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European private law in the digital transformation

I want to share with you the launch of my new book.

The book analyses all the European instruments relating to private law and the keys to digitisation, accelerated by the pandemic.

European Private Law in the Digital Transformation is an easy-to-read book that brings together twenty years of civil judicial cooperation, with an introduction to all the instruments adopted on the basis of Art. 81 TFEU, as well as the remaining legislative output on different legal bases that have an impact on private law (company law, corporate governance, financial services, consumer law, property law, etc.).

It unpacks the main instruments of digital law: digital identity, data protection, blockchain applications, robotics and telecommunications.

She analyses the legal limits in the digital reality, the Rule of Law and the general principles of European Law, generally based on Roman Law, as well as the ethical applications. The author, a Full Member of the Spanish Royal Academy of Jurisprudence and Legislation and a Notary Public in Madrid, is a specialist in European law and has been an expert of the Ministry of Justice at the Council of the European Union for twenty years.

The work is prefaced by Antonio Fernandez de Buján y Fernández, Professor of Roman Law at the UAM and Full Member of the Royal Academy of Jurisprudence and Legislation of Spain.

If you wish to obtain the book

you can do it through this link

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