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IEL Catalogue - the International Encyclopaedia of Laws
A country-by-country
library of national and
international law
International
Encyclopaedia
of Laws
General Editor:
Prof. Dr. R. Blanpain
Associate General Editor:
Prof. Dr. M. Colucci
www.kluwerlawonline.com
International Encyclopaedia of Laws:
Your country-by-country library of
national and international law
How to Use This Catalogue
Browse through your area of interest using the main
contents or sub-contents page.
Each title has a brief description, table of contents,
available package and format.
Each title may be available in one or more formats,
indicated by the icons below.
Table of contents
Introduction.
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International Advisory Board
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Civil Procedure
5
Commercial and Economic Law
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Competition Law
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Constitutional Law
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Contracts
10
Manuals
Corporations and Partnerships
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Manuals are regularly updated.
Criminal Law
12
Cyber Law
13
Online
Energy Law
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Publication information is offered through internet
with easy accessibility and search function. Updates
will be made on time and ensure you stay with the
most current information.
Environmental Law
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Family and Succession Law
16
Insurance Law
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Intellectual Property
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Intergovernmental Organizations
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Labour Law and Industrial Relations
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Media Law
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Medical Law
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Migration Law
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Private International Law
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Property and Trust Law
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Religion
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Social Security Law
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Sports Law
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Tort Law
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Transport Law
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General Editor: Prof. Dr. Roger Blanpain E-mail: [email protected]
Associate General Editor: Prof. Dr. Michele Colucci E-mail: [email protected]
IEL web site: www.IELaws.com
What is the International
Encyclopaedia of Laws?
This unique series of publications currently comprises 25 distinct
reference works. Each of these subsets is itself encyclopedic in nature,
covering a major field of law with penetrating country-by-country
monographs that describe how each national legal system governs the
relevant field. These national monographs are supplemented where
relevant with international monographs which detail the workings of
supranational organizations that affect the field of law in question, or
offer an overview of the field from a comparative perspective.
Alongside the national monographs, for some specific volumes, a
codex containing national and international primary legislation has
been included, as well as the most important relevant case law from
international courts, such as the Court of Justice of the European
Communities, in that particular field.
More than 1000 prominent legal practitioners in the various disciplines
provide practical information and valuable insights into the legal
framework and procedures specific to their country or international
organization.
Each monograph follows a uniform structure, and includes:
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detailed historical background
an introduction to the legal framework
in-depth analysis of relevant legislation
Subject indexes at the end of each monograph provide a useful and
timesaving reference aid. Furthermore, a detailed topical table of
contents for each monograph facilitates country-to-country and
subject-to-subject comparison across all 25 fields of law. A professor
with specialized knowledge in the pertinent field edits each subset of
the Encyclopaedia.
National Monographs
When the International Encyclopaedia of Laws is completed, each
subset will include approximately 50 national monographs of about
200-250 pages each. To aid comparison between countries, the
monographs will follow a basic outline:
International Monographs
Because international law supersedes national law in many areas,
some subsets also include international monographs. These are written
by lawyers who work in the supranational organizations they describe –
organizations such as the European Union, the International Labour
Organization, the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and
Development, the League of Arab States, the Council of Europe, the
World Health Organization, and the International Maritime
Organization. In addition, the Intergovernmental Organizations subset,
when complete, will detail the institutional and legal position of some
55 organizations.
Up to date with the latest changes:
Every set in the International Encyclopaedia of Laws is updated on a
regular basis, keeping subscribers informed about the latest changes in
national and international law worldwide. Its multidisciplinary
approach make each set an essential reference tool for practitioners
and academics in each relevant field of law.
Practical information:
With globalisation gaining pace, legal practitioners require practical
information enabling them to identify critical issues likely to affect
cross-border cases. An introduction to the legal framework within each
country as well as an in-depth analysis of relevant legislation are
therefore included in each set.
The IEL web site and the Newsletter
Since April 2007 the IEL has a new web site: http://www.IELaws.com
The idea behind the new web site is to have an "IEL Community"
where all members can constantly and, above all, in a very simple way
inform the others about legislation, events, news, and publications in
their fields.
The new web site will be accompanied by a Newsletter which will be
sent on a regular basis to all authors (more than 1300) and
subscribers.
IEL Administration Department
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General Introduction: background on the country and its history,
followed by definitions and sources of law for the relevant legal
discipline
Selected Bibliography.
Main Body: detailed analysis of relevant legal institutions,
legislation, and procedure, set out in a consistent format to
facilitate comparison between countries.
Index.
If you wish to contact the IEL Administration Department please send
an email to Mr. Joeri Lauwers at mailto:[email protected]
Order information
Detailed information about each set in the International Encyclopaedia
of Laws is included in this catalogue. For further information, please
contact us. Our telephone number and e-mail address can be found at
the end of the catalogue.
General Editor: Prof. Dr. Roger Blanpain E-mail: [email protected]
Associate General Editor: Prof. Dr. Michele Colucci E-mail: [email protected]
IEL web site: www.IELaws.com
International Advisory Board for The
International Encyclopaedia of Laws
ARGENTINA – Emiliano Andrés GABET
E-mail: [email protected]
AUSTRALIA – Eugene CLARK
E-mail: [email protected]
Russell LANSBURY
Email: [email protected]
AUSTRIA – Willibald POSCH
Email: [email protected]
Bea VERSCHRAEGEN
Email: [email protected]
BELARUS – Yaraslau KRYVOI
Email: [email protected]
BOTSWANA – Charles Manga FOMBAD
E-mail: [email protected];
[email protected]
Daniel David Ntanda NSEREKO
E-mail: [email protected];
[email protected]
Emmanuel Kwabena QUANSAH
E-mail: [email protected]
BRAZIL – Ronald AMORIM E SOUZA
E-mail: [email protected]
Eduardo SALOMAO
E-mail: [email protected]
BULGARIA – Vassil MRACHKOV
Email: [email protected]
CAMEROON – Charles Manga FOMBAD
E-mail: [email protected];
[email protected]
CANADA – Harry ARTHURS
Email: [email protected]
CHILE – Emilio MORGADO VALENZUELA
E-mail: [email protected]
CHINA PR – Shizhou WANG
Email: [email protected]
Yansui YANG
Email: [email protected]
COLOMBIA – Daniel PEÑA
E-mail: [email protected]
CONGO – Arnauld KAYEMBE TABU
Email: [email protected]
CZECH REPUBLIC – Petr TRÖSTER
E-mail: [email protected]
DENMARK – Ole HASSELBALCH
Email: [email protected]
Ruth NIELSEN
E-mail: [email protected]
ESTONIA – Mati MERIMAA
E-mail: [email protected]
FINLAND – Johanna NIEMI
E-mail: [email protected]
Ilkka SARAVIITA
E-mail: [email protected]
Pekka VIHERVUORI
E-mail: [email protected];
[email protected]
FRANCE – Jacques ROJOT
Email: [email protected]
Joanna SCHMIDT SZALEWSKI
E-mail: [email protected]
GERMANY – Frank DIEDRICH
E-mail: [email protected];
[email protected]; [email protected]
Dieter SCHWAB
E-mail: [email protected]
Manfred WEISS
Email: [email protected]
HELLAS/GREECE – Theodore KONIARIS
Email: [email protected]
Pelayia YESSIOU-FALTSI
Email: [email protected]
HUNGARY – Jozsef HAJDU
E-mail: [email protected]
Adél KÖBLÖS
E-mail: [email protected]; [email protected]
Judit SANDOR
E-mail: [email protected]
INDIA – Chandra Kumar JOHRI
Email: [email protected]
Mohammad NASEEM
Email: [email protected]
ISRAEL – Amnon CARMI
E-mail: [email protected]
Stephen GOLDSTEIN
E-mail: [email protected]
Guy MUNDLAK
Email: [email protected]
ITALY – Tiziano TREU
Email: [email protected]
JAPAN – Tadashi HANAMI
Email: [email protected]
Fumito KOMIYA
E-mail: [email protected]
KUWAIT – Nada AL-DUAIJ
E-mail: [email protected]
LITHUANIA – Valentinas MIKELENAS
E-mail: [email protected]
MACAU CHINA SAR
Jianhong FAN
E-mail: [email protected]
MALAYSIA – Abdul Haseeb ANSARI
E-mail: [email protected];
[email protected]
MALTA – Edward Lawrence ZAMMIT
E-mail: [email protected]
NETHERLANDS – Irene ASSCHER-VONK
Email: [email protected]
NEW ZEALAND – Gordon ANDERSON
E-mail: [email protected]
Anthony ANGELO
E-mail: [email protected]
NORWAY – Asbjorn KJONSTAD
Email: [email protected]
PAKISTAN – Muhammad ARIF
E-mail: [email protected];
[email protected]
POLAND – Andrzej SWIATKOWSKI
E-mail: [email protected]
PORTUGAL – Guilherme DE OLIVEIRA
E-mail: [email protected]
PORTUGAL AND ITS FORMER COLONIES –
Prof. Jorge BACELAR GOUVEIA
E-mail: [email protected];
[email protected]
ROMANIA – Irina ZLATESCU
E-mail: [email protected]; [email protected]
RUSSIA – Zhanna GORBACHEVA
E-mail: [email protected];
[email protected]
SERBIA – Oliver ANTIC
E-mail: [email protected]
Aleksander FIRA
E-mail: [email protected]
Maja STANIVUKOVIC
E-mail: [email protected]
SOUTH AFRICA – Willemien DU PLESSIS
E-mail: [email protected]
Roshana Alice KELBRICK
E-mail: [email protected]
SPAIN – Fermin RODRIGUEZ-SANUDO
Email: [email protected] upo.es
SRI LANKA – Camena GUNERATNE
E-mail: [email protected];
[email protected]
SWEDEN – Bengt Richard LINDELL
E-mail: [email protected]
SWITZERLAND – Paul VOLKEN
Email: [email protected]
THE PHILIPPINES – Ramon T. JIMENEZ
TURKEY – Toker DERELI
Email: [email protected]
Kübra DOGAN YENISEY
E-mail: [email protected]
Ünal TEKINALP
Email: [email protected];
[email protected]
UGANDA – Emmanuel KASIMBAZI
E-mail: [email protected];
[email protected]
Daniel David Ntanda NSEREKO
E-mail: [email protected];
[email protected]
UNITED KINGDOM – Anthony DUGDALE
E-mail: [email protected]
Stephen HARDY
E-mail: [email protected]
URUGUAY – Pedro MONTANO
E-mail: [email protected]
Eduardo AMEGLIO
Email: [email protected]
UNITED STATES – Eugene CLARK
E-mail: [email protected]
Alvin GOLDMAN
Email: [email protected]
Lynn D. WARDLE
E-mail: [email protected]
VENEZUELA – Francisco ITURRASPE
E-mail: [email protected]
ZAMBIA – Evance KALULA
E-mail: [email protected]
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General Editor: Prof. Dr. Roger Blanpain E-mail: [email protected]
Associate General Editor: Prof. Dr. Michele Colucci E-mail: [email protected]
IEL web site: www.IELaws.com
All International Encyclopaedias
are available online.
