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  • NEUROINTERVENTIONS AND THE LAW
    VINCENT, N. / NADELHOFFER, T. / MCCAY, A.
    This volume makes a contribution to the field of neurolaw by investigating issues raised by the development, use, and regulation of neurointerventions. The broad range of topics covered in these chapters reflects neurolaw's growing social import, and its rapid expansion as an academic field of inquiry. Some authors investigate the criminal justice system's use of neurointervent...
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    83,20 €

  • EU ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
    PAUL CRAIG
    The third edition of EU Administrative Law provides comprehensive coverage of the administrative system in the EU and the principles of judicial review that apply in this area. This revised edition provides important updates on each area covered, including new case law; institutional developments; and EU legislation. These changes are located within the framework of broader dev...
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    102,00 €

  • THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF JURISPRUDENCE
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    109,20 €

  • THE IDEA OF LABOUR LAW
    DAVIDOV, G. / LANGILLE, B.
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    50,44 €

  • THE PRINCIPLES OF THE LAW OF RESTITUTION
    GRAHAM VIRGO
    The fourth edition of The Principles of the Law of Restitution brings this widely cited and influential volume fully up to date. Substantially rewritten to reflect significant changes in the law of restitution and the expansion in the theoretical and critical commentary on the subject, this book is grounded in its clarity of exposition and analysis. The new edition significantl...
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    262,00 €

  • TORT LITIGATION AGAINST TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS
    EKATERINA ARISTOVA
    There is an emerging trend of private claims being brought against parent companies of transnational corporations for their alleged involvement in human rights and environmental abuses committed abroad. These cases form part of an international effort aimed at strengthening responsible business conduct, the success of which depends on the rules governing domestic courts' power ...
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    234,00 €

  • THE EMERGENCE OF EUROPEAN SOCIETY THROUGH PUBLIC LAW
    ARMIN VON BOGDANDY
    Many Europeans struggle to understand where EU-centred Europeanization has led them. The standard response - that their situation is sui generis, one of a kind - no longer holds. Brexit, conflicts over European financial transfers, immigration, or dubious judicial reforms in some Member States demand a more substantial answer. Against that background, The Emergence of European...
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    168,50 €

  • GENERAL INTERNATIONAL LAW IN INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW
    ANDREAS KULICK / MICHAEL WAIBEL
    General international law is part and parcel of investor-state arbitration. This is the case not only regarding treaty law and state responsibility, but also with respect to matters such as state succession, the international minimum standard, and state immunity, all of which feature regularly in investor-state arbitration. Yet, although general international law issues arise i...
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    414,95 €

  • EU SECURITIES AND FINANCIAL MARKETS REGULATION
    NIAMH MOLONEY
    Over the decade or so since the global financial crisis rocked EU financial markets and led to wide-ranging reforms, EU securities and financial markets regulation has continued to evolve. The legislative framework has been refined and administrative rulemaking has expanded. Alongside, the Capital Markets Union agenda has developed, the UK has left the EU, and ESMA has emerged ...
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    102,95 €

  • GRAVITY AT THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT
    PRIYA URS
    The gravity of a crime or case features in various international and national legal frameworks for the investigation and prosecution of international crimes. At the International Criminal Court (ICC), 'sufficient gravity' is a requirement for the admissibility of a case specified in Article 17(1)(d) of the Rome Statute. The open-textured nature of the provision leaves the manne...
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    168,50 €

  • THE CONCEPT OF INVESTMENT IN ICSID ARBITRATION
    MARKUS PETSCHE
    This book explores the meaning of 'investment' within the context of International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) arbitration. It provides a comprehensive and detailed examination of the various legal issues arising in connection with the jurisdictional requirement of the existence of an investment. It explores, first of all, the fundamental question of wh...
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    234,00 €

  • THE INTERNAL MARKET IDEAL
    ADAMS-PRASSL / EZRACHI / BOGOJEVIC / LECZYKIEWICZ
    Honours the work of Professor Stephen Weatherill, Jacques Delors Professor of European Law at the University of Oxford (1998-2021)Examines the legal issues surrounding the semi-integrated market of the European UnionPresents a vision of the European Union which benefits from economic growth and pursues non-economic objectives, whilst balancing respect for Member States' autonom...
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    262,00 €

