Introduction To Turkish Business Law
In recent years Turkey’s commercial connections with the rest of the world have grown dramatically. The relative inaccessibility of Turkish business law to lawyers, business persons, and students from other countries prompted the first edition of this book in 2001. This fully updated new edition reflects important changes – notably in the areas of foreign direct investment and conflict of laws rules – and adds additional chapters on banking law, commercial arbitration law, and intellectual property law.
English-speaking legal practitioners and academics have here an ideal introduction to the basic institutions, principles, and rules of Turkish business law, so that users can become familiar with business law and legal processes in Turkey and pursue further research on specific Turkish legal matters.
Sixteen chapters, each written by a Turkish expert in his or her field of specialty, focus on particular aspects of business, with Turkish equivalents of English terminology and chapter bibliographies.
This concise, practical, and up-to-date guide is sure to provide practitioners, business persons, academics and other interested parties with a speedy and reliable opening to whatever aspect of Turkish business law they need to learn about. It is also of great value as a comparative source, in broader terms, on Turkish legal practice in the field.