• Civil law consequences of corruption and bribery in France.

      Jaluzot, Beatrice; Meiselles, Michala; Université Jean Moulin (Lyon 3) (Nomos, 2009)
    • The European Economic interest grouping - A chance for multinationals?

      Meiselles, Michala; Université Jean Moulin (Lyon 3) (Kluwer, 2015)
      Developed as a supranational corporate form intended to facilitate cross-border activity by natural and legal persons alike, the European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG) arguably offers multinational enterprises looking to collaborate with other entities an efficient and effective corporate vehicle for their projects. Though this form offers multinational enterprises many attractive features, certain drawbacks associated with this form may impede take-up by such entities. After a review of the development of the EEIG (part I), this paper will examine the features and purposes of this corporate form (part II), before looking at the benefits (part III) and the drawbacks associated with this form (part IV). In the conclusion, the author will review possible reforms to this corporate form.
    • International commercial agreements - An Edinburgh Law Guide.

      Meiselles, Michala; Université Jean Moulin (Lyon 3) (Edinburgh University Press, 2013)
      A cross-disciplinary introduction to the complex world of international commercial agreements.
    • The Societas Europaea (SE) – Time to start over? Capturing the Zeitgeist of the 21st Century.

      Meiselles, Michala; Graute, Marta; University of Derby (Kluwer, 2016-09-02)
      A topic of discourse for over half a century, the Societas Europaea (the European Company) has much to offer. Notwithstanding its merits, this supranational corporate form has attracted much criticism. One of the major issues that has emerged on a recurrent basis is the question of the functional worth of this structure. In this context a discourse has ensued about its advantages, and disadvantages from the perspective of its intended end-user. This paper will discuss the pro-business aspects of this entity (Part 2) before giving due consideration to its structural and functional deficits (Part 3), ending with suggestions for reform (Part 4).