Focusing on the impact of the freedom of establishment on private international law for corporations and insolvency, this book explores the fate of the real seat theory, the doctrine of abuse, and addresses the important questions of regulatory competition and 'forum shopping' for incorporations and insolvencies in the EU.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 269-279) and index.