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On completion of the “commercial exploitation time slot” (i.e. several months after the conference for the printed volume) and in consultation with Weblaw AG, an open access policy will be pursued, decided by the main editor Prof. Dr. Dr. Erich Schweighofer. A non-exclusive license is needed for the commercial exploitation.

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