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EU Regulation of E-Commerce

A Commentary

2nd edition

9781800372085 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Arno R. Lodder, Professor of Internet Governance and Regulation, Amsterdam Law and Technology Institute, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands and Andrew D. Murray, Professor of Information Technology Law, London School of Economics, UK
Publication Date: November 2022 ISBN: 978 1 80037 208 5 Extent: c 512 pp
Significantly revised and expanded, this important book addresses the key pieces of EU legislation in the field of e-commerce, including on consumer rights, copyright, electronic identification, open internet access, electronic payments, competition law and digital content.

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Significantly revised and expanded, this important book addresses the key pieces of EU legislation in the field of e-commerce, including on consumer rights, copyright, electronic identification, open internet access, electronic payments, competition law and digital content.

Key features of this second edition include:

• thoroughly up-to-date analysis of decisions of the Court of Justice and the Commission
• article-by-article commentary on the latest directives and regulations in the field of e-commerce
• a unique structure featuring detailed tables of cases and legislation and paragraph references, enabling easy access to all substantive legal provisions
• new chapters featuring analysis of services in the internal market, copyright in the Digital Single market, measures concerning open internet access and more.

This unique work provides an updated account of the essential pieces of EU legislation on e-commerce. Legal practitioners will benefit from the clear structure and close examination of key provisions. The book will also appeal to legal scholars and advanced students, who will appreciate the concise overview and thoughtful analysis on future developments in the field.
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‘This is an important contribution to understanding the most important policy objective of the European Union: the growth of a safe and secure, trustworthy, and legally accountable framework for transactional e-Commerce, that respects not only fundamental rights but the private rights of stakeholders. An excellent range of contributors offers chapters, not only about the ex-ante rules and protections available for consumers, rightsholders, and the supply of digital content but the range of ex-post remedies and enforcement mechanisms available in the EU.'
– Mark Leiser, Leiden University, the Netherlands
Contributors
Contributors include: P. Cortés, J. Dumortier, M. Jóźwiak, S. Jóźwiak-Górny, A.R. Lodder, L. Mcdonagh, C. Markou, J. Morais Carvalho, A.D. Murray, P. Nika, C. Riefa, A. Savin, M. Schaub, T.E. Synodinou, A. Szmigielski
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