Hannes Rösler, Senior Reserach Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg, has published a monograph on the European Judiciary in the Field of Private Law (Europäische Gerichtsbarkeit auf dem Gebiet des Zivilrechts, Mohr Siebeck 2012). Looking into the interaction between national and European courts in private law, Rösler asks whether the current system is effective enough to implement European Union law. He analyses the present situation and various reform options from the standpoint of private law and with the aid of interdisciplinary approaches.
Rösler on the European Judiciary in Private Law
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