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Annual of German and European Law

Volume II & III

Edited by Russell A. Miller and Peer C. Zumbansen

568 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-84545-268-1 $85.00/£53.00 Hb Published (February 2007)


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German law has been of long-standing interest and increasing relevance around the world, but access for researchers and practitioners very frequently was limited by the necessity of German language proficiency. Offering English-language access to these fields, the Annual of German & European Law is a significant contribution to the global discourse on and study of German, European and Comparative law.

Each volume presents: (1) articles – original, cutting-edge scholarship from the fields of German and European law; (2) jurisdictional reports – comments on the latest caselaw from Germany’s most significant courts and the case-law of the European courts having importance for Germany; (3) book reviews – surveying the most compelling recent literature (whether in the German or English language) in the fields of German and European law; and (4) translations – exclusive English-language versions of significant primary sources of German law, including statutes and court opinions).

The first volumes of the Annual of German & European Law have attracted contributions from some of the most preeminent commentators, scholars and jurists in the fields, including, among others:
Luke Nottage (Volume I); Juliet Lodge (Volume I); Alexander Somek (Volume I): Susanne Baer (Volume I): Renate Jaeger (Volume II): Günter Frankenberg (Volume II): Bootjan Zupanãiã (Volume II): Nigel Foster (Volume II)

The third volume maintains this tradition of high quality, peer-reviewed scholarship with contributions expected from Gertrude Lübbe-Wolff (Justice, German Federal Constitutional Court) and Christian Joerges (European University Institute).

Russell Miller (University of Idaho College of Law) and Peer Zumbansen (Osgoode Hall Law School, York University), are the founders and Co-Editors-in-Chief of the highly successful German Law Journal (www.germanlawjournal.com). Both teach and publish in the fields of international and comparative law.

Related Link: See Also:
Volume I


BISAC: LAW016000 LAW/Comparative; LAW079000 LAW/Reference

BIC: LAM Comparative law; L Law



Contents

Foreword
Antje Wiener

SECTION I: SCHOLARLY ARTICLES

Chapter 1. German Religious Freedoms: The Movement Toward Protection of Minorities
Edward J. Eberle

Chapter 2. The Reform of the Statutory Social Welfare System and the Case Law of the Bundesverfassungsgericht
Renate Jaeger

Chapter 3. The Learning Sovereign
Günter Frankenberg

Chapter 4. Judicial Review of Administrative Agency Action: Should America Adopt the German Model?
Marc Chase McAllister

Chapter 5. Preventive Detention in Comparative Perspective
Andrew Hammel

Chapter 6. The Impact of Directive 1999/44/EC on German Sales Law
Peter Rott

Chapter 7. European Challenges for German Law: An Analysis of the Recent Jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice on the Freedom of Establishment and its Impact on German Corporate Law and Conflict of Laws
Martin Schulz

Chapter 8. On the Interpretation of Legal Precedents and of the Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights
Bostjan M. Zupancic

Chapter 9. Between Citizens and Peoples: Reflections on the New European Constitutionalism
Sergio Dellavalle

Chapter 10. Who Has the Right to Intra-European Social Security? From Market Citizen to European Citizens and Beyond
Dorte Sindbjerg Martinsen

SECTION II: FORUM: FREE MOVEMENT IN THE EU

Chapter 11. From Persons to Citizens and Beyond: The Evolution of Personal Free Movement in the European Union
Nigel Foster

Chapter 12. Freedom of Movement as a Union Citizen’s Right
Dieter H. Scheuing

SECTION III: JURISDICTIONAL REPORTS

Report Bundesverfassungsgericht (Federal Constitutional Court) – 2003
Felix Müller

Report Bundesverwaltungsgericht (Federal Administrative Court) – 2004
Craig T. Smith

ReportBundesgerichtshof in Zivilsachen (Federal Court of Justice, Private Law) – 2003/2004
Jan Stemplewitz

ReportBundesgerichtshof in Strafsachen (Federal Court of Justice, Criminal Law) – 2002/2003
Ralph Grunewald and Christoph J.M. Safferling

ReportBundesarbeitsgericht (Federal Labor Court) – 2002/2003
Anna L. Izzo and Friedemann F. Kiethe

ReportLandesverfassungsgerichte (State Constitutional Courts) – 2002
Christian von Coelln

Report – European Court of Justice – 2003/2004
Kai Peter Ziegler

Report – European Court of Human Rights – 2003/2004
Florian F. Hoffmann

SECTION IV: BOOK REVIEWS

  1. Basil Markesinis and Hannes Unberath: The German Law of Torts: A Comparative Treatise, 4th edition
    Bernhard Grossfeld
  2. Peter L. Murray and Rolf Stürner: German Civil Justice
    Giesela Rühl
  3. Marcel Storme (ed.): Procedural Laws in Europe. Towards Harmonisation
    Jan Bolt
  4. Joseph A. McCahery et al. (eds.): Corporate Governance Regimes. Convergence and Diversity
    Peer Zumbansen
  5. Christin M. Forstinger: Takeover Law in the EU and the USA
    Peer Zumbansen
  6. Jennifer Payne (ed.): English and German Law of Takeovers
    Peer Zumbansen
  7. Klaus König (ed.): Deutsche Verwaltung an der Grenze zum 21. Jahrhundert
    Markus Pöcker
  8. Giovanna Borradori (ed.): Philosophy in a Time of Terror. Dialogues with Jürgen Habermas and Jacques Derrida
    Martti Koskenniemi
  9. Catherine Dupré: Importing the Law in Post-Communist Transitions
    Renáta Uitz
  10. Andreas Fahrmeir: Citizens and Aliens – Foreigners and the Law in Britain and the German States, 1789–1870
    Helene Oger
  11. Fiona Cownie: Legal Academics. Culture and Identity
    Alexandra Kemmerer
  12. Andreas Müller-Driver: Grenzüberschreitende Restrukturierungen von Kapitalgesellschaften zwischen Deutschland und England
    Anna L. Izzo
  13. Jan Pieter Krahnen and Reinhard H. Schmidt (eds.): The German Financial System
    David C. Donald
  14. Jörg Menzel: Landesverfassungsrecht
    Christian von Coelln

SECTION V: German Federal Constitutional Court, Teacher’s Headscarf Case
(BVerfGE 108, 282)

Index

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