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Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.This book studies the response of the European Court of Human Rights to complaints submitted to it by companies and their shareholders. It presents the first in-depth analysis of the protection of business interests under the European Convention on Human Rights, and a path-breaking study of the value-system on which the ECHR builds.
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..this thorough and thoughtful study is most welcome. No-one who is interested in this critical subject can afford to ignore this book.
Cambridge Law Journal I enjoyed this well-written book where the strength of the case analysis in the three central chapters shines through to make this a strong contribution to an important and developing area
This book will surely prove to be of great value to both practitioners and academics, and deserves a wide audience..his [Marius Emerland's] organisation of the material is bold and provocative. It is a pioneering understanding of the human rights of companies, and may well influence the development of the law in this area.
Cambridge Law Journal [A] well-written book [that makes] a strong contribution to an important and developing area.
Marius Emberland graduated from the University of Oslo and Harvard Law School before he embarked on his doctorate studies at the University of Oxford, where he received his D.Phil. degree in 2004. Dr Emberland is presently Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law at the University of Oslo.
1. Introduction; 2. Companies and the Structure of Convention Protection; 3. The Court's Approach to Corporate Personality; 4. The Court's Response to Hard Cases of Applicability; 5. Lenient Standards of Scrutiny; 6. Retrospect and Prospect