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Edward Elgar Publishing acquires specialist European law publisher Claeys & Casteels.

Elgar has acquired specialist European law publisher, Claeys & Casteels. The acquisition signals Elgar’s commitment to further developing its portfolio of professional law publications.

Formed in 2004 in Belgium, and since 2010 based in both Belgium and the Netherlands, Claeys & Casteels Law Publishing is a publishing house specialising in European Law, with a particular focus on European Competition law and European Energy law. Its aim is to publish a portfolio of titles written by the leading practitioners and policy makers in the area.  Claeys & Casteels also publishes three peer-reviewed journals for practitioner and academic readers: European Energy & Climate Journal, Competition Law & Policy Debate, and Renewable Energy Law & Policy Review.

Tim Williams, Elgar's Managing Director, commented:

 

'We are excited to announce the acquisition of Claeys & Casteels’ books and journals, which represents an important step in the development of our practitioner law programme. The Claeys & Casteels list complements our existing offerings, comprising high quality texts by leading commentators, as well as three strong journals.' 

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EU Copyright Law

A Commentary

This significantly revised and updated second edition addresses the rapid development of EU copyright law.

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The Elgar Corporate and Insolvency Law and Practice series is a library of works by leading practitioners and scholars covering discrete area of law in the field. Each title will be analytical in approach, highlighting and unpicking the legal issues that are most critical and relevant to practice. Designed to be detailed, focused reference works, the books in this series aim to offer an authoritative statement on the law and practice in key topics within the fields of company law, corporate governance, corporate insolvency and personal insolvency.

 

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Luke Adams

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Luke joined Elgar in 2000 as a commissioning editor, having spent the formative early part of his publishing career as an academic sales rep at Pearson Education. He began developing the Elgar law programme in...
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Tony Hawitt

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Tony joined Elgar in 2017 as Professional Law Publisher with a wealth of experience, having previously spent 17 years at Jordans and before that 6 years at Sweet and Maxwell.

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