RSS Builder by B!Soft Europa Law Publishing; new publications https://www.europalawpublishing.com/EN/ This feed will keep you updated of all our forthcoming and new publications. en-us ELP Europa Law Publishing; new publications https://www.europalawpublishing.com/EN/ https://www.europalawpublishing.com/images/rss_elp_2.png 144 167 <![CDATA[ Mededingingsrecht (derde druk) (Verwacht: April 2018) ]]> Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:45:16 +0100 Published: Mededingingsrecht (derde druk) (Verwacht: April 2018) door H.H.B. Vedder 

Het mededingingsrecht wordt steeds belangrijker in de economie en speelt daarom ook een belangrijke rol in de diverse juridische opleidingen. Dit boek wil studenten op gevorderd bachelors en mastersniveau een goede inleiding op het mededingingsrecht geven. Daarbij wordt aandacht besteed aan het economische en politieke krachtenveld waarin het mededingingsrecht wordt toegepast. Behalve een duidelijke uiteenzetting van het geldende recht (Artikel 101 - 108 Werkingsverdrag, Concentratiecontroleverordening en Mededingingswet) geeft de auteur ook zijn beredeneerde mening over de onopgeloste problemen binnen het mededingingsrecht, waarmee zij de kritische analyse van dit rechtsgebied willen stimuleren. Deze benadering maakt het boek ook geschikt voor advocaten en andere beoefenaars van het mededingingsrecht die behoefte hebben aan een gedegen en kritische analyse van het recht. Over de auteurHans Vedder is als hoogleraar economisch ordeningsrecht verbonden aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen en is Raadsheer-plaatsvervanger bij het Gerechtshof Leeuwarden.

Details Mededingingsrecht (derde druk)  author H.H.B. Vedder  publication 2018-04-15   edition Paperback 300p  isbn 9789089521897  price € 44,- 

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<![CDATA[ Environmental Protection by the Black Sea Commission (Just Published!) ]]> Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:45:16 +0100 Published: Environmental Protection by the Black Sea Commission (Just Published!) door Nina Khuchua 

About the book Since the 1970s, the Black Sea has been suffering a severe pollution from excessive input of nutrients and chemicals. To improve the situation, the Convention on the Protection of the Black Sea Against Pollution (Bucharest Convention) was signed in 1992 and the Black Sea Commission (BSC) was established. Environmental protection by the Black Sea Commission: Organisation and performance in comparison with the Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission (HELCOM) provides a comprehensive up-to-date analysis of the BSC’s role as a regional actor in the environmental protection of the Black Sea, addressing the following main questions: What are the main (institutional and regulatory) challenges and obstacles for the effective functioning of the BSC and how can they be overcome? What is the current and future role of the BSC as a regional player for the protection of the Black Sea? What possibilities and potential does the BSC have to promote the harmonization of national legal frameworks in relevant areas? The research is based on a comparative analysis with Helsinki Commission (HELCOM) which has been a renowned environmental protection actor in the Baltic Sea region for more than 40 years. About the author Nina Khuchua is Environmental Policy Expert at InterSus – Sustainability Services (Berlin, Germany). She studied at University of Bremen, Forschungsstelle für Europäisches Umweltrecht.

Details Environmental Protection by the Black Sea Commission  author Nina Khuchua  publication 2018-01-01   edition Paperback 242p  isbn 9789089522009  price € 48,- 

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<![CDATA[ The Impact of the Mortgage Credit Directive in Europe (Just Published!) ]]> Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:52:41 +0100 Published: The Impact of the Mortgage Credit Directive in Europe (Just Published!) door Miriam Anderson ; Esther Arroyo Amayuelas 

How has European Private Law responded to the property and mortgage markets crisis? And in what way is this reaction likely to model domestic systems? The financial and economic crisis that has marked the beginning of the century has had a devastating effect on the property and mortgage markets in many Member States of the European Union. Despite this, the European legislator took its time to respond. This book analyses the impact of the Mortgage Credit Directive (Directive 2014/17) in twelve different jurisdictions: Belgium, England, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal and Spain. The reports show how in some instances only certain products (such as foreign currency loans) or practices (irresponsible lending, homeownership promoting policies, the use of unfair terms) were factors that triggered the property crash; in other cases, the system completely failed to address an exceptional situation and, finally, in some instances, prudent lending explains why the market was virtually not hit at all. This book aims to find out whether the two goals of Directive 2014/17 (financial sector stability and enhanced consumer protection) can be achieved in light of its provisions and of the transposition carried out by the different Member States, and whether the changes it introduces have a significant impact in the jurisdictions here considered. Some systems are already showing signs of yet another property bubble. There is room for hope: perhaps we have learned from the past, perhaps the Directive is a step forward, but more importantly this book shows that we can learn from each other.