FEATURES
I Country Reports
I Searchable PDFs
I Instant Overview per Chapter
I Advanced Search across chosen
titles
I Instant bibliographical information
per chapter
I Related titles - updated regularly
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BENEFITS
I Easy navigation to the manual
chapters of your choice
I Online chapters available before
the print
I Regular updates
I Dynamic PDFs allow you to easily
print, search and annotate our
content
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Associate General Editor: Prof. Dr. Michele Colucci E-mail: [email protected]
IEL web site: www.IELaws.com
Civil Procedure
Features and Benefits
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
IEL Civil Procedure gives you overviews of more than 30 countries. It
includes:
Australia, by Prof. Gregory Reinhardt
Austria, by Prof. Walter Rechberger
Bangladesh, by barrister Mirazul Hossain Khan
Bulgaria, by Prof. Valentina Popova
Canada, by Prof. Peter Barton
China, by Sizhou Wang and Ms.Hong Yao
Costa Rica, by Prof. M. Saenz Elizondo
Czech Republic, by Prof. A. Winterova and Prof. A. Mackova
Denmark, by Prof. Erik Werlauff
Egypt, by Prof. Dr. Fathy Waly
Ethiopia, by Prof. Mohammed Abdo
European Union, by Prof. Paolo Biavati
Finland, by Johanna Niemi
Germany, by Prof. Harald Koch and Dr. Frank Diedrich
Greece, by Prof. Pelayia Yessiou-Faltsi
Hungary, by Dr. Imre Szabó and Dr. Adel Köblös
India, by Prof. K.B. Agrawal
Israel, by Prof. Stephen Goldstein
Italy, by Avv Michele Angelo Lupoi
Japan, by Prof. Akira Ishikawa
Kenya, by Mr. Justus Bwonwonga
Lithuania, by Valentinas Mikelenas and Mrs. Dalia Mikeleniene
Malawi, by Prof. Marshal Chilenga
Morocco, by Prof. Abdellah Boudahrain
Romania, by Dr. Viorel Ciobanu
Russian Federation, by Prof. Kirill Trofimov
Serbia, by Prof. Borijov Starovic
Slovenia, by Prof. Ales Galic
South Africa, by Prof. Roshana Kelbrick
Spain, by Prof. Fernando Castillo Rigabert
Sweden, by Prof. Bengt Lindell
Ukraine, by Dr. Anna Tsirat and Dr. Gennadil Tsirat
United States, by Prof. John Oakley and Prof. Vikram Amar
Zimbabwe, by Dr. Ellen Sithole.
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In-depth descriptions and analysis of numerous domestic systems
Reports of the main features of each country’s judicial
organization, including the actual court proceeding, the rules of
evidence, the principles governing preliminary seizure and the
enforcement of judgments
General Structure:
List of Abbreviations. Preface. General Introduction. Selected
Bibliography.
Part I: Judicial Organization.
1. The Courts and Their Members.
2. The Bar.
3. The Bailiffs.
Part II: Jurisdiction.
1. Domestic Jurisdiction.
2. International Jurisdiction.
Part III: Actions and Claims.
1. Actions.
2. Claims and Defences.
3. Sanctions on Procedural Irregularities.
Part IV: Proceedings.
1. Pre-Trial Proceedings (if any).
2. Proceedings in First Instance.
3. Review Proceedings.
Part V: Incidents.
Part VI: Legal Aid and Legal Costs.
1. Legal Aid.
2. Legal Costs.
Part VII: Evidence.
1. Burden of Proof.
2. Admissibility of Evidence.
3. Administration of Evidence.
Part VIII: Particular Proceedings.
Your Purchase includes
Part IX: Seizure for Security and Enforcement of
Judgments.
1. Seizure for Security.
2. Enforcement of Judgments.
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Manual, 6 volumes
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Part X: Arbitration.
Part XI. Mediation
Index.
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Associate General Editor: Prof. Dr. Michele Colucci E-mail: [email protected]
IEL web site: www.IELaws.com
Commercial and Economic Law
IEL Commercial and Economic Law gives you overviews of more than
20 countries. It includes:
Commercial Law provides coverage on merchants’ status and their
obligations such as:
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Bookkeeping
Bankruptcy
Business Instruments
Economic Law deals with state intervention in economic activities
and includes laws governing:
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Establishment
Competition law, and
State regulations overseeing the conditions for commercial
transactions
Specific topics covered in this work include broker/client relations,
contracts affecting competition, and government taxation incentives
for economic activities.
General Structure:
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
Australia, by Prof. Eugene Clark, Lynden Griggs, George Cho,
Arthur Hoyle, John McLaren
Belgium, by Prof. J. Stuyck
Brazil, by Prof. Luís Rodolfo Cruz e Creuz
China, by Prof. Dr. Ying Gan
Denmark, by Prof. Elisabeth Thuesen
Estonia, by Prof. Mati Merimaa
Finland, by Prof. Eero Routamo
Greece, by Prof. Elefterios Skalidis and Mr. Gabriel Kambouroglou
India, by Prof. K. B. Agrawal
Ireland, by Dr. Fidelma White
Israel, by Dr. Miguel Deutch
Italy, by Prof. Gustavo Ghidini and Dr. Marcella Panucci
Macau, by Prof. Dr. Jianhong Fan and Alexandre Pereira
Serbia, by Prof. Mirko Vasiljevic and Milena Dordevic
Singapore, by Dr. Dora Neo and Dr.Locknie Hsu
Spain, by Mr. José Manuel Rey
Sweden, by Prof. Annina Persson
Turkey, by Prof. Ünal Tekinalp
United States, by Prof. André Fiebig
Uruguay, by Prof. Siegbert Rippe
List of Abbreviations. Preface. General Introduction. Selected
Bibliography.
Part I: Commercial Law.
1. Concepts and Sources of Commercial Law.
2. The Economic Operators.
3. The Economic Institutions.
4. General Obligations of Economic Operators.
5. Business Assets, Goodwill and Commercial Property Rights.
6. Bankruptcy and Related Institutions.
7. Negotiable Instruments (Bills of Exchange, Cheques, etc.).
8. Stock and Commodity Exchanges.
9. Commercial Contracts.
10. Commercial Securities.
Part II: Economic Law.
1. General Principles.
2. Law of Establishment and Supervision of Economic Activities.
3. State Incentives for Economic Activities.
4. Competition Law.
5. State Regulation of the Conditions of Commercial Transactions.
Index.
Your Purchase includes
ISBN: 9789065449429
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Available as:
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Prof. Dr. Eveline Terryn
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Associate General Editor: Prof. Dr. Michele Colucci E-mail: [email protected]
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Competition Law
Features and Benefits
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
IEL Competition Law gives you overviews of 11 countries. It includes:
Argentina, by Prof. Marcelo Den Toom
Australia, by Lynden Griggs, Arlen Duke, Jane Nielsen, Leela Cejnar
Brazil, by José Ignacio Gonzaga Franceschine, Eduardo Molan Gaban,
Marcos Paulo Amorim
China, by Prof. Xiaoje Wang, Dr Jessica Su
Denmark, by Erik Bertelsen, Morten Kofman and Jens Munk Plum
India, by Srinivasan Parthasarathy
Lithuania, by Jaunius Gumbis, Marius Juonys, Laura Slepaite,
Karolis Kacerauskas
Slovak Republic, by JUDr. Andrea Oršulová and JUDr. David Raus
South Korea, by Mr Kyung- Min Koh and Ms Jung-Won Hyun
Uruguay, by Hector Fereira, Bernardo Porras
United States, by Howard Langer
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Country-by-Country overview
In-depth description of the antitrust laws in each country
The U.S. Federal Acts and the legislation of the European
Community
General Structure:
Introduction. The Author(s). Table of Contents. List of Abbreviations.
Preface. General Introduction. Selected Bibliography.
General Introduction.
1. General Background of the Country.
2. Economic System.
3. Legal System.
4. Historical Background of Antitrust Law.
Part I. Structure of antitrust law and its enforcement.
Chapter 1. Sources of antitrust law.
Chapter 2. Scope of application.
Chapter 3. Overview of substantive provisions.
Chapter 4. Overview of main notions.
Chapter 5. Consequences of violations and enforcement institutions.
Part II. Application of the Prohibitions.
Chapter 1. Restrictive agreements.
Chapter 2. Dominant undertakings' prohibited practices.
Chapter 3. Concentrations.
Part III. Administrative procedure.
Chapter 1. Administrative investigations before the antitrust authority.
Chapter 2. Voluntary notifications and clearance decisions merger
control.
Chapter 3. Challenging of the administrative decision.
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General Editor: Prof. Dr. Roger Blanpain E-mail: [email protected]
Associate General Editor: Prof. Dr. Michele Colucci E-mail: [email protected]
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Constitutional Law
Features and Benefits
IEL Constitutional Law gives you overviews of over 40 countries.
It includes:
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Country-by country overview
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Description of national constitutional systems
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Sources of Constitutional laws and Texts of the Constitutions
General Structure:
The Author Table of Contents .List of Abbreviations .Preface. Selected
Bibliography.
General Introduction.
Chapter 1. Concise Description of Constitutional History.
Chapter 2. Profile of the Form of Government.
Chapter 3. State Territory and Trust or Other Non- Self-governing
Territories (geographical data).
Chapter 4. State Population (demographic data).
Part I. Sources of Constitutional Law (notion concepts and
Hierarchy[1]).
Chapter 1. Treaties.
Chapter 2. Constitution (characteristics, procedure for amending the
constitution).
Chapter 3. Legislation and Equivalent Legislative Rules.
Chapter 4. Jurisprudence.
Chapter 5. Customary Law, Unwritten Law, General Principles of Law.
Chapter 6. Administrative Regulations and Orders (by-laws,
ordinances, local acts).
Chapter 7. Codification, Interpretation and Publication.
Part II. Form of Government.
Chapter 1. General.
Chapter 2. Head of State.
Chapter 3. The Legislature.
Chapter 4. The Executive.
Chapter 5. The Judiciary.
Chapter 6. Independent Non-political Bodies in the Legislative or
Executive Branch with an Advisory or Supervisory Task.
Part III. The State and its Subdivisions.
Chapter 1. State Form (federation, regionalization, decentralization,
deconcentration).
Chapter 2. Component States or Entities[2].
Chapter 3. Decentralized Authorities (provinces, departments, local
government, municipalities, etc.).
Part IV. Citizenship and the Administration of Justice.
Chapter 1. Rules Concerning Nationality and Relevance of Nationality.
Chapter 2. Fundamental Rights and Liberties.
Chapter 3. Constitutional Problems of Minorities (protection of
minorities and group rights).
Chapter 4. Judicial Control of Administrative Action.
Chapter 5. Legal Position of Aliens (civil rights and legal protection,
Aliens Act, etc.).
Part V. Specific Problems.
Chapter 1. War, Treaty and Foreign Affairs Powers.
Chapter 2. Taxing and Spending Powers.
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Chapter 3. Emergency Laws (legislation under emergency powers for
war or under other extraordinary circumstances, etc.).
Chapter 4. The Power of the Military[3].
Chapter 5. The Constitutional Relationship Between Church and
State[4].
Index.
[1] Should only be treated in general as the sections on judicial review
and judicial control of administrative action will discuss these issues
further.
[2] When appropriate.
[3] When relevant.
[4] When relevant.
