Contini, Francesco

The Circulation of Agency in E-Justice

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Table of contents

Part I. Beyond Interoperability

1. The Circulation of Agency in Judicial Proceedings: Designing for Interoperability and Complexity
Giovan Francesco Lanzara

2. Developing Pan-European e-Government Solutions: From Interoperability to Installed Base Cultivation
Ole Hanseth

3. How the Law Can Make It Simple: Easing the Circulation of Agency in e-Justice
Francesco Contini, Richard Mohr

Part II. Building e-Justice: National and European Experiences

4. Law, Technology and System Architectures: Critical Design Factors for Money Claim and Possession Claim Online in England and Wales
Giampiero Lupo

5. Functional Simplification Through Holistic Design: The COVL Case in Slovenia
Gregor Strojin

6. The Piecemeal Development of an e-Justice Platform: The CITIUS Case in Portugal
Paula Fernando, Conceição Gomes, Diana Fernandes

7. Pushing at the Edge of Maximum Manageable Complexity: The Case of ‘Trial Online’ in Italy
Davide Carnevali, Andrea Resca

8. The Making of Pan-European Infrastructure: From the Schengen Information System to the European Arrest Warrant
Marco Velicogna

9. Searching for Maximum Feasible Simplicity: The Case of e-Curia at the Court of Justice of the European Union
Francesco Contini

Part III. Complexity and the Circulation of Agency in Transborder Civil Proceedings

10. Legal Interoperability in Europe: An Assessment of the European Payment Order and the European Small Claims Procedure
Marco Mellone

11. Testing Transborder Civil Procedures in Practice: Findings from Simulation Experiments with the European Payment Order and the European Small Claims Procedure
Gar Yein Ng

12. Building Semantic Interoperability for European Civil Proceedings Online
Marta Poblet, Josep Suquet, Antoni Roig, Jorge González-Conejero

13. Coming to Terms with Complexity Overload in Transborder e-Justice: The e-CODEX Platform
Marco Velicogna

14. Let Agency Circulate: Architectures and Strategies for Pan-European e-Justice
Francesco Contini

Keywords: Social Sciences, Political Science, general, European Law, Computer Appl. in Social and Behavioral Sciences, Civil Procedure Law, Computer Systems Organization and Communication Networks, Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet)

Publication year
Law, Governance and Technology Series
Page amount
21 pages

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