Details The Impact of the Mortgage Credit Directive in Europe  author Miriam Anderson ; Esther Arroyo Amayuelas  publication 2018-01-01   edition Paperback 460p  isbn 9789089521989  price € 95,- 

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<![CDATA[ The Making of a New European Legal Culture: The Aarhus Convention. (Just Published!) ]]> Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:45:16 +0100 Published: The Making of a New European Legal Culture: The Aarhus Convention. (Just Published!) door Roberto Caranta, Anna Gerbrandy, Bilun Müller (eds.) 

The Aarhus Convention entered into force more than 20 years ago. It lays down the pillars of environmental democracy, that is a governance systems where citizens and civil society organisations are fully involved in the decisions affecting the environment we all live in. On the one hand the Convention drew on the experience of those jurisdictions where environmental concerns run deeper. On the other hand, once enacted, it was expected to bring about important changes in those jurisdictions which were less sensible to these issues. As such, the Convention is an ideal testing ground upon where to study how legal principles, rules and institutions behave once they are moved from one jurisdiction to another and how the recipient jurisdiction reacts at receiving a transplant. The analysis from a legal cultural approach the law in the EU and 8 Member States provides a much richer picture about how the Aarhus Convention has been implement and what are the legal cultural enablers and obstacles to the full development of environmental democracy in different jurisdictions. Additionally, the research assesses how far is a common European legal culture developing in core areas not just of environmental, but of administrative and to a large extent of constitutional law? The book provides an updated coverage of the implementation of the Aarhus Convention at both EU level and in a relevant number of Member States and will be useful to academics and practitioners alike. About the editorsRoberto Caranta is Professor of Administrative law at Turin University. Anna Gerbrandy professor of Competition Law at the Europa Institute of Utrecht University School of Law, the Netherlands. Dr. Bilun Müller, LL.M. (Bruges) works at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Berlin.

Details The Making of a New European Legal Culture: The Aarhus Convention.  author Roberto Caranta, Anna Gerbrandy, Bilun Müller (eds.)  publication 2018-01-01   edition Paperback 467p  isbn 9789089521903  price € 68,- 

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<![CDATA[ Protection of Immovable Cultural Heritage Properties in Terms of Climate Change (Just published!) ]]> Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:45:16 +0100 Published: Protection of Immovable Cultural Heritage Properties in Terms of Climate Change (Just published!) door Tamara Gajinov & Zoltan Vig 

This monograph gives a comprehensive overview of international and Serbian activities and measures that promote the importance of safeguarding cultural heritage and their horizontal integration with the areas of environmental protection, spatial planning and risk management issues in emergency situations. An inter-sectoral approach creates conditions for more expedient actions, but also makes the basis for the creation of public policies and adequate legislation in this area. A critical review of the current legal and strategic framework provides policymakers guidance for reducing harmful climate impacts on the state of cultural monuments in the world and in Serbia. Such aspirations are achievable through the promotion of international cooperation, strengthening of institutional capacity, creation of adequate study programmes and supporting scientific and technological innovations.All in all, future policies of adaptation should give more space to the protection of cultural property. Thus their quality and capacity will be improved, in order to preserve important social values in terms of contemporary challenges and increasingly frequent extreme weather conditions.

