euvr

Zeitschrift für Europäisches Unternehmens- und Verbraucherrecht

Journal of European Consumer and Market Law

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ISSN 2191-3412

ISSN 2191-3420

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Editors

Association of European Consumer Law

Christoph Busch

    (EBS University Wiesbaden)

Alberto De Franceschi

    (University of Ferrara, MPI Munich)

Ronny Domröse

    (European University Viadrina

    Frankfurt)

Ulrich Ernst

    (Jagiellonian University Krakow)

Stephan Keiler

    (Universities of Bayreuth and Sassari)

Vanessa Mak

    (Tilburg University)

Kristin Nemeth

    (University of Innsbruck)

Rupprecht Podszun

    (University of Bayreuth)

Christine Riefa

    (Brunel University London)

A Call for Papers / Flyer
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Editorial Board

Maria Berger, Luxembourg

Peter Cartwright, Nottingham

Georg Graf, Salzburg

Phillip Hellwege, Augsburg

Athanassios Kaissis, Thessaloniki

Marco Loos, Amsterdam

Hans-Wolfgang Micklitz, Florence

Francesco Morandi, Sassari

Patrick Rambaud, Paris

Iain Ramsay, Kent

Nicolas Raschauer, Linz

Julio Álvarez Rubio, Santander

Giesela Rühl, Jena

Martin Schauer, Vienna

Martin Schmidt-Kessel, Bayreuth

Alexander Schopper, Innsbruck

Hans Schulte-Nölke, Osnabrück

Francesco A. Schurr, Vaduz

Ansgar Staudinger, Bielefeld

Jules Stuyck, Leuven

Marina Tamm, Wismar

Klaus Tonner, Rostock

Verica Trstenjak, Vienna, Luxembourg

Erich Vranes, Vienna

Christiane Wendehorst, Vienna

Fryderyk Zoll, Krakow

The tenth issue of the Journal of European Consumer and Market Law (euvr) provides a bilingual Editorial by Stefan Vogenauer, a Special Contribution by Norbert Reich regarding the effet utile, a contribution by Astrid Stadler on Collective Redress, furthermore an article by Nastasja Fuxa focussing Markets of Financial Products. Moreover a case note by Wüsthof/Marx on the latest Google decision by the CJEU as well as a short contribution by  Šťavíková Řezníčková/Selucká on Incorrect APRC.

A new section called ImpApp focussing the implementation of the Consumer Rights Directive (DE, AT, IT, NL) is launched.

This new Journal aims at filling a gap in existing publications in the field of European consumer law. Its main focus is on issues of consumer law in the EU internal market. European consumer law is understood in the broadest sense including customer, user and passenger law. The focus of the journal goes beyond the traditional understanding of consumer law as consumer protection law and includes consumer law from the perspective of businesses in the B2C market.


The emphasis lies on the debate of consumer law as it stands in a system of multilevel governance. This includes discussing issues of private as well as public law, of substantive as well as private international and procedural law, of national, international and supranational law, new regulatory instruments (e.g. uniform law, soft law, service standards) as well as questions of law making.


The journal contains articles (peer reviewed), short contributions, legislation report, case commentaries, pending cases, book reviews and events.. Contributions will appear in English and/or in German.

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