Liber Amicorum Ole Lando


On September 2nd 2012, Professor Ole Lando celebrated his 90th birthday. This Liber Amicorum was published in order to honor his contributions to the development of International Contract Law and the Conflict of Laws.

  • Konkurrenz der Rechtsordnungen und “Law made in Germany” – Christian von Bar
  • An EU Law for Cross-Border Sales Only – Its Meaning and Implications in Open MarketsJürgen Basedow
  • The PECL and Consumer Remedies under the CESL – Hugh Beale
  • Do Swedish Civil Status Records Qualify to be Recognized in the Other EU Member States? – Michael Bogdan
  • The Lasting Influence of the Lando Principles – Eric Clive
  • A Plea for European Conflict Rules on Proprietary SecurityUlrich Drobnig
  • 40 Years of EU Competition Law – Jens Fejø
  • Private International Law Issues by Opt-out and Opt-in Instruments of Harmonization: A Comparison between CISG and CESL – Morten M. Fogt
  • Un “rattachement cumulatif”: nationalité étatique et citoyenneté européenne – Hélène Gaudemet-Tallon
  • Loan Agreements and Increased Refinancing Costs – Lars Gorton
  • A Ius Commune Casebook on the Effects of European Union Law on Legal Relationships between Individuals – Arthur Hartkamp
  • The International Scope of Choice-of-Court Agreements under the Brussels I Regulation, the Lugano Convention and the Hague Convention – Trevor C. Hartley
  • Ulysses – Over Nordic Default Oceans Back to Contract Commitment Safe Haven – Kai Krüger & Berte-Elen Konow
  • CISG and CESLUlrich Magnus
  • The Recast of the Brussels I Regulation – Peter Arnt Nielsen
  • The Ban on Discrimination as a General Principle of Contract Law – Ruth Nielsen
  • Ole Lando, Djingis Kahn and Memetics – Christina Ramberg
  • Constitutional Review on Trial – Some Reflexions in Honour of Professor Ole Lando – Hjalte Rasmussen
  • Zinsen Wegen Zahlungsverzug im Vorschlag eines Gemeinsamen Europäischen Kaufrechts (GEKR/CESL) und die Pluralität von Dessen Quellen – Oliver Remien
  • Model Laws for Implementing International Conventions – The Implementation of the 1970 UNESCO Convention on Cultural PropertyKurt Siehr
  • Innovation and Law – Ditlev Tamm & Pia Letto-Vanamo
  • Can Comparative Law and Economics Fill One of the Gaps Between Legal and Economic Theory? – Christina D. Tvarnø
  • Commercial Agents and Special Jurisdiction – Kim Østergaard

More details can be found here.