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
Argentina, by Prof. Antonio M. Hernandez
Belarus, by Mr. Grigory Vasilevich
Botswana, by Prof. Daniel Ntanda Nsereko;
Brazil, by Mrs. Cristina Belon Fernandes and J.M.M. do Amaral-Gurgel,
updated by Mr. Renato Maluf and Mr. Guilherme Bertoni Reis
Cameroon, by Dr. Charles Fombad
Canada, by Prof. Pierre Patenaude, Prof. Luc B. Tremblay,
Prof. Geneviève Cartier, Mr. Guy Tanguay, Prof. Pierre Binette,
Prof. René Pepin, Mr. Daniel Boyer and Prof. Jean-Herman Guay
Chile, by Prof. Javier Couso, Domingo Lovera Parmo, Matias Guilof,
Alberto Coddou
China, by Prof. Xu Chongde and Prof. Yansui Yang
Costa Rica, by Prof. Ruben Hernandez Valle
Finland, by Prof. Ilkka Saraviita
Greece, by Prof. Theodore Fortsakis and Prof. Philippos Spyropoulos
Hong Kong, by Prof. M.J.A. Cooray, Dr Lin Feng, Anthony Law,
Dr Michael Littlewood, Hareed Zafrullah
Hungary, by Prof. Marta Dezso,
India, by Mr. D. K. Agarwal
Iran, by Prof. Majid Mohammadi
Israel, by Dr.Suzie Navot
Italy, by Prof. Valerio Onida, Prof. Enzo Balboni, Prof. Marta Cartabria,
Prof. Giovanni Guiglia, Prof. Paolo Cavaleri, Prof. Fabrizio D'Addabbo,
Prof. Antonio D'Andrea and Prof. Marilisa D'Amico
Japan, by Prof. Hiroyuki Hata, Prof. Go Nakagawa,
Prof. Takehisa Nakagawa
Kosovo, by Prof. Fisnik Korenica,Prof. Dren Doli
Mexico, by Prof. Héctor Fix-Zamudio, Sr. Héctor Fix-Fierro
Morocco, by Prof. Abdellah Boudahrain
Netherlands, by Prof. Constantijn A.J.M. Kortmann,
Dr. Paul P.T. Bovend'eert
New Zealand, by Prof. Anthony Angelo
Philippines, by Prof. Carmelo V. Sison
Poland, by Prof. Boguslaw Banaszak, , Dr. Arthur Preisner,
Ryszard Balicki, Michal Bernaczyk, Izabela Bista, Mariusz Jablonski,
Sylwia Jarosz-Zukowska, Lukasz Zukowski
Portugal, by Prof. Jorge Bacelar Gouveia
Romania, by Prof. Irina Zlatescu
Russia, by Dr.Tatiana Vassilieva and Prof. Irina Bogdanovskaia
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Serbia, by Prof. Aleksander Fira
Singapore, by Mr Kevin Tan
Slovenia, by Dr. Arne Mavcic
Spain, by Prof. Augustin Ruiz Robledo
Sweden, by Prof. J. Nergelius
Switzerland, by Prof. Thomas Fleiner and Prof. Alexander Misic and
Nicole Töpperwien
Turkey, by Prof. Vahit Bicak and Prof. Zühtü Arslan
Uruguay, by Prof. Felipe Rotondo Tornaria
United States, by Prof. Robert Sedler
Venezuela, by Prof. Allan Brewer-Carias
Zimbabwe, by Mr. Greg Linington
Text of Constitutions:
Argentina, by Prof. Antonio M. Hernandez
Australia, by Prof. Adrian Brooks
Belgium, by Prof. Lieve Craenen and Mr. Jan Craenen
Botswana, by Prof. Daniel Ntanda Nsereko
Brazil, by Mr Paulo de Tarso Lugon Arantes
Cameroon, by Dr. Charles Fombad
Canada, by Mr. David Haljan
Czech Republic, by Dr. Zdenka Polivkova
Denmark, by Prof. Henrik Zahl
Estonia, by Prof. Raul Narits and Prof. Kalle Merusk
Ethiopia, by Mr. Hashim Tewfik Mohammed
Finland, by Prof. Ilkka Saraviita
Greece, by Prof. Philippos Spyropoulos
Hong Kong, by Prof. M.J.A. Cooray
Hungary, by Prof. Marta Dezso
India, by Mr. D. K. Agarwal
Ireland, by Prof. James Casey
Israel, by Prof. Suzie Navot
Italy, by Prof. Valerio Onida
Japan, by Prof. Go Nakagawa and Prof. Hiroyuki Hata
Kenya, by Prof. Jackton Ojwang
Lithuania, by the Lithuanian government
Luxembourg, by Mr. Luc Frieden
Macedonia, by the Macedonian government
Malta, by the Maltese government
Netherlands, by Prof. Constantijn A.J.M. Kortmann and
Dr. Paul Bovend'eert
New Zealand, by Prof. Anthony Angelo and Prof. Rosemary Gordon
Nigeria, by Prof. Oyelowo Oyewo
Pakistan, by Mr Ghulam Muhammad Chaudhry
Philippines, by Prof. Carmelo V. Sison
Poland, by Prof. Boguslaw Banaszak
Portugal, by Prof. Jorge Bacelar Gouveia
Romania, by Prof. Irina Zlatescu
Russian Federation, by Dr Tatiana Liaschenko, Prof. Lev Entin and
Prof. Mark Entin
Serbia, by Prof. Aleksander Fira
Slovenia, by Dr. Arne Mavcic
Spain, by Prof. Angel Rodriguez
Sri Lanka, by Dr. Anton Cooray
Switzerland, by Prof. Alexander Misic
Turkey, by Prof. Vahit Bicak
United States, by Prof. Robert Sedler
Yugoslavia, by Prof. Aleksander Fira
Zimbabwe, by Mr. Greg Linington
Subnational Constitutional Law:
Argentina, by Prof. Antonio M. Hernandez
Australia, by Prof. Anne Twomey
Germany, by Dr. Matthias Niedobitek
Russian Federation, by Prof Marat Salikov
South Africa, by Prof. Rassie Malherbe and Mr. Dirk Brand
United States, by Prof. Alan Tarr and Prof. Robert Williams
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Contracts
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IEL Contracts gives you overviews of more than 30 countries.
It contains:
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negotiating and concluding contracts with foreign partners and
clients
Updated information assuring its resources will remain current on
changes to legislation and policy in jurisdictions worldwide
General Structure:
List of Abbreviations. Preface. General Introduction. Introduction to the
Law of Contracts. Selected Bibliography.
Part I: General Principles of the Law of Contract.
1. Formation.
2. Conditions of Substantive Validity.
3. The Contents of a Contract.
4. Privity of Contract.
5. The Termination of the Contract.
6. Remedies.
Part II: Specific Contracts.
1. Agency.
2. Bailment.
3. Gaming and Wagering.
4. Sale of Goods.
5. Building Contracts, Hire of Work and Skills.
6. Lease, Commercial and Agricultural Leases.
7. Compromise Settlement.
8. Suretyship.
9. Pledge.
10. Loans.
11. Contracts with the Government and Other Public Administrations.
12. Contract of Partnership.
13. Quasi-Contracts.
Denmark, by Prof. Ruth Nielsen
Ethiopia, by Mulugeta Ayalew
France, by Prof. Joanna Schmidt
Greece, by Prof. Michael Stathopoulos
Hong Kong, by Dr. Ping-fat Sze and Kit-lan Choy
Hungary, by Prof. Judith Fazekas and Prof. Gabor Jobbágyi
India, by Dr. Nilima Bhadbhade
Ireland, by Dr. Raymond Friel and Prof. John O’Connor
Italy, by Prof. Pier Monateri, Mr. Alberto Musy, and Mr. F. Chiaves
Lithuania, by Prof. Valentina Mikelenass and Ms.Dalia Mikeleniene
Macau, by Prof. Io Cheng (Gabriel) Tong
Malaysia, by Prof. Dr. Ali Mohammad Matta
Nepal, by Mr. Pravakar Adhikari and Prof. Kishor Uprety
Netherlands, by Prof. Arthur Hartkamp, Ms. Marianne Tillema and
Ms. Annemarie Ter Heide
New Zealand, by Prof. Stephen Todd, Prof. John Burrows and
Prof. Jeremy Finn
Nigeria, by Prof. John Yakubu
Papua New Guinea, by Mr. Douglas Tennent
Poland, by Prof. Dr. Piotr Machnikowski, Justyna Balcarczyk,
Monika Drela
Quebec, by Prof. Anne-Françoise Debruche, Sebastien Grammons,
Yan Campagnolo
Romania, by Prof. Razvan. Dincă
Singapore, by Dr. Andrew Phang
Slovak Republic, by Prof. Jan Hurdík and Prof. Josef Fiala and
Katarina Kirstova
South Africa, by Prof. L.F. van Huyssteen, Prof. Schalk van der Merwe
and Ms. Catherine Maxwell
Spain, by Prof. Dr. Antoni Vaquer
Sweden, by Prof. Axel Adlercreutz
Turkey, by Kemal Oğuzman
Uganda, by Ms Joan Apecu Laker, Dorcas Angom Apita
United States, by Prof. Gregory Klass
Uruguay, by Prof. Juan E. Blengio, Beatriz Venturini
Vietnam, by Prof. Net Le
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Arthur Hoyle
Austria, by Prof. Willibald Posch
Belgium, by Prof. Jacques Herbots and Prof. Ilse Samoy and
Ms Tâm Dang Vu
Burundi, by Mr. Matthias Niyonzima
Czech Republic, by Prof. Jan Hurdik and Prof. Josef Fiala
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Corporations and Partnerships
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IEL Corporations and Partnerships gives you overviews of more than
20 countries. It provides quick and easy guidance on a variety of
corporate and partnership considerations such as:
Australia, by Keith Fletcher
Belgium, by Prof. Koen Geens, Carl Clottens
Brazil, by Eduardo Salomão Neto and J.E. Prada Levy
Bulgaria, by Prof. Grigor Grigorov
Canada, by Prof. Marc Gillen, Ms. Mary Anne Waldron,
Prof. Lisa Philipps, Mr. Jean Turgeon, Mr. Jeff MacIntosh,
Prof. Ann. MacLean and Mr. Brian Cheffins
China, by Dr. Ke Chen
Hong Kong, by Dr. Ping-fat Sze and Ms.Kit-lan Choy
Hungary, by Prof. Tekla Papp
India, by Prof. K. B. Agrawal, Nidhi Gupta
Ireland, by Prof. Irene Lynch Fannon, Karole Cuddihy
Italy, by Prof. Federico Pernaza
Japan, by Prof. Y. Kawaguchi, Prof. Ichiro Kawamoto, Prof. Masao
Kishida, Yoshiko Iga and Prof. Akira Morita
Macau, by Mr. Yuan Zhao, Jianhong Fan
Malaysia, by Assoc. Prof. Aiman Nariman Mohd-Sulaiman,
Dr. Zuhairah Ariff Abd Ghadas and Dr. Mushera Amabras Khan
New Zealand, by Mr. Gordon Williams
Poland, by Prof. Dr. Jozef Frackowiak
Romania, by Prof. Dragos Sitaru
Slovenia, by Prof. Rado Bohinc
South Africa, Prof. Michele Havenga, Natania Locke
Sweden, by Prof. Carl Hemström
Tonga, by Dr. Ping-fat Sze and Ms. Kit-lan Choy
United Kingdom, by Prof. Ben Pettet
Uruguay, Prof. Ricardo Olivera García and Mr. Alberto Fodere
Vietnam, by Ms. Helen Morris and Prof. Net Le
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Rights and duties of interested parties
Stock exchange directives
Labour law, and
Takeovers
General Structure:
List of Abbreviations. Preface. General Introduction. Selected
Bibliography.
Part I: Corporations / Companies.
1. Big Corporation – Public Corporation – Share Company.
2. Closed Corporation – Private Company – Limited Liability Company.
Part II: Partnerships.
1. Different Types.
Index.
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Criminal Law
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in different countries. It is divided into four parts:
Belgium, by Prof. Lieven Dupont and Prof. Cyrille Fijnaut
Botswana, by Prof. Daniel David Ntanda Nsereko
Canada, by Prof. Julian Hermida
Chile, by Prof. S. Politoff, Prof. F.Koopmans, M.C. Ramirez
China, by Prof. Mi Zhou and Shizhou Wang
Denmark, by Prof. L. Langsted, Mr. P. Garde and Prof. V. Greve
Greece, by Prof. I. Anagnostopoulos and Prof. K. Magliveras
Hong Kong, by Mr. Wai-kin (Victor)Ho
Hungary, by Prof. Krisztina Karsai, Zsolt Szomora
India, by Ms. Vineeta Palkar
Israel, by Prof. Emanuel Gross, Gabriel Hallevy
Italy, by Prof. Astolfo di Amato
Kenya, by Dr. F. Situma
Malawi, by Lewis Chezan Bande
Portugal, by Prof. Maria Paula Ribeiro de Faria
South Africa, by Prof. D. van Zyl Smit, Prof. J. Milton and
Prof. S. van der Merwe
Spain, by Prof. Lorena Bachmaier Winter and
Mr. Antonio del Moral García
Turkey, by Prof. F. Yenisey
Uganda, by Prof. Daniel Nsereko
United Kingdom, by Prof. L.H. Leigh and Prof. J. Hall Williams
United States, by Prof. Douglas Broyles
Uruguay, by Prof. Pedro Montano, Maria Cristina Merlino Carames,
Ignacio Curbelo Solari
Yugoslavia, by Prof. Dr. Z. Stojanović, Prof. Dr. D. Ignjatović and
Prof. Dr. O. Perić
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Introduction presenting the requisite background knowledge for
understanding the principles of criminal justice
A detailed examination of substantive criminal law –its general
principles, the principles of criminal responsibility or liability, and
the grounds for the justification of criminal offences
Focus on Criminal procedure – the general characteristics of the
procedure, the organization of investigation, pre-trial proceedings,
trial stage and appeals
Coverage of the execution and extinction of the sanctions
General Structure:
Introduction. The Authors. Table of Contents. List of Abbreviations.