Details Protection of Immovable Cultural Heritage Properties in Terms of Climate Change  author Tamara Gajinov & Zoltan Vig  publication 2017-09-21   edition Paperback 156p  isbn 9789089521927  price € 45,- 

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<![CDATA[ The Maastricht Collection (5th ed.) Volumes 1-4 (Just published; Free shipping!) ]]> Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:52:39 +0100 Published: The Maastricht Collection (5th ed.) Volumes 1-4 (Just published; Free shipping!) door S. Hardt & N. Kornet 

The Maastricht Collection comprises a broad selection of legal instruments and provisions that have proven to be particularly relevant and useful to students and practitioners of international, European, and comparative law. The compilation is based on the Maastricht University Law School’s longstanding expertise in teaching and researching European, international, and comparative national law. It includes codes and statutory law from France, Germany, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom, international treaties, as well as legal instruments of the European Union. The provisions contained in The Maastricht Collection are reproduced in the original English or in the authentic English version, where applicable, or they are freshly translated under critical editorship. Existing translations of written law, including officious translations available on government websites, often seek to turn old-fashioned or ambiguous original texts into modern and elegant English. Or, instead of translating, they seek to explain how certain terms and formulations are interpreted in practice. The translations in The Maastricht Collection remain as faithful as possible to the content and linguistic style of the original, thus allowing the reader not only to appreciate the substance but also the authentic form of legal sources. The fifth edition of The Maastricht Collection constitutes not only a full revision and update of the fourth edition, but also comprises many important additions, aiming to further enhance its value as a resource in teaching and research. Due to the significant expansion of the collection, this new edition has been divided into four reader-friendly volumes:• Vol. I - International and European Law (ISBN 9789089521941)• Vol. II - Comparative Public Law (ISBN 9789089521958)• Vol. III - International and European Private Law (ISBN 9789089521965)• Vol. IV - Comparative Private Law (ISBN 9789089521972)The four volumes of The Maastricht Collection are available both individually and as a complete set. About the editorsSascha Hardt is Assistant Professor of comparative constitutional law at Maastricht University. Nicole Kornet is Senior Lecturer in private law at Maastricht University.

Details The Maastricht Collection (5th ed.) Volumes 1-4  author S. Hardt & N. Kornet  publication 2017-09-05   edition Paperback 2341p  isbn 9789089521934  price € 95,- 

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<![CDATA[ Maastricht Collection Vol. I - International and European Law ]]> Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:47:16 +0100 Published: Maastricht Collection Vol. I - International and European Law door S. Hardt & N. Kornet 

About the bookThis volume of the Maastricht Collection (5th edition) comprises a broad selection of legal instruments and provisions on International and European Law. About the editorsSascha Hardt is Assistant Professor of comparative constitutional law at Maastricht University. Nicole Kornet is Senior Lecturer in private law at Maastricht University. This book is available via 1boek.nl

Details Maastricht Collection Vol. I - International and European Law  author S. Hardt & N. Kornet  publication 2017-08-21   edition Paperback 1081p  isbn 9789089521941  price € 40,- 

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<![CDATA[ Maastricht Collection Vol. II - Comparative Public Law ]]> Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:45:16 +0100 Published: Maastricht Collection Vol. II - Comparative Public Law door S. Hardt & N. Kornet 

About the bookThis volume of the Maastricht Collection (5th edition) comprises a broad selection of legal instruments and provisions on Comparative Public Law. About the editorsSascha Hardt is Assistant Professor of comparative constitutional law at Maastricht University. Nicole Kornet is Senior Lecturer in private law at Maastricht University. This book can be ordered via 1boek.nl

Details Maastricht Collection Vol. II - Comparative Public Law  author S. Hardt & N. Kornet  publication 2017-08-21   edition Paperback 281p  isbn 9789089521958  price € 25,- 

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<![CDATA[ Maastricht Collection Vol. III - International and European Private Law ]]> Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:45:16 +0100 Published: Maastricht Collection Vol. III - International and European Private Law door S. Hardt & N. Kornet 

About the bookThis volume of the Maastricht Collection (5th edition) comprises a broad selection of legal instruments and provisions on International and European Private Law. About the editorsSascha Hardt is Assistant Professor of comparative constitutional law at Maastricht University. Nicole Kornet is Senior Lecturer in private law at Maastricht University. This book can be ordered via 1boek.nl

Details Maastricht Collection Vol. III - International and European Private Law  author S. Hardt & N. Kornet  publication 2017-08-21   edition Paperback 655p  isbn 9789089521965  price € 30,- 

