N E W B O O K S In this .rection you can j i n d art overview 0/ recent publications on foreign, comparative, international a n d European law. E U R O P E A N L A W T H E I N S T I T U T I O N A L F R A M E W O R K O F E U R O P E A N P R I V A T E L A W Tbis volume explores the relationship between constitutiortal and regulatory questions on tbe one band, and private law on the atber hand, examining how European private law bas developed under tbe influence o j regional legal tradition.r and tbe E U acquis c o m m u n a u t a i r e . // focuses on the multiple actors and institutions tbat today contribute to legal and cultural integration witliiii a multi-level framework, involl)ing Member States and subnational actors together witli E U 1n.rtitutioll.r. 1t underlines the different role.r of legislator,r, regulatory and judge.r in building an integrated market which i.r con.ristent with fundamental rights and sacial policies. I t also highlights the principles a n d institutions that may preserve nationalle,gal identities in the context of European legal and political integration, striking a di(jicult balance between barmonization and differentiation. Within this framervork the volume questions the curr-ent houndarzes of European private laws and proposes a coordinated perspective which examines competition, regulation aiidpfii"ate law alike, l'he book focuses in particular on competition and consunrer lau', and ort tort aiid regulation. Attention is also drawn to tbe .rtrategic role to be plqyed by private international law. I t is argued tbat the divtiiiction betmeen private and public law should be redefined by acknowie � gitig a new balance between public institutions a n d private parties. TlJI' coilection contains several proposals for furthering the proce.rs 91'EuropeaniZ � 2lion of privute law without losing the rici)ness of existing ;tester7i legal tradition.r as they halle de/Jeloped in previous centuries. I t calls on European a n d national institutions to involve practitioners in devising new patteni.v � / legal integration and in transforming European legal education. This book is an original conttibution to the scholarly and poli(31 debates about tl)e dl'sirahilit)' and modes 0/ Ellropeanization of private law, in a conte.%-t in which t17e pressures of ,l!,lobaliif1tion and of national identities seen7 to question the cl)osen p a t h ,!fintegratioll. F a b r i z i o Cafaggi (ed.), Oxford University Press, 2006, ISBN 10: 0-19-929604-9 / ISBN- 13: 978-0-19-929604-0, 346 pp. I N T E L L E C T U A L P R O P E R T Y R I G H T S A N D T H E E C C O M P E T I T I O N R U L E S 7'/M latest monograpb hy 1'rofe.r.ror Korab on tbe recent group exemption � wAt7j/.r of a detailed and crztical commentar)' on the teebnology trurr Jer block cxerußtion and guidelines 0/ 2 β M. and 0/ the case lal1' 0/ the E C J a n d Commission on licensing und refusals to licerzce, together M7//' unrrotuted copies of the � /y/7Ac/7 and guidelines. T h m i.r a substantial chapter on refusal to .ruß β h � or l i w m in the light of tbe recmt case /f7w' Ilflder Ar1icle 82. Jt embraces mua7 � of tbe competition issues that may affect iratellectzru! β roßert7 � rights. After a fnief introdrrction, the work Starts with Jbor1 cbapters on tbe free rnor-orrzent ofgoods and .ffy7.'/fM.
Tilburg Law Review – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2006
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