11 May 2012

Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law Now Online

The Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law has released Volume 19, Number 1 (2012).  The journal can be found online at http://www.maastrichtjournal.eu
Table of Contents
With a Special Section:  A Common European Sales Law, edited by Gary Low and Jan Smits


GUEST EDITORIAL
  • Gary Low and Jan Smits:  The Proposed Common European Sales Law: Have the Right Choices Been Made? Introduction to a Special Issue
ARTICLE REVIEWS
  • Andreas Føllesdal:  Europe’s Raison d’Être: Leadership, Democracy – or both? Reflections on G. de Búrca and J. Weiler, 18 MJ 4 (2011), p. 418
  • Alessandra Zanobetti:  Review of M. Wojewoda, ‘Mandatory Rules in Private International Law’, 7 MJ 2 (2000), p. 183
ARTICLES
  • Mirjami Paso:  The Court of Justice of the European Union as a Rhetorical Actor
  • Esther van Schagen:  More Consistency and Legal Certainty in the Private Law Acquis: A Plea for Better Justification for the Harmonization of Private Law
  • Rufat Babayev:  Equal Treatment on the Grounds of Movement and Union Choice-of-Law Rules under Article 81 TFEU

CASE NOTES
  • Peter-Christian Müller-Graff:  The German Constitutional Court’s Judgment on Transnational Budget Aids in the Euro Area
  • Ulrich Haas and Heiner Kahlert:  Cases C-403/08 and C-429/08 Murphy, Judgment of 4 October 2011, not yet reported
RECENT LEGAL DEVELOPMENTS:
A COMMON EUROPEAN SALES LAW
  • Eric Clive:  A General Perspective on the European Commission’s Proposal for a Regulation on a Common European Sales Law
  • Gary Low:  Unitas via Diversitas. Can the Common European Sales Law Harmonize through Diversity?
  • Giesela Rühl:  The Common European Sales Law: 28th Regime, 2nd Regime or 1st Regime?
  • Nicole Kornet:  The Common European Sales Law and the CISG – Complicating or Simplifying the Legal Environment?
  • Ursula Pachl:  The Common European Sales Law – Have the Right Choices Been Made? A Consumer Policy Perspective
RECENT LEGAL DEVELOPMENTS
  • Mathias Siems and Matthijs Nelemans:  The Reform of the EU Market Abuse Law: Revolution or Evolution?
  • Jan Oster:  The Commission Proposal to Amend the Regulation on Credit Rating Agencies
  • Caroline Cauffman:  The Consumer Rights Directive – Adopte

No comments:

Recent Posts