xiv, 377 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
9783642048852 hardback 3642048854 hardback
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1 Part. Legal Theory. 1. Transformations in law Interpretation: towards a universal approach - the phenemenon, causes and symptoms. / Ewa Łętowska. 2. Discourse ethics as a basis of the application of law. / Bartosz Wojciechowski. 3. Judicial interpretation of billingual and multilingual laws: a European and Hong Kong comparison. / Deborah Cao. 4. The European dual nature: unity/fragamentation. / Anne Wagner. 2 Part. European Law. 5. The universalisation of legal interpretation. / Marek Safjan. 6. The power of national courts in interpreting domestic and EU law: the indetermincay of choice. / Ermal Frasheri. 7. Implementation of European Regulation of financial sectior: consequences for the consumer protection. / Carmilla HØrby Jensen, Nina Dietz Legind. 8. Joint Competence of the EC and its member states as a source of divergent interpretations of the TRIPS agreement at community and national levels. / Monika Niedźwiedź. 9. Some idealism about Realism. Judging under certainty and the standardization of adjudication in the EC law. / Mariusz Jerzy Golecki. 3 Part. European criminal law. 10. Pro-European interpretation of criminal law vis-à-vis the constitutional standards of the European Union member states. / Barbara Nita. 11. Linguistic pluralism and interpretation of European law in the third pllar, discussed with reference to the example of article 54 of the convention implementing the Schengen agreement. / Barbara Nita, Andrzej Światłowski. 12. Introducting hermenutic methods in criminal law interpretation in Europe. / Alicja Ornowska. 4 Part. Private law. 13. Fifty years in five? the Brazilian approach to the New York Convention. / André de Albuquerque Cavlacanti Abbud. 14. Explaining transnational rules: discourses and material conditions when implementing the Swedish corporate code of conduct. / Karin Jonnergard, Ulf Larsson-Olaison. 15. The translation of transplanted rules: the case of the Swedish nomination committe. / Ulf Larsson-Olaison. 16. Transnational Law, between Ius Mercatorum and Ius Civile. / Cristián Giménez Corte.