Bertrand Du Marais

Bertrand Du Marais
University Paris Nanterre · Law Faculty

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Publications (34)
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Cambridge Core - Property Law - Legal Certainty in Real Estate Transactions - edited by du Marais Bertrand
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Cyberjustice: a key quality factor in administrative justice The digitisation of administrative justice is presented as a means to reduce costs and speed up procedures, thus improving the quality of administrative justice while keeping costs down. Although it improves plaintiffs’ access to the law and courts, the potential requirement to submit leg...
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Actes de la matinale AFTI - FIDES, 26 novembre 2014, Paris
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— Domain Name Registration – A Public Service? A Recurring Question — The new legal framework, established by the law of 22 March 2011, for managing the .fr domain name, does not fundamentally change the nature or organisation of the French public domain name service. Moreover it does not eliminate the main sources of legal uncertainty which includ...
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Starting from the puzzling situation of the US, and above all, the UK financial markets, this paper tries to supplement the current explanations of the constant dominance of these two financial centers. Law has specially mattered in this respect. Rather than the superior economic efficiency of UK-US financial law, as the “Law and finance” theory de...
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Starting from the “Law and Finance” theory, this paper reverts its argument. Rather than demonstrating the superior economic efficiency of UK-US financial law, this paper explores how, in the past two decades, the financial industry, and especially the securities and bonds markets, has experienced a growing trend towards an implicit vertical integr...
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This paper investigates the issue of the adequate training for lawyers in a globalized world, hit by the current economic crisis. After an introduction (Section I), Section II defines globalization and puts our definition into the specific perspective of the current economic crisis. Our assumption is that if the current crisis is altering some of t...
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The methods used to construct indicators supposed to measure the quality of Legal systems and Institutions often meet with criticism. The present study is to complete this criticism. We will point out that the methodology, derived from A. Shleifer's work on Institutions assessment and "Law and Finance" approach, used in the World Bank Doing Busines...
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Cet article présente l’une des causes déjà identifiées de la crise du crédit, le rôle des agences de notation, à travers un aspect souvent méconnu : l’analyse de l’influence du droit sur l’activité de titrisation et, partant, sur les phénomènes déclencheurs de la crise. Les agences de notation sont en effet critiquées pour la qualité de l’informati...
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Part I describes the history and methodology of the research conducted by LLSV. Part II examines the transformation of the correlation explored by LLSV into a normative approach that is illustrated particularly well by the series of reports from the International Finance Corporation (IFC— World Bank Group) on Doing Business. Part III discusses the...
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Financial rating agencies are key actors of financial markets. Their different ratings are usually pre-conditions for issuing securities or bonds. If they assess the financial viability of the financial instruments issued, they also assess the soundness of the legal arrangements used. Thus, taking the law into account is a key element of their asse...
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L’année 2004 a été marquée par de profonds bouleversements dans le droit français des télécommunications, avec la transposition du deuxième « paquet » de législation communautaire et l’achèvement de la banalisation du statut de l’opérateur historique, France Télécom. Le nouveau régime ainsi créé est plus souple quant aux conditions d’entrée sur les...
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In 2004, the French legal framework applicable to telecommunications has experienced tremendous changes. The aims of these reforms were to transpose into domestic law the second European Telecommunications 2002 package and to complete the total change of France Telecom, the incumbent operator. On the one hand, this new legal framework fosters free...
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Internet Regulation : from Illusion back to Reality For a long time, Internet led us to believe in a world of total freedom where self-regulation would be the universal virtual panacea. However, we now see a return to more traditional concepts of network regulation : in reality, self-regulation seems to be an extremely controlled system — Internet...
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Introduction Internet is a powerful tool for the transormation of procedures at work both in society and in the public services. The “numerical revolution” has thus brought about encouraging results for the modernisation of administrations and the improvement of relations between the administration and users. Nonetheless it also raises a certain nu...
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Les politiques de libéralisation des services collectifs en Europe empruntent un chemin unique, s'organisant autour du modèle d'un régulateur indépendant, centralisé, sectoriel, technique assurant la police administrative du secteur à l'aide notamment d'un contrôle juridictionnel et d'un régime d'autorisations. La présente contribution se propose d...
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Le principe de concurrence a investi en très peu de temps le champ du contentieux de la légalité administrative et celui de l'organisation des services publics. Dans cet article, cette évolution est à la fois présentée mais aussi testée. La soumission des services publics au principe de concurrence ne s'est pas opérée sans réticence, en particulier...

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