commercial law

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Noun1.commercial law - the body of rules applied to commercial transactions; derived from the practices of traders rather than from jurisprudence
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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A number of legal and other experts spoke at the workshops, including David Carey, legal adviser at the US Department of Commerce and a specialist in commercial law development; Joseph U SchE-rer, lawyer at Kirkland & Ellis International, based in Chicago; and Mr Jae Sung Lee, a legal expert from UNCITRAL, the legal body of the UN system for international trade law.
Corporate lawyer Graham Spalding has joined as an equity partner to drive strategic growth of the firm's commercial law services.
readability="1 class="MsoNormalHe taught commercial law at Cambridge University, public international law at Kings London and was appointed a visiting professor in commercial law at the University of London in 2006.
Qureshi has taught commercial law at Cambridge University and public international law at King's College London.
The decision of the Court is the result of a domino effect of a series of interlocking legal provisions, leading to the following conclusion: a commercial entity, such as a bank, carrying out commercial activities is subject to the provisions of the commercial law. The commercial law on possessory, movable asset pledges requires that an injunction order is first applied for in order to enforce a commercial mortgage.
For a third consecutive year, the summer law school in 'European Commercial Law' was organised with a great success by the department of law of the University of Cyprus.
Engaging an experienced company and commercial law firm early on will enable expert advice relating to: ?
<br />Pardue's background is in commercial law, civil litigation, trial and appellate practice, energy and natural resources, oil and gas law, general business, real estate, and construction and creditor's rights.
According to commercial law, listed companies with over 2 trillion won in assets should designate at least three of the board members as auditors.
Macpherson has built her career in the field of corporate and commercial law. She brings experience from the information and communications technology industry after many years at technology company, Ericsson, where for the last seven years she has been the company's chief legal officer.
The Modern College of Business and Science (Commercial Law Department) recently hosted a seminar style workshop on intellectual property for its faculty, students and staff.

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