ELTE Law Journal

ELTE Law Journal 2020/1

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Drag Along Right in Hungarian Venture Capital Contracts

  Attila Pintér*   Drag Along Right in Hungarian Venture Capital Contracts   Introduction The topic of this paper is the drag along right in Hungarian venture capital contracts. In this paper, I aim to answer whether it is possible to apply valid drag along clauses with their original purpose in venture capital contracts under […]

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The Value of Personal Data from a Competition Law Perspective

  Gábor Polyák* – Gábor Pataki**   The Value of Personal Data from a Competition Law Perspective[1]   Introduction: The New Digital Services Act In June 2020 the Commission launched a public consultation on the Digital Services Act. The consultation seeks to gather views, evidence and data from the general public, businesses, online platforms, academics, […]

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The Dogmatics and Modernisation of International Conventions on Aviation Security

  Attila Sipos*   The Dogmatics and Modernisation of International Conventions on Aviation Security   Today it is barely conceivable but, in the post-Second World War world of international civil aviation, issues of security did not generate special concern. At that time nobody envisaged that one day terrorists would hijack airplanes or use them as […]

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Africa – EU Trade Relations: Legal Analysis of the Dispute Settlement Mechanisms under the West Africa – EU Economic Partnership Agreement

  Doris Folasade Akinyooye*   Africa – EU Trade Relations: Legal Analysis of the Dispute Settlement Mechanisms under the West Africa – EU Economic Partnership Agreement   Introduction The European Union (EU) – Southern African Development Community (SADC) Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) is the first regional EPA in Africa to become fully operational. West Africa […]

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The Application of Overriding Mandatory Rules in Hungarian Private International Law

  Csenge Merkel* and Tamás Szabados**   The Application of Overriding Mandatory Rules in Hungarian Private International Law   Introduction One of the novelties of the new Hungarian Private International Law Act (PIL Act) is that, for the first time in autonomous Hungarian private international law, it provides explicitly for the possibility of applying overriding […]

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Some Recent Developments Regarding the Treatment of Overriding Mandatory Rules of Third Countries

  Uglješa Grušić*   Some Recent Developments Regarding the Treatment of Overriding Mandatory Rules of Third Countries   Introduction The story of the treatment of overriding mandatory rules of third countries (i.e. the law of which is neither the lex fori nor the lex causae)[1] in private international law in Europe[2] is well known. Before […]

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The Application of Mandatory Rules by Arbitral Tribunals – Three Salient Issues

  Markus Petsche*   The Application of Mandatory Rules[1] by Arbitral Tribunals – Three Salient Issues Introduction When arbitral tribunals have to decide whether to apply or give effect to certain mandatory rules, they often face serious challenges. First of all, they are likely to receive no, or only very limited, guidance under the governing […]

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Overriding Mandatory Provisions in Family Law and Names

  Katažyna Bogdzevič*   Overriding Mandatory Provisions in Family Law and Names   Introduction Overriding mandatory provisions have been within the interests of legal scholars for years. However, in many cases, authors focused on the overriding mandatory rules in commercial matters,[1] whereas overriding mandatory provisions within international family law, and particularly within international legal aspects […]

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Substantive EU Regulations as Overriding Mandatory Rules?

  Martina Melcher*   Substantive EU Regulations as Overriding Mandatory Rules?   Introduction The main research question as expressed in the title of this paper is primarily a question of coordination. It addresses the peculiar relationship between directly applicable, uniform substantive EU law and the EU Private International Law (PIL) regulations, i.e. the Rome Regulations. […]

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Overriding Mandatory Provisions in the Autonomous Private International Law of the EU Member States – General Report

  Tamás Szabados*   Overriding Mandatory Provisions in the Autonomous Private International Law of the EU Member States – General Report   Introduction This comparative study focuses on a special group of norms, namely overriding mandatory provisions and their application outside the reach of the EU private international law regulations. Terminologically, such norms have been […]

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Overriding Mandatory Provisions in Private International Law and Arbitration

  Overriding Mandatory Provisions in Private International Law and Arbitration – Introduction by the Guest Editor –   The Young European Union Private International Law Research Network was established in 2019 in order to promote academic cooperation within the young generation of private international lawyers in the European Union. The activity of the Network centres […]

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