Netherlands Reports to the Eighteenth International Congress of Comparative Law

Every four years the International Academy of Comparative Law (IACL) organises an International Congress of Comparative Law. In preparation of this congress the IACL has drawn up a list of topics and has asked the national associations of comparative law to invite authors to write a national report on the various topic. The Netherlands Comparative Law Association has compiled all national reports written by the Dutch reporters in this book.
Author(s):
Sjef van Erp, Lars van Vliet
book | published | 1st edition
July 2010 | xiv + 633 pp.

Paperback
€87.50


ISBN 9789400000421

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Every four years the International Academy of Comparative Law (IACL) organises an International Congress of Comparative Law. The 2010 congress is held in Washington DC. In preparation of the congress the IACL has drawn up a list of topics and has asked the national associations of comparative law to invite authors to write a national report on the various topics. At the same time a general reporter has been appointed for each topic who will write a general report on the basis of the various national reports that have been written on that topic.
Every four years the Netherlands Comparative Law Association publishes all national reports written by the Dutch reporters. This book contains all Dutch national reports written for the Washington Congress 2010.

Chapters

Table of Contents (p. 0)

Legal Culture and Legal Transplants (p. 1)

Religion and the Secular State (p. 93)

The Complexity of Transnational Law: Coherence and Fragmentation of Private Law (p. 113)

Maternity for Another: A Double Dutch Approach (p. 131)

The Dutch Private International Law Codification: Principles, Objectives and Opportunities (p. 145)

Cost and Fee Allocation in Civil Procedure (p. 185)

Class Actions/les actions collectives (p. 197)

Climate Law in The Netherlands: The Search towards a National Legislative Framework for a Global Problem (p. 217)

Corporate Governance in the Netherlands (p. 239)

Financial Leasing and its Unification by Unidroit (p. 283)

Jurisdiction and Applicable Law in Matters of Intellectual Property (p. 307)

The Prohibition of Age Discrimination in Labour Relations (p. 339)

The Law Applicable on the Continental Shelf and the EEZ (p. 355)

International Law in Domestic Systems (p. 375)

Foreign Voters in the Netherlands. Towards an Enlargement of the Right to Vote? (p. 403)

The Dutch Supreme Court: A Reluctant Positive Legislator? (p. 423)

Plurality of Political Opinions and the Concentration of Media (p. 469)

Regulation of Corporate Tax Avoidance in the Netherlands (p. 495)

Human Rights and Criminal Justice Applied to Legal Persons. Protection and liability of Private and Public Juristic Entities under the ICCPR, ECHR, ACHR and AfChHPR (p. 509)

Corporate Criminal Liability in the Netherlands (p. 553)

The Use of Illegally Gathered Evidence in the Dutch Criminal Trial (p. 569)

Cybercrime Legislation in the Netherlands (p. 595)