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European Tort Law 2002

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Edited by: Helmut Koziol

ISBN13: 9783211004869
ISBN: 3211004866
Published: November 2003
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Germany
Format: Paperback
Price: POA



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The European Tort Law Yearbook provides a comprehensive overview of the latest developments in the law of torts in the EU Member States (except Luxembourg), the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Switzerland as well as in the field of EU law.;Additionally, with Australia and Israel, two non-European countries are included.

In conclusion, a comparative report reviews the essential aspects of all reports. The reports are written by scholars from the respective jurisdictions and, focusing on the year 2002, they include important court decisions, critical remarks on these decisions, a presentation of new legislation and a literature overview. In addition to the national reports, essays on key topics in the field of tort law are included. Moreover, a draft of the Principles of European Tort Law, developed by the European Group on Tort Law, will be published for the first time in this Yearbook.

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Contents:
Essays: E-Privacy: An Old Tort in New Clothing?
Tort Law and Human Rights: A New Experience
Reports:
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
England and Wales
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
The Netherlands
Poland
Portugal
Republic of Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
European Union
Australia: Recent Developments in Torts Law
Israel
Comparative Remarks
Other Contributions: Asbestos and other emerging liability risks including some critical remarks on risk debates and perceptions
The European Group on Tort Law
The Concept of Wrongfulness under the Principles of European Tort Law
Principles of European Tort Law
Contributors
ECTIL Publications.