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The role of human rights bodies in climate litigation

Authors: LUPORINI, Riccardo; KODIVERI, Arpitha Upendra
Year: 2021
Abstract: Climate litigation is rising to the surface as a valuable instrument to plug the accountability gaps left by international and national climate …

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The realist trend of the Court of Justice of the European Union

Author: KUKOVEC, Damjan
Year: 2021
Abstract: This Article seeks to explain the rationale behind the recent jurisprudential turn of the Court of Justice of the European Union. It identifies an …

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The UN sustainable development agenda and rule of law : how to limit global governance failures and geopolitical rivalries?

Author: PETERSMANN, Ernst-Ulrich
Year: 2021
Abstract: The 2030 UN Sustainable Development Agenda defines its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in terms of human rights, rule of law and multilevel …

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On the need for codification in European contract law : adaption or termination of contractual obligations in times of pandemic

Author: JENTSCH, Valentin
Year: 2021
Abstract: The sanctity of contracts, a guiding principle of contract law in civil law systems, requires that both or all contracting parties be expected to …

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Contracts and the coronavirus crisis : emergency policy responses between preservation and disruption

Author: JENTSCH, Valentin
Year: 2021
Abstract: As of late spring 2021, three major Covid-19 waves have hit Europe. These waives were accompanied by three generations of emergency policy responses …

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On the need for unification in European contract law : excuses of contractual performance and remedies for breach of contract in times of pandemic

Author: JENTSCH, Valentin
Year: 2021
Abstract: The sanctity of contracts, a guiding principle of contract law in civil law systems, requires that both or all contracting parties be expected to …

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The substantive requirements of judicial independence in the EU : lessons from times of crisis

Authors: VERALDI, Jacquelyn; LAULHE SHAELOU, Stephanie
Year: 2021
Abstract: In 2018, it was clarified that, “every Member State must ensure that the bodies which, as ‘courts or tribunals’ within the meaning of EU law, come …

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Teaching international economic law in the 21st century

Author: PETERSMANN, Ernst-Ulrich
Year: 2021
Abstract: This book contribution explains why international economic law (IEL) is increasingly taught from diverse, national and regional perspectives and …

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