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  1. This book examines the fascinating and turbulent development of Bulgarian private law from the end of the 19th century to the present day and highlights its particularities from a comparative perspective.
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  2. This book is the result of a long-term comparative research project on intellectual property. It unearths the thought patterns which are culturally, morally and historically imprinted across Europe and questions the common narratives of the distinctiveness of private and public law, contracts and property, and morality and the law.
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    €139.-

  3. This book addresses the issue of mothers who, fleeing from domestic violence, take their children with them and thus become liable for international child abduction. It examines how protection measures can help the abducting mother in this context, with a special focus on the utility of Regulation 606/2013 on mutual recognition of protection measures in civil matters and Directive 2011/99/EU on the European Protection Order, which allow cross-...
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  4. This book provides a thorough account of states' obligations to prevent childhood obesity under the Convention on the Rights of the Child, focusing on restricting unhealthy food marketing to children. It also examines state obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights and EU law.
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    €89.-

  5. This third edition of the American Convention of Human Rights provides a thorough review of the protection of crucial convention rights and their application by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. The book offers an engaging discussion of human rights issues, both old and new, occurring in the Americas.
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  6. Memories

    Publication date: July 1, 2022

    This book is a memoir that a great master of comparative law, Rudolf B. Schlesinger, wrote for the benefit of his children and grandchildren.
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  7. Statelessness remains an issue of concern in Europe. Stateless persons often experience problems with accessing basic rights, despite the proclamation of human rights and a right to a nationality for all. Various attempts have been made to address the issue of statelessness, for instance through the adoption of the United Nations Statelessness Conventions, but also by European regional cooperation mechanisms. This book analyses and places into...
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  8. This book presents a comprehensive framework through which to conceptualize marriage from a law and economics perspective. It shows the economic rationale behind substantive marriage law and proposes an efficient conflict of laws system that prioritizes predictability and congruency in the determination of the applicable law.
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    €119.-
  9. EU Marks a Quarter of a Century

    Publication date: April 27, 2022

    This book looks back on 25 years of pioneering EU trade mark practice, as viewed by various experts from all over Europe. The first two contributions focus on the EUIPO's convergence efforts with the national trade mark offices and the impact of EU case law on national trade mark practice, respectively. The evolution of the EU trade mark system is further addressed through a wide variety of subjects of substantive law. The last chapter offers ...
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  10. Human rights play a crucial role in health law and policy. This book systematically explores a range of themes and dimensions of 'health and human rights'. It discusses the approaches of the UN, Council of Europe and EU to health and human rights, as well as a number of important themes including autonomy and paternalism, vulnerability and entitlements, abortion, digitisation and artificial intelligence, and questions surrounding death and dying.
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