This book is the leading account of contract law in England and Wales in relation to implied terms. Implied terms are not only frequently of great importance in litigation, but can assist business parties in planning contracts effectively by allowing them to identify issues over which they do not need to negotiate because they would be content with the terms the law would imply. Distinct commercial advantages of this approach can include savings of management time in negotiating and avoiding trade-off costs demanded by counterparties in exchange for agreeing an express term.
This timely book provides a detailed analysis of the regulatory landscape of energy derivatives trading in the EU. Liebrich Hiemstra argues that current supervision of the sector is too opaque and identifies how more effective legal remedies can be created to safeguard important legal values.
The Brussels I-bis Regulation remains the most significant legal instrument for procedural law in the EU, providing the cornerstone for questions of international jurisdiction and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters. This authoritative book provides a thorough and practical analysis of the Regulation, with particular focus on its interpretation and application.
The increase in the complexity and length of international arbitration procedures has
resulted in a growing demand for both provisional and emergency measures to
facilitate the preservation of the parties’ rights until a final award is rendered.
In Provisional and Emergency Measures in International Arbitration, Julien Fouret
has brought together many of the leading international arbitration practitioners to
examine this highly topical subject.
This comprehensively revised second edition of IT Contracts and Dispute Management
offers an in-depth analysis of the legal issues that could potentially arise within
each critical stage of a technology project. The authors draw on their extensive
practical experience of advising and litigating in this evolving field, and have
produced a work that is both authoritative and pragmatic.
This authoritative Commentary on the recast Regulation 2019/1111 on matters of
matrimonial and parental responsibility presents a deep analysis of the Regulation
and is authored by leading experts in family law and private international law.
Employing a granular, article-by-article approach, the Commentary acts as a detailed
reference point on the uniform jurisdiction rules for divorce, legal separation and
marriage annulment, as well as for disputes over parental responsibility with an
international element, including child abduction.
Setting out the current rules on legal professional privilege (LPP), with specific
attention to their relevance in competition investigations, this comprehensive book
analyses the practice of LPP by the European Commission and its current
interpretations in the European Courts. It also compares this to practice in the EU
Member States, as well as other jurisdictions including Japan, the UK, and the US.
This perceptive book focuses on the interplay between the substantive provisions of
intellectual property (IP) rights and the rules of enforcement. Featuring
contributions from internationally recognised IP scholars, the book investigates
different methods of ensuring that IP contractual and enforcement practices support
the overall goals of the IP system.
Presenting a systematic article-by-article commentary on the European Service
Regulation (recast), and written by renowned experts from several EU Member States,
this book gives guidance for the proper understanding and practical operation of
cross-border judicial cooperation in civil and commercial matters within the EU.
Positioning industrial relations in a discussion that is sensitive to broader political, historical, and ideological tensions, this insightful book offers reflections on the politics of de-regulation that have developed in southern European work and employment relations over the past 20 years.