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  1. The book explores, from a comparative perspective, the impact of the European Convention of Human Rights on a wide range of private law issues, including family law, data protection law, media law, copyright law, labour law as well as private international law and procedural law.
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    €99.-

  2. This book provides the first thorough examination of the concept of lawyer roles in knowledge work, offering a detailed comparative exploration and analysis of the globalized legal services industry in terms of individual and corporate professional functions.
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    €89.-
  3. Culture and Law

    Publication date: April 17, 2023

    One of the greatest contributions of the twentieth century was undoubtedly the expansion of the concept of culture. One of the consequences of the amplification of the notion of culture was that it permeated all social disciplines, and law was evidently no exception. Research into law and culture was somewhat belated but has recently yielded a multitude of interesting literature and relevant inquiries. This important volume brings together med...
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    €136.-

  4. This book provides an understanding of how States around the world, whether in the Global North or the Global South, deal with and organize the religious, ethnic, cultural and linguistic diversity within them and how, in the same vein, they deal with the plurality of opinions and legal systems.
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    €205.-

  5. This book presents comparative perspectives based on findings presented in National Reports on the theme 'Plurality and Diversity in Law: Family Forms and Family's Functions'. The contributions focus on whether, and if so, how, family law recognises that a child can have multiple parents, and which family functions are recognised and favoured by the law.
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    €159.-

  6. This book addresses the pluralisation of family forms as an expression of the transformation of society and its normative foundations. Against a legal background, the development of diverse family concepts and practices is examined and the (severed) links between sexuality, gender and reproduction are explored.
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    €113.-

  7. This book concerns equality in personal status - absolute, anti-discrimination - and how formal protection was superseded by material, fuller protection. It discusses history - Latin America, then the French Revolution - and disciplines - philosophy, ethics, economics, sociology, systems theory - with their diverse views and moves into modern phenomena like digitalization.
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    €102.-

  8. The volume collects all the relevant instruments in the field of EU private international law in family matters as completed by referencing all decisions issued by the CJEU on these Regulations.
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    €136.-

  9. 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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    €125.-

  10. This book focuses on the civil status validity of formalized relationships of same-sex couples when such couples move across borders between EU Member States. The Baltic States, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland, are used as examples of States that are less accommodating of same-sex relationships concluded abroad.
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    €166.-
 
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