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Published on July 28th, 2018 | by Argyro Myzithra


New Book: Droit comparé et territorialité du droit (02/2018)

Conseil d’Etat
Editor : La documentation française
Collection: Droits et Débats
ISBN: 978-2-11-145577-1
Release date: 02/2018
Page number: 320 pages
Language: French

The series of lectures Comparative Law and Territoriality of Law aims to study the interactions between the comparative approach and contemporary normative pluralism. This volume 2 brings together the last six conferences of the cycle, twelve in total.

Two conferences address the renewal of the factory and vehicles standards across two major themes: financial law and regulation (conference 7) which, in a context of institutional and legislative upheaval, renewed decision-making within the European Union, and tax law (conference 9) analyzed through the effects of the interweaving of different levels of French, European and international standards. The eighth conference, devoted to the European normative crucible, addresses the rights of foreigners and the way in which the European institutions deal with the phenomenon of migration. On the subject of the a-territoriality of the law in the digital age, the Tenth Conference analyzes the challenge of protecting personal data, which pushes the right to go beyond the notion of the territorial frontier. The eleventh conference questions the concept of sovereignty as it recedes and the territories reaffirm their existence by imposing physical limits on the application of the laws. Finally, the twelfth and last conference is devoted to fundamental rights in French and European frameworks, rights whose respect requires rigor and flexibility in relation to a territoriality whose legal systems must be respected.

At a time when the state no longer has a monopoly on the manufacture or interpretation of norms, and where the idea of territoriality hardly reflects how the law is developed or applied, this book enriched with numerous references and appendices, offers an enlightened reflection on the future of a right confronted with the complexities of globalization.

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