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Ukrainian Private Law and the European Area of Justice

Ed. by Eugenia Kurzynsky-Singer and Rainer Kulms

[Ukrainisches Privatrecht und Europäischer Rechtsraum.]

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The present collection of essays addresses the development of Ukrainian private law in the course of its ongoing Europeanization. This process is determined by the Association Agreement between the EU and Ukraine, which was concluded in 2014 and obliges Ukraine to implement a diverse number of European legal acts in its national legal system, aiming to achieve the economic integration of Ukraine into the EU internal market.
The present collection of essays addresses the development of Ukrainian private law in the course of its ongoing Europeanization. This process is determined by the Association Agreement between the EU and Ukraine, which was concluded in 2014 and obliges Ukraine to implement a diverse number of European legal acts in its national legal system, aiming to achieve the economic integration of Ukraine into the EU internal market. Nevertheless, it would be inaccurate to describe the process of integrating Ukrainian private law into the European Area of Justice as solely the implementation of the Community acquis. Rather, the Europeanization of Ukrainian private law is part of a value-based Europeanization of the entire Ukrainian society.
Survey of contents
I. From Association to Harmonisation
Jürgen Basedow: EU Private Law in Ukraine. The Impact of the Association Agreement – Eugenia Kurzynsky-Singer: The Implementation of the EU Acquis in Ukraine: Lessons from Legal Transplants – Natalia Pankevich: EU-Ukraine Association: An Asymmetrical Partnership – Danilo Flores: Allure and Rejection: Legal Frameworks Governing EU-Ukraine Relations before the Association Agreement

II. Reform of Ukrainian Justice
Vitaliy Korolenko: The reform of the Ukrainian judicial system and the civil proceedings in the context of the Association Agreement – Caroline von Gall: Beyond legal amendment. Ukrainian judiciary needs more than a change of laws

III. Modernisation of Ukrainian Private Law
Roman Majdanyk: Development of Ukrainian private law in the context of its Europeanization – Volodymyr Korol: Modernization of Ukrainian Cross-border Litigation and Conflict Law relating to contractual disputes in commercial matters on the way towards European Area of Justice – Volodymyr Kochyn: Non-Entrepreneurial Legal Entities in Ukraine: the Application of the European Experience

IV. EU and Eastern Europe
Natalia Pankevich: Eastern Neighbourhood of the EU: Alternatives for Integrative Projects – Rainer Kulms: (Private) Law in Transition: The Acquis Communautaire as a Challenge for East European Law Makers – Christa Jessel-Holst: Harmonization of Private Law as Exemplified in South East European Countries
Authors/Editors

Eugenia Kurzynsky-Singer





Rainer Kulms Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Head of the US Law Department, Lecturer in Law at the University of Hamburg, Adjunct Professor at the China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing.

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