  • REGULATING EU CAPITAL MARKETS UNION, I
    RÜDIGER VEIL
    Explores codification as a means of achieving a true single EU market for capitalAnalyses the current EU capital markets regime and the role of private enforcementProposes reform for market abuse and corporate disclosure regulationConsiders the significance of investor protection and sustainability in EU capital markets law ...
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    280,80 €

  • TECHNOLOGY IN FINANCIAL MARKETS
    MARCO DELL'ERBA
    An original explanation of the changes brought by technology in multiple areas of finance and economy, including contracts, stock markets, corporations, financial institutions, and central banksA truly dynamic approach based on complexity to navigate the contemporary and future changes emerging in the financial sectorA fully updated comparative approach taking into account Amer...
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    205,95 €

  • OXFORD STUDIES IN AGENCY AND RESPONSIBILITY VOLUME 8
    SANTIAGO AMAYA / DAVID SHOEMAKER / MANUEL VARGAS
    Oxford Studies in Agency and Responsibility is a series of volumes presenting outstanding new work on a set of connected themes, investigating such questions as: · What does it mean to be an agent? · What is the nature of moral responsibility? Of criminal responsibility? What is the relation between moral and criminal responsibility (if any)? · What is the relation between res...
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    149,75 €

  • METHODOLOGY IN PRIVATE LAW THEORY
    THILO KUNTZ / PAUL B MILLER
    Methodology in Private Law Theory: Between New Private Law and Rechtsdogmatik represents a first-of-its-kind dialogue between leading lights in German and American private law theory. The chapters in this volume build upon established traditions of scholarship in German private law and harness resurgent scholarly interest in private law in the United States, inviting readers to...
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    262,00 €

  • ISLAMIC CONTRACT LAW
    ILIAS BANTEKAS / JONATHAN G. ERCANBRACK / UMAR A. OSENI / IKRAM ULLAH
    The first comprehensive treatment of Islamic contract law in the English language, Islamic Contract Law serves as both a reference work and an authoritative statement of the law and the Fiqh underlying it. The book's structure draws from the tradition of western contract law books to enable non-expert readers to easily navigate its structure, sources, and application. It cover...
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    365,00 €

  • TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE, DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE, AND TRANSFORMATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM
    DAVID BILCHITZ / RAISA CACHALIA
    Emerging from national pasts marred by violence, conflict, and injustice, South African and Colombian societies have sought to establish futures founded on equality, democracy, and constitutionalism. Transitional Justice, Distributive Justice, and Transformative Constitutionalism: Comparing Colombia and South Africa offers the first dedicated scholarly comparison of the two cou...
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    206,00 €

  • RETHINKING INVESTMENT LAW
    DAVID SCHNEIDERMAN / GUS VAN HARTEN
    There is no denying that the rules and enforcement mechanisms of investment law and arbitration reach deep into the regulatory and policy space of host states. Investment tribunals have the ability to second-guess all variety of state measures and, in doing so, have displayed a remarkable lack of restraint. Despite investment law's muscularity, without equal in international la...
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    168,50 €

  • ENSURING ACCESS TO COURTS FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS AND REFUGEES
    EMMA DUNLOP
    In Access to Courts for Asylum Seekers and Refugees, Emma Dunlop focuses on the scope and content of article 16 of the 1951 Refugee Convention. Under this article, States are obligated to provide asylum seekers and refugees with access to courts. This obligation entails a requirement to ensure 'effective' access, which may call for accommodations to be made to address individua...
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    205,95 €

  • THE RAILPOLITIK
    YUAN WANG
    The growing presence of China in Africa has drawn increasing scholarly and public attention. With Beijing's announcement of the 'going global' policy in the early 2000s and further institutionalization through the Belt and Road Initiative in 2013, Chinese policy banks and state-owned companies have cooperated with African countries to finance and complete multiple infrastructur...
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    168,45 €

