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This book is a tribute to Professor Joseph M. Lookofsky, honoring his work as an internationally respected scholar within the areas of private law, comparative law and private international law.
It contains contributions from a wide range of respected scholars and colleagues from around the globe on topics like the United Nations Convention on the International Sale of Goods (the CISG), Arbitration and Private International Law.
Joseph M. Lookofsky was born in in 1945 in New York, USA, where he studied economics (B.A. Economics, Lehigh University, 1967) and law (J.D., New York University School of Law, 1971). He became a member of the New York State Bar and started his professional career as an attorney for the United Artists Corporation, specializing in contract law and copyright law. In 1973 he married a Danish woman, Vibeke, and moved to Denmark. He then took a Danish law degree (cand.jur.) at the University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Law (1981) where he was later affiliated as a junior researcher.
Joseph M. Lookofsky is a National Correspondent for The United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) on the United Nations Convention on the International Sale of Goods (CISG) and The United Nations Model Law on Arbitration (MAL). He is the General Secretary for the Danish Committee on Comparative Law, Titular Member of the International Academy of Comparative Law (Académie Internationale de Droit Comparé) and has been a visiting professor or lecturer at, among others, Duke University, New York University School of Law, the University of Bologna, Albert- Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg and the Cornell-Paris I (Sorbonne).
Published with support from Dreyers Foundation
Chapter 1. Commercial Morality in the CISG – How Do we Spin Good Faith? - by Camilla Baasch Andersen & Bruno Zeller
Chapter 2. Scholarly Cultures in the U.S. and in Scandinavia – Some Observations - by Mads Bryde Andersen & Johnny Herre
Chapter 3. Forskelle og ligheder mellem erstatning og forholdsmæssigt afslag i anledning af mangler ved fast ejendom - by Hans Henrik Edlund
Chapter 4. CISG and the Law Applicable in International Commercial Arbitration: Remarks Focusing on Three Common Hypotheticals - by Franco Ferrari
Chapter 5. Opting In to the CISG: Avoiding the Redline Products Problems - by Harry M. Flechtner & Ronald A. Brand
Chapter 6. The CISG and Agreements or Binding Practice to Arbitrate - by Morten M. Fogt
Chapter 7. The CISG rules and principles as a yardstick when determining the validity of contractual agreements limiting remedies for breach of contract: are we stretching arguments too far? - by René Franz Henschel
Chapter 8. Proof of Jurisdiction under the Brussels I Regulation - by Ketilbjørn Hertz
Chapter 9. Entreprenörers och säljares ansvar för s.k. utvecklingsfel - by Torgny Håstad
Chapter 10. Erstatningens omfang ifølge CISG - by Torsten Iversen
Chapter 11. International Insolvencies and the Classical Struggle Between the Principles of Universality and Territoriality – A Norwegian Perspective - by Berte-Elen Konow
Chapter 12. CISG and Set-off - by Ulrich Magnus
Chapter 13. Law(s) Applicable to Arbitration Agreements: Trends and Outlook from the Viewpoint of English Law - by Loukas Mistelis
Chapter 14. The Rules of Notification in Inter-Nordic Sales - by Thomas Neumann
Chapter 15. Brussels I and Arbitration - by Peter Arnt Nielsen
Chapter 16. A Time-Limit Running Wild? Article 39(2) CISG and Domestic Limitation Periods - by Ulrich G. Schroeter
Chapter 17. International Jurisdiction in Product Liability Suits - by Kasper Steensgaard
Chapter 18. The Exceptions in CISG Article 2 (e) for ‘Ships’ and ‘Vessels’ – Particularly on Sales of Offshore Units and Construction of Ships and Offshore Units - by Amund Bjørager Tørum
List of contributors
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Camilla Baasch Andersen is Professor and Director of Higher Degrees (Research) at the Law School, The University of Western Australia. Her extensive authorship includes articles and books on the CISG and Comparative Law. She was founding co-editor of The Journal of Comparative Law, and she serves as assistant editor of the award-winning CISG Database at the Institute of International Commercial Law at Pace University School of Law, where she is also a Fellow. She has worked with the CISG Advisory Council, and has acted as National Reporter for the UK for the International Academy of Comparative Law and an appointed Trade Law Expert for UNCITRAL.
Mads Bryde Andersen is Professor of Law at the University of Copenhagen, Center for Commercial law. His authorship includes articles and books on contract law, the law of obligations, pension law, IT law, intellectual property law and the law of advocacy. He has been actively involved in international harmonization projects in various roles. Since 1994 he has been part of the Danish UNCITRAL delegation and in 1997-1998 he chaired its Committee on Electronic Commerce. He is a frequently used arbitrator in domestic Danish and international arbitrations.
