The Resource Personality Rights in European Tort Law

Personality Rights in European Tort Law

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Personality Rights in European Tort Law
Title
Personality Rights in European Tort Law
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Language
eng
Summary
This collection of case studies from fourteen European legal systems analyses the legal protection of personality interests in Europe
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Brüggemeier, Gert
Dewey number
346.24033
LC call number
KJC1646 .P47 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Colombi Ciacchi, Aurelia
  • O'Callaghan, Patrick
Series statement
The Common Core of European Private Law
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  • Personality (Law) -- Europe
  • Personality (Law) -- United States
  • Privacy, Right of -- Europe
  • Privacy, Right of -- United States
  • Torts -- Europe
  • Torts -- United States
Label
Personality Rights in European Tort Law
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https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/oulaw/detail.action?docID=501275
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multicolored
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Half-title -- Series-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- National reporters -- General editors' preface -- General Editors -- Honorary Editor -- Late Honorary Editor -- Preface -- Editorial note -- Abbreviations -- General abbreviations -- Abbreviations by Country -- PART I MAPPING THE LEGAL LANDSCAPE -- 1 General introduction -- 2 Protection of personality rights in the law of delict/torts in Europe: mapping out paradigms -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Two distinct paths of civil law of delict -- A. France -- B. Germany -- 3. Two different paths of liability law -- A. Common law of torts and statutory law: England -- B. Scandinavian law: Sweden -- 4. A European Perspective - Art. 8(1) ECHR -- 3 American tort law and the right to privacy -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The birth of a tort -- 3. The first steps -- 4. Evolution of a tort -- 5. Additional protection for peace of mind -- 6. The academic backlash -- 7. The United States Supreme Court intervenes -- 8. The present status of the unwarranted-disclosure privacy tort -- 9. The present status of the intrusion privacy tort -- 10. The present status of the false-light privacy tort -- 11. The present status of the misappropriation privacy tort -- 12. Conclusion -- PART II CASE STUDIES -- 4 Case 1: The corrupt politician -- Case -- Discussions -- Austria -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Belgium -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- England -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- (a) The journalist's statement is not supported by any facts -- (b) The journalist alleged some facts related by a third person, which then turned out to be false -- III. Metalegal formants -- Finland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- France -- I. Operative rules
  • II. Descriptive formants -- Germany -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Greece -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Ireland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- (a) The journalist's statement is not supported by any facts -- (b) The journalist alleged some facts related by a third person, which then turned out to be false -- III. Metalegal formants -- Italy -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- The Netherlands -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- (a) The journalist's statement is not supported by any facts -- (b) The journalist alleged some facts related by a third person, which then turned out to be false -- Portugal -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Specifically with regard to situation (a) -- Specifically with regard to situation (b) -- Scotland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Spain -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Switzerland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- (a) The journalist's statement is not supported by any facts -- (b) The journalist alleged some facts related by a third person, which then turned out to be false -- III. Metalegal formants -- Comparative remarks -- I. Foundations of liability -- II. Infringement of honour and reputation -- 1. Situation (a) -- 2. Situation (b) -- III. Remedies -- 1. Damages -- 2. Injunction -- 3. Right of reply -- IV. Addressees of liability -- 5 Case 2: Convicted law professor -- Case -- Discussions -- Austria -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Belgium -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- England -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive Formants
  • (a) The crime consists of causing the death of a person in a car accident due to drunken driving -- 1. Defamation and malicious falsehood -- 2. Negligence -- 3. Breach of confidence -- 4. The Data Protection Act 1998 -- (b) The crime consists of promising female students better grades in exchange for sex -- III. Metalegal Formants -- Finland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- France -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Germany -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Greece -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Ireland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Italy -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- The Netherlands -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- (a) The crime consists of causing the death of a person in a car accident due to drunken driving -- (b) The crime consists of promising female students better grades in exchange for sex -- Portugal -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Scotland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Spain -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Switzerland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- (a) The crime consists of causing the death of a person in a car accident due to drunken driving -- (b) The crime consists of promising female students better grades in exchange for sex -- III. Metalegal formants -- Comparative remarks -- I. Prevalent solution: no claim -- II. The Greek and Swiss solutions -- 6 Case 3: The paedophile case -- Case -- Discussions -- Austria -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Belgium -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- England -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- 1. Substantive law -- III. Metalegal formants -- Finland
  • I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- France -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Germany -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Greece -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Ireland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Italy -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- The Netherlands -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Portugal -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Scotland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Spain -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Switzerland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Comparative remarks -- 7 Case 4: An invented life story? -- Case -- Discussions -- Austria -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Belgium -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- England -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Finland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- France -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Germany -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Greece -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Ireland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Italy -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- The Netherlands -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Portugal -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Scotland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Spain -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Switzerland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Comparative remarks
  • 8 Case 5: A former statesman's family life -- Case -- Discussions -- Austria -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Belgium -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- England -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- 1. Substantive law -- 2. Remedies -- (a) Injunction -- (b) Damages -- Finland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- France -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Germany -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Greece -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Ireland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Italy -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- The Netherlands -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Portugal -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Scotland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Spain -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Switzerland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Comparative remarks -- I. The right to privacy: legal bases -- II. Balancing privacy against freedom of expression and information -- III. Remedies -- 9 Case 6: A satirical magazine -- Case -- Discussions -- Austria -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Belgium -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- England -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Finland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- France -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Germany -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Greece -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Ireland -- I. Operative rules
