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Fälle zum Verwaltungsrecht

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ISBN: 9783941159396 9783941159389 Year: Pages: 340 DOI: 10.24921/2020.94115939 Language: German
Publisher: Carl Grossmann Verlag
Subject: Law
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The present case repertory on administrative law is the first openly licensed case repertory in German jurisprudence. It wants to carry the idea of ​​free educational materials (so-called "Open Educational Resources") into the area of ​​the jurisprudential educational literature as a "lighthouse project" and to encourage imitation. It accompanies the textbook "Administrative Law in the Exam", also published in 2019, and enriches this concrete case study. Administrative Law Cases presents the audit-relevant administrative law on the basis of 16 major cases, which could also be reviewed in exams in this form.The detailed solutions are accompanied by an introduction to the expert review and the examination procedures for the most important application and application types of the VwGO The contents of the open access textbook "Administrative Law in the Exam" can be used to train the practical work with facts in exams with the case repetition The publisher Nikolas Eisentraut is a researcher at the Department of Law of Freie Universität Berlin and Alumni of Wikimedia , the Stifterverband and the Volkswagen Foundation funded Fellow Program Free Knowledge, within the framework of which this Fallrepetitorium has emerged.

Collective Actions in Europe

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Book Series: SpringerBriefs in Law ISBN: 9783030242220 Year: Pages: 122 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-24222-0 Language: English
Publisher: Springer Nature
Subject: Law
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This open access book offers an analytical presentation of how Europe has created its own version of collective actions. In the last three decades, Europe has seen a remarkable proliferation of collective action legislation, making class actions the most successful export product of the American legal scholarship. While its spread has been surrounded by distrust and suspiciousness, today more than half of the EU Member States have introduced collective actions for damages and from those who did, more than half chose, to some extent, the opt-out system. This book demonstrates why collective actions have been felt needed from the perspective of access to justice and effectiveness of law, the European debate and the deep layers of the European reaction and resistance, revealing how the Copernican turn of class actions questions the fundamentals of the European thinking about market and public interest. Using a transsystemic presentation of the European national models, it analyzes the way collective actions were accommodated with the European regulatory environment, the novel and peculiar regulatory questions they had to address and how and why they work differently on this side of the Atlantic.

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