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  1. The Draft Common Frame of Reference is the result of more than 25 years of academic research on European private law, and was published in October 2009. Against this background, this book presents and critically analyses the DCFR, and situates it in relation to current Belgian and European private law.
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  2. The story of collective redress in the European Union up to the present day may be qualified as a story of missed opportunities and small steps forward. The editors of the present volume hope that the future of collective redress in Europe will be brighter than the past. They hope that the volume will further the discussion on collective redress in Europe by providing the most up-to-date information in the field, and that this will lead to the...
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  3. Risk taking in business contributes towards innovation while excessive risk taking is associated with corporate failure. This book illustrates how insurance against personal liability of the manager threatens – but also benefits – society and the economy
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  4. The relationship between national constitutional courts and the European Court of Justice (CJEU) is increasingly cast in terms of communication, understood as having a constructive connotation, and as an alternative to the prior and more destructive language of ‘guerre des juges’, conflict and revolt. This volume provides a critical examination of the normative, empirical and contextual aspects of such judicial conversations. I between the CJ...
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  5. The 1980 UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods unifies the law governing the rights and obligations arising from a contract for the international sale of goods for the seller and the buyer. One of the main obligations for the seller under the Convention is to deliver goods which are in conformity with the contract (art. 35 CISG). With respect to this particular obligation, a number of questions have arisen. This book c...
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  6. The book presents a proposal for a harmonised European liability regime and discusses possibilities to enhance the feasibility of such a reform. It calls for a stronger involvement of the public in the nuclear sector and emphasises the intrinsic link between effective safety regulation and liability and compensation mechanisms.
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  7. The present volume addresses judicial case management and issues of efficiency in civil litigation. Apart from France, the focus is on these issues in three comparatively small jurisdictions which are often ignored in the international legal debate: Scotland, Belgium and the Netherlands. In addition the ALI/Unidroit Principles of Transnational Civil Procedure and the Storme Report are considered.
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  8. This book assesses the role of EU agencies and networks of regulators from a legal perspective, thus linking the role of law to the debates on network governance. Two case studies form the core of the research: EU energy and electronic communications regulation.
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  9. During the last decades, a better understanding of the influence of genetic factors on the onset of illness and disease has evolved. In many states, as well as on the international level, there is an ongoing debate about the balance that should be struck between the protection of the individual against misuse of genetic information and the interests of social actors and genetic research institutes, and about the policy options that are at hand...
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  10. In numerous fields of law, ranging from family law to company law, private actors increasingly set their own rules, revert to private enforcement of those rules and choose the applicable law.
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