Authors cannot terminate publishing contracts without due cause, according to the Dutch Supreme Court
Tag: Dutch Supreme Court
The preliminary reference procedure is not a modern invention. It has travelled a long way through time and space – from southern to northern Europe, from Roman imperial times to the 21st century.
The law making process and the relation between the legislator and the courts in the Netherlands is greatly influenced by Montesquieu’s theory on the separation of powers (the trias politica). Is there another way? A Roman perspective.