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  1. States increasingly delegate regulatory and police functions to internet intermediaries. This may lead to interference with the right to freedom of expression. In a time when these issues are of particular relevance, Intermediary liability and freedom of expression in the EU provides the reader with a framework to protect the freedom of expression in an online world.
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    €105.-

  2. This fifty-third volume of the Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals contains decisions taken by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda 2010-2012.
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    €185.-

  3. Each year, the Jura Falconis conference is held to discuss prior developments, draw lessons from the past and offer perspectives for the future of European private international law. The 50th anniversary of the Brussels Convention (1968) presented itself as the perfect discussion point for the 2018 conference.
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    €48.-

  4. Building on that large multidisciplinary project, the book assesses the impact of cybercrime on businesses based in Belgium, drawing from a thorough conceptualization of both cybercrime and its impact.
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    €55.-

  5. This volume includes chapters on “Developments in EU Energy Law”, “Renewable Energy: Cross-border Projects and Dispute Settlement”, “Capacity Reserve Mechanism”, “Prosumers”, and “New Developments in the European Gas Market”.
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    €155.-

  6. Judicial Law-making in English and German Courts is the first monograph in English that compares English and German statutory interpretation as applied in judicial practice, appealing to those interested in legal methodology, constitutional law or comparative law.
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    €125.-

  7. Both in Europe and around the world, 2017 has been another difficult year for the protection of human rights. Split into its customary four parts, the tenth volume of the European Yearbook on Human Rights brings together renowned scholars to analyse some of the most pressing and topical human rights issues being faced in Europe today.
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    €75.-
  8. The Limits of Criminal Law

    Publication date: October 26, 2018

    The Limits of Criminal Law explores the normative and performative limits of criminal law at the borders of crime with tort, non-criminal enforcement, medical law, business regulation, administrative sanctions, terrorism and intelligence law.
    Hardback
    €99.-

  9. This book compares and explains how the key European Union and European Economic Area legal principles of consistent interpretation are applied and developed by national courts in 12 different European Union and European Free Trade Association Member States.
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    €139.-

  10. The Limits of Criminal Law explores the normative and performative limits of criminal law at the borders of crime with tort, non-criminal enforcement, medical law, business regulation, administrative sanctions, terrorism and intelligence law.
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    €99.-
 
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