“This book is...highly recommended to practising lawyers and in-house counsel whose practice is in the area of Anglo-German business affairs. Academics and students with a legal interest in relation to EU, European commercial or comparative law should also find this book a useful resource for study and research. However, this book should not be limited to those with a legal background. It is also recommended to business academics and students who are in international businesses, particularly in England and Germany.” – Nga Pham,
International Trade and Business Law Review, Volume 9,
“Written by specialists, including members of leading English and German law firms, the text provides a richly textured insight into the nature and operation of joint ventures underpinned by an informed commentary as to the distinctive considerations brought to bear under two highly developed systems of law.
It is to be hoped that the forgoing gives an idea of the exhaustive range of issues covered by this book and will encourage it to be read. The editing has ensured that each section forms an integrated whole and one does not have to untangle the overlaps and gaps that often mar collections of conference papers. The flyleaf claims that the collection will be indispensable to practicing lawyers and of real interest top legal academics. This is a justified claim and one looks forward to the publication of the papers given at the second Anglo-German Law Conference which addressed Mergers.” – Nicholas Sinclair-Brown,
Cambridge Law Journal