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Before You Leap: What a Lawyer Wants You to Kno...
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Starting and running a gig economy business (e.g., consultant, independent contractor, or freelancer) triggers a lot of legal issues. This audiobook helps you identify and take them on. It explains and sets expectations for starting and running your gig economy business, including choosing and setting up a legal entity, creating a template client contract, handling intellectual property matters, resolving client disputes, and getting legal help. It contains checklists to help you organize your startup.While it's not a substitute for legal advice, it will help you prepare for and work more efficiently with a lawyer to reduce your legal risks.Please note: This audiobook is not helpful for gig economy workers like Uber or Lyft drivers. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mike Lenz. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/188593/bk_acx0_188593_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Token as Value Rights & Token Offerings and dec...
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This book was translated from German into Chinese (simplified) by means of artificial intelligence (machine translation). This academic paper deals with both civil (securities) law and regulatory (securities) law aspects. Thus, a summary of the property law is provided, which deals with the classification of tokens under Liechtenstein law. Furthermore, dematerialized securities, which have been known to the Liechtenstein legal system for almost 100 years, will be discussed. The civil and corporate law focus is on Liechtenstein, while the Swiss corporate law and the general civil law of Austrian law are also taken into account. The supervisory part of the work is clearly in the focus of Union law, but also takes into account national specialties of Liechtenstein, Austria and Germany in addition to European legal acts. Thus, tokens and token-based business models are also examined in the light of European legal acts such as MiFIR, MiFID II, CRR, CRD IV, CSDR, EMIR, AIFMD, UCITSD, E-Money Directive II, PSD II, MAD/MAR, Prospectus Regulation, 5th AML Directive and other regulations, directives, as well as implementing regulations and delegated regulations. A special focus is placed on crypto exchanges and decentralized trading places (DEX). In addition, a focus will be placed on consumer law in terms of tokens and distance selling contracts, taking into account the Consumer Rights Directives. In this context, tokens as data or software and thus as digital content and consequently merchandise are also dealt with in more detail and the parallels to tokens as tokens with intrinsic value or virtual currencies in contrast to fiat money are shown. Furthermore, the author aims at explaining deposit business, e-money transactions and financial instruments as communicating vessels in contrast to virtual currencies. Although this is primarily a legal work, technical aspects of Distributed Ledger Technologies, such as the blockchain, smart contracts, agoric computing, self-sovereign identity, etc. - as far as this is necessary for the legal assessment - are also explained in more detail. The present discussion is to be understood as scientific work with practical relevance for advice in connection with blockchain based business models.

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Token as Value Rights & Token Offerings and dec...
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This book was translated from German into Japanese by means of artificial intelligence (machine translation). This academic paper deals with both civil (securities) law and regulatory (securities) law aspects. Thus, a summary of the property law is provided, which deals with the classification of tokens under Liechtenstein law. Furthermore, dematerialized securities, which have been known to the Liechtenstein legal system for almost 100 years, will be discussed. The civil and corporate law focus is on Liechtenstein, while the Swiss corporate law and the general civil law of Austrian law are also taken into account. The supervisory part of the work is clearly in the focus of Union law, but also takes into account national specialties of Liechtenstein, Austria and Germany in addition to European legal acts. Thus, tokens and token-based business models are also examined in the light of European legal acts such as MiFIR, MiFID II, CRR, CRD IV, CSDR, EMIR, AIFMD, UCITSD, E-Money Directive II, PSD II, MAD/MAR, Prospectus Regulation, 5th AML Directive and other regulations, directives, as well as implementing regulations and delegated regulations. A special focus is placed on crypto exchanges and decentralized trading places (DEX). In addition, a focus will be placed on consumer law in terms of tokens and distance selling contracts, taking into account the Consumer Rights Directives. In this context, tokens as data or software and thus as digital content and consequently merchandise are also dealt with in more detail and the parallels to tokens as tokens with intrinsic value or virtual currencies in contrast to fiat money are shown. Furthermore, the author aims at explaining deposit business, e-money transactions and financial instruments as communicating vessels in contrast to virtual currencies. Although this is primarily a legal work, technical aspects of Distributed Ledger Technologies, such as the blockchain, smart contracts, agoric computing, self-sovereign identity, etc. - as far as this is necessary for the legal assessment - are also explained in more detail. The present discussion is to be understood as scientific work with practical relevance for advice in connection with blockchain based business models.

