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  1. The Sir Hugh Laddie Lectures

    Publication date: July 1, 2019

    This volume is a compendium of the Sir Hugh Laddie Lectures delivered at University College London (UCL) in the period between 2009 and 2018. This is a public lecture series organised by the Institute of Brand and Innovation Law (IBIL) at UCL Faculty of Laws in honour of IBIL’s founder – Professor Sir Hugh Laddie.
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    €35.-

  2. 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.-

  3. 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.-
  4. The European Free Trade Association

    Publication date: June 24, 2019

    This book shall be an introduction into the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) as an international organization and, inter alia, as a platform for its member states’ relations with the EU and for jointly negotiated Free Trade Agreements. EFTA – originally set up by the UK - is an example of how countries that do not want to be members of the EU can still have close links with it. This may serve as food for thought in the current Brexit deb...
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    €59.-

  5. Solvency Requirements for EU Insurers provides a unique insights into the complex world of insurance and will be useful to risk managers, actuaries, accountants, lawyers, board members of (re) insurance companies, insurance intermediaries, consultants, regulators, supervisors, academics, students and, more generally, all those involved with or interested in insurance and in the operation of the insurance market.
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    €125.-

  6. 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.
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    €69.-
  7. Bauhaus Laws

    Publication date: June 3, 2019

    The year 2019 marks the centenary of the founding of the Bauhaus, arguably the most influential school of art and design in the modern era. Commemorative activities will focus on its culture-historical significance, with scant attention being paid to a more fundamental question: the ramifications on legal and political thinking caused by the deep-seated transformation of the material world during the so-called age of extremes.
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    €49.-

  8. The criminal justice system encompasses the most severe instrument at the state’s disposal in times of peace. For this and many other reasons, overuse of that system is a serious matter. Containing an extensive collection of expert knowledge, this volume intends to expose legal possibilities, good practices and the many challenges that lie ahead when attempting to prevent overuse in the criminal justice system.
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    €99.-

  9. This fifty-ninth volume of annotated leading case law of international criminal tribunals contains the Nyiramasuhuko et al judgment of the ICTR of 14 December 2015.
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    €185.-

  10. Focusing on the Constitutional Court of Belgium, the approach of this book is to combine normative ideas on how the Court should act with an empirical case law analysis. It explores the extent to which the Court performs as a deliberative institution, while operating within a consensual political system.
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