Preface. General Introduction. Selected Bibliography.
Part I: Substantive Criminal Law.
1. General Principles.
2. Scope of Application of Criminal Statutes.
3. General Principles of Criminal Liability.
4. Justification, Excuse and Other Grounds of Impunity.
5. Incomplete or Partly Perpetrated Criminal Offences.
6. Classification and Survey of Criminal Offences.
7. The Sanctioning System.
Part II: Criminal Procedure.
1. Principles, Institutions, Stages.
2. Powers, Rights and Duties in the Pre-Trial Proceedings.
3. The Inquiry in Court.
Part III: Execution and Extinction of Sanctions.
1. Sources of Penitentiary Law and Nature of Regulations.
2. General Principles Concerning the Execution of Sentences and
Orders.
3. The Prison System.
4. Extinction of Sanctions or Sentences.
General Conclusions.
Index.
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Cyber Law
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IEL Cyber Law gives you overviews of 23 countries. It provides
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different countries included on the basis of a common standard outline.
Besides a general introduction, this outline contains seven parts:
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Regulation of the ICT Market
Protection of Intellectual Property in the ICT Sector
ICT Contracts
Electronic Transactions
Non-Contractual Liability
Privacy Protection: and
Computer-Related Crime
General Structure:
The Author. Table of Contents. List of Abbreviations. Preface. General
Introduction.
Part I. Regulation of the ICT Market.
1. Regulatory Framework of the Telecommunications Sector.
2. Regulation of Competition in the ICT Market.
3. Regulation of Cryptography and other Dual Use Goods.
4. Legal Status of Standardization.
5. Legal Status of Out-of-Court Dispute Settlement in the ICT Sector.
Part II. Protection of Intellectual Property in the ICT Sector.
1. Application of Copyright in the Area of ICT.
2. Legal Protection of Software.
3. Legal Protection of Databases.
4. Legal Protection of Computer Chips.
5. Other Intellectual Property Rights in the ICT Sector.
6. Internet Domain Name Registration.
Part III. ICT Contracts.
1. Hardware Contracts.
2. Software Contracts.
3. Turnkey Contracts.
4. Distribution Agreements.
5. Maintenance Contracts.
6. Facilities Management.
7. Network Services.
8. Government Contracts.
Part IV. Electronic Transactions.
1. Legal Status of Electronic Transactions.
2. Regulation of Electronic Signatures and Certification Services.
3. Legal Aspects of Electronic Banking.
4. Protection of Users of Electronic Services.
Part V. Non-Contractual Liability.
1. Negligence.
2. Liability of Network Operators.
3. Liability of Service Providers.
4. Product Liability.
Part VII. Computer Related Crime.
1. General legal development.
2. Application of Substantive Criminal Law in the Area of ICT.
3. Application of Criminal Procedure Law in the Area of ICT.
Conclusions.
Index.
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
Argentina, by Guillermo Cabanellas
Australia, by Prof. Eugene Clark, Prof. George Cho and
Mr. Arthur Hoyle, Paul Hynes
Brazil, by Prof. Luis Fernando Martins Castro, Rodrigo d’Avila Mariano,
Joao Fabio Azevedo e Azeredo
Bulgaria, by Prof. George Dimitrov
China, by Prof. Xue Hong
Cyprus, by Ms. Olga Georgiades
Czech Republic, by Prof. Radim Polcak, Jiri Cermak, Zbynek Loebl,
Tomas Grivna, Jan Matejka, Michal Petr
Denmark, by Prof. Ruth Nielsen, Prof. Søren Sandfeld Jakobsen,
Prof. Jan Trzaskowski and Prof. Kim Frost
Greece, by Dimitrios Maniotis, Prof. Michail-Theodorus Marinos,
Apostolos Anthimos, Ioannis Iglezakis and George Nouskalis
Hong Kong, by Mr. Yun Zhao
Hungary, by Dr. Balazs Rátai, Peter Homoki, Gabor Polyak,
Judit Schveger, Balazs Szemes, Gergely Szoke, Sandor Tasnadi,
Andras Toth
Ireland, by Prof. Maeve McDonagh and Prof. Louise Crowley
Italy, by Prof. Giovanni Ziccardi
Japan, by Prof. Masao Yanaga
Kenya, by Mr. Michael Murungi
Mexico, by Mr. C. Velasco
Poland, by Dr. Ewa Joanna Galewska, Zbigniew Okon, Marcin Ozog,
Dariusz Szostek, Marek Swierczynski, Eliana Trybuchowska
Portugal, by Judge Antonio Lourenço Martins and
Judge José Garcia Marques, Pedro Simoes Dias
South Africa, by Prof. Daniel van der Merwe
Spain, by Mr. Joaquín de Otaola Zamora, Pedro Letai Weissenberg
Sweden, by Prof. Christine Kirchberger
Turkey, by Prof. Leyla Keser Berber, Emre Bayamlioglu
United Kingdom, by Prof. Ian Lloyd
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Energy Law
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Botswana, by Prof. Emanuel Quansah
Finland, by Mr. Kim Talus, Alice Guimaraes, Arto Rajala, Laura Huomo,
Petri Vesa, Tuija Kaijalainen, Leea Salminen
Germany, by Dr. Malte Petersen and Mr. Henning Thomas
Greece, by Prof. Theodore Fortsakis
India, by Mr. Mohammad Naseem
Israel, by Prof. Margit Cohn
Italy, by Ms. Fabiana di Porto
Malaysia, by Prof. Abdul Haseeb Ansari
Mexico, by Jose Juan Gonzalez
Montenegro, by Ms. Branislava Lepotic Kovacevic
Nigeria, by Prof. Yinka Omorogbe
Pakistan, by Mr. Muhammad Arif, Sohaib Qadar, Shahid Mahmood
Peru, by Mr. José Honda
Serbia, by Dr. Branislava Lepotic Kovacevic
South Africa, by Prof. Willemien du Plessis
South Korea, by Mr. Soung Soo Kim
Spain, by Mr. J. de Cendra de Larragan and Dr.V. Bruggeman
Sweden, by Mr. Toren Wiwen-Nilsson, Ms. Malin Håkansson and
Mr. Mikael Wärnsby
Switzerland, by Prof. Rolf H. Weber
Taiwan, by Prof. Anton Ming-Zhi Gao
Uganda, by Prof. Emmanuel Kasimbazi
United Kingdom, by Prof. Patricia Park
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New legislation concerning nuclear power generation, the use of
non-renewable resources, transportation of hazardous materials
and other issues raised by energy production processes
Each country’s regulatory framework concerning electricity, gas,
petrol and coal
interactions of energy law with environmental law, tax and
competition law
General Structure:
The Author. Table of Contents. List of Abbreviations. Preface.
Introduction. Selected Bibliography.
Part I. Regulatory Framework Concerning Electricity.
1. Production.
2. Exploitation.
3. Transport.
4. Distribution.
5. Consumption.
Part II. Regulatory Framework Concerning Gas.
1. Production.
2. Exploitation.
3. Transport.
4. Distribution.
5. Consumption.
Part III. Regulatory Framework Concerning Petrol.
1. Production.
2. Exploitation.
3. Transport.
4. Distribution.
5. Consumption.
Part IV. Regulatory Framework Concerning Coal.
1. Production.
2. Exploitation.
3. Transport.
4. Distribution.
5. Consumption.
Part V. Interaction between Energy Law and Environmental Law.
Part VI. Interaction between Energy Law and Tax Law.
Part VII. Interaction between Energy Law and Competition Law.
Conclusions.
Index.
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Environmental Law
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historical background, the role of governmental institutions, and
the sources of environmental law.
Coverage of subjects such as pollution control legislation, nature
and conservation management, zoning and land-use planning,
liability questions, and judicial remedies
General Structure:
The Authors. Table of Contents. Preface. Introduction. Selected
Bibliography.
Part I: Pollution Control.
1. General Law.
2. Air Pollution.
3. Water Pollution.
4. Waste.
5. Soil Pollution.
6. Noise Pollution.
7. Radiation and Vibrations (Nuclear and Non-Nuclear).
8. Other Sectors.
Part II: Nature Conservation and Management.
1. Monuments and Landscapes.
2. Parks and Reserves.
3. Wildlife Protection.
4. Agricultural Resources.
5. Forests.
6. Fish Resources.
7. Subsoil and Minerals.
8. Other Sectors.
Part III: Zoning and Land-Use Planning
Part IV: Liability Questions.
Part V: Juridical Actions of Individuals.
1. Administrative Remedies.
2. Judicial Remedies.
Index.
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
Argentina, by Dr. Julio Villano
Botswana, by Dr. Onkemetse Tshosa
Bulgaria, by Prof. Liliana Maslarova
Canada, by Prof. Jamie Benidickson
China, by Prof. Xi Wang
Colombia, by Mr. Daniel Rincón Rubiano
Denmark, by Prof. Ellen Basse
Estonia, by Hannes Veinla, Kaarel Relve
Finland, by Dr. Pekka Vihervuori
Ghana, by Dr. Francis Botchway
Greece, by Prof. Dr. Ioannis Karakostas and Dr. Ioannis Vassilopoulos
India, by Mr. Mohammad Naseem
Israel, by Dr. Richard Laster, Dan Livney
Italy, by Prof. Stefano Grassi, Dr. Marcello Cecchetti, Dr. Alessando
Andronio, Antonio Borzi, Gianni Taddei and Dr. Andrea Davis
Jordan, by Mr. Saleh Al-Sharari, Suhair Khatib
Kenya, by Dr. Dan Ogolla, J.B. Ojwang
Kuwait, by Prof. Nada Al-Duaij and Prof. Eissa Al-Enezy
Malaysia, by Prof. Maizatun Mustafa
Malta, by Ms. Simone Borg, Louise Spiteri
Mexico, by Prof. José Juan Gonzalez Márquez
Montenegro, by Prof. Dragoljub Todic
Netherlands, by Michiel Heldeweg, René Seerden
New Zealand, by Mr. Simon Reeves
Norway, by Prof. Hans Christian Bugge
Philippines, by Mr. Amado Tolentino and Mrs. Myrna Feliciano
Russian Federation, by Prof. Irina Krasnova, Oleg Kolbasov
Serbia, by Dr. Vid Vukasovic and Mr. Dragoljub Todic
Singapore, by Prof Lin Heng Lye
Slovak Republic, by Prof. Milan Stefanovic
South Africa, by Prof. André Rabie
Spain, by Prof. Mar Campins Eritja, Prof. Isabel Pont Castejón and
Prof. Antoni Pigrau Sole
Sri Lanka, by Prof. Camena Guneratne
Sweden, by Prof. Staffan Westerlund
Switzerland, by Prof. Anne Petitpierre
Uganda, by Prof. Emmanuel Kasimbazi
United States, by Prof. Margret Grossman, Prof. Laurie Reynolds,
Prof. Roger Findley and Prof. Philip Weinberg
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Family and Succession Law
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international organizations in the domain of family and succession
law, such as the Council of Europe, the EU and the International
Commission on Civil Status
General Structure:
The author. List of Abbreviations. Preface. General Introduction.
Selected Bibliography. Index.
General Introduction.
Part I. Persons.
Chapter 1. The status of a person.
Chapter 2. Registration of civil status.
Chapter 3. Personality rights.
Chapter 4. Names.
Chapter 5. Nationality.
Chapter 6. Domicile and residence.
Chapter 7. Mentally handicapped persons.
Part II. Family Law.
Chapter 1. Marriage.
Chapter 2. Divorce.
Chapter 3. Cohabitation without marriage.
Chapter 4. Filiation.
Chapter 5. Adoption.
Chapter 6. Parental authority.
Chapter 7. Guardianship.
Chapter 8. Kinship and relationships of affinity.
Part III. Matrimonial Property Law.
Chapter 1. Rights and obligations of spouses.
Chapter 2. The marriage settlement.
Chapter 3. The legal matrimonial regime.
Chapter 4. Conventional matrimonial regimes.
