European Review of Private Law

Volume 18 (2010)

ISSUE 1
'Editorial: Consumer Rights Proposals and Draft CFR', Matthias E. Storme, Issue 1, pp. 1–3
'Full Harmonization of Consumer Law? A Critique of the Draft Directive on Consumer Rights', Jan Smits, Issue 1, pp. 5–14
'Consumer Sales Law in the Proposal for a Consumer Rights Directive', Marco Loos, Issue 1, pp. 15–55
'Towards a Sharp Distinction between b2b and b2c? On Consumer, Commercial and General Contract Law after the Consumer Rights Directive', Martijn Hesselink, Issue 1, pp. 57–102
'The Proposal for a European Directive on Consumer Rights: A Step Forward', Ewoud Hondius, Issue 1, pp. 103–127
'Protection of Consumer Rights in SMS Loan Agreements', Kalev Saare, Karin Sein, Mari Ann Simovart, Issue 1, pp. 129–142
'Reversing Ubi Jus ibi Remedium in Civil Law: The Italian Case of Consumer Protection', Valentina Colcelli, Issue 1, pp. 143–154
'Civil Law in the Czech Republic: The Draft Version of the Civil Code and Consumer Protection', Markéta Selucká, Issue 1, pp. 155–164
'Albania: Reform of Consumer Protection Law', Felicitas Parapatits, Issue 1, pp. 165–175
'Retour sur la loi applicable aux intérêts moratoires – A propos de l’arrêt rendu par la Cour de cassation belge le 23 avril 2007', Olivera Boskovic, Issue 1, pp. 177–183
'The Balance of Interests in Distance Selling Law – Case Note on Pia Messner v. Firma Stefan Krüger', Peter Rott, Issue 1, pp. 185–194
'Bericht zur Tagung: Verjährungsrecht in Europa – Zwischen Bewährung und Reform', Melanie Schulla, Issue 1, pp. 195–199
'List of Contributors', Issue 1, pp. 201–202

ISSUE 2
'Éditorial – Le Code civil européen : digestion ou inclusion ? Un éloge des genres', Matthias Storme, Issue 2, pp. 203–204
'Außervertragliche Haftung für den Einem Anderen Zugefügten Schaden – Das Buch VI des Draft Common Frame of Reference', Christian Von Bar, Issue 2, pp. 205–225
'The DCFR, the ACQP and the Reactions of Italian Legal Scholars', Barbara Pasa, Issue 2, pp. 227–258
'Concurrence of Ownership and Limited Property Rights', Bram Akkermans, Issue 2, pp. 259–284
'The (Ir)Relevance of Harmonization and Legal Diversity to European Contract Law: A Perspective from Psychology', Gary Low, Issue 2, pp. 285–305
'ECJ 4 June 2009, Pannon GSM Zrt. v. Erzsébet Sustikné Győrfi', Alain Ancery, Mark Wissink, Issue 2, pp. 307–316
'A German and an Austrian Paternity Case in Comparative Perspective', Brigitta Lurger, Issue 2, pp. 317–318
'Schweizerische Annotation zur Inzidentfeststellung der Vaterschaft im Unterhaltsprozess und zur Vaterschaftsfeststellung', Regina Aebi-Müller, Issue 2, pp. 319–322
'Dutch Case Note', Richard J. Blauwhoff, Issue 2, pp. 323–340
'La Contestation de Paternité et ses Enjeux – Regard français sur deux Arrêts récents des Cours Suprêmes autrichienne et allemande', Zoé Jacquemin, Issue 2, pp. 341–354
'Die Entscheidungen des deutschen Bundesgerichtshof (BGH) vom 16. April 2008 und des österreichischen Oberster Gerichtshof (OGH) vom 26. Juni 2007 als Anregung für das Überdenken der Regelung der Feststellung der Vaterschaft im Griechischen Recht', Aikaterini Kousoula, Issue 2, pp. 355–367
'Feststellung der Vaterschaft und mögliche Lösungswege im Unterhaltsregressprozess nach italienischem Recht', Sonja Haberl, Issue 2, pp. 368–383
'Die Rechtsstellung des Biologischen Vaters im Lichte der Entscheidungen', Martin Löhnig, Issue 2, pp. 384–389
'Belgian Case Note: The Right of the Former Legal Father to Reclaim previously Paid Child Maintenance and the (Im)Possibility to Establish Biological Paternity in Case the Legal Paternity of the Husband Is Confirmed by Social Reality', Gerd Verschelden, Issue 2, pp. 390–405
'The 15th Anniversary of the ‘Common Core of European Private Law’', Emanuele Ariano, Marco De Morpurgo, Issue 2, pp. 407–414
'Book Review: Contractual Certainty in International Trade/Empirical Studies and Theoretical Debates on Institutional Support for Global Economic Exchanges, edited by Volkmar Gessner. (Oxford: Hart, 2009)', Ewoud Hondius, Issue 2, pp. 415–416
'Book Review: Punitive Damages: Common Law and Civil Law Perspectives, edited by Helmut Koziol and Vanessa Wilcox. (Vienna: Springer, 2009)', Ewoud Hondius, Issue 2, pp. 417–417
'Book Review: Gifts, by Richard Hyland. (Oxford: University Press, 2009)', Ewoud Hondius, Issue 2, pp. 419–420
'Book Review: Vertragsergänzung und Implied Terms/Eine Rechtsvergleichende Untersuchung des Deutschen und Englischen Rechts, PhD Thesis, Bielefeld, 2008, by Carsten Stölting. (München: Sellier, 2009)', Ewoud Hondius, Issue 2, pp. 421–421
'List of Contributors', Issue 2, pp. 423–424

