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Updated March 2020

Lawyers, Practitioners, in-house counsels, government officials and academics will find this a practical handbook for grasping the scope and breadth of the European Community’s common commercial policy, and they will continue to find this book to be a valuable resource. This book will be a great contribution for the dissemination of latest developments of customs legal framework and a reference for any practitioners interested in the subject.

ISBN 9789041161253

March 2020, hardcover


Price € 284 – £ 249 – $ 318

With its focus on how EU competition law enforcement should be fine-tuned to adequately incorporate the origins of firm dominance into the analysis of single-firm behavior, this book makes a major contribution to the comprehensive analysis of anticompetitive effects. Practitioners, competition authorities, and academics in competition law will greatly appreciate the book’s combination of legal analysis and recommendations for policy reform.

ISBN 9789403517544

March 2020, hardcover


Price € 132 – £ 116 – $ 148

About one in a hundred European patent cases ends up before a Board of Appeal. The appeal reviews a decision of a first instance department of the European Patent Office. The appeal proceedings are substantially different from the first instance proceedings; they are a judicial review and not necessarily a continuation of the administrative first instance proceedings. This first aspect is even more pronounced since 1 January 2020, with the changes in the Rules of Procedure of the Boards of Appeal

This books provides an easily readable overview of the appeal proceedings in the three official languages of the EPO: English, German and French, including the (New) Rules of Procedure of the Boards of Appeal and of the Enlarged Board of Appeal. It covers amongst others the (new) requirements on filing of an appeal, the possible actions of the Board, the stricter treatment of late filings of the parties, the conduct of oral proceedings and the issue of the decision. Thus, the book gives an up-to-date account of the most important issues of the appeal proceedings at the Boards of Appeal of the EPO.

ISBN 9789403520858

March 2020, hardcover


Price € 95 – £ 83 – $ 106

In its consideration of some of the most controversial issues in the realm of personal data protection, this book represents a major contribution to research and legal guidance at the confluence of law and new technologies concerning algorithmic accountability. Policymakers, regulators and lawyers active in the ongoing development of personal data protection law will become knowledgeable about interpretations and guidelines formulated by European data-protection authorities. Understanding the current challenges related to protection of natural persons with regard to automated individual decision-making in the GDPR, the analysis carried out in this book will assist data-protection authorities and judicature in assessing such systems and interpreting the GDPR framework in the years to come.

ISBN 9789403520452

March 2020, hardcover


Price € 94 – £ 83 – $ 110

As a contribution to the debate on the convergence between EU corporate law and that of major Eastern European states, the book has no peers. Practitioners in both East and West who advise on compliance with regulations for RPTs or represent stakeholders’ interests against abusive RPTs will ensure appropriate remedies and protection mechanisms for their clients. This book is a manifestly topical, important and well-timed study that might be interesting for scholars, practitioners and governments in both the jurisdictions in research focus and other countries across the world.

ISBN 9789403517018

March 2020, hardcover


Price € 127 – £ 111 – $ 142

Any lawyer seeking appropriate remedies in any case before the EU courts will benefit enormously from this book, whether used as a hands-on manual in particular cases or absorbed over time. It is sure to serve as an essential resource for many years to come. This topical subject that covers the new legal regime for the proceedings before the EU courts in its entirety allows the user to proceed confidently in dealing with issues regarding assignment of cases, remedies, jurisdiction, annulment, appeal, illegality, failure to act, damages, preliminary ruling, legal aid, intervention, time limits, pleas, judgments, interim measures, access to documents, etc.

ISBN 9789403511405

March 2020, hardcover


Price € 300 – £ 263 – $ 336

This user-friendly resource is comprised of two complementary parts: first, a practical overview of certain key tax aspects of international transactions that have general application, followed by twenty detailed country profiles, pinpointing each jurisdiction’s handling of such areas of concern as entity classification, taxable transactions, tax-free transactions (both domestically and cross-border), loss planning, IP planning, compensation arrangements, acquisition financing, JV planning, VAT issues, tax treaty usage, and much more. The experts in each country suggest solutions designed to maximize effective tax planning and satisfy compliance obligations.

ISBN 9789041190475

March 2020, hardcover


Price € 470 – £ 412 – $ 526

As a scrutiny of the updated developments in the legal fields by practitioners and experts, this yearbook helps readers gain insight into national and regional perspectives on the implementation and utility of international mediation. This volume aids in understanding the impact of such legal developments in practice and provides a conceptual framework that can help in a better understanding of the behavior of people in relationship and some of the impediments that must be overcome in working through conflict to resolution. Thus, this book serves as a source of knowledge for lawyers and academics to comprehend the changing legal rules and regulations and to confidently apply them in solving problems.

ISBN 9789403522357

March 2020, hardcover


Price € 116 – £ 102 – $ 129

By Daniel Busse, Lucie Gerhardt, Klaus-A. Gerstenmaier, Richard Happ, Robert Hunter, Richard H. Kreindler, David Quinke, Ramona Schardt, Anke Sessler, Rolf Trittmann, Peter Wolrich, assistedby Alexander Grimm, Ulrich Kopetzki, Alexander Shchavelev

As a genuine user’s guide, this book explains how the new rules are likely to be applied in practice by the arbitral institution, arbitrators and parties. Its practical tips regarding the effective conduct of DIS arbitrations elucidate best practices for counsel and arbitrators and make DIS’s day-to-day case management and decision-making processes more transparent and predictable for users of all levels of experience and expertise. With its international outreach, this book will be easily accessible for practitioners and users of all kinds of levels of experience and expertise.

ISBN 9789041189950

March 2020, hardcover


Price € 204 – £ 167 – $ 225

Addressing a topic of growing importance in unprecedented detail, this second edition of a much-relied-upon resource will be welcomed by professionals and authorities dealing with cybercrime, including lawyers, judges, academics, security professionals, information technology experts, and law enforcement agencies. The complementary approach in this book enables the reader to understand the phenomenon and the legal challenges of cyber attacks in their entirety.

ISBN 9789403509334

March 2020, hardcover


Price € 118 – £ 97 – $ 130

More new titles

  • Family and Succession Law in Poland, 3rd edition
    By Stanislawa Kalus, Magdalena Habdas
    ISBN: 9789403521053, softcover, 156 268
    € 85 – £ 75 – $ 95

  • Criminal Law in Spain, 3rd edition
    By Lorena Bachmaier Winter, Antonio del Moral García
    ISBN: 9789403520940, softcover, 392 pages
    € 107 – £ 94 – $ 120

  • Cyber law in Bangladesh
    By Mohammad Ershadul Karim
    ISBN: 9789403521015, softcover, 298 pages
    € 85 – £ 75 – $ 95

  • Cyber law in Czech Republic, 3rd edition
    By Radim Polcák, Jiří Čermák, Josef Donát, Zbyněk Loebl, Tomáš Gřivna, Ján Matejka, Michal Petr, Otakar Schlossberger
    ISBN: 9789403521008, softcover, 242 pages
    € 76 – £ 67 – $ 85

  • Intellectual Property Law in Poland, 3rd edition
    By Piotr Machnikowski, Agnieszka Górnicz-Mulcahy, Justyna Balcarczyk
    ISBN: 9789403521138, softcover, 212 pages
    € 76 – £ 67 – $ 85

See the overview of titles published from 2018 onwards here

See the overview of titles published from 2018 onwards here

See the overview of the forthcoming titles here

See the overview of the forthcoming titles here

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