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Token as Value Rights & Token Offerings and dec...
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This book was translated from German into Chinese (simplified) by means of artificial intelligence (machine translation). This academic paper deals with both civil (securities) law and regulatory (securities) law aspects. Thus, a summary of the property law is provided, which deals with the classification of tokens under Liechtenstein law. Furthermore, dematerialized securities, which have been known to the Liechtenstein legal system for almost 100 years, will be discussed. The civil and corporate law focus is on Liechtenstein, while the Swiss corporate law and the general civil law of Austrian law are also taken into account. The supervisory part of the work is clearly in the focus of Union law, but also takes into account national specialties of Liechtenstein, Austria and Germany in addition to European legal acts. Thus, tokens and token-based business models are also examined in the light of European legal acts such as MiFIR, MiFID II, CRR, CRD IV, CSDR, EMIR, AIFMD, UCITSD, E-Money Directive II, PSD II, MAD/MAR, Prospectus Regulation, 5th AML Directive and other regulations, directives, as well as implementing regulations and delegated regulations. A special focus is placed on crypto exchanges and decentralized trading places (DEX). In addition, a focus will be placed on consumer law in terms of tokens and distance selling contracts, taking into account the Consumer Rights Directives. In this context, tokens as data or software and thus as digital content and consequently merchandise are also dealt with in more detail and the parallels to tokens as tokens with intrinsic value or virtual currencies in contrast to fiat money are shown. Furthermore, the author aims at explaining deposit business, e-money transactions and financial instruments as communicating vessels in contrast to virtual currencies. Although this is primarily a legal work, technical aspects of Distributed Ledger Technologies, such as the blockchain, smart contracts, agoric computing, self-sovereign identity, etc. - as far as this is necessary for the legal assessment - are also explained in more detail. The present discussion is to be understood as scientific work with practical relevance for advice in connection with blockchain based business models.

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Token as Value Rights & Token Offerings and dec...
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This book was translated from German into Japanese by means of artificial intelligence (machine translation). This academic paper deals with both civil (securities) law and regulatory (securities) law aspects. Thus, a summary of the property law is provided, which deals with the classification of tokens under Liechtenstein law. Furthermore, dematerialized securities, which have been known to the Liechtenstein legal system for almost 100 years, will be discussed. The civil and corporate law focus is on Liechtenstein, while the Swiss corporate law and the general civil law of Austrian law are also taken into account. The supervisory part of the work is clearly in the focus of Union law, but also takes into account national specialties of Liechtenstein, Austria and Germany in addition to European legal acts. Thus, tokens and token-based business models are also examined in the light of European legal acts such as MiFIR, MiFID II, CRR, CRD IV, CSDR, EMIR, AIFMD, UCITSD, E-Money Directive II, PSD II, MAD/MAR, Prospectus Regulation, 5th AML Directive and other regulations, directives, as well as implementing regulations and delegated regulations. A special focus is placed on crypto exchanges and decentralized trading places (DEX). In addition, a focus will be placed on consumer law in terms of tokens and distance selling contracts, taking into account the Consumer Rights Directives. In this context, tokens as data or software and thus as digital content and consequently merchandise are also dealt with in more detail and the parallels to tokens as tokens with intrinsic value or virtual currencies in contrast to fiat money are shown. Furthermore, the author aims at explaining deposit business, e-money transactions and financial instruments as communicating vessels in contrast to virtual currencies. Although this is primarily a legal work, technical aspects of Distributed Ledger Technologies, such as the blockchain, smart contracts, agoric computing, self-sovereign identity, etc. - as far as this is necessary for the legal assessment - are also explained in more detail. The present discussion is to be understood as scientific work with practical relevance for advice in connection with blockchain based business models.