ISSUE 3
'Editorial: The Impact of Community Law on Domestic Private Law', Ewoud Hondius, Issue 3, pp. 425–427
'The Impact of the Practice of the European Court of Justice on the Civil and Commercial Law of the Member States of the European Union', Attila Harmathy, Issue 3, pp. 429–441
'The Court of Justice and Private Law: Vacillations, General Principles and the Architecture of the European Judiciary', Jürgen Basedow, Issue 3, pp. 443–474
'Horizontal Effect of the General Principles of EU Law in the Sphere of Private Law', Marek Safjan, Przemysław Mikłaszewicz, Issue 3, pp. 475–486
'Principes fondamentaux et transposition des directives communautaires Le contrôle du Conseil constitutionnel sur les lois de transposition des directives communautaires', Guy Canivet, Issue 3, pp. 487–499
'The Impact of the Decisions of the European Courts on English Contract Law: The Limits of Voluntary Harmonization', Hugh Beale, Issue 3, pp. 501–526
'The Effect of the EC Treaty in Private Law: On Direct and Indirect Horizontal Effects of Primary Community Law', Arthur Hartkamp, Issue 3, pp. 527–548
'Impact of EU Law on International Company Law', Christiaan Timmermans, Issue 3, pp. 549–567
'Case Note on Cartesio Decision by the European Court of Justice, Case C-210/06, Cartesio Oktató és Szolgáltató', Walter Cains, Issue 3, pp. 569–578
'La subrogation réelle au cas d’un fidéicommis de residuo: quelques observations comparatives à propos de l’arrêt de la Cour de cassation française du 20 février 2008', Ruud Jansen, Vincent Sagaert, Issue 3, pp. 579–588
'Suicide of an Injured Employee: Introduction to the Annotations to Corr v. IBC Vehicles Ltd [2008]', Miquel Martín-casals, Issue 3, pp. 589–599
'The Corr Case Viewed from a Danish Perspective', Vibe Ulfbeck, Issue 3, pp. 601–606
'Corr v. IBC Vehicles Limited: Aspects français', Florence G’sell-macrez, Issue 3, pp. 607–611
'Death by Suicide and Damages to Third Persons in Greece', Eugenia Dacoronia, Issue 3, pp. 613–619
'Corr v. IBC Vehicles Ltd: An Irish Perspective – Remoteness of Damage; Novus Actus Interveniens; Contributory Negligence', Eoin Quill, Issue 3, pp. 621–629
'Dutch Case Note: Employer’s Liability for an Injured Employee’s Suicide in Dutch Law', Anne Keirse, Martien Schaub, Issue 3, pp. 631–647
'Liability for Suicide under Spanish Tort Law', Albert Ruda, Issue 3, pp. 649–665
'A Polish Perspective on the House of Lords Judgment in Corr v. IBC Vehicles Ltd', Ewa Bagińska, Issue 3, pp. 667–679
'Corr v. IBC Ltd: An Analysis of the House of Lord Case according to Swiss Law', Bénédict Winiger, Patrick Fleury, Issue 3, pp. 681–684
'Cross-Border Successions – The New Commission Proposal: Contents and Way Forward', Pia Lokin, Issue 3, pp. 685–687
'Book Review: Philosophical Foundations of the Law of Unjust Enrichment edited by R. Chambers, C. Mitchell, J. Pender. (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2009)', Eltjo Schrage, Issue 3, pp. 689–694
'Book Review: The Rome II Regulation on the Law Applicable to Non-Contractual Obligations: A New International Litigation Regime, edited by Ahern, John/ Binchy, William. (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, Boston, 2009)', Bartosz Sujecki, Issue 3, pp. 695–698
'List of Contributors', Issue 3, pp. 699–701

