Vol I 2009: United States ' Alabama-Massachusetts. qLegal Aspects of Doing Business in North Americaq, a three-volume set with approximately 1, 500 pages, provides a survey of the requirements for doing business and investing in Canada, Mexico, and the United States, including state-by-state and province-by-province analysis for Canada and the United States. The reports are prepared by local business practitioners and offer practical insights into issues relating to selection of form for doing business, incentives, taxation, labor and employment, liabilities, and dispute resolution. Order volumes II and III to complete the set. The publication is replaced by an updated volume annually. Purchase of print version includes 24/7 online access. A 10% discount applies to a subscription for next year's update. A 25% discount applies to a subscription for three years of updates. Discounts are applied after purchase by rebate from publisher.Ernest S Easterly III Attorney at Law Watson, Louisiana, United States The law is obligatory upon all inhabitants of the State ... are subject to the laws of the State.1 Introduction The legal environment for foreign business activity in Louisiana often proves deceptively familiar to the unwary investor. ... 3 Ferdinand F Stone, Louisiana Civil Law Treatise, vol 12 (Tort Doctrine) (St Paul: West Publishing, 1977).
|Title||:||Legal Aspects of Doing Business in North America  I|
|Author||:||Christian, Editor Campbell|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2009-11-19|