Research Handbook on EU Consumer and Contract Law

Research Handbook on EU Consumer and Contract Law

Number of page: 608
Author: edited by Christian Twigg-Flesner
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
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Category: Law

Introduction : EU consumer and contract law at a crossroads
/ Adam Cygan — The regulatory character of European private law / Guido Comparato, Hans-W Micklitz and Yane Svetiev — The problems associated with the implementation of directives into national legal systems : a few examples from the codified legal traditions / Fryderyk Zoll — Fostering a European legal identity through contract and consumer law / Michele Graziadei — The impact of fundamental rights / Olha O Cherednychenko — The challenges of a multi-lingual approach / Barbara Pozzo — Recent developments in the approximation of EU private international laws : towards mutual trust, mutual recognition and enhancing social justice in civil and commercial matters / Lorna E Gillies — Free movement and contract law / Chantal Mak — The consumer image within EU law / Peter Cartwright — The future of pre-contractual information duties : from behavioural insights to big data / Christoph Busch — Withdrawal rights / Jonathon Watson — Contracts of sale / Rick Canavan — Unfair contract terms / Peter Rott — Financial services and consumer protection / Vanessa Mak — Services, including services of general interest / Eric Tjong Tjin Tai — Consumer travel law / Josep Maria Bech Serrat — Unfair commercial practices / Willem H van Boom — Consumer law enforcement and access to justice / Geraint Howells — The story of EU contract law : from 2001 to 2014 / Hugh Beale — The idea of an optional contract code / Esther Arroyo Amayuelas — Standard contract terms as an alternative to legislation / Giuditta Cordero-Moss — Contract theory and EU contract law / Martin W Hesselink — European contract law and social justice / Jacobien W Rutgers — The future of contract law in Europe / Jan M Smits