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  1. Domestic Abuse and Human Rights

    Publication date: October 11, 2020

    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.
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    €59.-
  2. Party Autonomy in EU Private International Law

    Publication date: October 5, 2020

    This book is a comprehensive analysis of the choice of court and choice of law provisions that apply to cross-border family matters and succession in EU private international law.
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    €99.-

  3. This book concerns the impact of recent changes in technology (including the internet and artificial intelligence), as well as innovations (such as the changing ways of billing, new law firm structures and requirements and new employment practices) on the wellbeing of lawyers. There is evidence that the wellbeing of lawyers can be enhanced or diminished by these new practices and developments.
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    €79.-

  4. This book examines the legal and societal challenges facing ageing nations in Europe. With a focus on informal care, it poses the question of how, in light of historical and socio-demographic changes, we can take care of our elderly.
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    €74.-
  5. General Data Protection Regulation

    Publication date: May 27, 2020

    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.
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    €145.-
  6. Prescription in Tort Law

    Publication date: May 22, 2020

    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.-

  7. 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.
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    €145.-

  8. Compensation funds are redress structures that compensate victims of accidents and other misfortune where tort, insurance and social security frameworks are unavailable or inapplicable. Their undefined nature raises important legal questions that have not yet been fully answered. This book contrasts and analyses both well-known and lesser known compensation funds in Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, and the United ...
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    €69.-

  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.
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    €165.-

  10. This book provides precious insight into the dynamics of this new approach to consolidating European Civil Justice, clearly outlining the motivations of the various national and institutional players involved and examining potential obstacles likely to be encountered along the way. The book represents a work of reference for anyone involved in academia, practice or law reform in this subject area.
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    €69.-
 
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