European Review of Private Law

Volume 27 (2019)

ISSUE 1
'A Call for Modesty and Comity', Matthias E. Storme, Issue 1, pp. 1–2
'Remedies for Inequality in Exchange. Comparative Perspectives for the Evolution of the Law in the 21st Century', Aleksander Grebieniow, Issue 1, pp. 3–26
'How to Sanction a Breach of Information Duties of the Consumer Rights Directive?', Leonieke Tigelaar, Issue 1, pp. 27–57
'Mergers, Extraterritorial Jurisdiction and Convergence of EU and US Law', Zia Akhtar, Issue 1, pp. 59–81
'Towards a New Era for the Legal Profession', Laura Bugatti, Issue 1, pp. 83–112
'The Modernization of European Consumer Law: A Pig in a Poke?', Marco B.M. Loos, Issue 1, pp. 113–134
'Another Brick in the Wall: The Court’s Judgment in KdG/ Susan Kuijpers, 17 May 2018 [C-147/16]', Jarich Werbrouck, Issue 1, pp. 135–158
'Book review: The EU Succession Regulation. A Commentary, edited by Alfonso-Luis Calvo Caravaca, Angelo Davì & Heinz-Peter Mansel.', Mariusz Za£Ucki, Issue 1, pp. 159–164
'Book review: The BRICS-Lawyer’s Guide to Global Cooperation, by Rostam J. Neuwirth, Alexandr Svetlicinii & Denis De Castro Halis.', Tim W. Dornis, Issue 1, pp. 165–168
'Book review: The Collaborative Economy and EU Law, by Vassilis Hatzopoulos.', Mateja Durovic, Issue 1, pp. 169–171
'List of Contributors', Issue 1, pp. 173–173

ISSUE 2
'Introduction: Regulating Private Regulators: Understanding the Role of Private Law', Paul Verbruggen, Issue 2, pp. 175–196
'Private Law Regulation of Digital Intermediaries', Dan Wielsch, Issue 2, pp. 197–220
'Towards a Regulatory Private Law Approach for CSR Self- Regulation? The Effect of Private Law on Corporate CSR Strategies', Anna Beckers, Issue 2, pp. 221–243
'Private Law, Conflict of Laws, and a Lex Mercatoria of Standards-Development Organizations', Jorge L. Contreras, Issue 2, pp. 245–267
'Market Access, the New Approach and Private Law', Barend Van Leeuwen, Issue 2, pp. 269–291
'Leveraging Trade Law for Governance Reform: The Impact of the WTO Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade on Private Standard-Setting', Mislav Mataija, Issue 2, pp. 293–317
'Good Governance of Private Standardization and the Role of Tort Law', Paul Verbruggen, Issue 2, pp. 319–352
'Exposing Private Third-Party Food Safety Auditors to Civil Liability for Negligence: Harnessing Private Law Norms to Regulate Private Governance', Timothy D. Lytton, Issue 2, pp. 353–377
'Assessing the Duty of Care for Social Auditors', Tara Van Ho, Carolijn Terwindt, Issue 2, pp. 379–401
'Regulating Certification Bodies in the Field of Medical Devices: The PIP Breast Implants Litigation and Beyond', Carola Glinski, Peter Rott, Issue 2, pp. 403–428
'Tort Law and the Regulation of Classification Societies: Between Public and Private Roles in the Maritime Industry', Jan De Bruyne, Issue 2, pp. 429–450
'List of Contributors', Issue 2, pp. 451–452

ISSUE 3
'Editorial: In memory of Ole Lando', Matthias E. Storme, Issue 3, pp. 453–454
'Private Law Regulation of Innovations and Creditors’ Rights: What We Can Learn from Domain Name Rights for Blockchain Rights', Jan Biemans, Issue 3, pp. 455–483
'The Doctrine of Precontractual Liability Under Chinese Law: A Comparative Outlook', Chuanyan Ding, Issue 3, pp. 485–513
'Why MiFID & MiFID II Do (not) Matter to Private Law: Liability to Compensate for Investment Losses for Breach of Conduct of Business Rules', Marnix Wallinga, Issue 3, pp. 515–556
'The Regulation of Online Reviews in European Consumer Law', Madalena Narciso, Issue 3, pp. 557–581
'Entre la lex causae et les lois de police de la lex fori: quelle alternative pour la protection du logement familial dans le règlement « régimes matrimoniaux »?', Naivi Chikoc Barreda, Issue 3, pp. 583–615
'In a Cage of Law: Liability Imputation System in the Tort Law on Kept Animals – A Chinese–German Comparative Study', Qiang Wang, Issue 3, pp. 617–645
'Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and the Law: Current Research Projects and Unsolved Legal Questions – Report of the first RAILS-Conference on 23 March 2018 in Hannover', Michael Kolain, Issue 3, pp. 647–655
'Book review: Judging Equity: The Fusion of Unclean Hands, by T. Leigh Anenson.', Larry A. Dimatteo, Issue 3, pp. 657–663
'Book review: J von Staudinger Kommentar zum Bürgerlichen Gesetzbuch mit Einführungsgesetz und Nebengesetzen Wiener UN-Kaufrecht (CISG), by T. Ulrich Magnus.', Petra Butler, Issue 3, pp. 665–671
'Book review: Copyright Exhaustion: Law and policy of the United States and the European Union, by Peter Mezei.', Daniel Opoku Acquah, Issue 3, pp. 673–677
'Book review: Obligations: Law and Language, by Martin Hogg.', Geoffrey Samuel, Issue 3, pp. 679–684
'List of Contributors', Issue 3, pp. 685–686

