European Business Law Review

Volume 21 (2010)

'Future of Family Contracts, Comparative Law and European Law', Guido Alpa, Issue 1, pp. 1–13
'The Misuse of a European Company according to Article 11 of the Directive 2001/86/EC', Adam Sagan, Issue 1, pp. 15–41
'Alternative Resolution Techniques in Banking Disputes', Mirella Pellegrini, Issue 1, pp. 43–50
'The Approach of Conflicts of Interests in the Framework of European Business Community Law', Alain Couret, Issue 1, pp. 51–66
'Anti-Usury and Consumer Bankruptcy Regulation – A Trade-Off? (an Attempt at Regulatory Impact Assessment)', Włodzimierz Szpringer, Issue 1, pp. 67–80
'Quelle case: The Directive on the Sale of Consumer Goods at the European Court of Justice', Giovanna Capilli, Issue 1, pp. 81–88
'Outsourcing in the Financial Services Industry', Alessandra Chirico, Issue 1, pp. 89–100

'Divorce and Death in the Family Firm – A Business Law Perspective', Lars-Göran Sund, Hanna Almlöf, Kajsa Haag, Issue 2, pp. 101–118
'Party Autonomy and Freedom of Contract Today', Guido Alpa, Issue 2, pp. 119–141
'Should the EU be Attempting to Harmonise National Systems of Labour Law?', Phil Syrpis, Issue 2, pp. 143–163
'Host States and Sovereign Wealth Funds, between National Security and International Law', Fabio Bassan, Issue 2, pp. 165–201
'Comparative Law and European Harmonisation – a Match Made in Heaven or Uneasy Bedfellows?', Dagmar Schiek, Issue 2, pp. 203–225
'International Commercial Harmonisation and National Resistance – The Development and Reform of Transnational Commercial Law and its Application within National Legal Culture', Maren Heidemann, Issue 2, pp. 227–244
'The Cross-Border Transfer of the Seat after Cartesio and the Non-Portable Nationality of the Company', Vittoria Petronella, Issue 2, pp. 245–265

'Editorial: International Prize in Law Awarded to Lord Bingham at the Institut de France, Paris', Mads Andenas, Issue 3, pp. 267–268
'Liability for Executives in Russian Companies with Limited Liability and Russian Joint Stock Companies', Jonas C Heli, Issue 3, pp. 269–344
'Current Corporate Governance Developments in Austria', Manfred Grünanger, Issue 3, pp. 345–368
'Harmonisation in Competition Law in the Context of Globalisation', Jurgita Malinauskaite, Issue 3, pp. 369–397
'Public Procurement Issues in the European Union', Marc Frilet, Florent Lager, Issue 3, pp. 399–412
'The Cross-Border Transfer of Seat in European Company Law: A Deliberation about the Status Quo and the Fate of the Real Seat Doctrine', Nadja Kubat Erk, Issue 3, pp. 413–450
'Regulators and Rules – President Obama’s Reforms vs Europe’s Reforms', Giovanna de Minico, Issue 3, pp. 451–461

'Editorial: Remembering Lord Slynn', Mads Andenas, Issue 4, pp. 463–464
'Global Norm Convergence: Capital Markets in U.S. and E.U. Law', Eric Engle, Issue 4, pp. 465–490
'Bail Out Plans: Do They Really Envision State Exit and Bank Repayments? A View from a Competitive Assessment Perspective', Costanza A. Russo, Issue 4, pp. 491–517
'Interpreting the Boundaries of Collective Dominance in Article 102 TFEU', Félix E. Mezzanotte, Issue 4, pp. 519–537
'Regulation and the Role of Law in Economic Crisis', Ioannis Glinavos, Issue 4, pp. 539–557
'Corporate Governance and the Importance of Societal and Cultural Factors: An Argument Against Calling Time on UK Boardroom Rules', Daniel Attenborough, Issue 4, pp. 559–572
'Plotting the Boundaries of Associative Discrimination', Georgina Andrews, Issue 4, pp. 573–580

'Editorial: Special Issue on the Commission’s “Single Market Review”', Arianna Andreangeli, Michael Dougan, Issue 5, pp. 581–586
'Buying Legitimacy? The Commission’s Proposal on Consumer Rights', Thomas Ackermann, Issue 5, pp. 587–602
'The 2007–09 Banking Crisis and the EU’s Regulatory Response', Anu Arora, Issue 5, pp. 603–627
'The Ebb and Flow, the Doldrums and the Raging Tide: Single Market Law’s Ebb and Flow over Services of General Economic Interest, the Legal Doldrums over Services of General Interest, and the Raging Tide of Article 106(2) (ex Art 86(2)) over State Aid & Public Procurement', Dermot Cahill, Issue 5, pp. 629–662
'The Single Market as a Global Export Brand: Exporting the Single Market', Marise Cremona, Issue 5, pp. 663–680
'Settling Dust? Reflections on the Judgments in Viking and Laval', Niamh Nic Shuibhne, Issue 5, pp. 681–703
'Shifting Narratives in the European Internal Market: Efficient Restrictions of Trade and the Nature of “Economic” Integration', Ioannis Lianos, Issue 5, pp. 705–760

'EU and Marine Resource Management', Per Christiansen, Issue 6, pp. 761–782
'The “Abuse of Rights” in EU Company Law and EU Tax Law: A Re-reading of the ECJ Case Law and the Quest for a Unitary Notion', Luca Cerioni, Issue 6, pp. 783–813
'The Right to Adequate Housing, Family Home and the Protection of Family Investments', Maria Cecilia Paglietti, Issue 6, pp. 815–825
'Money Laundering Regulation in Nigeria: The Problems with Enforcement, the British Connection & Global Efforts', Chioma Amobi, Issue 6, pp. 827–855
'Beyond Tulips and Cheese: Exporting Mass Securities Claim Settlements from The Netherlands', Tomas Arons, Willem H. van Boom, Issue 6, pp. 857–883
'Book Review: European Community Law of State Aid, edited by Kelyn Baco. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009)', Pierre-Emmanuel Dupont, Issue 6, pp. 885–887
'Book Review: Independent Power Projects in Developing Countries: Legal Investment Protection and Consequences for Development, by Henrik M Inadomi. (London and The Hague: Kluwer Law International, 2009)', Lars Gorton, Issue 6, pp. 889–891
'Index of Articles', Issue 6, pp. 893–896
'Index of Authors', Issue 6, pp. 897–900

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