books

Many Binder Grösswang lawyers act as editors, authors or co-authors of independent publications. Here you will find the books in chronological order:

 

Getting the Deal Through: Insurance Litigation 2016

Getting the Deal Through: Insurance Litigation 2016

Therese Frank and Christian Klausegger are contributors of the Austrian Chapter of Getting the Deal Through: Insurance Litigation 2016. Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Getting the Deal Through: Insurance Litigation 2016, (published in March 2016; contributing editors: Mary Beth Forshaw and Elisa Alcabes, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP)... [more]

Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration 2016

Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration 2016

The Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration 2016 is a collection of articles on current issues in the area of commercial and investment arbitration. Many contributions in the current edition reflect the topic of the Vienna Arbitration Days 2016 “Does Arbitration Deliver?” including Peter Rees’ keynote speech. In addition, the Austrian Yearbook contains the Bergsten Lecture 2015 “TTIP – Myths and Facts” delivered by John Beechey. Further... 978-3-214-00776-8 [more]

Financing Company Group Restructurings

Financing Company Group Restructurings

The Binder Grösswang partners Gottfried Gassner and Thomas Schirmer are authors of the Austrian chapter. This book provides the first comprehensive treatment of out-of-court restructuring and post-commencement insolvency financing in the corporate group setting, domestically and internationally.
Bringing together a collection of distinguished contributors-academics and practitioners at the forefront of... [more]

Neate and Godfrey: Bank Confidentiality

Neate and Godfrey: Bank Confidentiality

This book deals with the duties or obligations of confidentiality or secrecy which banks owe to their customers in 37 countries around the world. Stefan Tiefenthaler and Emanuel Welten are authors of the Austria chapter. The ways in which banks may be obliged to disclose information in court proceedings - or to assist the authorities in combating money laundering or the funding of terrorism and wider... [more]

Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration 2015

Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration 2015

The Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration 2015 is a collection of articles on issues in the realm of commercial as well as investment arbitration. All contributions are of relevance to academics and practitioners in the field, which is also reflected by the composition of the authors of this edition. The contributions compiled in the current edition address a variety of topics, but predominantly focus on the applicable law in... [more]

The Acquisition and Leveraged Finance

The Acquisition and Leveraged Finance

The Acquisition and Leveraged Finance Review edited by Christopher Kandel is intended to serve as a starting point in considering structuring and other issues in acquisition and leveraged finance, both generally but also particularly in cases where more than just an understanding of the reader’s own jurisdiction is necessary. The philosophy behind the sub-topics it covers has been to try to answer those questions that come up most commonly at... [more]

Private Equity: Jurisdictional Comparisons 2nd ed.

Private Equity: Jurisdictional Comparisons 2nd ed.

European Lawyer Reference Series, edited by Charles Martin and Simon Perry, is a jurisdictional overview that represents the combined knowledge of some of the foremost Private Equity practitioners in all major jurisdictions. Contributors of the Austrian chapter are Thomas Schirmer and Markus Uitz, Partners at Binder Grösswang. The publication is a useful reference for a broad range of private equity professionals across the spectrum of... [more]

Capital Directive in Europe

Capital Directive in Europe

Gottfried Gassner is the contributor of the Austrian chapter in the book “Capital Directive in Europe.” The book provides an overview of the Second Council Directive 77/91/EEC of 13 December 1976 (also known as the Capital Directive) and its implementing rules in each Member State of the European Union and the European Economic Area. It provides companies and advisors with useful insights regarding articles of association... [more]

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