ISSUE 4
'In medias res', André Janssen, Issue 4, pp. 687–687
'Ole Lando', Hugh Beale, Issue 4, pp. 689–693
'The Right to a Compensation In Case Of Long Delay of Flights: A Proposal for a Future Reform', Ricardo Pazos, Issue 4, pp. 695–717
'European Law and Evictions: Property, Proportionality and Vulnerable People', Michel Vols, Issue 4, pp. 719–752
'European-Autonomous Property Rights: Does the EU Operate Its Own Numerus Clausus?', Eveline Ramaekers, Bram Akkermans, Issue 4, pp. 753–783
'Crépuscule des idoles: De la fragmentation du sujet à la fragmentation du contrat', Riccardo Fornasari, Issue 4, pp. 785–822
'Reallocating Gains: A Systematic Approach to Disgorgement of Profits', Kristin Boosfeld, Issue 4, pp. 823–849
'A Right to Repair? Towards Sustainable Remedies in Consumer Law', Evelyne Terryn, Issue 4, pp. 851–873
'Legacy by Vindication Under the EU Succession Regulation No. 650/2012 Following the Kubicka Judgment of the ECJ', Piotr Tereszkiewicz, Anna Wysocka-Bar, Issue 4, pp. 875–894
'Book review: Defences in Contract, edited by Andrew Dyson, James Goudkamp & Fredrick Wilmot-Smith. (Hart Publishing 2017 (Oxford and Portland, Oregon))', Navin G. Ahuja, Issue 4, pp. 895–901
'Book review: China’s One Belt One Road Initiative and Private International Law, edited by Poomintr Sooksripaisarnkit & Sai Ramani Garimella. (Abingdon/Oxon: Routledge 2018)', Lutz-Christian Wolff, Issue 4, pp. 903–905
'Book review: The Future of Collective Redress in Europe: Limitations and Possibilities. A Review of ‘Multi-Party Redress Mechanisms in Europe: Squeaking Mice?’, edited by V. Harsági & C.H. van Rhee.', Pedro Rubim Borges Fortes, Issue 4, pp. 907–931
'17th Annual Conference on European Tort Law, Vienna', Andrew J. Bell, Issue 4, pp. 933–943
'List of Contributors', Issue 4, pp. 945–946

ISSUE 5
'Old Rules and New Technology and the Necessity of Distinguishing', Matthias E Storme, Issue 5, pp. 947–948
'Fighting European ‘Copyright Tourism’: Lessons from Defamation Laws', Milos Novovic, Issue 5, pp. 949–971
'Overriding Mandatory Provisions and Arbitration: A Cadmean Victory for Commercial Agents?', Christian Aschauer, Lukas Klever, Issue 5, pp. 973–984
'Passengers Are Not Automatically Responsible for Fines Imposed on Airlines Estonian Court Declares a Lufthansa Standard Term Unfair', Carri Ginter, Kadri Härginen, Albert Linntam, Issue 5, pp. 985–993
'Contractual Relationships in Collaborative Economy Platforms', Antonio Orti Vallejo, Issue 5, pp. 995–1022
'The Economic and Legal Bases of the Development Risk Defence in European Product Liability: A Critical Approach to Proponents’ Bases of the Defence', Seyyed Rohallah Ghasemzadeh, Issue 5, pp. 1023–1050
'The Qualification of Bitcoins as Documentary Intangibles', Tycho De Graaf, Issue 5, pp. 1051–1073
'Unfair Trading Practices in Food Supply Chains. Regulatory Responses and Institutional Alternatives in the Light of the New EU Directive', Fabrizio Cafaggi, Paola Iamiceli, Issue 5, pp. 1075–1113
'Inheritability of Digital Content under Austrian Law', Joachim Pierer, Issue 5, pp. 1115–1129
'The German Bundesgerichtshof’s Decision on Access to the Facebook Account of Your Deceased Child from a Belgian Law Point of View', Dr. K.K.E.C.T. Swinnen, Issue 5, pp. 1131–1148
'Digital Afterlife Under Dutch Law: The German Case on Inheriting a Facebook Account from a Dutch Perspective', Valérie Tweehuysen, Issue 5, pp. 1149–1158
'Digital Content of the Inheritance: Remarks on the Judgment of the German Federal Court of Justice (BGH) of 12 July 2018 from the Standpoint of Spanish Law', Susana Navas, Issue 5, pp. 1159–1168
'Das digitale Erbe im Spannungsfeld von Persönlichkeitsrechten, Fernmeldegeheimnis und Datenschutz in Deutschland', Alexandra Indra Seifert, Issue 5, pp. 1169–1180
'Digital Inheritance and Post Mortem Data Protection: The Italian Reform', Francesco Paolo Patti, Francesca Bartolini, Issue 5, pp. 1181–1194
'Inheritance of the Social Media Accounts in Poland', Mateusz Grochowski, Issue 5, pp. 1195–1206
'Seminar Report: Innovating International Business Courts, 10 July 2018, Erasmus University Rotterdam', Georgia Antonopoulou, Erlis Themeli, Issue 5, pp. 1207–1214
'List of Contributors', Issue 5, pp. 1215–1216

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