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  1. This book sets out a human rights approach to domestic abuse. It argues that the European Convention on Human Rights provides a powerful framework upon which to build a strong legal response to the problem of domestic abuse.
    Paperback
    €59.-

  2. The book focuses on the development of marriage law in Ireland from 1937 to the present day, raising broader questions about the appropriate role of law in establishing, preserving and developing inclusive social understandings of marriage.
    Paperback
    €62.-
  3. European Social Security Law

    Publication date: October 31, 2019

    In the past decades the coordination of social security provisions of the European Union have become of vital importance. This book gives a clear overview of the main lines and main developments of this significant part of EU law.
    Hardback
    €110.-
  4. General Data Protection Regulation

    Publication date: September 25, 2019

    The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered into force in May 2018. It is the most significant legal development in the sphere of privacy and data protection in the EU in the past 20 years. This book analyses the GDPR’s essential changes and related challenges that every lawyer, academic and privacy enthusiast should bear in mind.
    Hardback
    €145.-

  5. This volume investigates how the post-crisis supervisory regime of the EU and the Eurozone impacts on bank managers’ duties and on market transactions: in their relationship to the large range of stakeholders, including the public as such, in current lending and investment transactions, in the phase of recovery and resolution (with bail-ins triggering changes of contractual rights), but also in adjudication, namely in banking related ADR schemes.
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    €79.-
  6. International Survey of Family Law 2019

    Publication date: September 16, 2019

    The International Survey of Family Law is the annual review of the International Society of Family Law. It brings together reliable and clearly structured insights into the latest and most notable developments in family law from all around the globe.
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    €73.-
  7. A Peaceful Revolution

    Publication date: September 5, 2019

    This book outlines in an accessible manner the wide-ranging and revolutionary development of one of the most crucial and dynamic EU policy areas since the Maastricht Treaty: that of police and judicial cooperation between its Member States. It examines the subject in light of burning issues surrounding migration, terrorism and, of course, Brexit.
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    €65.-

  8. This book critically examines the compartmentalised legal thinking through which cases concerning cultural and economic interests tend to be presented and decided in regional human rights courts. It proposes a number of conceptual and practical tools to allow for a more holistic examination of such cases, with the aim of delivering better justice.
    Hardback
    €125.-
  9. Landmark Negotiations from Around the World

    Publication date: September 2, 2019

    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.-

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  10. This book analyses proprietary restitution, at law and in equity, and inquires whether proprietary relief is available in defective transfers of property. It particularly covers the law of rescission, resulting and constructive trusts, tracing and unjust enrichment.
    Hardback
    €135.-
 
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