Earlier this year, Oxford University Press published Professor Eleonora Rosati’s latest book, an article-by-article commentary to the provisions of the Digital Single Market Directive 2019/790.
Eleonora’s commentary has now been reviewed by Sir Richard Arnold, Lord Justice of Appeal of England and Wales, who has stated:”This is Rosati’s third book on EU copyright law in only eight years. During that time, she has established herself as one of the leading experts on EU copyright law. Her standing is illustrated by the fact that, for the second time, Advocate General Szpunar has contributed a complimentary Foreword. As those familiar with her writings would expect, her commentaries are authoritative and insightful, grounded in her mastery of the existing acquis as well as the history and text of the legislation and academic commentary. The strengths of her exposition are illustrated by the commentary to Article 17, probably the most controversial and difficult to interpret Article in the whole Directive, which is a tour de force running to 59 pages.”
Sir Richard Arnold’s full text review of Eleonora’s book is available here.