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  1. Over the course of the last few decades, the European legislature has adopted a total of 18 Regulations in the area of private international law. The question remains, however, if these efforts have turned private international law into a truly European field? The book analyses – for the first time – how ‘European’ European private international law actually is.
    Hardback
    €99.-

  2. Over the course of the last few decades, the European legislature has adopted a total of 18 Regulations in the area of private international law. The question remains, however, if these efforts have turned private international law into a truly European field? The book analyses – for the first time – how ‘European’ European private international law actually is.
    Hardback
    €99.-

  3. This book analyses the background, scope and practical impact of bilateral treaties and multilateral conventions concluded by selected Member States of the European Union with Third States, both from the European and the Third State perspective.
    Hardback
    €124.-

  4. For a millennium, Roman Law has been part and parcel of the Western legal canon. This book follows the interpretation efforts triggered by a specific problem concerning multiple tortfeasors’ liabilities for homicide. The complete evolution of Roman law scholarship is reflected in the discussions of one single problem.
    Paperback
    €49.-

  5. The book offers an overview of the interactions between digital technologies and contract law, focusing largely on the two Proposals of the EU Commission of 2016 on digital contracting and digital contents.
    Paperback
    €75.-
  6. Regulating Risk through Private Law

    Publication date: January 31, 2018

    This volume sets out, for nine significant legal systems, an overarching conception of risk in legal theory, particularly of the linked role of risk-taking in generating liability and in liability regulating risk. It is the first book-length comparative attempt to explain what risk-based reasoning adds to private law, with a core focus on the law of tort.
    Hardback
    €95.-

  7. This book discusses the possible reach of the influence of the TFEU provisions on free movement of goods, persons, services and capital on legal relationships between individuals (‘horizontal’ legal relationships). It then formulates a private law reaction to this so-called direct horizontal effect of the fundamental freedoms.
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    €79.-

  8. This book examines the European Union’s impact on private and especially contract law. It shows how the European Union’s founding Treaties grant it in principle only a limited competence in the field, but how in practice the European Union’s influence is broad and to some extent unpredictable.
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    €59.-

  9. European law affects national private law in many ways. This is not only true for EU Directives, but also for the EU Treaties, the EU Charter on Fundamental Rights and the general principles of EU law. This book explores the influence of European law on legal relationships between individuals.
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    €69.-

  10. Using insights from multilevel governance and pluralism, this book provides an in-depth analysis of the development of European private law in the Dutch and German legal order. It focuses on the question whether the coexistence of national and European state and non-state actors is detrimental or beneficial for the predictability, consistency, accessibility and responsiveness of European private law.
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    €125.-
 
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