Chambers services

Three best-selling titles now available as eBooks

  • 1 February 2006

Since the service was launched in Spring 2004, ICC eBooks have become increasingly popular. A total of 29 eBook titles – ranging from model contracts to rules and guides – are now available online from the ICC Business Bookstore and February sees the addition of three best-selling titles to the collection.

Titles in the ICC eBook range can be ordered online for rapid delivery, and once downloaded they provide immediate on-screen access. The advantageous PDF format – including the Adobe Acrobat search function – guarantees that required information is just a click away at any time.

The latest additions to the ICC eBook range are:

Leading Court Cases on Letters of Credit

The recently sold out title Leading Court Cases on Letters of Credit is now available in electronic format. Now universally used, the UCP – as these ICC rules for letter of credit practice are called – are the most successful private rules for commerce ever developed. Here, in a single volume, the most important court cases interpreting the UCP have been collected, analyzed and explained. Trade finance practitioners, bankers, lawyers and anyone with an interest in letters of credit will all find the publication an invaluable addition to their desktops.

Fighting Corruption: A business ethics manual for managers
The new demands for better corporate governance pose a major challenge to corporate managers. Faced with a bewildering maze of new rules and regulations, managers need a no-nonsense guide to cut through the fog of bureaucratic requirements. Fighting Corruption, written by businessmen for businessmen, is such a tool.

Corporate Governance Worldwide

This guide to best practices for managers not only gives an update of developments in corporate governance but gives recommendations for how you and your business should react to new requirements. Published for company managers, compliance officers, accountants, lawyers and academics: in short, anyone with an interest in good governance and how to achieve it.