2010

Interpretation of Law in the Global World: From Particularism to a Universal Approach

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ISBN: 978-3-642-04885-2 (Print) 978-3-642-04886-9 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiv

  2. Introduction Capturing the Change: Universalising Tendencies in Legal Interpretation

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 29-29

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      Pages 1-27

      Introduction Capturing the Change: Universalising Tendencies in Legal Interpretation

  3. Legal Theory

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 29-29

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      Pages 31-52

      Transformations in Law Interpretation: Towards a Universal Approach – The Phenomenon, Causes and Symptoms

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      Pages 53-69

      Discourse Ethics as a Basis of the Application of Law

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      Pages 71-86

      Judicial Interpretation of Bilingual and Multilingual Laws: A European and Hong Kong Comparison

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      Pages 87-103

      The European Dual Nature: Unity/Fragmentation

  4. European Law

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 105-105

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      Pages 107-124

      The Universalisation of Legal Interpretation

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      Pages 125-142

      The Power of National Courts in Interpreting Domestic and EU Law: The Indeterminacy of Choice

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      Pages 143-165

      Implementation of European Regulation of the Financial Sector: Consequences for the Consumer Protection

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      Pages 167-180

      Joint Competence of the EC and Its Member States as a Source of Divergent Interpretations of the TRIPS Agreement at Community and National Levels

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      Pages 181-199

      Some Idealism About Realism. Judging Under Certainty and the Standardization of Adjudication in the EC Law

  5. European Criminal Law

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 201-201

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      Pages 203-229

      Pro-European Interpretation of Criminal Law Vis-à-vis the Constitutional Standards of the European Union Member States

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      Pages 231-250

      Linguistic Pluralism and Interpretation of European Law in the Third Pillar, Discussed with Reference to the Example of Article 54 of the Convention Implementing the Schengen Agreement

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      Pages 251-275

      Introducing Hermeneutic Methods in Criminal Law Interpretation in Europe

  6. Private Law

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 277-277

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      Pages 279-301

      Fifty Years in Five? The Brazilian Approach to the New York Convention

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      Pages 303-323

      Explaining Transnational Rules: Discourses and Material Conditions When Implementing the Swedish Corporate Code of Conduct

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      Pages 325-352

      The Translation of Transplanted Rules: The Case of the Swedish Nomination Committee

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      Pages 353-377

      Transnational Law, Between Ius Mercatorum and Ius Civile