  • BY PEACEFUL MEANS
    CHARLES N. BROWER / ARBITRATOR MEMBER OF TWENTY ESSEX CHAMBERS JUDGE OF THE IRAN-UNITED STATES
    The history of international dispute resolution is long and complex. Peaceful dispute resolution can forestall conflict, promote peace, and provide a framework for co-operation amongst nations. Nowhere is this potential more articulated than in the work of international judge, arbitrator, and professor, David D. Caron (1952-2018). In his work and his scholarship, he modelled ho...
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    280,80 €

  • PUBLIC INTEREST CONSIDERATIONS IN US MERGER CONTROL
    IOANNIS KOKKORIS
    Public Interest Considerations in US Merger Control: An Assessment of National Security and Sectoral Regulators offers a detailed study of the enforcement goals and regulatory framework of merger control assessment in the US. Assessment approaches vary considerably across sectors and Kokkoris explores the different approaches adopted by a range of US regulatory authorities, inc...
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    178,00 €

  • JUSTICE AND MEMORY AFTER DICTATORSHIP
    RALUCA GROSESCU
    After the fall of military and communist dictatorships at the end of the 1980s, Latin American and Eastern European countries had to reckon with atrocities perpetrated by these Cold War regimes. Judges, prosecutors, and human rights campaigners across the two regions constructed novel readings of international criminal law to fight impunity and realize justice for gross human r...
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    168,50 €

  • PUFENDORF'S INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL AND LEGAL THOUGHT
    PETER SCHRÖDERR
    Contemporary research on the genealogy of human rights and the foundations of international law has brought renewed interest to the study of natural law in the early-modern period. German-born Samuel Pufendorf (1632-1694) is one of the eminent thinkers of this tradition, shaping the period's natural jurisprudence. This unique collection of essays edited by historian of politic...
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    168,50 €

  • COHERENCE BETWEEN DATA PROTECTION AND COMPETITION
    KLAUDIA MAJCHER
    In digital markets, data protection and competition law affect each other in diverse and intricate ways. Their entanglement has triggered a global debate on how these two areas of law should interact to effectively address new harms and ensure that the digital economy flourishes. Coherence between Data Protection and Competition Law in Digital Markets offers a blueprint for bri...
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    121,70 €

  • THE EU LAW ENFORCEMENT DIRECTIVE (LED)
    ELENI KOSTA / FRANZISKA BOEHM / FIZ-KARLSRUHE LEIBNIZ INSTITUTE FOR INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE FRANZISKA BOEHM
    The Law Enforcement Directive 2016/680 (LED) is the first legal instrument in the EU which comprehensively regulates the use of personal data by law enforcement authorities, creating a minimum standard of privacy protection across the EU. Together with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), it stands at the heart of the legal reform of the EU's data protection law. Alth...
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    450,00 €

  • GOVERNING CROSS-BORDER DATA FLOWS
    SVETLANA. YAKOVLEVA
    Provides a multidimensional analysis of governance of cross-border data flows from fundamental rights and international trade law perspectivesOffers an up-to-date account of the European Union's (EU) legal framework governing transfers of personal data outside the European Economic Area (EEA)Proposes reform of the EU framework for transfers of personal data outside the EEA to f...
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    205,95 €

  • LAW FOR LEVIATHAN
    DARYL J. LEVINSON
    For the past several centuries of Anglo-American legal thought, law has been paradigmatically understood as the product of the state. The state, operating through the legal and political institutions of its government, imposes law on the people who are its subjects. Over the same centuries, however, the development of international law and constitutional law has made the state ...
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    43,00 €

  • FREE SPEECH AND TURBULENT FREEDOM
    MICHAEL J. GLENNON
    A brisk, practical defense of free speech in America's digital public square that calls on the courts to reject the censors' absolutism, enforce enduring First Amendment principles, and restore a vigorous and robust marketplace of ideas. A vast censorship regime has smothered America's digital marketplace of ideas, squelching free speech on vital policy issues ranging from pub...
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    37,50 €