Journal of European Consumer and Market Law

Volume 4 (2015)

'Editorial', Issue 1/2, pp. 1–2
'Branding Pro-Consumer Contracts: Developing a New Consumer Protection Technique in Light of the CESL Proposal', Stefano Pellegrino, Issue 1/2, pp. 3–12
'Codification: The Future of English Consumer Law?', Christine Riefa, Issue 1/2, pp. 12–20
'Unfair Business-to-Microenterprise Commercial Practices: The Italian Solution in the European Context – The Extended Scope of Application of UCP Directive’s Implementing Provisions', Giovanni De Cristofaro, Issue 1/2, pp. 20–29
'Responsible Lending in Estonian and Norwegian Law', Piia Kalamees, Kåre Lilleholt, Karin Sein, Issue 1/2, pp. 29–38
'Article 6 Rome I and Conflict of Laws in EU Directives', Stefan Leible, Issue 1/2, pp. 39–43
'Two Current Civil Law Issues of Consumer Protection – European and Bulgarian Aspects', Angel Shopov, Issue 1/2, pp. 44–47
'Competition and Access to the Market: A Need for a Special Regulation in Online Service Supplying?', Marco Cian, Issue 1/2, pp. 47–49
'Standardisation of Online Dispute Resolution Services: Towards a More Technological Approach', Christoph Busch, Simon Reinhold, Issue 1/2, pp. 50–58
'EuCML Reports', Filip Wejman, Issue 1/2, pp. 59–67
'Book Reviews', Alberto De Franceschi, Issue 1/2, pp. 68–68
'EuCML Notices', Christian Piroutek, Issue 1/2, pp. 69–76

'Editorial', Christine Riefa, Issue 3, pp. 77–78
'Online Disclosure Rules of the Consumer Rights Directive: Protecting Passive or Active Consumers?', Joasia Luzak, Issue 3, pp. 79–87
'Food Labels in the Fight against Obesity: The Contribution of EU Rules on the Provision of Food Information to the European Strategy for the Prevention of Obesity', Silvia Bolognin, Issue 3, pp. 87–101
'The Unlawfulness of Data Retention confirmed by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) and the Austrian Constitutional Court (VfGH)', Margarethe Flora, Issue 3, pp. 102–107
'Additional Payments and Final Price for Passenger Air Services: Interactions between Air Services Regulation and EU Directives', Alberto De Franceschi, Issue 3, pp. 107–111
'EuCML Reports', Jessica Kim Sommer, Issue 3, pp. 112–118
'Book Reviews', Christine Riefa, Issue 3, pp. 119–119
'EuCML Notices', Simon Reinhold, Issue 3, pp. 120–126

'Editorial', Issue 4, pp. 127–128
'It is necessary to strictly distinguish two forms of fairness control!', Phillip Hellwege, Issue 4, pp. 129–134
'The Brave New World of EU Consumer Law – Without Consumers, or Even Without Law?', Hans Schulte-Nölke, Issue 4, pp. 135–139
'The New Shape of European Contract Law', Reiner Schulze, Issue 4, pp. 139–144
'The EU Digital Single Market Strategy in Light of the Consumer Rights Directive', Alberto De Franceschi, Issue 4, pp. 144–148
'Procedural autonomy and effective consumer protection in sale of goods liability: Easing the burden for consumers (even if they aren’t consumers)', Rupprecht Podszun, Issue 4, pp. 149–153
'EuCML Reports', Jorge Morais Carvalho, Issue 4, pp. 154–158
'Book Reviews', Christoph Busch, Issue 4, pp. 159–158
'EuCML Notices', Christian Piroutek, Issue 4, pp. 160–162

'Editorial', Issue 5, pp. 163–164
'Revised Control of Unfair Terms in Swiss Law – Consumer Protection by Competition Law?', Daphne Frei, Peter Jung, Issue 5, pp. 165–170
'Competition Law at the Crossroads in the Digital Economy: is it all about Google?', Gintarė Surblytė, Issue 5, pp. 170–178
'The Effectiveness of Consumer Protection in Sales Contracts – Some Observations from Recent European Case Law', Francesco Paolo Patti, Issue 5, pp. 179–184
'The Rain in Spain Does Not Stay in the Plain – Or How the Spanish Supreme Court Ruling of 25 March 2015, on Minimum Interest Rate Clauses, affects European Consumers', Francisco de Elizalde, Issue 5, pp. 184–187
'Belgium: Private Law Remedies for Breach of the Prohibition of Unfair Commercial Practices', Reinhard Steennot, Issue 5, pp. 188–193
'Germany: The Impact of the UCP Directive on National Contract and Tort Law', Karl-Nikolaus Peifer, Issue 5, pp. 193–198
'Poland: The Impact of the UCP Directive on National Contract and Tort Law', Igor B. Nestoruk, Issue 5, pp. 198–204
'Portugal: The Implementation of Directive 2005/29/EU from the Perspective of Portuguese Private Law', Pedro Maia, Issue 5, pp. 204–208
'Book Reviews', Michael Lehmann, Issue 5, pp. 209–209
'EuCML Notices', Issue 5, pp. 210–213

'Editorial', Issue 6, pp. 215–217
'Consumer Data as Consideration', Carmen Langhanke, Martin Schmidt-Kessel, Issue 6, pp. 218–223
'Exporting and Re-importing Substantive and Judicial Models in EU Credit Market (the EAPO)', Maria Cecilia Paglietti, Issue 6, pp. 223–239
'CJEU 23 April 2015, C-96/14, Van Hove v CNP Assurances: full disability clause and insurer’s relief', Stefano Pagliantini, Issue 6, pp. 240–241
'CJEU shuts down Safe Harbor for Transatlantic Data Transfer – Case C-362/14 Maximilian Schrems v. Data Protection Commissioner', Lorenz Marx, Lucas Wüsthof, Issue 6, pp. 242–245
'Unfair Commercial Practices and Dutch Private Law', Vanessa Mak, Issue 6, pp. 246–250
'Italian Private Law: the Impact of Directive 2005/29/EC', Giovanni De Cristofaro, Issue 6, pp. 251–256
'Greece: The Impact of the UCP Directive on National Contract and Tort Law', Eleni Tzoulia, Issue 6, pp. 256–263
'Book Reviews', Issue 6, pp. 263–265
'EuCML Notices', Issue 6, pp. 266–274

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