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European Business Law Review

Volume 23 (2012)

ISSUE 1
'Multi-Party Actions and Complex Litigation in England', Neil Andrews, Issue 1, pp. 1–24
'Thoughts on the American Rule and Contingency Fees', Peter T. Hurst, Issue 1, pp. 25–37
'Costs Shifting and Appeals', Sir Rupert Jackson, Issue 1, pp. 39–41
'Establishing a New Scheme of International Co-Operation for Exchanging Legal Information: Remarks on the Nagoya Project on Business Litigation 2005-2010', Masanori Kawano, Issue 1, pp. 43–48
'A Missed Gem of an Opportunity for the Representative Rule', Rachael Mulheron, Issue 1, pp. 49–60
'Fundamental Values of the Justice System', Shimon Shetreet, Issue 1, pp. 61–75
'The Road To New Street Station: Fact, Fiction and the Overriding Objective', John Sorabji, Issue 1, pp. 77–89
'Securities Class Actions: Anglo-American Comparison and Cross-Border Implications', Masayuki Tamaruya, Issue 1, pp. 91–106
'Judicial Misconduct and Disciplinary Procedures – A Brave New World', Sophie Turenne, Issue 1, pp. 107–119
'The “New Sheriffs” in England And Wales– An Account of the New High Court Enforcement Regime and the Creation of the High Court Enforcement Officers', Robert Turner, Issue 1, pp. 121–126
'Jurisdiction, Procedure and the Transformation of International Law: from Nottebohm to Diallo in the ICJ', Mads Andenas, Issue 1, pp. 127–138

ISSUE 2
'The Role Played by the Legal Profession in the Global Market Context in View of Renewing the Legal Culture', Giuseppe Conte, Issue 2, pp. 139–161
'Non-Harmonized Technical Regulations and the Free Movement of Goods', Karsten Engsig Sørensen, Issue 2, pp. 163–212
'Between the Hammer and the Hard Place: European Gambling Regulation in the Post-Santa Casa Era', Velichko Yanchev, Issue 2, pp. 213–251
'Remedies for the Breach of the Duty to Inform Consumers', Luca Di Donna, Issue 2, pp. 253–256
'Legal Obstacles to Institutional Investor Activism in the EU and in the US', Paolo Santella, Enrico Baffi, Carlo Drago, Dino Lattuca, Issue 2, pp. 257–307
'Contribution of Business Law Reform to Economic Development: Lessons from the Middle East', Abdullah S. Nawafleh, Issue 2, pp. 309–328
'Book Review: J Dalhuisen, Dalhuisen on Transnational Comparative, Commercial, Financial and Trade Law, vol. 1–3 – Introduction – The New Lex Mercatoria and its Sources (vol. 1); Contract and Movable Property Law (vol. 2); Financial Products, Financial Services and Financial Regulation (vol. 3) (4th edn, Oxford,Portland: Hart, 2010)', Maren Heidemann, Issue 2, pp. 329–332

ISSUE 3
'The Italian Banking and Financial Arbitrator between iurisdictio and Strengthening of the Supervisory Function', F. Capriglione, A. Miglionico, Issue 3, pp. 333–346
'The Breaking Off of Negotiations in M&A Operations: Comparative Approach', Alain Couret, Bruno Dondero, Issue 3, pp. 347–373
'Development of Merger Control in Slovakia and Slovenia', Jurgita Malinauskaite, Issue 3, pp. 375–403
'The Allocation of the Burden of Proof in the Area of Producer Responsibility', Luca Di Donna, Issue 3, pp. 403–407
'Reforming European Union Financial Regulation: Thinking through Governance Models', Giuliano G. Castellano, Alain Jeunemaître, Bettina Lange, Issue 3, pp. 409–446
'Book Review: M Andenas and F Wooldridge, European and Comparative Company Law [Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2009]', Maren Heidemann, Issue 3, pp. 447–453

ISSUE 4
'A Tribute to John Anthony Jolowicz (1926-2012)', Neil H Andrews, Issue 4, pp. 455–460
'Ideal Type Organisations and Company Law in Europe', Janice Dean, Issue 4, pp. 461–482
'A European Private Company and Share Transfer Restrictions', Lars-Göran Sund, Jan Andersson, Edward Humphreys, Issue 4, pp. 483–496
'Unfair Commercial Practices: Regulation at Risk', Peter Shears, Issue 4, pp. 497–515
'The Magnitude of EU Fundamental Freedoms: Application of the Freedom of Establishment to the Cross-Border Mergers Directive', Thomas Papadopoulos, Issue 4, pp. 517–546
'Extraterritorial Application of U.S. Securities Law', Milosz Morgut, Issue 4, pp. 547–563
'Comparing Legal Professional Privilege in EU and Lithuanian Law', Tomas Kamblevičius, Edvinas Beikauskas, Issue 4, pp. 565–573

ISSUE 5
'Passive – Aggressive Investments: Minority Shareholdings and Competition Law', Gian Diego Pini, Issue 5, pp. 575–725
'Financing of CCS Demonstration Projects – State Aid, EEPR and NER Funding – An EU and EEA Perspective', Jonas W. Myhre, Issue 5, pp. 727–787
'Reassessing the Rationales for the Takeover Bids Directive’s Board Neutrality Rule', Alexander White, Issue 5, pp. 789–807
'A Promising Solution? Changing the Current Russian Business Climate by Amending the Criminal Code', Alexandra V. Orlova, Issue 5, pp. 809–830
'The Effect of the Principle of Two Levels in Administrative Judgment: On the Principio Della Domanda and Principio Dispositivo', Gianluca Maria Esposito, Issue 5, pp. 831–859

ISSUE 6
'Remedies and Substantive Law – European Dimensions of Economic and Private Law', Mads Andenas, Kåre Lilleholt, Issue 6, pp. 861–912
'Financial Law in a Global Surrounding', Lars Gorton, Issue 6, pp. 913–944
'National Grid Indus: The First Case on Companies’ Exit Taxation', Katerina Pantazatou, Issue 6, pp. 945–972
'The Economic Constitution of the EU Treaty and the Limits between Economic and Non-economic Activities', Vassilis Hatzopoulos, Issue 6, pp. 973–1007
'Promotion of Financial Stability through Structural Regulatory Reforms: Revisiting the Separation of Retail and Investment Banking and Consequences for the Hedge Fund Industry', M Shabir Korotana, Issue 6, pp. 1009–1024
'When Complexity Impairs Disclosure – A Critique of SFC’s Proposal to Strengthen the Disclosure Regime after the Lehman Minibonds Incident in Hong Kong', Will W Shen, Issue 6, pp. 1025–1040
'Editorial Book Review: Iain MacNeil and Justin O’Brien (eds), The Future of Financial Regulation (Oxford: Hart Publishing 2010)', Issue 6, pp. 1041–1042
'Index of Articles', Issue 6, pp. 1043–1046
'Index of Authors', Issue 6, pp. 1047–1049

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