ISSUE 4
'Editorial: Whose Right/Law Is It Anyway?', Matthias Storme, Issue 4, pp. 703–704
'Would We Like to Have a European Code of Private International Law?', Marcin Czepelak, Issue 4, pp. 705–728
'Protection of the Weaker Party in European Contract Law: Standardized and Individual Inferiority in Multi-level Private Law', Hannes Rösler, Issue 4, pp. 729–756
'Private Enforcement of EU Competition Law: Why Punitive Damages Are a Step Too Far', Monique Hazelhorst, Issue 4, pp. 757–772
'State Liability', Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci, Nuno Garoupa, Fernando Gómez-Pomar, Issue 4, pp. 773–811
'DCFR and Restitution for Wrongs', Erik Monsen, Issue 4, pp. 813–822
'ECJ (First Chamber) 6 October 2009, Case C-40/08, Asturcom Telecomunicaciones SL v. Cristina Rodríguez Nogueira – From Océano to Asturcom: Mandatory Consumer Law, Ex Officio Application of European Union Law and Res Judicata', Martin Ebers, Issue 4, pp. 823–846
'Does the National Court Know European Law? A Note on Ex Officio Application after Asturcom', Hanna Schebesta, Issue 4, pp. 847–880
'The COMPR of Germany and France: Epoch-Making in the Unification of Law', Andreas Fötschl, Issue 4, pp. 881–889
'Book Review: European Private Law after the Common Frame of Reference, edited by Hans W. Micklitz and Fabrizio Cafaggi. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2010)', Ewoud Hondius, Issue 4, pp. 891–893
'List of Contributors', Issue 4, pp. 895–896

ISSUE 5
'Editorial – Wenn China erwacht, erbebt die Erde!', André Janssen, Issue 5, pp. 897–899
'Rezeption der westlichen Zivilrechtswissenschaft im modernen China: Analysen aus der rechtsvergleichenden Perspektive', Xianzhong Sun, Issue 5, pp. 901–913
'Un aperçu du droit chinois des contrats', Jacques Herbots, Issue 5, pp. 915–938
'Vague Notions in Chinese Contract Law: The Case of Heli', Marina Timoteo, Issue 5, pp. 939–951
'General Clauses and Practice: The Use of the Principle of Good Faith in the Decisions of Chinese Courts', Simona Novaretti, Issue 5, pp. 953–981
'Private Property with Chinese Characteristics: A Critical Analysis of the Chinese Law on Property of 2007', Lei Chen, Issue 5, pp. 983–1004
'Security Rights in Property in Chinese Law: The Unattainable Goal of Constructing a Coherent Legal Regime?', Yuanshi Bu, Issue 5, pp. 1005–1033
'Principles of European Insurance Contract Law (PEICL), prepared by the Project Group Restatement of European Insurance Contract Law, edited by Jürgen Basedow, John Bird, Malcolm Clarke, Herman Cousy & Helmut Heiss, in cooperation with Leander D. Loacker (München: Sellier European Law Publishers, 2009)', Martin Ebers, Issue 5, pp. 1037–1040
'From the Academic DCFR to a Political CFR – Conference on European Contract Law, Trier, 18-19 March 2010', Pieter Brulez, Issue 5, pp. 1041–1048
'List of Contributors', Issue 5, pp. 1049–1049

ISSUE 6
'Editorial: Towards an Intellectual History of European Private Law', Ewoud Hondius, Issue 6, pp. 1051–1054
'On the Unity of Private Law from a Formal to a Substance-Based Concept of Private Law', Stefan Grundmann, Issue 6, pp. 1055–1078
'The DCFR and the Attempts to Increase the Private Enforcement of Competition Law: Convergences and Divergences', Caroline Cauffman, Issue 6, pp. 1079–1119
'The General Principle of the Prohibition of Abuse of Rights: A Critical Position on Its Role in a Codified European Contract Law', Annekatrien Lenaerts, Issue 6, pp. 1121–1154
'Proportionality in Tort Law – A Comparison between Dutch and English Laws with Regard to the Problem of Multiple Causation in Asbestos-Related Cases', Faro Sobczak, Issue 6, pp. 1155–1179
'Credit Cards, Overdraft Facilities and European Consumer Protection – A Blank Cheque for Unfairness?', Michiel De Muynck, Issue 6, pp. 1181–1241
'The Jurisdiction of Choice: England and Wales or Germany?', Hein Kötz, Issue 6, pp. 1243–1257
'The Relationship of the European Certificate of Succession to National Certificates', Andreas Fötschl, Issue 6, pp. 1259–1271
'Testing the Draft Common Frame of Reference – Report of the International Conference on ‘The Draft Common Frame of Reference: A National and Comparative Perspective’ (Kortrijk: Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Campus Kortrijk, 10–11 June 2010)', Rodrigo Momberg, Issue 6, pp. 1273–1275
'Book Review: National Reports on the Transfer of Movables in Europe, Volume I: Austria, Estonia, Italy, and Slovenia (2008); Volume II: England and Wales, Ireland, Scotland, Cyprus (2009), edited by Wolfgang Faber & Brigitta Lurger. (Munich: Sellier European Law Publishers)', Michael Milo, Issue 6, pp. 1277–1280
'Article Index', Issue 6, pp. 1281–1287
'Subject Index', Issue 6, pp. 1289–1306
'List of Contributors', Issue 6, pp. 1307–1308

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