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  1. 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.
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    €62.-

  2. 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.-

  3. This book provides a comprehensive, detailed and up-to-date account of Strasbourg case-law on Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights. It focuses on the Court's most important cases on private and family life, home and correspondence, which have been selected following the Court's Jurisconsult's opinion of their jurisprudential interest.
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    €89.-

  4. 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.
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    €110.-

  5. In family law proceedings, such as divorce, children are afforded the right to express their views and these must be considered seriously during the deliberation by the decision-maker. This book examines the international and European human rights frameworks through the lens of the child's right to participate.
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    €139.-

  6. This book examines the fascinating and turbulent development of Bulgarian private law from the end of the 19th century to the present day and highlights its particularities from a comparative perspective.
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    €59.-

  7. This book is the result of a long-term comparative research project on intellectual property. It unearths the thought patterns which are culturally, morally and historically imprinted across Europe and questions the common narratives of the distinctiveness of private and public law, contracts and property, and morality and the law.
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    €139.-

  8. Certain confidential lawyer-client communications are privileged from disclosure. Considering that these rules can differ from state to state, this book examines various states' disclosure laws and legal privilege rules in a comparative manner. It proposes a new rule that courts should use for determining the applicable privilege law during transnational litigation.
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    €109.-

  9. This book addresses the issue of mothers who, fleeing from domestic violence, take their children with them and thus become liable for international child abduction. It examines how protection measures can help the abducting mother in this context, with a special focus on the utility of Regulation 606/2013 on mutual recognition of protection measures in civil matters and Directive 2011/99/EU on the European Protection Order, which allow cross-...
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    €69.-

  10. This book provides a thorough account of states' obligations to prevent childhood obesity under the Convention on the Rights of the Child, focusing on restricting unhealthy food marketing to children. It also examines state obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights and EU law.
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    €89.-
 
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