ISSUE 1
'Back to the Digital Future? On the EU Company Law Package’s Approach to Digitalization', Florian Möslein, Issue 1, pp. 4–5
'Digitalization and EU Company Law: Innovation and Tradition in Tandem', Sebastian Omlor, Issue 1, pp. 6–12
'The Mobility Aspects of the EU Commission’s Company Law Package: Or – ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly’', Jessica Schmidt, Issue 1, pp. 13–17
'Cross-Border Mobility Within the EU and Specifically in Luxembourg and Belgium: Same Destination, Different Roads', Isabelle Corbisier, François Bernard, Issue 1, pp. 18–30
'The Case for Further Flexibility in Matters of Cross-Border Corporate Mobility', Sébastien Binard, Laurent Schummer, Issue 1, pp. 31–37

ISSUE 2
'The Interaction Between Corporate and Competition Law', Marco Corradi, Issue 2, pp. 42–43
'Related Party Transactions in the Revised Shareholders’ Rights Directive: The EU Perspective and Implementation in National Law', Irene C. P. Groenland, Issue 2, pp. 44–49
'The Duties of Directors When There Is a Likelihood of Insolvency and the Proposal for a New Directive', Sérgio Coimbra Henriques, Issue 2, pp. 50–57
'The Spectre of Letterbox Companies: An Empirical Analysis of the Bankruptcy Ratio of Private Limited Companies Operating in Germany in Years 2004–2017', Ariel Mucha, Issue 2, pp. 58–62
'Transparency of Stock Corporations in Europe', Thomas Papadopoulos, Issue 2, pp. 63–68

ISSUE 3
'Editorial: Brexit? No, instead harsh Brexit and a new Lex Argentaria Europae', Pierre De Gioia Carabellese, Issue 3, pp. 72–73
'Cross-Border Insolvency of Groups of Companies Under the Regulation (EU) 2015/848', Theodora Kostoula, Issue 3, pp. 74–82
'Auditors and Company Law Breaches', Jesper Seehausen, Issue 3, pp. 83–94
'Report from Hungary: Is It Possible to Issue Bearer Shares in Hungary? Remarks on Mandatory and Default Rules in Hungarian Company Law', Emod Veress, Issue 3, pp. 95–100

ISSUE 4
'Companies & Firms in a Cross-Border EU Context: The Hybrid Legal Status of Managers in Cross-Border Civil Procedural Law … and Further …', Stephan Rammeloo, Issue 4, pp. 104–105
'European Companies’ ‘Mutilated Freedom’. From the Freedom of Establishment to the Right of Cross-Border Conversion', Daniele Fabris, Issue 4, pp. 106–113
'Consequences of Significant Minority Shareholder Revolt over Executive Pay', Anne Lafarre, Issue 4, pp. 114–120
'The Law on Groups of Companies in Italy', Diego Corapi, Issue 4, pp. 121–129
'Report from France. Freedom of Expression in Commercial Law: Freedom of Its Own Right or Just an Exception?', Mariia Domina Repiquet, Issue 4, pp. 130–132
'Book Review: Prozedurale Regulierung und Transparenz von Related Party Transactions in börsennotierten Aktiengesellschaften, Felix Ungerer. Duncker & Humblot. 2019.', Issue 4, pp. 133–135

ISSUE 5
'Editorial: The Adopted Proposal for an EU Directive on Cross-Border Operations: A Realistic Compromise', Steef M. Bartman, Issue 5, pp. 140–142
'What Will Happen To An English Limited (Ltd.), Which Has Its Administrative Headquarters In Germany, After A Hard Brexit?', Victoria Zahn, Issue 5, pp. 143–154
'Models of Corporate Supply Chain Liability: Are the Foundations Being Laid for A New Type of Vicarious Liability Regime?', Penelope A. Bergkamp, Issue 5, pp. 155–166
'Report from France. Law Pacte 2019: A Successful Modernization of Company Law?', Mariia Domina Repiquet, Issue 5, pp. 167–170

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