European Tort Law 2005

European Tort Law 2005



Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783211311356
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
Publication date: 12/22/2006
Series: Tort and Insurance Law / Tort and Insurance Law - Yearbooks Series , #2005
Edition description: 1ST
Pages: 723
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.70(d)

Table of Contents

From the contents:
Essays: Liability for Failure to Regulate Health and Safety Risks (Willem H. van Boom/Andrea Pinna); Foreseeing Liability for Breach of EC Law. Reflections on the ECJ’s Differing Notions of Illegality (Matthias Cornils); State Liability in Times of Budgetary Crisis (Jörg Fedtke); The Impact of the Jury on American Tort Law (Michael D. Green); Public Liability in Comparison – England, France, Germany (Robert Rebhahn); Tortious Liability of Regulatory Authorities (Alessandro P. Scarso).- Reports: Austria (Barbara C. Steininger); Belgium (Isabelle C. Durant); Czech Republic (Jirí Hrádek); Denmark (Vibe Ulfbeck/Søren Bergenser); England and Wales (Ken Oliphant); Estonia (Irene Kull); Finland (Suvianna Hakalehto-Wainio); France (Olivier Moréteau); Germany (Jörg Fedtke); Greece (Eugenia Dacoronia); Hungary (Attila Menyhárd); Ireland (Eoin Quill); Italy (Elena Bargelli); Latvia (Agris Bitans); Lithuania (Herkus Gabartas/Milda Lauciene); The Netherlands (Michael Faure/Ton Hartlief); Norway (Bjarte Askeland); Poland (Ewa Baginska); Portugal (André G. Dias Pereira); Slovakia (Anton Dulak); Slovenia (Rok Lampe); Spain (Jordi Ribot/Albert Ruda); Sweden (Håkan Andersson); Switzerland (Peter Loser); European Union (Bernhard A. Koch); Comparative Overview (Bernhard A. Koch).- Other Contributions: Bulgaria (Christian Takoff); The Project of Harmonizing European Tort Law (Gerhard Wagner).- Contributors.- Index.- Publications.

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