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8 Impediments of National Procedural Law to the Free Movement of Judgments Luxembourg Report on European Procedural Law Volume I Edited by Burkhard Hess and Pietro Ortolanie Hardback 480 pp. € 180.00 ISBN 978-3-406-73666-7 Dr Burkhard Hess is the Director of the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law. He is a Professor at the Universities of Heidelberg and Luxembourg. Dr Pietro Ortolani has been a Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law and now is an assistant professor at Radboud University. This volume presents a comparative examination and empirical evaluation of national procedural rules and practices, and further assesses the key procedural problems that impact mutual trust and the free movement of judgments in light of national and European Court of Justice case law. It provides an exhaustive overview of the similarities and differences of civil procedure in all EU Member States, and their impact on the recognition and enforcement of judgments. Alongside The Luxembourg Report on European Procedural Law, Volume II: The Impact of National Procedures on the Protection of Consumers under EU Law, the volume offers the most comprehensive, empirically-driven comparative investigation of national civil procedure thus far undertaken in Europe. Using an extensive dataset comprising hundreds of interviews and responses to a multilanguage online survey, examines the rules of civil procedure in all EU Member States, and identifies their impact on mutual trust and the free movement of judgments. This volume will be of interest for all practitioners, academics and policymakers with a focus on judicial cooperation and civil justice, and will facilitate a better understanding of the impact of national procedural laws on cross-border dispute resolution in Europe.

9 Implementing EU Consumer Rights by National Procedural Law Luxembourg Report on European Procedural Law Volume II Edited by Burkhard Hess and Stephanie Law Hardback 637 pp. € 180.00 ISBN 978-3-406-73667-4 Dr Burkhard Hess is the Director of the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law. He is a Professor at the Universities of Heidelberg and Luxembourg. Dr Stephanie Law is Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law. EU consumer law affords a number of substantive rights to consumers. Often however, the protection of these rights is undermined as a consequence of the complexity and lack of knowledge in the Member States of EU consumer legislation and case law. This volume presents a comparative examination of the enforcement of these rights in the EU Member States, with an extensive empirical evaluation of national procedural rules and practices. Following a comprehensive assessment of the nature and characteristics of EU consumer law, the volume identifies and evaluates key procedural themes that shape the equivalent and effective protection of EU consumer rights in light of European Court of Justice case law. Alongside The Luxembourg Report on European Procedural Law, Volume I: The Impact of National Procedural Laws and Practices on Mutual Trust and the Free Circulation of Judgments, the volume offers the most comprehensive, empirically-driven comparative investigation of national civil procedure thus far undertaken in Europe. Using an extensive dataset comprising hundreds of interviews and responses to a multi-language online survey, examines the rules of civil procedure in all EU Member States, and identifies their impact on the protection of consumers under EU consumer law. This volume will be of interest for all practitioners, academics and policymakers with a focus on judicial cooperation, civil justice and consumer protection, and will facilitate a better understanding of the impact of national procedural laws on the effectiveness of EU consumer protection.