  • II. Descriptive formants
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Extent
1 online resource (620 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780511681493
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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  • (MiAaPQ)EBC501275
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL501275
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10385776
  • (CaONFJC)MIL253600
  • (OCoLC)609860276
Label
Personality Rights in European Tort Law
Link
https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/oulaw/detail.action?docID=501275
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Half-title -- Series-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- National reporters -- General editors' preface -- General Editors -- Honorary Editor -- Late Honorary Editor -- Preface -- Editorial note -- Abbreviations -- General abbreviations -- Abbreviations by Country -- PART I MAPPING THE LEGAL LANDSCAPE -- 1 General introduction -- 2 Protection of personality rights in the law of delict/torts in Europe: mapping out paradigms -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Two distinct paths of civil law of delict -- A. France -- B. Germany -- 3. Two different paths of liability law -- A. Common law of torts and statutory law: England -- B. Scandinavian law: Sweden -- 4. A European Perspective - Art. 8(1) ECHR -- 3 American tort law and the right to privacy -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The birth of a tort -- 3. The first steps -- 4. Evolution of a tort -- 5. Additional protection for peace of mind -- 6. The academic backlash -- 7. The United States Supreme Court intervenes -- 8. The present status of the unwarranted-disclosure privacy tort -- 9. The present status of the intrusion privacy tort -- 10. The present status of the false-light privacy tort -- 11. The present status of the misappropriation privacy tort -- 12. Conclusion -- PART II CASE STUDIES -- 4 Case 1: The corrupt politician -- Case -- Discussions -- Austria -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Belgium -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- England -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- (a) The journalist's statement is not supported by any facts -- (b) The journalist alleged some facts related by a third person, which then turned out to be false -- III. Metalegal formants -- Finland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- France -- I. Operative rules
  • II. Descriptive formants -- Germany -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Greece -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Ireland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- (a) The journalist's statement is not supported by any facts -- (b) The journalist alleged some facts related by a third person, which then turned out to be false -- III. Metalegal formants -- Italy -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- The Netherlands -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- (a) The journalist's statement is not supported by any facts -- (b) The journalist alleged some facts related by a third person, which then turned out to be false -- Portugal -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Specifically with regard to situation (a) -- Specifically with regard to situation (b) -- Scotland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Spain -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Switzerland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- (a) The journalist's statement is not supported by any facts -- (b) The journalist alleged some facts related by a third person, which then turned out to be false -- III. Metalegal formants -- Comparative remarks -- I. Foundations of liability -- II. Infringement of honour and reputation -- 1. Situation (a) -- 2. Situation (b) -- III. Remedies -- 1. Damages -- 2. Injunction -- 3. Right of reply -- IV. Addressees of liability -- 5 Case 2: Convicted law professor -- Case -- Discussions -- Austria -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Belgium -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- England -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive Formants
  • (a) The crime consists of causing the death of a person in a car accident due to drunken driving -- 1. Defamation and malicious falsehood -- 2. Negligence -- 3. Breach of confidence -- 4. The Data Protection Act 1998 -- (b) The crime consists of promising female students better grades in exchange for sex -- III. Metalegal Formants -- Finland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- France -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Germany -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Greece -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Ireland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Italy -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- The Netherlands -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- (a) The crime consists of causing the death of a person in a car accident due to drunken driving -- (b) The crime consists of promising female students better grades in exchange for sex -- Portugal -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Scotland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Spain -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Switzerland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- (a) The crime consists of causing the death of a person in a car accident due to drunken driving -- (b) The crime consists of promising female students better grades in exchange for sex -- III. Metalegal formants -- Comparative remarks -- I. Prevalent solution: no claim -- II. The Greek and Swiss solutions -- 6 Case 3: The paedophile case -- Case -- Discussions -- Austria -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Belgium -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- England -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- 1. Substantive law -- III. Metalegal formants -- Finland
  • I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- France -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Germany -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Greece -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Ireland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Italy -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- The Netherlands -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Portugal -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Scotland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Spain -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Switzerland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Comparative remarks -- 7 Case 4: An invented life story? -- Case -- Discussions -- Austria -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Belgium -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- England -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Finland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- France -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Germany -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Greece -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Ireland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Italy -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- The Netherlands -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Portugal -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Scotland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Spain -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Switzerland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Comparative remarks
  • 8 Case 5: A former statesman's family life -- Case -- Discussions -- Austria -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Belgium -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- England -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- 1. Substantive law -- 2. Remedies -- (a) Injunction -- (b) Damages -- Finland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- France -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Germany -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Greece -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Ireland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Italy -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- The Netherlands -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Portugal -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Scotland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Spain -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Switzerland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Comparative remarks -- I. The right to privacy: legal bases -- II. Balancing privacy against freedom of expression and information -- III. Remedies -- 9 Case 6: A satirical magazine -- Case -- Discussions -- Austria -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Belgium -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- England -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Finland -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- France -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Germany -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- III. Metalegal formants -- Greece -- I. Operative rules -- II. Descriptive formants -- Ireland -- I. Operative rules
  • II. Descriptive formants
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (620 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780511681493
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC501275
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL501275
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10385776
  • (CaONFJC)MIL253600
  • (OCoLC)609860276

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