European Private International Law at 50

Each year, the Jura Falconis conference is held to discuss prior developments, draw lessons from the past and offer perspectives for the future of European private international law. The 50th anniversary of the Brussels Convention (1968) presented itself as the perfect discussion point for the 2018 conference.
Editor(s):
Geert Van Calster, Jura Falconis
Series:
Jura Falconis
Volume:
21
book | published | 1st edition
November 2018 | x + 142 pp.

Paperback
€48.-


ISBN 9781780687759

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In fifty years, European private international law has undergone significant changes. Increased globalization and the emergence of e-commerce has led to a greater need for and more widespread reliance on private international law. As a result, most legal practitioners can no longer avoid it in their day-to-day practices.

Each year, the Jura Falconis conference is held to discuss prior developments, draw lessons from the past and offer perspectives for the future of European private international law. The 50th anniversary of the Brussels Convention (1968) presented itself as the perfect discussion point for the 2018 conference.

European Private International Law at 50 is the written result of the 2018 conference. It brings together legal experts and provides the reader with a thorough examination of the most important aspects of the field, considering possible future developments and the impact of Brexit

Chapters

Table of contents and preliminary pages (p. 0)

Les Grands Courants of 50 Years of European Private International Law (p. 1)

Regulatory Competition in Civil Procedure Between EU Member States (p. 13)

The Application of the Brussels Ibis Regulation in the EU Member States (p. 33)

Brussels Calling. The Extra-EU Effect of European Private International Law (p. 45)

The (Not So Symbiotic?) Relation Between the Insolvency and the Brussels I Regimes (p. 57)

Brussels I Recast and the Hague Judgments Project (p. 67)

Cross-Border Provisional Measures: Stepping Backwards in the Brussels I Recast (p. 83)

Brussels Falling: The Relationship Between the UK and EU Post Brexit (p. 109)

European Private International Law and the National Judge. Some General Reflections by a Belgian Judge (p. 123)

About the series:

Jura Falconis

Jura Falconis is het juridisch wetenschappelijk studententijdschrift van de rechtsfaculteit van de KU Leuven. In 1964 hebben enkele rechtsstudenten het lumineuze en ambitieuze plan opgevat aan de Leuvense rechtsfaculteit een eigen juridisch tijdschrift, geënt op de beroemde Amerikaanse law reviews, op te starten. Ondertussen is Jura Falconis uitgegroeid tot een vaste en unieke waarde in de Belgische rechtsliteratuur (www.jurafalconis.be).

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