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Fide XX Congress Vol. I

Published: November 2002

ISBN-10: 0-903067-87-0

Cover: Paperback

Pages: 959

The Congress is a bi-annual meeting of the International Federation for European Law (FIDE). It brings together national associations of European law and serves as a forum for the study and development of the European law.

The Congress is a bi-annual meeting of the International Federation for European Law (FIDE). It brings together national associations of European law and serves as a forum for the study and development of the European law.

The XXth FIDE Congress had three parallel topics:

1. European Law and National Constitutions

2. Financial Services in the Era of the Euro and E-commerce: Does home control work?

3. Cross Border Mergers in Company Law and Competition Law: Removing the final barriers.

For each topic, national rapporteurs submit reports on the basis of a questionnaire prepared by the General Rapporteur. The Congress constitutes an open forum for lively debate on the issues raised. The debate is directed by the session Chairman and the General Rapporteur, who prepares a general report and conclusions at the end of the Congress. The emphasis is on participation and the sharing of ideas.

This publication brings together the national reports prepared in advance before the Congress. Along with its forthcoming companion volume, which will contain any remaining national reports as well as the general reports, it is a most useful record of the preparations and of the proceedings of the Congress.

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