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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. Europe is under attack. Populism and nationalism are rampant, the United Kingdom has left the European Union and public confidence in Europe is waning. How should it move forward? With that question, the author takes the reader behind the scenes, offering unique, personal insights and positive solutions to address these issues, whilst also encouraging readers to develop their own vision of Europe and its future.
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  3. Article 34 of the European Convention on Human Rights prescribes that individual applications must be directed against one of the Convention States. Consequently, private actors involved in proceedings against other private actors before domestic courts must complain about State (in)action in their application to the European Court of Human Rights. In other words, originally 'horizontal' conflicts must be 'verticalised' in order to be admissib...
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  4. 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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    €159.-

  5. 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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  6. Memories

    Publication date: July 1, 2022

    This book is a memoir that a great master of comparative law, Rudolf B. Schlesinger, wrote for the benefit of his children and grandchildren.
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  7. This book presents a comprehensive framework through which to conceptualize marriage from a law and economics perspective. It shows the economic rationale behind substantive marriage law and proposes an efficient conflict of laws system that prioritizes predictability and congruency in the determination of the applicable law.
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    €136.-
  8. Europa. Een blik achter de schermen

    Publication date: March 15, 2022

    Europa ligt onder vuur. Populisme en nationalisme vieren hoogtij, het Verenigd Koninkrijk heeft de Unie verlaten en het vertrouwen van de burger in Europa taant. Hoe moet het verder?

    Met die vraag neemt Europees insider Rudy Aernoudt je mee achter de schermen. Zijn sprankelende analyse van Europa’s illusies en ambities mondt uit in een concreet actieplan dat een overtuigd en positief antwoord biedt op de vraag of Europa nog iets...

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  9. This volume contributes to the literature on private international family law in Europe through the examination of two recent EU instruments: the Matrimonial Property Regulation and the Regulation on the Property Consequences of Registered Partnerships. The book presents the two regulations in a clear and comprehensive manner and analyses their implications for EU family law going forward.
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    €79.-

  10. This book focuses on the harmonisation of transactions avoidance laws in the EU. Based on national reports and input from 25 jurisdictions and employing a principle-based approach, it proposes a new Model Law which, in nine sections, provides for legal certainty as to which transactions should (or should not) be challengeable in all Member States under the same conditions.
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