History Of Law In Japan Since 1868
This handbook volume traces the development of Japan's feudal legal system into that of a modern type of a state, covering the period from the beginning of modernization in1886 to the end of the Pacific War, and, beyond that, the period of reorientation (1945-1950) and thereafter. Each author follows closely the development of a main branch of the legal system, describing the path of a legal institution progressing through a semi-feudalistic period, the introduction of western views, as well as the coexistence and mixture of essentially Japanese and European or American notions at the same time. A careful analysis of Japan's dealings with its legal system through a time of unprecedented change, and therefore a must for historians and jurists alike.
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Generalities Wilhelm Röhl
Public Law Wilhelm Röhl
Commercial and Corporate Law in Japan Harald BaumEiji Takahashi
Intellectual Property and AntiTrust
Labour Law Hans Peter Marutschke
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