"International Business Law" by Willes and Willes successfully provides an overview of an extremely vast field. It incorporates the business conducts and legal procedures that exists in International trade and business dealings. The chapters are neatly structured in the division of international business into trades in goods, services, intellectual property and investment. The rest of the chapters are the divided into sections of global/government law and regulations as it relates to the business enterprise component.
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John A. Willes is an Ontario Barrister and Solicitor, and Emeritus Professor of Labour Relations and Business Law at the School of Business, Queen's University. He was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1960, and joined the faculty of Queen's University on a full time basis in 1969, where he assumed responsibility for the business law program. Throughout his teaching career he has carried on an extensive commercial and labour arbitration practice, practiced law as counsel to a Kingston, Ontario, law firm, and since 1986, acted as a vice-chair of the Ontario Public Service Grievance Board. He was appointed as a Queen's Counsel by the Province of Ontario in 1984. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Queen's University, Bachelor of Laws and Master of Laws degrees from Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Toronto. In addition to Contemporary Canadian Business Law, he has authored numerous academic monographs and cases, and is the author of Contemporary Canadian Labour Relations (McGraw-Hill), Canadian Labour Relations (Prentice Hall) and Out of the Clouds, the official military history of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion in World War II. John Henry Willes is an Ontario barrister and solicitor, teaching at Queen's University in both the Faculty of Law and the School of Business, in the LLB, Bcomm, and MBA programmes. He is the past co-ordinator and a principal instructor of the International Business and International Law Programme at Herstmonceux Castle International Study Centre in the United Kingdom. He holds Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Laws, and Master of Business Administration degrees from Queen's University, as well as a Canadian Investment Manager designation from the Canadian Securities Institute. He has been elected as a Fellow of the Society for Advanced Legal Studies, in London England. In addition to serving clients in North America and Western Europe, his business activities include advising on legislative transition in the republics of the Former Soviet Union and enterprise restructuring and business management in the People's Republic of China. He is a member of the editorial advisory boards of Financial Crime Review and the forthcoming European Financial Law Review.
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