Part IV. Succession Law.
Chapter 1. Intestate succession.
Chapter 2. Testamentary succession.
Chapter 3. Acts inter vivos related to the estate.
Chapter 4. Acquisition and administration of the estate.
Index.
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
Australia, by Prof. J.N. Turner
Benin, by Prof. A.N. Gbaguidi
Botswana, by Dr. E. Quansah
Costa Rica, by Mr. Henry Saint Dahl, Mr. G. Trejos and Mr. L. Zagustin
Croatia, by Prof. T. Josipović, Prof. I. Gliha, Prof. N. Hlac̆a and
Prof. I. Kunda
Cyprus, by Prof. Achilles Emilianides
Czech Republic, by Dr. M. Hrušáková and Prof. L. Westphalova
Denmark, by Prof. H.V. Godsk Pedersen and Prof. I. Lund-Andersen
England and Wales, by Prof. R. Probert
Estonia, by Prof. T. Kalmet and Prof. P. Mõistlik
Germany, by Prof. D. Schwab, Prof. P. Gottwald and Saskia Lettmaier
Ghana, by Prof. W.C.E. Daniels
Greece, by Prof. I. Androulidakis-Dimitriadis
India, by Prof. K.B. Agrawal
Iran, by Dr. N. Yassari
Ireland, by Prof. P. Ward
Japan, by Prof. S. Minamikata, Prof. S. Maruyama and Dr. H. Tanaka
Malawi, by Mr. F. Mwale
Malaysia, by Dr. Z. Kamaruddin, Dr. M.N. Ishan Jan and
Dr. A. Hidayah Halim
Mexico, by Prof. J. Márquez González
Montenegro, by Oliver Antic
New Zealand, Prof. W. Atkin
Poland, by Dr. M. Habdas and Prof. S. Kalus
Portugal, by Prof. G. Freire Falcão de Oliveira
Serbia, by Prof. O. Antic
Slovenia, by Prof. M. Geč-Korošec and Prof. V. Rijavec
South Africa, by Prof. Jacqueline Heaton and Prof. Anneliese Roos
Spain, by Prof. G. García Cantero and Prof. J. Rams Albesa
Sweden, by Prof. M. Kirilova Eriksson and Prof. J. Schiratzki
United States, by Prof. L.D. Wardle and Prof. L.C. Nolan
Uruguay, by Prof. W. T.H. Alanis, Prof. S. Altieri Massa and
Prof. M. Ortegui Carrasco
Zambia, by Prof. C. Himonga
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Insurance Law
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Part IV. Motor Vehicle Insurance.
IEL Insurance Law gives you overviews of more than 10 countries.
It includes:
Part V. Insurance of the Person.
Chapter 1. Workmen's compensation and occupational disease.
Chapter 2. Bodily injuries.
Chapter 3. Private health insurance.
Chapter 4. Life insurance.
Chapter 5. Pension funds.
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General background information and specific country law in each
national monograph
A Codex with the basic legislation, which the EU, The European
Economic Area and the Swiss Confederation have adopted with
regard to private insurance
General Structure:
Introduction. The Authors. Table of Contents. List of Abbreviations.
Preface. General Introduction. Selected Bibliography.
General Introduction.
1. General background information.
2. Historical background of insurance and insurance legislation.
3. Sources of insurance law.
4. Dispute settlement and arbitration.
5. Consumer protection (in general, and with regard to insurance).
6. Compulsory insurance.
Part 1. The Insurance Company.
Chapter 1. The insurance company: its form.
Chapter 2. Access to business.
Chapter 3. Supervision.
Chapter 4. Technical reserves and investments.
Chapter 5. Accountancy.
Chapter 6. Taxation of the company.
Part II. The Insurance Contract – General.
Chapter 1. Generalities (Characteristics, interpretation, categories,
general principles).
Chapter 2. Insurable risk.
Chapter 3. Formation of the insurance contract.
Chapter 4. Obligations of the insured.
Chapter 5. Obligations of the insurer.
Chapter 6. Insurance and third parties.
Chapter 7. Termination of the insurance contract.
Part III. Property and Liability Insurance.
Chapter 1. Fire insurance.
Chapter 2. Loss of benefits insurance.
Chapter 3. Transport insurance.
Chapter 4. Liability insurance (professional liability, product liability,
environmental insurance private life liability insurance, etc.).
Chapter 5. Motor vehicle insurance (pro memoria).
Chapter 6. Legal aid insurance.
Chapter 7. Aviation and space insurance.
Chapter 8. Theft and embezzlement insurance.
Chapter 9. Agricultural insurance, hail insurance, livestock insurance.
Chapter 10. Catastrophe insurance.
Chapter 11. Credit and caution insurance.
Chapter 12. Technical insurance.
Chapter 13. Miscellaneous insurance.
Part VI. Private Insurance - Social Security.
Part VII. Insurance Intermediaries.
Chapter 1. Law of establishment and supervision.
Chapter 2. Insurance intermediaries and the insurance contract.
Part VIII. Reinsurance, Co-insurance, Pooling.
Part IX. Taxation of Insurance.
Part X. Risk Management and Prevention.
Index.
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
Argentina, by Mr Emilio Bullo and Mr Carlos Estebenet
Canada, by Prof. Craig Brown
Denmark, by Dr. Preben Lyngso
Greece, by Prof. Ioannis Rokas
India, by Prof. K.B. Agrawal, Vandana Singh
Italy, by Prof. Diana Cerini
Japan, Prof. Noboru Kobayashi, Yoshihiri Umekawa, Tamito Mikami,
Shinichi Okuda
Poland, by Prof. Zdzislaw Brodecki, Ms. Agnieszka Binieda and
Ms. Katarzyna Malinowska-Kaminska, Pawel Sukiennik
Portugal, by Prof. Jorge Sinde Monteiro and
Prof. Maria José Rangel de Mesquita
Romania, by Ms. Maria Bugeanu and Ms. Mihaela Tudor,
Florentina Almajanu
Serbia, by Vladimir Marjanski
Spain, by Prof. Juan Bataller-Grau, Nuria Latorre Chiner,
Jesus Olavarria Iglesia
United Kingdom, by Prof. John Birds
United States, by Prof. Neil Bernstein
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Intellectual Property
Features and Benefits
IEL Intellectual Property gives you overviews of more than 40
countries. It includes:
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Legislation and Policy for each country
Information on all major and important international conventions
Coverage of International bodies such as EU and WIPO/OMPI
General Structure:
The Authors. Table of Contents. List of Abbreviations.
Acknowledgements. Preface. General Introduction.
Part I: The European Community.
1. The European Community and intellectual property.
2. Intellectual property and free movement.
3. Intellectual property and the competition rules.
Part II: International Conventions. Commentary.
1. The Paris Convention for the protection of industrial property.
2. Copyright and neighbouring rights.
3. Patents.
4. Trademarks.
5. Industrial designs.
6. Plant variety protection.
7. Chip protection.
8. TRIPS-agreement.
Part III: National Monographs.
1. Copyright and neighbouring rights.
2. Patents.
3. Utility models.
4. Trademarks.
5. Trade names.
6. Industrial designs.
7. Plant variety protection.
8. Chip protection.
9. Trade secrets / Confidential information.
10. Geographical indications and appellations of origin.
INTERNATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
Croatia, by Prof. Hrvoje Sikirić, Igor Gliha, Mladen Vukmir
Cyprus, by Dr. Christos Theodoulou
Czech Republic, by Prof. Ivo Telec and Mgr. Michaela Sigmundová
Denmark, by Dr. T. Riis
Egypt, by Prof. Hossam. El-Saghir
Estonia, by Prof. Heinu Koitel and Prof. Raivo Koitel, Kärt Nemvalts
Finland, by Prof. Niklas Bruun
France, by Dr. Nicolas Bouche
Greece, by Prof. Athanassios Liakopoulos
Hungary, by Prof. Levente Tattay
India, by Dr. Tamali Sen Gupta
Indonesia, by Dr. Bambang Kesowo and Dr. Cita Citrawinda Priapantja
Ireland, by Prof. Robert Clark and Ms. Maire Ní Shúilleabháin
Jamaica, by Ms. Dianne Daly
Japan, by Prof. Teruo Doi
Jordan, by Dr. Mohammed El-Said
Latvia, by Prof. Frank Diedrich and Dr. Inga Švarca
Lebanon, by Dr. Mohammed El-Said
Malaysia, by Prof. Ida Madieha Azmi, Juriah Abd Jalil
Malta, by Mr. Eugene Buttigieg
Philippines, by Mr. Jacinto Jimenez
Poland, by Prof. Piotr Machnikowski, Ms. Justyna Balcarczyk and
Ms. Agnieszka Górnicz-Mulcahy
Portugal, by Prof. Maria Victória da Rocha
Romania, by Dr. Alexandru Strenc, Dr. Gheorghe Gheorghiu and
Dr. Gheorghe Bucsa
Slovak Republic, by Prof. Jan Švidron̆
South Pacific, by Ms. Sue Farran
Spain, by Prof. Alberto Bercovitz Rodríguez-Cano,
Prof. Germán Bercovitz Álvarez and Dr. Raúl Bercovitz Álvarez
Sweden, by Prof. Li Westerlund
Switzerland, by Prof. François Dessemontet
Turkey, by Prof. Ergun Özsunay
Uganda, by Ms. J. Apecu Laker, Brendah Nabatanzi Mpanga
Ukraine, by Dr. Anna Tsirat, Yurij Kapitsa
United Kingdom, by Prof. Colin Davies and Prof. Tania Cheng
United States, by Prof. Sheldon Halpern, Prof. Kenneth Port,
Sean Seymore
Uruguay, by Prof. Juan Manuel Gutiérriez and
Prof. Beatriz Bugallo-Montano
Vietnam, Dr. Net Le and Ms. Helen Morris
Berne Convention, by Bashar Malkawi
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
Argentina, by Prof. Guillermo Cabanellas
Australia, by Prof. William van Caenegem
Austria, by Mr. Richard Schnopfhagen, Dieter Heine, Vladan Katanic
Botswana, by Prof. Siamisang Morolong
Brazil, by Prof. Maristela Basso, Edson Beas Rodriguez jr
Canada, by Prof. Mistrale Goudreau
China, by Prof. Xue Hong
Colombia, by Mr. Daniel Peña, Maria Catalina Carmona
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Intergovernmental Organizations
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IEL Intergovernmental Organizations gives you overviews of more
than 25 intergovernmental organizations. It includes:
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the most important IGOS
A collection of source materials (fundamental treaties, constitutive
acts and relevant international case-law) complementing the
collection
General Structure:
List of Contributors. Introducing the International Encyclopaedia of
Intergovernmental Organizations. Curriculum Vitae of the Editors.
1. Genesis and historical development.
2. Constitutional Treat(y/ies) / Document(s) (incl. interpretation
& amendment).
3. Institutional Framework.
a. Objectives and competences.
b. Legal status (incl. legal personality & privileges and immunities).
c. Membership
d. Organs (composition, competences, …).
e. Decisions (decision-making, legal nature, publication,
enforcement).
f. Dispute settlement.
g. Financing.
4. Activities (incl. publications).
5. External relations (incl. treaty-making powers and relations
with other organizations).
Subject Index.
Short Bibliography.
