|Present||Chair of European Private Law, Maastricht University|
|Present||Faculty of Law, Maastricht University|
European Private Law, Comparative Law, and Legal Theory
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European Private Law (33)
Contribution to Book
Who Does What in Consumer Law? A Search for Criteria ...
Who Does What? On the allocation of regulatory competences in European Private Law (2014)
This contribution critically assesses the present distribution of competences in the area of consumer law. According to Art. 4 TFEU, ...
Party Choice and the Common European Sales Law, or: How ...
Common Market Law Review 50 (2013), pp. 51-68; Maastricht European Private Law Institute Working Paper Series 2012/13 (2012)
Optional legal regimes, such as the Proposal for a Regulation on a Common European Sales Law (CESL), must derive their ...
Self-Sufficiency of European (Regulatory) Private Law: a Discussion Paper
EUI Working Papers LAW 2012/31; Hans-W. Micklitz & Yane Svetiev (eds.), A Self-Sufficient European Private Law – A Viable Concept?, in: EUI Working Papers Law No. 2012/31, pp. 83-88 (2012)
This brief paper is part of a larger publication on the 'self-sufficiency' of European regulatory private law. The question discussed ...
The Common European Sales Law (CESL) Beyond Party Choice
Zeitschrift für Europäisches Privatrecht 20 (2012), pp. 904-917; Maastricht European Private Law Institute Working Paper No. 2012/11 (2012)
The Proposal for a Common European Sales Law (CESL), published by the European Commission in 2011, proposes to introduce an ...
What Do Nationalists Maximise? A Public Choice Perspective on the ...
Maastricht European Private Law Institute Working Paper No. 2012/09 (2012)
This contribution explores the relationship between (private) law and nationalism from a public choice perspective. Its main point is that ...
The Right to Change Your Mind? Rethinking the Usefulness of ...
Penn State International Law Review, Vol. 29 (2011), pp. 671-684; Maastricht European Private Law Institute (M-EPLI) Working Paper No. 2011/01 (2011)
Both in Europe and the United States, withdrawal rights are increasingly part of mandatory legislation to protect consumers. Withdrawal rights ...