#OUTNOW: Opinio Juris in Comparatione, Vol. 1, n. 1/2021

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PRE-PRINT Comparative Law in Germany: Yesterday’s Hobby or Tomorrow’s Science? André Janssen

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PRE-PRINT: Jeroen van den Hoven, Giovanni Comandé, Salvatore Ruggieri, Josep Domingo-Ferrer, Francesca Musiani, Fosca Giannotti and Francesca Pratesi, Marc Stauch and Iryna Lishchuk, Towards a Digital Ecosystem of Trust: Ethical, Legal and Societal Implications

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PRE-PRINT Salvatore Mancuso African law, informal sector, business law, OHADA, legal pluralism

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Pre-Print Sabrina Lanni – Food safety e intelligenza artificiale

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PRE-PRINT: A proactive GDPR-compliant solution for fostering medical scientific research as a secondary use of personal health data

PRE-PRINT: Agri-Food Biotechnologies Regulation: a comparative perspective

PRE-PRINT: From the black swan, to the snowball…

Instant paper for Senegal

Komlavi Agbam ABSTRACT Table of contents I. Overall Framework: New code of civil and commercial obligations 1. The Externality 2. The unpredictability 3. The insurmountability II. Specific framework III. Some cases that can be invoked in Senegalese Law FULL TEXT: PDF REFBACKS There are currently no refbacks.    

Law of Contracts in Times of Covid-19 Pandemic: Polish Report

Radosław Strugała ABSTARCT As the world struggles with the Covid-19 pandemic, the debtors try to perform their contractual obligations despite the hardship it brings about. In the meantime contract lawyers are focused on trying and finding remedies that would help face the new circumstances. The remedies that enable the parties either to modify the contract […]