1. 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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  2. This book examines the case law of the European Court of Justice concerning the requirement to interpret national law in conformity with EU law directives. It offers an in-depth analysis of the application of this obligation in three Member States: Germany, Ireland and the Netherlands. The key question underlying this examination is to what extent the established theories of supremacy of EU law, national constitutionalism and constitutional pl...
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  3. This book explores how EU and international civil procedure rules (hard law, soft law, and judicial decision) shape national civil procedure law of the EU member states.
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  4. This rise of a particular kind of European Union legislation known as the ‘optional instrument’ is a novel trend in the context of EU law, and one that until now has not been comprehensively mapped or explored. This study examines and discusses existing and proposed EU Optional Instruments (OIs) in different fields of European law, including company law, intellectual property law and procedural law (such as the European Company, the Community ...
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  5. Many contemporary jurisdictions have been revisiting the fundamental principles of their civil procedures, including the way in which evidence is introduced, collected and presented in court.
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  6. Nobody's Perfect

    Publication date: May 5, 2014

    Public confidence in the justice system depends on the belief that decisions made in the judicial processes are reasonably correct and accurate. This book focuses on the systems of appellate control of court judgments. The editors explore the relationship between the different approaches to appeals in national civil justice systems and their impact on the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the legal protection of individual rights.
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  7. The Yearbook aims at taking up recent trends in international arbitration and leading them in scholarly debate. Volume I comprises contributions by 25 renowned scholars and practitioners from around the world who impart their knowledge and thoughts on the basis of their wide experience in the various domains of arbitration and related areas.
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  8. Fact-Finding in Civil Litigation

    Publication date: June 24, 2010

    This book provides a comparative analysis of the process of fact-finding in the litigation process. It offers theoretical insights on the distinctive features of the fact-finding arrangements in civil cases andt also examines the empirical data that shed light on the operation of procedural rules in legal practice.
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  9. In a time when an ever growing demand for justice meets economic crisis and shrinking resources, innovative approaches to access to justice are urgently needed. The present volume discusses a variety of such approaches from across Europe (and beyond), all united by their significance in contemporary trends in legal and judicial reform.
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