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  1. Rome I and Rome II in Practice

    Publication date: September 15, 2020

    This book is devoted to the applicable law to contractual and non-contractual obligations in the European Union as applied before the Courts.
    Hardback
    €145.-
  2. Just Memories

    Publication date: September 5, 2020

    How do memory and remembrance relate to transitional justice that lays emphasis on restoration? What is captured and what is obliterated in individual and collective efforts to come to terms with a violent past? Across this volume consisting of twelve in-depth contributions, the politics of memory in various countries are related to restorative justice under four headings: restoring trust, restoring truth, restoring land and restoring law.
    Hardback
    €75.-

  3. This book critically analyses the various approaches of public and private law enforcement and their effectiveness across several jurisdictions on the example of one topical and global collective damage event with far reaching consequences for both, consumers and investors: the Dieselgate.
    Hardback
    €124.-

  4. This book is a unique and extensive comparative study of commercial contract interpretation across 14 selected jurisdictions, namely Croatia, England and Wales, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Scotland, South Africa, Spain and Sweden. Using a dynamic comparative case method, the focus is centered on the discussion of key legal problems, further examined in a detailed and comprehensive comparative ana...
    Paperback
    €129.-

  5. This book focuses on the decision-making processes in modern collegiate courts. Judges from some of the world’s highest and most significant judicial bodies, both national and supranational, share their experiences and reflect on the challenges to which their joint judicial endeavour gives rise.
    Hardback
    €89.-

  6. In many cases, existing Anti-Money Laundering legislation is shaped by unrealistic political expectations and inconsistent design. This book outlines key deficiencies of existing law and develops policy proposals to enhance both effectiveness and respect for fundamental rights.
    Paperback
    €69.-

  7. Prescription is a major legal defence that bars civil actions after the expiry of the prescription period on the claim. This book canvases in-depth the law of 15 selected jurisdictions and extensively analyses in comparative perspective the elements of prescription, their interrelations, and the policy considerations (including economic analysis). While the book focuses on prescription of tort claims the analysis, comparisons and conclusions a...
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    €119.-

  8. This book includes the conference proceedings of a conference in September 2019. The Institute for Property Law of the University of Leuven had the opportunity to welcome numerous authoritative legal scholars to debate on the impact of sustainability challenges on the crossroads between contract and property.The contributions in this book are on the one hand, careful analyses of national laws, and on the other hand, more general view...

    Hardback
    €65.-

  9. This book extensively analyses obligations connected to property rights, or ‘real obligations’, in a comparative perspective through a study of Belgian, French, Dutch and Scots law. Examples of real obligations are the periodical payment obligation of a long lease holder, the maintenance of the property subject to a servitude and the financial contributions by apartment owners.
    Hardback
    €165.-

  10. Entrepreneurship: no guts, no glory is a provocative scientifically reasoned book about the impact of entrepreneurship on the economy and our quality of life. The author argues for an enterprise and entrepreneurship-friendly ecosystem in Europe, and sets out concrete guidelines to achieve this.
    Paperback
    €35.-
 
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