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1st Edition

Introduction to Business Law in Russia

ISBN 9781138267909
Published November 17, 2016 by Routledge
334 Pages

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Book Description

This volume provides a comprehensive overview of business law in Russia. It presents an introduction to the Russian legal system in general before going on to provide a thorough analysis of the key aspects such as regulation, taxation, competition, contracts, intellectual property law, among many others. Where appropriate, cases and international comparisons are included to help illustrate the practical workings of this complex system. The book will be an invaluable guide for students, researchers and practitioners who want a clear understanding of legislation relating to business in contemporary Russia.



Vladimir Orlov is Professor at the University of Helsinki, Finland


'This valuable analysis is underpinned by the author's inside approach to the unique nature of Russian business law. Containing legal rules essential for business law, it is a thorough comparative account of broad aspects of business law in Russia.' Alexander Komarov, Russian Academy of Foreign Trade, Moscow, Russia 'Vladimir Orlov's Introduction to Business Law in Russia, comes as a welcome surprise to all academics as well as practising lawyers who are keen to develop their knowledge of Russian business law but do not have any or enough understanding of the Russian language to explore Russian legal literature. Everyone will find in this book fruitful and in-depth information on the structure and developments of Russian law, as well as precise developments on several kinds of civil and commercial contracts, legal issues in tax law, intellectual property, company law and even competition law.' Journal of Business Law ’...the book is a welcome addition to the literature on Russian law. It provides a comprehensive and readable primer on Russian business law that will be of interest to researcher and businessmen alike.’ Slavonic and East European Review