The Cambridge Companion to European Union Private Law

Christian Twigg-Flesner
Cambridge University Press, 20.05.2010 - 380 Seiten
The emergence of EU Private Law as an independent legal discipline is one of the most significant developments in European legal scholarship in recent times. In this Companion, leading scholars provide a critical introduction to the subject's key areas, while offering original and thought-provoking comment on the field. In addition to several chapters on consumer law topics, the collection has individual chapters on commercial contracts, competition law, non-discrimination law, financial services and travel law. It also discusses the wider issues concerning EU Private Law, such as its historical evolution, the role of comparative law, language and terminology, as well as the implications of the Common Frame of Reference project. A useful 'scene-setting' introduction and further reading arranged thematically make this important publication the student's and scholar's first port of call when exploring the field.

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Christian Twigg-Flesner was appointed as Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Hull in September 2010, having previously been a Reader and Senior Lecturer there, as well as a lecturer at Hull, Sheffield and Nottingham Trent Universities. He has written widely on aspects of consumer law (particularly consumer sales and EU consumer law), as well as European Contract Law. He is a member of the Acquis Group, and an editor for the Journal of Consumer Policy. He has given advice to House of Lords Select Committee Inquiries, as well as the Law Commission, on areas of his expertise.

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