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<![CDATA[ Maastricht Collection Vol. IV - Comparative Private Law ]]> Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:45:16 +0100 Published: Maastricht Collection Vol. IV - Comparative Private Law door S. Hardt & N. Kornet 

This volume of the Maastricht Collection (5th edition) comprises a broad selection of legal instruments and provisions on comparative private law. Sascha Hardt is Assistant Professor of comparative constitutional law at Maastricht University. Nicole Kornet is Senior Lecturer in private law at Maastricht University. This book can be ordered via 1boek.nl

Details Maastricht Collection Vol. IV - Comparative Private Law  author S. Hardt & N. Kornet  publication 2017-08-21   edition Paperback   isbn 9789089521972  price € 25,- 

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<![CDATA[ The Procedural Aspects of the Application of Competition Law ]]> Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:52:54 +0100 Published: The Procedural Aspects of the Application of Competition Law door Csongor István Nagy 

Although substantive competition law has been largely “Europeanized”, procedural law comes, for the most part, under the autonomy of the Member States and, for a long time, thinking on the procedural aspects of competition law’s application had not been in the focus of the European scholarship. Nonetheless, recently, “procedure” became one of the most topical issues of European competition law and came to the fore of the scholarly discourse. This edited volume addresses the above subject’s pan-European framework and its Central European perspectives with the purpose of channelling the region’s experiences into the European discourse. The book’s first part (Section 1) examines the general issues of the procedural aspects of competition law’s application, while Sections 2 and 3 analyse the administrative competition procedure (and judicial review) and the legal consequences of breaching competition rules in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia. About the editorDr. Csongor István Nagy Ph.D., LL.M., S.J.D, dr. juris is an associate professor in Hungary, the leader of the Federal Markets “Momentum” Research Group at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the head of the Department of Private International Law at the University of Szeged and an attorney-at-law admitted to the Budapest Bar. Furthermore, he is visiting professor at the Central European University, at the Sapientia University of Transylvania and at the Riga Graduate School of Law.

Details The Procedural Aspects of the Application of Competition Law  author Csongor István Nagy  publication 2016-09-01   edition Paperback 372p  isbn 9789089521873  price € 68,- 

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<![CDATA[ The Model Rules on EU Administrative Procedures: Adjucation ]]> Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:45:16 +0100 Published: The Model Rules on EU Administrative Procedures: Adjucation door Matthias Ruffert 

In various European countries, debates on the transformation of administrative law are held from a national perspective and with different intensity. Given the considerable effects such a discussion may have on the methods of administrative legal scholarship, an analysis of these developments in a European context promises valuable results. For this purpose, a long term transnational exchange of ideas – between administrative law scholars from England, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Sweden, was initiated in 2005 in Dornburg Castle and then continued with meetings in London (2007), Paris (2009) and Dornburg Castle again (2012). The fifth workshop took place in Rome in April 2015. This time, the group considered a proposal for codification, the Model Rules of the Research Network on European Administrative Law (ReNEUAL). It analysed the Third Book of the Model Rules on single administrative decisions in particular. About the editor The editor Matthias Ruffert is Professor of Public Law and European Law, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany. He initiated the group and is co-leading it with Pascale Gonod, Université de Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne, and Andrew Le Sueur, Queen Mary College, University of London.

Details The Model Rules on EU Administrative Procedures: Adjucation  author Matthias Ruffert  publication 2016-05-25   edition Paperback 200p  isbn 9789089521859  price € 62,- 

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<![CDATA[ Omgevingsrecht (5e druk) ]]> Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:49:16 +0100 Published: Omgevingsrecht (5e druk) door M.N. Boeve; F.A.G. Groothuijse e.a. 

