We are happy to inform that the second volume of the "Baltic Yearbook of International Law" under RGSL auspices is published at Brill Publishing House.
This volume is especially important for RGSL because papers published in this volume emerged from a series of four conferences in the framework of the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet project “Fundamental Rights at the Frontiers of the European Union” (2017‒2019).
Inese Freimane-Deksne Editorial Note
The “Thick” Rule of Law and Mutual Trust in the European Union
The Impact of Digital Autonomous Tools on Private Autonomy
Powerful Private Players in the Digital Economy: Between Private Law Freedoms and the Constitutional Principle of Equality
Big Data and International Politics
Juan Luis Manfredi Sánchez
Big Data and Competition Policy in the European Union
Antitrust After Big Data
John M. Yun
Big Data Ownership: Do we Need a New Regulatory Framework?
Development of Consumer Collective Redress in the EU: a Light at the End of the Tunnel?
Consumer Protection in the EU Conflict-of-laws Framework
Geo-blocking Regulation: Antitrust or Consumer Protection?
Elements of Practices of the Baltic States in International Law:
Republic of Estonia Materials of International Law 2017–2018
Edited by René Värk
Republic of Latvia Materials on International Law 2017–2018
Edited by Kristaps Tamužs
Republic of Lithuania Materials on International Law 2018
Edited by Andrius Bambalas and Saulius Katuoka
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