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The Corporate Counsel Survival Guide (eBook, ePUB)
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Making the decision to pursue an in-house counsel position can be a daunting experience, in part because in-house positions are so different from working in a firm and can vary by company and industry. This is a must-read book for any lawyer considering an in-house position, offering valuable advice for a wide audience, from law students and recent law school graduates to current in-house counsel and those who are contemplating going in-house or considering a career change.Written by William E. Kruse, Regulatory Compliance Officer and in-house legal counsel at Gallup, The Corporate Counsel Survival Guide offers helpful insights into the unique aspects of serving as in-house counsel and provides a foundation for anyone who wants to learn more about in-house counsel life. But beyond the book's wise counsel, the author's witty and clever words make his advice fun to read and easy to follow. As he puts it in the Preface, this is a book that passes "on valuable advice for new in-house counsel that won't bore anyone to death in the process." Topics cover the essentials for anyone starting or considering an in-house counsel position, including:How to get your bearings during your first hundred daysManaging an internal crisis, from not overreacting to understanding the critical importance of the signs that are being sentGetting work done and how to use time wiselyAvoiding land minesThe business of law in a businessWorking with others in your company and how to make arguments to convince people of what's in their best legal interestSurviving a crisis, adapting to change, relocation, training, mentoring, and other challenges of corporate life

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The Corporate Counsel Survival Guide (eBook, ePUB)
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Making the decision to pursue an in-house counsel position can be a daunting experience, in part because in-house positions are so different from working in a firm and can vary by company and industry. This is a must-read book for any lawyer considering an in-house position, offering valuable advice for a wide audience, from law students and recent law school graduates to current in-house counsel and those who are contemplating going in-house or considering a career change.Written by William E. Kruse, Regulatory Compliance Officer and in-house legal counsel at Gallup, The Corporate Counsel Survival Guide offers helpful insights into the unique aspects of serving as in-house counsel and provides a foundation for anyone who wants to learn more about in-house counsel life. But beyond the book's wise counsel, the author's witty and clever words make his advice fun to read and easy to follow. As he puts it in the Preface, this is a book that passes "on valuable advice for new in-house counsel that won't bore anyone to death in the process." Topics cover the essentials for anyone starting or considering an in-house counsel position, including:How to get your bearings during your first hundred daysManaging an internal crisis, from not overreacting to understanding the critical importance of the signs that are being sentGetting work done and how to use time wiselyAvoiding land minesThe business of law in a businessWorking with others in your company and how to make arguments to convince people of what's in their best legal interestSurviving a crisis, adapting to change, relocation, training, mentoring, and other challenges of corporate life

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Smith & Keenan's Law for Business
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Smith and Keenan’s Law for Business is an established and respected textbook. It is suitable for undergraduate non-law students who have a business law component in their degree. It also satisfies the business law requirements for a number of professional bodies such as the Association of Charted Certified Accountants and the Chartered Institute of Marketing. The book has been updated to include new statutory and case law developments, in particular the impact of new laws in the sphere of employment law, discrimination, and company law. Features + Benefits Strong reputation for reliability and accuracy Comprehensive coverage of all areas of law required for Business Law courses, and their application to the business environment Contains a wealth of questions and answers in multiple choice and essay form, encouraging student self-assessment and legal skills development. Companion website compliments the book, including: An instructor’s manual containing advice on using