A Casebook on European Consumer Law

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European consumer law has become a vital part of both legal education and practice. This Casebook details the most fundamental judgments of the Court of Justice on consumer law to date and their effect on national legal systems. It contains twenty leading European cases and is then followed by concise analyses of the effect of these decisions on some of the national legal systems of the Member States,and how national legislatures and national courts have reacted to this ever burgeoning area of European law. The focus of the book is private law, including consumer contracts, advertisement law, European product liability and consumer dispute resolutions. The Casebook is an essential guide for students and practitioners alike. It provides the reader with an overview of the most important cases and analyses in the area of European consumer law on both European and national levels. The editors and contributors to the country reports are members of the EU- funded research network 'Common Principles of European Private Law'.

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About the author (2002)

Hans Schulte-Nölke is Professor of German Civil Law, European Private Law and Legal History at the University of Bielefeld.
Jackie Jones is a Senior Lecturer in European Law at the University of the West of England.
Reiner Schulze is Professor of German and European Civil Law at the University of Münster, Director of the Institute for International Business Law and Director of the Centre for European Private Law.

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