Contract, Commercial and Consumer
Programme and Papers
Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:
Session 1: September 11th 13.45 - 15.15 Room OCC
German relative are free, but English relatives are freer
1B Joseph Spooner (UCL) & Michiel De Muynck (Ghent University)
Brining harmonisation home: Bridging the Gap between EU regulatory regimes for unsecured consumer credit and mortgage credit
1C Piotr Tereszkiewicz (University of Heidelberg)
The new design of misrepresentation and non-disclosure rules in consumer insurance contract law in the UK from a continental and European perspective
Session 2: September 11th 15.45 - 17.15 Room OCC
Session 3 September 12th 09.00 - 10.30 Room OCC
A wrong turn in history: re-interpreting the exclusionary rule against prior negotiations in contractual interpretation
3B Sean Thomas (Leicester)
Solutions to the Nemo Dat Problem
3C Lorraine Lally
Is a European standard required in defining merchantable quality under the Sale of Goods and Supply of Services legislation?
Session 4 September 12th 13.30 - 15.00 Room OCC
The expansion of arbitration's domain: Panacea or poison?
4B M. Mahfuz (Manchester)
Disease in life policy and its cure
4C Zeldine O'Brien (Dublin, Trinity College)
National asset management agency act 2009: Selected legal issues
Bringing Harmonisation Home: Bridging the Gap between EU Regulatory Regimes for unsecured Consumer Credit and Mortgage Credit by Michiel de Muynck? and Joseph Spooner?.
"A Wrong Turn in History: Re-interpreting the Exclusionary Rule Against Prior Negotiations in Contractual Interpretation by Goh.
Is a European Standard required in defining Merchantable Quality under the Sale of Goods and Supply of Services legislation? by Lally.
Disease in Life Policy and its cure (Part 1) by Mahfuz.
The National Asset Management Agency Act 2009: Selected Legal Issues by O'Brien.
German relatives are free, but English relatives are freer by Sutschet.
New Design of Misrepresentation and Non-disclosure Rules in Consumer Insurance Contract Law in the UK from a Continental and European Perspective Abstract: by Piotr Tereszkiewicz.
Solutions to the Nemo Dat Problem by Thomas.
The Expansion of Arbitration’s Domain: Panacea or Poison? by Bruce Wardhaugh.
THE NATIONAL ASSET MANAGEMENT AGENCY ACT 2009: SELECTED LEGAL ISSUES by Zeldine Niamh O'Brien.
A Wrong Turn in History: Reinterpreting the Exclusionary Rule Against Prior Negotiations in Contractual Interpretation by Yihan Goh.
No posters available.