Liber Memorialis Petar Sarcevic: Universalism, Tradition and the Individual

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This vast collection of scholarly writings examines a wide range of legal topics, including for example: European Private International Law of Obligations and Internal Market Legislation: A Matter of Coordination -- Balancing Sovereignty and Party Autonomy in Private International Law -- Parenthood for Same-Sex Couples: Challenges of Private International Law from a Scandinavian Perspective -- The Use of Unpublished Opinions on Relocation Law by the California Courts of Appeal: Hiding the Evidence? -- Spousal ...
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Overview

This vast collection of scholarly writings examines a wide range of legal topics, including for example: European Private International Law of Obligations and Internal Market Legislation: A Matter of Coordination -- Balancing Sovereignty and Party Autonomy in Private International Law -- Parenthood for Same-Sex Couples: Challenges of Private International Law from a Scandinavian Perspective -- The Use of Unpublished Opinions on Relocation Law by the California Courts of Appeal: Hiding the Evidence? -- Spousal Support after Divorce under American Family Law: An Attempt to Contribute to the Alimony Debate -- Working with Children: The Balance between the Protection of Children and the Right to Work with Children -- Changing Parenthood after Divorce -- The Contribution of the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules to International Commercial Arbitration -- Universalism and Tradition: The Use of Non-binding Principles in International Commercial Law -- Problems in the Implementation of WTO Law in the People's Republic of China -- Notes on the Pellegrini Judgment of the European Court of Human Rights -- Professional Traditions: The Reciprocating Ethics of Jurist and Judge
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783935808828
  • Publisher: Sellier European Law Publishers
  • Publication date: 6/15/2006
  • Pages: 663
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.50 (h) x 1.80 (d)

Table of Contents

I limiti territoriali della Convenzione di Bruxelles secondo la sentenza Owusu 3
European private international law of obligations and internal market legislation - a matter of coordination 13
Dead or alive? - the status of missing disaster victims in Swedish substantive and private international law 25
Balancing sovereignty and party autonomy in private international law 35
Finding the applicable law of the contract in England 53
Updating private international law? : the Belgian experiment 65
Parenthood for same-sex couples : challenges of private international law from a Scandinavian perspective 75
Employee's invention and the right to obtain foreign patents : current trends in Japanese law from a comparative perspective 93
General provisions on the conflict of laws in the Belgian code of private international law (2004) 111
Direct actions and conflict of laws in maritime disputes 135
Der Weg zur Vergemeinschaftung des Internationalen Privat- und Verfahrensrechts - eine Skizze 171
Integrite phyisque entre universalite et particularisme religieux : cas de la circoncision masculine et feminine 191
The use of unpublished opinions on relocation law by the California courts of appeal : hiding the evidence? 225
Rights over the family home on cohabitation breakdown - the legal response in England and Wales 243
Friendship 265
Entwicklungen des Kindschaftsrechts in Deutschland 279
Spousal support after divorce under American family law : an attempt to contribute to the alimony debate 289
Japanese family law : changing families and reforming family law 305
Divorce and the quality of life in Italy 315
Working with children the balance between the protection of children and the right to work with children : the role of the care standards tribunal in England and Wales 325
Marriage and partnership in the Brussels Ila regulation 335
Changing parenthood after divorce 345
Can you hear the prayer of the children? : the quest to make the world safer for children and families 371
The contribution of the UNCITRAL arbitration rules to international commercial arbitration 389
La cessione internazionale dei crediti e il factoring internazionale 401
The arbitrability of disputes concerning the termination of distribution agreements under Belgian law in light of European community law 411
Fundamental breach of contract under the UN sales convention : 25 years of article 25 CISG 439
Moving through tradition towards universalism under the U.N. sales convention (CISG) : notice of lack of conformity (article 39) and burden of proof in the Bundesgerichtshof opinion of 30 June 2004 457
Universalism and tradition : the use of non-binding principles in international commercial law 471
Problems in the implementation of WTO law in the People's Republic of China 483
Versailler Vertrag und Konkursrecht Eine Reminiszenz an die Rechtsprechung der Tribunaux Arbitraux Mixtes 493
The nostalgic citizen, the omnipresent state, and the difficult emergence of capitalism in the provision of public services 531
State immunity and other norms of international law : possible methods of accommodation 545
The parochial nation-state and international law 565
Notes on the Pellegrini judgment of the European Court of human rights 575
Financial transparency in consumer credit contracts from the perspective of European and Croatian law 585
Freedom of education 603
Risikoverteilung bei der Kreditkartenzahlung im Telephoneoder Mailorderverfahren nach der deutschen Rechtsprechung 613
Data protection in the Swiss federal administration 623
Professional traditions : the reciprocating ethics of jurist and judge 641
Harmonisation with the acquis communautaire : obligation and opportunity to improve national competition law 649
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