the book during teaching, overhead masters of diagrams and forms in the book, and suggested question solutions suitable for tutorial exercises. Regular updates of the major developments in business law Backcover Smith and Keenan’s Law for Business is an established and respected textbook. It is especially suitable for undergraduate non-law students who have a business law component in their degree. It also satisfies the business law requirements for a number of professional bodies including the Association of Charted Certified Accountants, Chartered Institute of Marketing, Chartered Insurance Institute, and the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators. The book has been updated to include new statutory and case law developments, in particular the impact of new laws in the sphere of employment law, discrimination, and company law. Key features of this edition: * In the Legal System there is information on the new office of Community Judge and recent caselaw on alternative dispute resolution and the new Her Majesty's Court Service together with recent case law on the application of the Convention on Human Rights. Recent case law on professional negligence is included in particular that relating to the value of exclusion clauses in auditors' liability together with the form of disclaimer recommended by the relevant professional body * Analysis of the Companies (Audit, Investigators and Community Enterprise) Act 2004 which strengthens the powers of auditors post-Enron, gives new duties to directors, and creates a new form of company (i.e. the Community Interest Company). * Discussion of the Consumer Credit Act 2006 *Consideration of the Company Law Reform Bill. * Examination of the Employment Relations Act 2004 and many new regulations on discrimination. * A wealth of questions and answers, in both multiple-choice and essay form * A Companion Website, containing an essential online update service, regularly providing information on the major developments in business law, ensuring that students always remain up to date with the latest developments in this area. It also contains a free Lecturer’s Guide, providing essential support for teaching, including advice on teaching with the book, overhead masters of the diagrams in the book, and suggested solutions to questions. Denis Keenan is a Barrister, an experienced teacher and former Head of Department of Business Studies and Law. In addition to being author of a range of market-leading textbooks, he is also legal correspondent for Accountancy magazine and Editor of Accountants' Legal Service by Tottel Publishing. Preface Table of Cases Table of Statutes Law Report Abbreviations PART 1 – THE ENGLISH LEGAL SYSTEM 1 The meaning of law and its origins 2 Dispute resolution and legal services in England and Wales 3 European courts and human rights 4 The law making process I: UK legislation and its interpretation 5 The law making process II: Case law and the legislative organs of the European Union PART 2 - THE LAW OF CONTRACT 6 Law of contract: making the contract I 7 Law of contract: making the contract II 8 Law of contract: making the contract III 9 Law of contract: reality of consent I 10 Law of contract: reality of consent II 11 Law of contract: contractual terms 12 Law of contract: contracts in restraint of trade and restrictive practices 13 Law of contract: discharge of contract 14 Law of contract: remedies and limitation of actions PART 3 – THE SALE OF GOODS 15 The sale of goods I: making the contract 16 The sale of goods II: product liability and transfer of title 17 The sale of goods III: performance of the contract and remedies 18 Contracts for the supply of goods and services 19 Supply of goods on credit PART 4 – EMPLOYMENT LAW 20 Employment I: the contract of employment 21 Employment II: discrimination 22 Employment III: termination of the contract PART 5 – COMPANY LAW IN THE STUDY OF BUSINESS 23 Company law I: setting up the company 24 Company law II: share capital, dividends and transfer 25 Company law III: loan capital, directors and insolvency; the partnership comparison PART 6 – AGENCY AND NEGLIGENCE 26 Agency in companies and partnerships - the common law 27 Negligence - generally and the business application Appendices: Appendix I Company law reform: the Government White Paper Modernising Company Law Appendix II - Answers to questions set in objective mode IndexIntended for undergraduate non-law students who have a business law component in their degree. This book also satisfies the business law requirements for a number of professional bodies, and it includes statutory and case law developments, in particular the impact of various laws in the sphere of employment law, discrimination, and Company Law.