ORGANIZATIONS INCLUDED:
European Free Trade Association (EFTA) & European Economic
Area (EEA), by Mr. Niels Fenger, Mr. Michael Rydelski and
Mr. Titus van Stiphout
European Space Agency (ESA), by Mr. Gabriel Lafferranderie
International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes
(ICSID), by Prof. Yaraslau Kryvoi
International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), by Prof. L. Weber
International Commission on Civil Status (ICCS),
by Mr. Jacques Massip, Mr. Frits. Hondius (†) and Ms. Chantal Nast
International Institute for the Unification of Private Law
(UNIDROIT), by Ms. Lena Peters
International Labour Organization (ILO), by Mr. Jean-Michel Servais
International Monetary Fund (IMF), by Dr. Erik Denters
MERCOSUR, by Prof. Paulo Casella
Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA),
by Mr. Panayotis Protopsaltis
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA),
by Prof. Kevin Kennedy
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO),
by Dr. Snezana Trifunovska
Organization for the Islamic Conference (OIC),
by Mr. Curtis Doebbler
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE),
by Dr. Snezana Trifunovska
Organization of American States (OAS), by Dr. Enrique Lagos
Southern African Development Community (SADC),
by Prof. Stefaan Smis, Stephen Sevidzem Kingah
United Nations (UN), by Prof. Neri Sybesma-Knol
World Health Organization (WHO), by Mr. Gian Luca Burci and
Mr. Claude-Henri Vignes
World Meteorogical Organization (WMO),
by Ms. Iwona Rummel-Bulska
World Trade Organization (WTO), by Prof. Jan Wouters
African Union, by Prof. Konstantinos Magliveras and Dr. Gino Naldi
Andean Common Market, by Ms. Anna Vilela Espinosa,
Jorge Bernedo Alvarado
Asian Development Bank (ADB), by Prof. John W. Head
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN),
by Mr. Adijaya Yusuf
Bank for International Settlements, by Mr. Daniel Lefort
Council of Europe (CE), by Ms. Tanja Kleinsorge
European Centre for Higher Education (CEPES),
by Dr. Leland Barrows
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Labour Law and Industrial Relations
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INTERNATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
IEL Labour Law and Industrial Relations gives you overviews of over
60 countries. It provides:
Andean Common Market, by Prof. Hector Maldonado Lira,
Prof. Luis Aparicio Valdez and Ms Anna Vilela Espinosa
Council of Europe, by Dr. H. Wiebringhaus
European Labour Law, by Prof. Roger Blanpain
European Social Charter, by Prof. R. Birk
North American Free Trade Organisation, by Prof. Lance Compa and
Ms Tequila Brooks
OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises,
by Prof. Roger Blanpain and Mr. Peter Tergeist
Tripartite ILO Declaration, by H. Gunter, Paul Bailey
International Employers' Organisation, by Mr. J.J. Oechslin and
Mr. J.F. Retournard
International Labour Law, by Mr. Jean-Michel Servais
Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development,
by Peter Tergeist, Mr. Oliver Clarke, Edwin Bell
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Factual information and practical insight into both the technical
legal day-to-day aspects of labour relations
Coverage of developing trends in the relationship between
management and labour and major international bodies such as
the ILO, NAFTA, OECD and the EU
Case Law of relevant international and regional jurisprudence with
background notes
General Structure:
The author. List of Abbreviations. Introduction. Bibliography. Index.
Part I. The Individual Employment Relation.
1. Definition and concepts.
2. Rights and duties of the parties during the employment.
3. Working time, annual vacations, holidays (including overtime and
Sunday duty).
4. Remuneration and benefits (minimum wages; various protective
measures).
5. Incapacity to work (illness, accidents at work, military service).
6. Job security.
7. Protection of certain categories of workers, protection against
discrimination in employment.
8. Covenants of non-competition.
9. Inventions by employees.
10. Settlement of disputes.
Part II. Collective Labour Relations.
1. Trade union freedom.
2. Trade unions and employers' associations.
3. Institutionalized relations between employers and employees.
4. Collective bargaining.
5. Strikes, lock-outs and other legal forms of industrial action.
6. Settlement of industrial disputes a protection of vital needs.
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NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
Argentina, by Dr. Emiliano Gabet
Australia, by Prof. Brian Brooks
Austria, by Prof. Martin Risak
Bangladesh, by Judge Zinat Ara
Belarus, by Prof. Yaraslau Kryvoi
Belgium, by Prof. Roger Blanpain
Brazil, by Prof. Ronald Amorim e Souza
Bulgaria, by Prof. Vassil Mrachkov
Chile, by Prof. Emilio Morgado Valenzuela
China, by Prof. Ke Chen
Costa Rica, by Prof. Bernardo van der Laat and Prof. A. Godinez
Czech Republic, by Prof. Jan Pichrt, Martin Stefko
Denmark, by Prof. Ole Hasselbalch
Dominican Republic, by Prof. L. Hernández Rueda
Ethiopia, by Prof. Tameru Wondm Agegnehu and Mr. Yohannes Heroui,
Y.T. Walilegne
France, by Prof. Jean-Pierre Laborde
Germany, by Prof. Manfred Weiss and Dr. Marlene Schmidt
Ghana, by Prof. Kwamina Panford
Great Britain, by Prof. Stephen Hardy
Hong Kong, by Mr. Sek-Hong Ng
Hungary, by Prof. Jozsef Hajdú
Iceland, by Prof. Elin BlöndaL and Ms Ragnheidur Morgan Sigurdardottir
India, by Dr. Chandra Johri
Iraq, by Prof. Salam Abdullah
Ireland, by Prof. Kevin Costello
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Israel, by Prof. Hadara Bar-Mor
Italy, by Prof. Tiziano Treu
Japan, by Prof. Tadasho Hanami and Prof. Fumito Komiya
Kenya, by Mr. Samora Owino, James Kimani Njenga
Latvia, by Ms. Ineta Tàre
Lithuania, by Prof. Ipolitas Nekrošius, J. Andriuskeviciute
Luxembourg, by Dr. Romain Schintgen
Malawi, by Rachel Sophie Sikwese
Malta, by Prof. Edward Lawrence Zammit, Matthew Brincat
Mexico, by Prof. Nestor de Buen
Nepal, by Prof. Ajeet Mathur
Netherlands, by Prof. Antoine Jacobs
New Zealand, by Prof. Gordon Anderson
Nigeria, by Prof. Chioma Agomo
Norway, by Prof. Henning Jakhelln, Kristine Fremstad Moen,
Maarten Brandsnes Faret
Pakistan, by Mr Muhammad Shahid Malik and Mr. Muhammad Arif
Poland, by Prof. Maria Matey
Portugal, by Prof. Júlio Vieira Gomes, Catarina de Oliveira Carvalho
Romania, by Prof. Raluca Dimitriu
Russian Federation, by Prof. Zhanna Gorbacheva
Serbia, by Prof. Predrag Jovanović
Slovak Republic, by Prof. Helena Barancová, Andrea Olsovska
Slovenia, by Prof. Zvone Vodovnik
South Africa, by Prof. J. Piron and Prof. P.A.K. le Roux
South Korea, by Prof. Hakchun Lee, Zoon Ki Ko
South Pacific, by Prof. Brian Brooks
Spain, by Prof. Dr. Fermín Rodríguez-Sañudo
Sweden, by Prof. Birgitta Nyström
Switzerland, by Prof. Pascal Mahon
Turkey, by Prof. Toker Dereli
Uganda, by Mrs. Brendah Nbatanzi- Mpanga, Dorothy Ochola
United States, by Prof. Alvin Goldman
Uruguay, by Prof. Cristina Mangarelli
Zambia, by Dr. Evance Kalula, Dennis Zulu
European Works Council:
Austria, by Prof. Robert Rebhahn
Belgium, by Prof. Chris Engels
Czech Republic, by Prof. Jan Pichrt
Denmark, by Prof. Ole Hasselbalch
Estonia, by Prof. Merle Muda
Finland, by Prof. Kari-Pekka Tiitinen
Germany, by Ms Elena Heimann
Greece, by Prof. Theodore Koniaris
Italy, by Dr. Michele Colucci
Latvia, by Mr. Sergey Maluhin
Luxembourg, by Prof. Achim Seifert
Poland, by Prof. Dagmara Skupien
Spain, by Prof. Fernando Elorza Guerrero
Sweden, by Dr. Birgitta Nyström
United Kingdom, by Mr. Raymond Jeffers
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Media Law
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IEL Media law gives overviews of 8 countries. More countries will be
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Coverage of all key issues
An international monograph dealing with international treaties
INTERNATIONAL MONOGRAPHS
I. International Conventions.
Chapter 1. Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948), Article 19.
Chapter 2. International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1966),
Article 19.
II. Council of Europe.
Chapter 1. The European Convention for the Protection of Human
Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (Art. 10).
Chapter 2. European Convention on Transfrontier Television.
Chapter 3. Committee of Ministers' Declarations, Recommendations
and Resolutions.
Chapter 4. Parliamentary Assembly Recommendations and
Resolutions.
III. European Union.
Chapter 1. Charter of fundamental rights of the European Union.
Chapter 2. Media and economic freedoms in the EC Treaty.
Chapter 3. Media and the competition rules.
Chapter 4. Secondary legislation.
1. Audiovisual Media Services Directive.
2. Other.
Part III. Regulation of audiovisual media (broadcasting).
Chapter 1. Public service broadcasting.
Chapter 2. Private broadcasting.
Chapter 3. Programme standards.
Chapter 4. Political broadcasting.
Chapter 5. Advertising rules.
Chapter 6. Right to information.
Chapter 7. Access to networks.
Chapter 8. Standards and interoperability.
Part IV. Cross ownership regulation.
Part V. Supervision: media regulator.
Chapter 1. Organisation.
Chapter 2. Tasks.
Chapter 3. Sanctioning powers.
Index.
INTERNATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
European Union, by Prof. Peggy Valcke and Ms Katrien Lefever
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
Belgium, by Prof. Peggy Valcke and Dr Eva Lievens
Botswana, by Prof. Charles Fombad
Denmark, by Prof. Søren Sandfeld Jakobsen, Sten Schaumburg-Muller
India, by Prof. Kiran Prasad
Italy, by Prof. Roberto Mastroianni, Amedeo Arena
Slovak Republic, by Dr Andrej Skolkay
South Africa, by Mr. Robert Brand
United Kingdom, by Prof. Tom Gibbons
General Structure:
The Author(s).Table of Contents. List of Abbreviations. Preface. General
Introduction. Selected Bibliography.
GENERAL INTRODUCTION
1. General Background of the Country.
2. The Media Landscape.
3. Sources of Media Law.
Part II. Regulation of print media.
Chapter 1. The journalists' profession.
Chapter 2. Journalists' rights.
Chapter 3. Journalists' liability.
Chapter 4. Right to reply.
Chapter 5. Access to public information.
Chapter 6. Press Council.
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Medical Law
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INTERNATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
IEL Medical Law gives you overviews of more than 25 countries.
It includes:
World Health Organisation, by Mr. Gian Luca Burci and Mr. ClaudeHenri Vignes,
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The law related to the medical profession, such as access to the
medical profession, illegal practice of medicine and control over
the practice of medicine
The physician-patient relationship (the rights and duties of
physicians and patients) and specific issues such as abortion and
euthanasia
The national law dealing with the physician in relation to his
colleagues, to other health care providers and the health care
system
An international monograph covers the World Health Organization
in both its international and regional aspects
A Codex of International Medical Law and Ethics
Each monograph follows the outline below.
The Authors. Table of Contents. Preface. General Introduction: General
Background. General Description of the Health Care System. Medical
Law. Selected Bibliography.
Part I: The Medical Profession.
1. Access to the Medical Profession.
2. The Practice of Medicine.
3. Illegal Practice of Medicine.
4. Control over the Practice of Medicine.
Part II: The Physician-Patient Relationship.
1. General Description.
2. The Physician-Patient Relationship in Specific Terms.
3. Specific Activities.
Part III: The Physician and the Health Care System.
1. Collegial Relationships.
2. Relationship with Other Health Care Providers.
3. Relationship with Health Care Institutions.
Index.
