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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XII
  2. Essays

  3. Reports

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 117-117
    2. Barbara C. Steininger
      Pages 118-155
    3. Isabelle C. Durant
      Pages 156-185
    4. Jiří Hrádek
      Pages 186-210
    5. Vibe Ulfbeck, Søren Bergenser
      Pages 211-220
    6. Ken Oliphant
      Pages 221-250
    7. Irene Kull
      Pages 251-261
    8. Suvianna Hakalehto-Wainio
      Pages 262-269
    9. Olivier Moréteau
      Pages 270-280
    10. Jörg Fedtke
      Pages 281-305
    11. Eugenia Dacoronia
      Pages 306-331
    12. Attila Menyhárd
      Pages 332-347
    13. Eoin Quill
      Pages 348-367
    14. Elena Bargelli
      Pages 368-379
    15. Agris Bitäns
      Pages 380-398
    16. Herkus Gabartas, Milda Laučienė
      Pages 399-413
    17. Michael Faure, Ton Hartlief
      Pages 414-443
    18. Bjarte Askeland
      Pages 444-456
    19. Ewa Bagińska
      Pages 457-482
    20. André G. Dias Pereira
      Pages 483-507
    21. Anton Dulak
      Pages 508-515
    22. Rok Lampe
      Pages 516-527
    23. Jordi Ribot, Albert Ruda
      Pages 528-556
    24. Håkan Andersson
      Pages 557-577
    25. Peter Loser
      Pages 578-592
    26. Bernhard A. Koch
      Pages 593-601
    27. Bernhard A. Koch
      Pages 602-612
  4. Other Contributions

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 613-613
    2. Christian Takoff
      Pages 614-649
    3. Gerhard Wagner
      Pages 650-682
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 683-711

About this book

Introduction

The European Tort Law Yearbook provides a comprehensive overview of the latest developments in tort law in Europe. It contains reports on the developments in most EU Member States, including the new Member States the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia - as well as Norway and Switzerland. Furthermore, an overview of the developments in the field of EU law is provided. In conclusion, a comparative report reviews the essential aspects of all reports. The reports are written by scholars from the respective jurisdictions. Focusing on the year 2005, the authors critically report on important court decisions, present new legislation and provide a literature overview. In addition to the national reports, several essays on key topics in the field of tort law are included, most of which focus on questions of public liability.

Keywords

civil law comparative law tort law

Editors and affiliations

  • Helmut Koziol
    • 1
  • Barbara C. Steininger
    • 2
  1. 1.European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law and Research Unit for European Tort LawViennaAustria
  2. 2.Research Unit for European Tort LawViennaAustria

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