Het omgevingsrecht regelt de ordening en de bescherming van onze leefomgeving. Het gaat dan om het milieurecht, het natuurbeschermingsrecht, het ruimtelijk bestuursrecht, het waterrecht en de samenhang daartussen. Dit boek bevat de hoofdlijnen van het omgevingsrecht. Stapsgewijs wordt de lezer door het omgevingsrecht geleid, waarbij de doorwerking van het Europese omgevingsrecht op structurele wijze bij de verschillende onderwerpen wordt meegenomen. Vanzelfsprekend is er ook aandacht voor de handhaving van het omgevingsrecht en de rechtsbescherming tegen omgevingsrechtelijke besluiten. Deze druk is geheel geactualiseerd en aangepast aan recente ontwikkelingen in wetgeving, jurisprudentie en praktijk. Daarbij is de Wet natuurbescherming, die per 1 januari 2017 in werking zal treden, meegenomen. Tevens is een hoofdstuk gewijd aan het wetsvoorstel Omgevingswet, dat op het moment van schrijven bij de Eerste Kamer lag. Hoewel inwerkingtreding van deze wet zeker niet vóór 2018 wordt verwacht, is er gelet op het grote belang van deze wetgevingsoperatie voor gekozen om in dit boek de hoofdlijnen van de Omgevingswet te beschrijven. Dit boek is primair bedoeld voor studenten op gevorderd bachelor- en masterniveau, maar kan zeker ook van nut zijn voor de rechtspraktijk. Alle auteurs zijn (oud-)medewerkers van het Amsterdam Centre for Environmental Law and Sustainability/Centrum voor Milieurecht van de Universiteit van Amsterdam.

Details Omgevingsrecht (5e druk)  author M.N. Boeve; F.A.G. Groothuijse e.a.  publication 2016-04-22   edition Paperback 480p  isbn 9789089521842  price € 42,- 

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<![CDATA[ National Procedural Autonomy Revisited ]]> Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:48:14 +0100 Published: National Procedural Autonomy Revisited door Franziska Grashof 

In this book, Franziska Grashof reconsiders one of the leading principles of European administrative law: the principle of national procedural autonomy. Her work shows that due to different national administrative litigation rules, common European rules are enforced in a fragmented manner. This is illustrated with the example of the judicial enforcement of Directive 2011/92/EU on environmental impact assessment for projects in the legal systems of Germany, England and the Netherlands. Under the same rule of Union law, litigants are treated procedurally unequally, there are different enforcement chances, and judges come to different conclusions not because of diverging interpretations of the law, but because of different administrative litigation rules. Subsequently, it is discussed whether it is necessary, desirable and possible to develop common rules of administrative litigation (in environmental matters) in the Union. It is argued, that by means of the instruments which are available in the Union - specifically legislation, jurisprudence, and comparative scholarship - a more precise common standard for administrative litigation (in environmental matters) should be created, so that the principle is: ubi ius europaeum, ibi remedium europaeum. Franziska Grashof (*1988, Aachen, Germany) has studied international, European and comparative law at Maastricht University (The Netherlands). Besides writing her Ph.D. thesis, she has been studying national law in Germany.

Details National Procedural Autonomy Revisited  author Franziska Grashof  publication 2016-02-24   edition Paperback 324p  isbn 9789089521804  price € 64,- 

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<![CDATA[ Property and Environmental Protection in Europe ]]> Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:45:16 +0100 Published: Property and Environmental Protection in Europe door Gerd Winter (ed.) 

Imagine a factory that pollutes the air. If government closes it down, can the operator allege undue encroachment on his property? If government remains inactive, can the neighboring farmer demand that his/her property must be protected? The two questions point to two dimensions of interrelation between environmental concerns and property interests. Property is either used as a barrier to or as a quest for environmental protection. This book examines how the weighing up of property and environmental protection interests is determined by law. It discusses solutions found in EU Member States and the EU looking both at regulatory and constitutional law. It is based on national reports guided by a common list of questions. Cross-cutting contributions highlight commonalities and differences with a view to develop a European ius commune. This is framed by analyses of the pertinent jurisdiction of the European Court of Human Rights, of the Court of Justice of the EU, and of Investor-State Arbitration. About the editorProf. Winter is professor for public law, European law and the sociology of law. He is Director of the Research Unit for European Environmental Law (FEU)in the Department of Law, University of Bremen and one of the founding members of the Avosetta Group. 

Details Property and Environmental Protection in Europe  author Gerd Winter (ed.)  publication 2016-01-01   edition Paperback 363p  isbn 9789089521675  price € 68,- 

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