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
Austria, by Prof. Christian Kopetzki, Aline Leischner, Claudia Zeinhofer,
Christina Lindner
Belgium, by Prof. H. Nys,
Bulgaria, by Prof. Darina Zinovieva,
Canada, by Ms Tracey Bailey,
China, by Prof. Dr. Shizhou Wang, Aihui Cai, Ying Wang
Czech Republic, by Mr. André Den Exter, and Mr. Lukas Prudil,
France, by Prof. Gérard Memeteau,
Germany, by Prof. Tade Matthias Spranger,
Greece, by Dr. T.B. Koniaris and Dr. A.D. Karlovassitou-Koniari
Hungary, by Prof. Judit Sandor,
Ireland, by Prof. Deirdre Madden,
Israel, by Prof. Amnon Carmi, Mohammad Wattad
Japan, by Prof. Yuichiro Sato, Katsunori Kai, Yuko Nagamizu
Malaysia, by Prof. Kartina Choong,
Netherlands, by Dr. André Den Exter, Dr. Hans Akveld,
Herbert Hermans, Martin Buijsen
Peru, by Prof. Enrique Varsi RospigliosI,
Poland, by Dr. André Den Exter, Prof. Miroslaw Nesterowicz and
Prof. Ewa Baginska,
Portugal, by Prof. Paula Lobato de Faria,
Quebec, by Prof. Michelle Giroux,
Slovak Republic, by Mr. Peter Kovac
South Africa, by Prof. Melodie Nöthling Slabbert,
South Pacific, by Prof. Peter Macfarlane,
Spain, by Prof. Carlos Romeo-Casabona, Mr. José Hernandez-Plasencia
and Mr. Esteban Sola-Reche,
Sweden, by Prof. Lotta Westerhall,
Switzerland, by Prof. Andrea Büchler, Thomas Gächter
Turkey, by Prof. Gürkan Sert, Dr. Tolga Güven and Prof. Sefik Görkey,
Uruguay, by Prof. Pedro Montano y Gomez de Alia and
Dr. Mauricio Mendez, and Prof. Juan Puerto Gonzalez,
United States, by Prof. Timothy Jost, Prof. Barry Furrow, Prof. Sandra
Johnson and Prof. Thomas Greaney, and Prof. Robert Schwarz
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Migration Law
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IEL Migration Law gives you overviews of 7 countries with more
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supranational, international and regional organizations
General Structure:
Introduction. The author(s).Table of Contents. List of abbreviations.
Preface. General Introduction. Selected Bibliography.
General Introduction.
I. Historical overview.
II. Current applicable legislation.
III. Administrative and judicial authorities.
Part I: Border control and entrance.
Chapter 1. Organisation of border control.
Chapter 2. Right to enter the country.
Chapter 3. Refusal of entry.
Part II: Right of residence: General provisions.
Chapter 1. Short stay.
Chapter 2. Residence.
Chapter 3. Long term residence.
Part III: Right of residence for specific categories of persons.
Chapter 1. Nationals with preferential treatment.
Chapter 2. Students.
Chapter 3. Researchers.
Chapter 4. Labour and economic migration.
Chapter 5. Humanitarian reasons.
Chapter 6. Asylum.
Chapter 7. Others grounds.
Part V Sanctions.
Chapter 1. Sanctions.
Chapter 2. Sanctions against persons helping illegal entry and
residence.
Part VI: Legal remedies and procedural safeguards.
Chapter 1. Legal remedies in case of refusal of right to enter, stay or
reside.
Chapter 2. Legal remedies in case of detention.
Chapter 3. Other legal remedies.
Part VII Access to the labour market.
Chapter 1. Overview of applicable legislation.
Chapter 2. Conditions for entitlement to work in the country as an
employed person.
Chapter 3 Sanctions against illegal participation in the labour market.
Chapter 4 Legal remedies and procedural safeguards.
Part VIII Access to self-employed activities.
Chapter 1 Overview of applicable legislation.
Chapter 2 Conditions for entitlement to work in the country as a selfemployed.
Chapter 3 Sanctions against illegal exercise of self-employment.
Chapter 4 Legal remedies and procedural safeguards.
Index.
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
China, by Prof. Guofu Liu
Czech Republic, by Mr. David Kosar and Ms Hana Lupacova
Estonia, by Prof. Ene Andresen and Prof. Berit Aaviksoo
Finland, by Eeva Nykänen, Dr. Elina Pirjatanniemi, Olli Sorainen and
Ida Staffans
Greece, by Konstantinos D. Magliveras
Hungary, by Judith Toth
Slovenia, by Ms Neza Kogovsek
United States, by Maria Isabel Medina
Part IV: Loss of right of residence.
Chapter 1. Conditions under which the right of residence might be lost.
Chapter 2. Legal and administrative procedures.
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Private International Law
Features and Benefits
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
IEL Private International Law gives you overviews of 24 countries.
Beginning with a general introduction to the private international Law
of the country concerned, each monograph goes on to discuss:
Argentina, by Prof. A. Dreyzin de Klor
Australia, by Prof. M. Sychold
Belarus, by Prof. A. Danilevich
Brazil, by Prof. J. Dolinger
Czech Republic, by Prof. M. Pauknerová
Ghana, by Prof. Dr. R. Frimpong Oppong
Greece, by Prof. S. Vrellis, Dr. Davrados, Dr. A. Mantakou,
Prof. H.P. Meidanis, Prof. C.P. Pamboukis, Dr. G. Panapoulos,
Prof. I. Thoma, Dr. D. Tsikrikas and Dr. C. Tsouca
Hungary, by Csongor Istvan Nagy
India, by Prof. K.B. Agrawal and Dr. V. Singh
Israel, by Prof T. Einhorn
Italy, by Prof. P. Mengozzi
Mauritius, by Prof. A.H. Angelo and Sir V. Glover KT
Montenegro, by Prof. Dr. M. Kostić-Mandić, Prof. Dr. M. Stanivuković
and Prof. Dr. M. Živković
New Zealand, by Prof. A.H. Angelo
Nigeria, by Prof. I.O. Agbede
Russian Federation, by Prof. O. Vorobieva
Serbia, by Prof. Dr. M. Stanivuković and Prof. Dr. M. Živković
South Africa, by Prof. E. Schoeman and Prof. C. Roodt
South Pacific, by Prof. A.H. Angelo
Spain, by Prof. D.P. Fernández Arroyo, Prof. M. Checa Martínez and
Prof. P. Maestre Casas
Sweden, by Prof. M. Bogdan
Turkey, by Prof. Dr. G. Tekinalp, Prof. Dr. E. Nomer and Mr. A. Odman
United States, by Prof. S.C. Symeonides
Uruguay, by Prof. G.A. Lorenzo Idiarte and Prof. Carmen González
Pedrouzo, Adriana Fernandez Pereiro
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the choice of law technique
sources of private international law
the relevant connection with the law of a country and the
connecting factors
the rules of choice of law on natural and legal persons, contractual
and non-contractual obligations, movable and immovable,
intangible property rights, company law, family law, marriage,
cohabitation, registered partnerships, property, maintenance, child
law, and succession law, including testamentary dispositions.
General Structure:
The Author. Table of Contents. List of Abbreviations. Preface. General
Introduction.
Part I. General Principles (Choice of Law Technique).
1. Sources of PIL.
2. Connection.
3. Basic Terms.
Part II. Rules of Choice of Law.
1. Persons.
2. Obligations.
3. Law of Property.
4. Intangible Property Rights.
5. Company Law.
6. Family Law.
7. Succession Law.
Part III. Annex: International Civil Procedure.
1. Sources of ICP (National Law, International Conventions).
2. The Principle of lex fori.
3. National Jurisdiction.
4. International Jurisdiction.
5. Acceptability and Enforcement of Foreign Judgements.
6. International Arbitration.
Index.
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Property and Trust Law
Features and Benefits
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
IEL Property and Trust Law gives you overviews of over 10 countries.
This monograph of IEL deals with the diversity of rights and interests
in all kinds of property and assets. This practical country-by-country
analysis and guide takes a functional approach to the subject matter.
The following topics are covered:
Colombia, by Prof. E. Rengifo
England and Wales, by Prof. D. Hayton and Prof. P. Matthews
Finland, by Prof. E.J. Hollo
Greece, by Prof. I. Karibali-Tsiptsiou
Ireland, by Prof. Una Woods
New Zealand, by Prof. G. Williams
Portugal, by Sandra Passinhas
Slovenia, by Prof. Jerca Kramberger Skerl, Ana Vlahek
South Africa, by Prof. C.G. van der Merwe, Prof. Dr. M.J. de Waal and
Prof. D.L.C. Miller
South Pacific, by Prof. S. Farran
Spain, by Prof. Dr. R. Sánchez Aristi and Prof. Dr. N. Moralejo Imbernón
Switzerland, by Dr. G. von Segesser
Uganda, by Prof. D.J. Bakibinga
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Immovable Property and Real Property
Movable Property and Personal Property/Chattels
Acquisition of Property Rights
Trust and Fiduciary Mechanisms
Security
General Structure:
Table of contents. List of Abbreviations. General Introduction. Selected
Bibliography.
Part I. Immovable Property and Real Property.
1. General Classification.
2. Legal Interests.
3. Equitable Interests.
4. Limited Interests.
5. Security Interests.
6. Joint Ownership.
7. Neighbourhood and Urban Problems.
8. Agrarian Problems.
Part II. Movable Property and Personal Property/Chattels.
1. General Classification.
2. Legal Interests.
3. Equitable Interests.
4. Security Interests.
Part III. Acquisition of Property Rights.
1. Transfer of Property by Contract Inter vivos.
2. Transfer of Property by Death.
3. Possession.
4. Accession.
5. Appropriation.
6. Expropriation.
7. Insolvency.
Part IV. Trust and Fiduciary Mechanisms
1. Administration of Property.
2. Security.
Part V. Security
1. Securities in Immovable Property.
2. Securities in Movable Property.
Index.
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Religion
Features and Benefits
IEL Religion gives you overviews of 5 countries with more countries
being added in the future. It includes:
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Country-by-Country overview
Systematic information on how each State deals with religion, the
role it plays in society, the status of the church involved, etc
Regional and international monographs concerning the place and
role of religion in international treaties
In-depth description of the most important religions
General Structure:
Introduction. The Authors. Table of Contents. List of Abbreviations.
Preface. General Introduction. Selected Bibliography.
Part VI: Labour Law within Religious Communities.
Chapter 1: Scope of Application of Labour Law.
Chapter 2: Religious Ministers and Labour Law.
Chapter 3: Other Church Employees and Labour Law.
Part VII: Religious Communities and Protections of the Individual.
Chapter 1: Protection of Privacy.
Chapter 2: Freedom to Marry.
Chapter 3: Freedom of Expression.
Chapter 4: Due Process Norms and Religious Groups.
Chapter 5: Professional Secrecy.
Chapter 6: Medical Deontology.
Chapter 7: Non-Discrimination.
Chapter 8: Penal Law and Religion.
Part VIII: Church Financing.
Chapter 1: Direct Financing of Religious Communities.
Chapter 2: Indirect Financing of Religious Communities.
General Introduction.
1. General Background of the Country.
2. Social Facts about Religion.
3. Historical Background.
4. Selected Bibliography.
Part I: Legal Framework and Sources.
Chapter 1: Constitutional Position of Religion.
Chapter 2: Other legislation with Regard to Religion.
Chapter 3: Typology of the System.
Part II: Religious Freedom in General.
Chapter 1: Individual Religious Freedom.
Chapter 2: Collective Religious Freedom.
Chapter 3: Organisational Religious Freedom.
Part III: Legal Status of Religious Communities.
Chapter 1: Formal Status of Religious Communities.
Chapter 2: Autonomy of Religious Communities.
Chapter 3: Fundamental Rights and Religious Communities.
Chapter 4: Contractual Religious Freedom
Part IV: International, Transnational, Regional Effects on Religious
Communities.
Chapter 1: International Law Effects on Religious Communities.
Chapter 2: Transnational Law Effects on Religious Communities.
Chapter 3: Regional Law Effects on Religious Communities.
Part V: Religion and Politics.
Chapter 1: Religion Influence in Politics.
Chapter 2: Political Influence in Religion.
Chapter 3: Interaction Between Religion and State on a Political and
Legal Level.
Part IX: Education.
Chapter 1: Religious Education in Public and Private Schools.
Chapter 2: Religious Schools.
Part X: Matrimonial and Family Law.
Chapter 1: Legal Position of Religious Marriage.
Chapter 2: Legal Position of Religious Family Law.
Part XI: Religion and Culture.
Chapter 1: Religion and Art.
Chapter 2: Religion and Media.
Chapter 3: Religion and Civil Society.
Chapter 4: Religion and Public Debate.
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
Cyprus, by Prof. Achilles Emilianides
Estonia, by Ms Merilin Kiviorg
Germany, by Prof. Gerhard Robbers
Hungary, by Dr Balázs Schanda
United Kingdom, by Prof. Mark Hill, Russell Sandberg, Norman Doe
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Part VIII: Pensions.
