5 edition of The right to damages in European law found in the catalog.
The right to damages in European law
by Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, Kluwer Law International, Sold and distributed in North, Central, and South America by Aspen Publishers in Austin, [Tex.], Alphen aan den Rijn, Frederick, MD
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. -204) and index.
|Statement||by Andrea Biondi, Martin Farley.|
|Series||Kluwer European law collection -- 5|
|LC Classifications||KJE5786 .B569 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvii, 206 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||206|
|LC Control Number||2009417301|
‘The Author fully achieves the objective of the book. It provides a clear discussion of the main aspects of competition law damages actions with a comparative angle. It is clearly written and well researched. Contributions from some of the main EU jurisdictions enrich this valuable work. It is highly recommended.’ – Riccardo Sciaudone, The Competition Law Observatory (CLO). A more elaborate presentation of the following case law can be found, inter alia, at D. Kelliher, Aims and Scope, in: H. Koziol/R. Schulze (eds.), Tort Law of the European Community () 1, No. 1/41 ff.; Oliphant (fn. 2) K. Oliphant The Nature and Assessment of Damages, in: H. Koziol/R. Schulze (eds.) Tort Law of the European Community (
Punitive Damages: A European Criminal Law Approach. on aggravated damages. The book’s comparative report and conclusion critically evaluates the material in the above reports and advances a. This book has been cited by the following publications. (non-pecuniary loss) in European contract law through a historical and comparative analysis. 1 - Trapped in categories: On the history of compensation for immaterial damages in European contract law pp By Nils Jansen; Get access. Check if you have access via personal or.
At common law, damages are a remedy in the form of a monetary award to be paid to a claimant as compensation for loss or injury. To warrant the award, the claimant must show that a breach of duty has caused foreseeable loss. To be recognised at law, the loss must involve damage to property, or mental or physical injury; pure economic loss is rarely recognised for the award of damages. By a publication we can know everything we wish. A book is a pair of written, printed, illustrated or perhaps blank sheet. Every year ended up being exactly added. This book Damages in EU Public Procurement Law (Studies in European Economic Law and Regulation) was filled about science.
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All legal systems provide for a form of action for non-contractual liability. This is the first book to present an in-depth discussion of the right of individuals to receive damages in European law. Analyzing relevant ECJ cases, the authors detail.
The Right to Damages in European Law will be welcomed not only for its committed entry into an important area of European law that has not heretofore been treated in appreciable depth, but also for its clear and detailed analysis of the key issues facing students and practitioners when confronted with an issue concerning either State or.
This is the first book to present an in-depth discussion of the right of individuals to receive damages in European law. Analyzing relevant ECJ cases, the authors detail the substantive and procedural criteria that need to be satisfied in order for an individual to succeed in a claim for damages against Community institutions under Article EC or against a defaulting Member State under the.
Andrea Biondi and Martin Farley, The Right to Damages in European Law (The Hague: Kluwer Law International), xxxvii þ pp., ISBNhb, GBP 60 According to its Introduction, this book aims at providing a straightforward account of how an action for damages works in the European Union (EU) context.
The first part of the book deals with State liability and the Author: O’Keeffe. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Damages, as an area of law, have become pivotal within most legal practices, hence the need for this authoritative work of reference on every law library shelf. It is a compliment to the more established "McGregor" and "Kemp & Kemp" rather than its direct s: 1.
History. Attempts to harmonise copyright law in Europe (and beyond) can be dated to the signature of the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works on 9 September all European Union Member States are parties of the Berne Convention, and compliance with its dispositions is now obligatory before accession.
The first major step taken by the European Economic. In this book, Vanessa Wilcox presents a detailed examination of the extent to which damages for non-pecuniary loss can be properly awarded to companies.
The book focusses on the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights and English law, with a chapter also dedicated to. Biondi, A & Farley, M () The Right to Damages in European Law (Alphen aan den Rijn, Kluwer Law International).
Google Scholar Dougan, M (a) National Remedies Before the Court of Justice: Issues of Harmonisation and Differentiation (Oxford, Hart Publishing). The book concludes with a comparative report which assesses the developments in tort law and public liability law, the role of the constitutionalisation of the right to damages as well as the.
The European Consumer Centre in your country can help if you have a problem with goods you bought in or from another EU country. For more detailed information about your rights under national law, check the specific rules on legal guarantees and commercial. The 'Right to Damages' under EU Competition Law: From Courage v.
Crehan to the White Paper and beyond. it will have profound implications on the way both EU competition law and European (EU or national) private law functions. It is the provocative thesis of this book that the Commission’s struggle for a more. The courts are in the process of grappling with the problems of the appropriate remedies for actions by public bodies which breach European Community law.
In particular, they are currently dealing with the question of when and subject to what principles an individual can claim compensation in damages in the event that a public body in the United Kingdom violates European Community law.
However, although copyright law in the European Union remains essentially national law, national rules are gradually converging by means of alignment with international treaties and Union legislation, which harmonise the various rights of authors, performers, producers and broadcasters.
The book is a collection of nineteen contributions written by public international law, international human rights and private law experts, covering fifteen European jurisdictions (including Central and Eastern Europe), the United States, Israel and EU law.
the role of the constitutionalisation of the right to damages as well as the court. Buy The 'Right to Damages' Under EU Competition Law: From Courage v. Crehan to the White Paper and Beyond (European Monographs, vol. 73) by Veljko Milutinovic (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Veljko Milutinovic.
Although US law in general also allows, as an alternative to the recovery of compensatory damages, recovery on an unjust enrichment basis in cases of infringement of intellectual property rights, it precludes this for infringement of utility patents (but not design patents, i.e., registered designs from a European perspective) by virtue of legislation in andthe effect of which was.
This book makes a significant and original contribution to the literature on the developing area of private enforcement of EU competition law. It delivers a significant, rigorous and comprehensive analysis of the transposition across a broad selection of Member States (MS) of a major EU Directive introduced with the aim of harmonising and facilitation competition law damages actions across the.
Directive //EU on antitrust damages actions was adopted on 26 November and published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 5 December The Directive pursues two complementary goals.
First, it removes practical obstacles to compensation for all victims of infringements of EU antitrust law. Get this from a library.
The 'right to damages' under EU competition law: from Courage v. Crehan to the White Paper and beyond. [Veljko Milutinović] -- In this book, the author examines such controversial and complex issues facing private enforcement of competition law in the EU as the binding effect of competition authority decisions on a civil.
Introduction. On September 9,in Joined Cases C/06 P and C/06 P FIAMM and Giorgio Fedon & Figli v Council and Commission, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) dismissed appeals by two Italian companies seeking compensation for damages caused after the WTO Dispute Settlement Body (DSB) authorized the United States to suspend tariff concessions against the European Community .The approach adopted in the Principles of European Contract Law (but not in the Unidroit Principles) is structurally similar to German law though the regulation found in Artt.
and PECL is, on the one hand, less specific than §§ ff. BGB; on the other hand, it also deals with matters considered in another systematic context in.About The Law of Damages in International Sales.
The book aims to explore the remedy of damages in international sales transactions. Its focus is on the international contract law instruments such as the Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG), the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts, and the Principles of European Contract Law.