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Smith & Keenan's Law for Business
56,33 € *
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Smith and Keenan’s Law for Business is an established and respected textbook. It is suitable for undergraduate non-law students who have a business law component in their degree. It also satisfies the business law requirements for a number of professional bodies such as the Association of Charted Certified Accountants and the Chartered Institute of Marketing. The book has been updated to include new statutory and case law developments, in particular the impact of new laws in the sphere of employment law, discrimination, and company law. Features + Benefits Strong reputation for reliability and accuracy Comprehensive coverage of all areas of law required for Business Law courses, and their application to the business environment Contains a wealth of questions and answers in multiple choice and essay form, encouraging student self-assessment and legal skills development. Companion website compliments the book, including: An instructor’s manual containing advice on using the book during teaching, overhead masters of diagrams and forms in the book, and suggested question solutions suitable for tutorial exercises. Regular updates of the major developments in business law Backcover Smith and Keenan’s Law for Business is an established and respected textbook. It is especially suitable for undergraduate non-law students who have a business law component in their degree. It also satisfies the business law requirements for a number of professional bodies including the Association of Charted Certified Accountants, Chartered Institute of Marketing, Chartered Insurance Institute, and the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators. The book has been updated to include new statutory and case law developments, in particular the impact of new laws in the sphere of employment law, discrimination, and company law. Key features of this edition: * In the Legal System there is information on the new office of Community Judge and recent caselaw on alternative dispute resolution and the new Her Majesty's Court Service together with recent case law on the application of the Convention on Human Rights. Recent case law on professional negligence is included in particular that relating to the value of exclusion clauses in auditors' liability together with the form of disclaimer recommended by the relevant professional body * Analysis of the Companies (Audit, Investigators and Community Enterprise) Act 2004 which strengthens the powers of auditors post-Enron, gives new duties to directors, and creates a new form of company (i.e. the Community Interest Company). * Discussion of the Consumer Credit Act 2006 *Consideration of the Company Law Reform Bill. * Examination of the Employment Relations Act 2004 and many new regulations on discrimination. * A wealth of questions and answers, in both multiple-choice and essay form * A Companion Website, containing an essential online update service, regularly providing information on the major developments in business law, ensuring that students always remain up to date with the latest developments in this area. It also contains a free Lecturer’s Guide, providing essential support for teaching, including advice on teaching with the book, overhead masters of the diagrams in the book, and suggested solutions to questions. Denis Keenan is a Barrister, an experienced teacher and former Head of Department of Business Studies and Law. In addition to being author of a range of market-leading textbooks, he is also legal correspondent for Accountancy magazine and Editor of Accountants' Legal Service by Tottel Publishing. Preface Table of Cases Table of Statutes Law Report Abbreviations PART 1 – THE ENGLISH LEGAL SYSTEM 1 The meaning of law and its origins 2 Dispute resolution and legal services in England and Wales 3 European courts and human rights 4 The law making process I: UK legislation and its interpretation 5 The law making process II: Case law and the legislative organs of the European Union PART 2 - THE LAW OF CONTRACT 6 Law of contract: making the contract I 7 Law of contract: making the contract II 8 Law of contract: making the contract III 9 Law of contract: reality of consent I 10 Law of contract: reality of consent II 11 Law of contract: contractual terms 12 Law of contract: contracts in restraint of trade and restrictive practices 13 Law of contract: discharge of contract 14 Law of contract: remedies and limitation of actions PART 3 – THE SALE OF GOODS 15 The sale of goods I: making the contract 16 The sale of goods II: product liability and transfer of title 17 The sale of goods III: performance of the contract and remedies 18 Contracts for the supply of goods and services 19 Supply of goods on credit PART 4 – EMPLOYMENT LAW 20 Employment I: the contract of employment 21 Employment II: discrimination 22 Employment III: termination of the contract PART 5 – COMPANY LAW IN THE STUDY OF BUSINESS 23 Company law I: setting up the company 24 Company law II: share capital, dividends and transfer 25 Company law III: loan capital, directors and insolvency; the partnership comparison PART 6 – AGENCY AND NEGLIGENCE 26 Agency in companies and partnerships - the common law 27 Negligence - generally and the business application Appendices: Appendix I Company law reform: the Government White Paper Modernising Company Law Appendix II - Answers to questions set in objective mode IndexIntended for undergraduate non-law students who have a business law component in their degree. This book also satisfies the business law requirements for a number of professional bodies, and it includes statutory and case law developments, in particular the impact of various laws in the sphere of employment law, discrimination, and Company Law.

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