1. Pensions for Wage-Earners.
2. Pensions for the Self-Employed.
3. Guaranteed Income for Old Persons.
Social Security Law
Part IX: Handicapped Persons.
1. Social Integration.
2. Financial Allowances for the Handicapped.
Features and Benefits
IEL Social Security Law gives you overviews of more than 25 countries.
It provides:
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various countries included
Coverage of the following areas of social protection: health care,
employment injures and occupational diseases, sickness benefits,
pensions, unemployment and family benefits
Special attention to law enforcements, controls and appeals
An international social security law codex with the main
international texts, in English, that regulate social security. And the
most relevant cases from the ECJ
Part X: Minimum Income Benefit.
1. Beneficiaries.
2. Conditions.
3. Amount of the Benefit
4. Claim and Administration.
5. Reclaiming of Benefits Paid.
Part XI: Claims and Adjudication.
1. Claims.
2. Adjudication.
Index.
INTERNATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
Council of Europe, by Prof. Francis Kessler
European Union, by Prof. Frans Pennings
General Structure:
List of Abbreviations. Preface. General Introduction. Selected Bibliography.
Part I: The Institutions.
1. Public Institutions.
2. Position and Competence of the Public Institutions.
3. Private Institutions.
Part II: Contribution and Financing.
1. Contribution Regulation for Employees.
2. Contributions for Public Sector Workers.
3. Contributions for the Self-Employed.
4. Other Contributions.
5. Government Funding.
Part III: Health Care.
1. Field of Application.
2. Benefits.
3. Conditions.
Part IV: Family Allowances.
1. Field of Application.
2. Dependent Children.
3. Amount of the Benefit.
4. Payment.
Part V: Incapacity to Work.
1. Field of Application.
2. Benefits.
3. Certification of Incapacity to Work.
4. Benefits.
5. Conditions.
6. Accumulation Rules.
Part VI: Industrial Accidents and Occupational Diseases.
1. Field of Application.
2. Concept of ‘Industrial Accident’.
3. Concept of ‘Occupational Disease’.
4. Medical Care.
5. Incapacity to Work.
6. Death.
7. Prevention of Occupational Diseases.
8. Supplementary Benefits.
9. No-Fault Insurance.
10. Civil Liability.
11. Accumulation Rules.
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
Belgium, by Prof. J. van Langendonck
Botswana, by Prof. K. Solo and Dr. D. Ntseane
Bulgaria, by Prof. V. Mrachkov
Chile, by Prof. E. Morgado-Valenzuela and Prof. H. Cifuentes-Lillo
Czech Republic, by Prof. P. Tröster and Prof. M. Vysokajová
Dominican Republic, by Prof. C. Hernández-Contreras
Greece, by Prof. K. Kremalis
Hungary, by Dr. O. Czúcz
India, by Prof. D.S. Saini
Ireland, by Prof. M. Cousins
Israel, by Prof. G. Mundlak
Italy, by Dr. S. Renga
Lithuania, by Prof I. Nekrošius and Prof. V. Petrylait
Mexico, by Prof. P. Kurczyn-Villalobos
Netherlands, by Prof. F. Pennings
New Zealand, by Mr. W.R. Atkin
Poland, by Prof. A.M. Świątkowski
Romania, by Prof. S. Ghimpu and Prof. A. Athanasiu
Serbia, by Prof. S. Jašarević
Slovenia, by Prof. A. Cvetko and Prof. A. Kavar Vidmar, Barbara Kresal
Spain, by Prof. J.M. Galiana Moreno and Prof. J. Aparicio Tovar
Sweden, by Prof. L. Westerhäll
Tanzania, by Dr. T. Ackson and Prof. Dr. B. Rutinwa
Turkey, by Dr. K. Doğan-Yenisey
United Kingdom, by Prof. M. Partington
United States, by Timothy Glynn
Venezuela, by Prof. F. Iturraspe
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Sports Law
Features and Benefits
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
IEL Sports Law gives you overviews of 21 countries. Each national
monograph is divided into five main sections:
Australia, by Dr. A. Gibson
Bulgaria, by Dr. B.E. Kolev and Dr. T.Z. Simov
China, by Junxin Kang, Jing Xia, Feng Wu, Chun Shen, Yutian Lei
Denmark, by Prof. J. Evald and Mr. L. Halgreen
France, by Dr. J.Y. Foucard
Greece, by Dr. A. Mavromatis
India, by Dr. M. Naseem
Italy, by Prof. M. Colucci
Japan, by Mr. Takuya Yamazaki
Netherlands, by Mr. S.F.H. Jellinghaus and Mr. M.J. Maessen
New Zealand, by Prof. E. Toomey and Mr. C. Fife
Norway, by Prof. B.R. Meltvedt
Portugal, by Mr. R. Botica Santos, Mr. A.M. Mestre and
Mr. F. Raposo de Magalhães
Qatar, by Mr. Ettore Mazzilli
Slovak Republic, by Prof. Tomas Gabris
South Africa, by Prof. A.M. Louw
Spain, by Mr. A. Gómez-Almansa Plaza, Mr Pérez Grijelmo and
Mr. J. Herrero Tiñana
Switzerland, by Dr. L.W. Valloni and Dr. T. Pachmann
Turkey, by Dr. A. Gürsoy
United Kingdom, by Prof. S. Gardiner
United States, by Prof. M.J. Mitten
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Part I. Organization of Sport
Part II. Sport and Employment
Part III. Doping and Sport
Part IV. Sport and Commerce
Part V. Documents
The structure of the Sports Law is basically built up around two parts:
monographs and documents. The documentary section provides the
most relevant materials of an international concern in the area of
sports. In the national monographs, attention will be paid to the
distinction between public regulation (laws and regulations from
government or public authorities) and private regulation (regulation
and by-laws from sports organizations).
General Structure:
The Author. Table of contents. List of abbreviations. Preface.
Introduction. Selected Bibliography.
Part. I. Organisation of Sport.
1. General issues.
2. Public regulation
3. Private regulation.
Part II. Sport and Employment.
1. General issues.
2. Public regulation.
3. Private regulation.
Part III. Doping and Sport.
1. General issues.
2. Public regulation.
3. Private regulation.
Part IV. Sport and commerce.
1. General issues.
2. Public regulation.
3. Private regulation.
Part V. Documents.
Index.
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Tort Law
Features and Benefits
IEL Tort Law gives you overviews of more than 15 countries.
The monograph is then divided into six parts:
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Liability for One's Own Act
Liability for the Acts of Others
Forms of Strict Liability
Defences and Exemption Clauses
Causation
Remedies
Part V. Causation.
Each Part in its turn is divided into Chapters.
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Part IV. Defenses and Exception Clauses.
1. Limitation of Action (suspension and interruption).
2. Grounds of Justification.
3. Contributory Fault.
4. Exemption Clauses.
The first part devotes a chapter to Specific Cases of Liability, such
as professional liability and liability of public bodies, abuse of
rights and injury to reputation and privacy.
The second part deals with the various cases of vicarious liability,
liability of parents, teachers and instructors, as well as with liability
for handicapped persons.
In Part III each national monograph will touch on the most
important groups of cases in the area of strict liability.
The fourth part considers rules on limitations of recovery and
grounds of justification like self help and consent.
The fifth part about Causation will be confined to some general
principles (concept, joint and several liability, interferences).
Finally, the sixth part explains the major questions linked to
remedies.
General Structure:
The Author. Table of Contents. List of Abbreviations. General
Introduction. Selected Bibliography.
Part I. Liability for One's Own Acts.
1. General Principles.
2. Specific Cases of Liability (are all tort feasors subject to the same
rules).
Part VI. Remedies.
1. General Principles.
2. Kinds of Damages.
3. Assessment and Compensation of Damages.
4. Personal Injury and Death.
5. Various Damages (property).
6. Interference with Collateral Benefits.
7. Other Remedies.
Index.
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
Austria, by Prof. W. Posch
Botswana, by Prof. C.M. Fombad
Canada, by Mr. J. Baudouin and Mr. A.M. Linden
China, by Prof. H. Shan
Germany, by Prof. Dr. G. Spindler and Dr. O. Rieckers
Greece, by Prof. M.C. Canellopoulou-Bottis
India, by Mr. S. Narayan
Ireland, by Prof. P. Ward
Israel, by Prof. I. Gilead
Italy, by Prof. P.G. Monateri and Prof. F.A. Chiaves
New Zealand, by Dr. S. Todd
Nigeria, by Dr. C. Olufemi-Adekoya
Philippines, by Prof. C.V. Sison
Serbia, by Prof. D. Nikolić
South Africa, by Prof. M. Loubser
Spain, by Dr. S. Nasarre
United Kingdom, by Prof. T. Dugdale
United States, by Prof. H.B. Baez
Part II. Liability for Acts of Others.
1. Vicarious Liability.
2. Liability of Parents, Teachers and Instructors.
3. Liability for Handicapped Persons.
4. Liability for Things and Animals.
Part III. Forms of Strict Liability.
1. Road and Traffic Accidents.
2. Product Liability.
3. Liability for Service.
4. Environmental Liability.
5. Others.
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Transport Law
Features and Benefits
IEL Transport Law gives you overviews of more than 15 countries.
It includes:
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Jurisdictions, State Immunity and the main sources of transport
Law
A special chapter devoted to Multimodal Transport
International monographs addressing marine pollution, salvage,
and different conventions and treaties
General Structure:
Introduction. The Authors. Table of Contents. List of Abbreviations.
Preface. General Introduction. Selected Bibliography.
Part I: Introduction.
1. Definitions and Notions.
2. Main Sources of Transport Law.
3. Jurisdiction and Courts.
4. State Immunity and Transport Law.
5. Transport Intermediaries.
Part II: Maritime Law.
1. The Vessel.
2. Maritime Liens and Mortgages.
3. Master and Crew.
4. Liability and Limitation of Liability in Maritime Law.
5. Charter Parties.
6. Transport under Bill of Lading.
7. Piloting.
8. Towing and Pushing Contract.
9. Salvage and Assistance.
10. General Average.
11. Particular Average.
12. Collisions.
13. Marine Pollution.
14. The Arrest of Ships.
15. Carriage of Passengers.
Part III: Other Transport.
1. Transport by Road.
2. Transportation by Rail.
3. Inland Navigation.
4. Air Transport.
5. Multimodal Transportation.
Index.
NATIONAL MONOGRAPHS:
Argentina, by Prof. José Domingo Ray, Graciela Arrola,
Eduardo Cosentino, Maria Cecilia Gomez Masia,
Patricia Bibiana Barbado
Australia, by Prof John Livermore
Austria, by Dr. Peter Csoklich, Helga Jesser-Huß
Belgium, by Prof. Marc Huybrechts, Mr. Kristiaan Bernauw,
Mr. Wouter den Haerynck, Mr. Benoit Goemans, Mr Bernard Insel,
Mr. Jean-Pierre Vanhooff, and Mr. Walter Verstrepen
China, by Prof. Hu Zhengliang
Croatia, by Prof. Predrag Stankovic and Mr. Gordan Stankovic ,
Maja Dotlic
Denmark, by Anders Hedetoft, Henrik Frandsen, Peter Holm Jensen
France, by Cécile Legros
Hong Kong, by Dr. Ping-fat Sze and Ms. Kit-lan Choy
India, by Prof. Talat Fatima
Netherlands, by Prof. K. Haak
Norway, by Prof. Hans Jakob Bull, Prof. Thor Falkanger and
Hans Peter Michelet and Mr. Bjorn Daehlin
Serbia and Montenegro, by Prof. Nebojsa Jovanovic
South Korea, by Prof. In Hyeon Kim
Spain, by Prof. José Alcantara, Marta Romero Escudero
Sweden, by Prof. Hugo Tiberg and Johan Schelin
Switzerland, by Dr. Walter Müller , Thomas Burckhardt
Tonga, by Dr. Ping-fat Sze and Ms. Kit-lan Choy
Ukraine, by Ms Olena Bokareva, Denys Ramomizo, Vadym Shestakov,
Yuliya Akimenko
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