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  1. This volume contains the contributions delivered at CEFL’s sixth international conference, which focused on comparative and international family law in Europe in their respective cultural contexts.
    Paperback
    €79.-

  2. This book analyses the mechanics of how legal ownership in tangible movable property passes from one person to another and the respective impacts of defects, such as mistake. It adopts a new approach, basically arguing that the conveyance of title is distinct and independent from the underlying contract.
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    €79.-

  3. The book draws a novel approach to data privacy (or data protection) regulations by presenting a solution to the problem of lack of individual control over personal data. It combines economic, technical, and legal perspectives to show how to reinforce individual autonomy and, at the same time, to increase the competitiveness of data economy.
    Hardback
    €79.-

  4. This book brings together the subject areas of history and negotiation studies. It focuses on their overlap and analyses past and present negotiations, applying the latest concepts of negotiation studies: a summary of each negotiation focusing on the chain of events is followed by a critical analysis cross-referencing the facts to modern negotiation theory concepts.
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    €39.-
  5. Law of Remedies

    Publication date: September 30, 2019

    With the increasing importance of the concept of remedies in European private law, this book focuses on remedies as a distinctive and novel field of European legal research and considers the common law tradition as well as the civil law viewpoint.
    Hardback
    €89.-

  6. 'Fundamental Rights and the Best Interest of the Child in Transnational Families' is a timely work on the implementation of the child’s interests in the EU and covers the most relevant topics emerging from the rapid internationalisation of child and family law and from the increased mobility of families.
    Hardback
    €99.-

  7. This book explores the concept of a circular economy from both a legal and an interdisciplinary perspective.
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    €85.-

  8. This book combines theoretical discussions of the concepts at stake and case studies following the relevant developments of ICT and data-driven technologies. Part I sets the scene by considering definitions of security. Part II questions whether and, if so, to what extent the law has been able to regulate the use of ICT and datadriven technologies as a means to maintain, protect or raise security, in search of a balance between security ...
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    €95.-

  9. This book explores the theoretical basis of precontractual liability for the breaking-off of contractual negotiations and after a comparative analysis of common law (England) and civil law jurisdictions (Germany, France and Chile), argues in favour of a shift from good faith to the notion of reliance.
    Hardback
    €69.-

  10. This is an overview of interpretation and gap filling mechanisms in international commercial contracts covering CISG, UNIDROIT Principles, PECL and DCFR.
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    €67.-
 
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