Ronald A. Brand is Academic Director, University of Pittsburgh's Center for International Legal Education (CILE) and Chancellor Mark A. Nordenberg University Professor and Distinguished Faculty Scholar. Professor Brand's scholarship includes a number of books and many articles in major journals and he has been a Fulbright Scholar at the Universiteit Brussel, a Research Scholar at the Institute for Advanced Studies at the University of Bologna, and a visiting professor at the University of Augsburg. Professor Brand represented the United States at Special Commissions and the Diplomatic Conference of the Hague Conference on Private International Law that produced the 2005 Convention on Choice of Court Agreements.
Hans Henrik Edlund is Professor at the Department of Law, Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University. His area of research is Commercial law, especially as regards real property, long-term contracts and pre-contractual liability. He is editor of the Danish Journal of Construction and Housing Law (Tidsskrift for Bygge- og Boligret).
Franco Ferrari is Professor of Law at NYU School of Law and Chaired Professor of International Law at Verona University in Italy (on leave). Previously, he was a Chaired Professor of Comparative law at Tilburg University in the Netherlands and the University of Bologna in Italy. After serving as a member of the Italian delegation to various sessions of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) from 1995 to 2000, he was legal officer at the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs, International Trade Law Branch, from 2000 to 2002. Ferrari has published more than 280 law review articles in various languages and 17 books in the areas of international commercial law, conflict of laws, comparative law, and international commercial arbitration. Ferrari is a member of the editorial boards of various peer-reviewed European law journals (Internationales Handelsrecht, European Review of Private Law, Contratto e impresa, Contratto e impresa/ Europa, and Revue de droit des affaires internationales).
Harry Flechtner is Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He is a six-time winner of the University’s Excellencein- Teaching Award and a recipient of the University Chancellor’s Teaching Award. His publications on international commercial law include the 4th edition (2009) of John Honnold’s Uniform Law for International Sales under the 1980 United Nations Convention, which Professor Flechtner edited and updated. He serves as a National Correspondent for the United States at the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), and he has been cited by the Solicitor General of the United States as “one of the leading academic authorities on the [United Nations Sales] Convention.” He is a graduate of Harvard College; he received his J.D. from Harvard Law School and an M.A. in literature from Harvard University.
Morten M. Fogt is Professor in Civil and International Law at Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Science, Department of Law and has previously worked at the Universities in Kiel, Saarbrücken, Vilnius, Riga and Tartu. He has also previonsly worked as a practising lawyer and is qualified as attorney-at-law in Denmark and Germany. He is Visiting Professor at the Universities in Kiel, Tarty, Louvain-la-Neuve, temporary member of St. John’s College, Oxford, and affiliated to the University of Oxford. His area of research is comparative private law and in particular the CISG and Private International Law, where he has published extensively in English, German, French and Danish.
René Franz Henschel is Professor (mso) at the Department of Law, Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University, Denmark. His areas of research are Contract Law, Contract Management and Proactive Law, and he is the author of a new Danish Commentary on the CISG (with Bernhard Gomard). He is editorial board member at the Nordic Journal of Commercial Law and on IACCM’s Contracting Excellence and Journal of Strategic Contracting and Negotiation. He is senior honorary editor on the UNILEX Database on the CISG and the UNIDROIT Principles of international commercial contracts.
Johnny Herre is a Judge of the Supreme Court of Sweden. Previously, he was a chaired Professor of Commercial Law at the Stockholm School of Economics. In 1996 he defended his doctoral thesis (jur.dr) on Monetary Remedies in Sale of Goods Contracts with special regard to the Calculation of Damages. His other publications include Swedish commentaries on the Swedish Sale of Goods Act (2nd edition 2013), the Swedish Consumer Sales Act (4th edition 2014) and the CISG (3rd edition 2009). He participated in various capacities in the Study Group on a European Civil Code.
Ketilbjørn Hertz is Legal Advisor with the Danish Ministry of Justice, and in that capacity he has participated in the preparation of a number of legislative reforms, including a new Danish Arbitration Act (2005) and the introduction of class actions in Denmark (2007). His PhD was on the Jurisdiction in Contract and Tort under the Brussels Convention. His authorship includes books and articles on Private International Law, Procedural Law and Arbitration, and he has also taught those topics at the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen.
Torgny Håstad has been Professor of Civil Law at Uppsala University, Sweden, 1976-1998, and justice of the Swedish Supreme Court 1998-2010. From 2011 he is employed as Senior Professor at Uppsala University. He has written primarily in contract and insolvency law and edited e.g. Tjänster utanuppdrag (negotiorum gestio), diss. 1973, Sakrätt avseende lös egendom (property and insolvency law), 6th ed. 1996, and Köprätt och annan kontraktsrätt (sales and other contract law), 5th ed. 2009. He was a member of the Study group for DCFR and the Expert group preparing CESL. He works regularly with arbitration and legislation assignments.
Torsten Iversen is Professor in Contract Law at Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Science, Department of Law. He previously worked as an attorney-at-law. He holds the degrees of candidatus juris (1988), Ph.D. (1995) and LL.D. (2000) from Aarhus University, and LL.M. from Johann Wolfgang Goethe University of Frankfurt a.M., Germany (1991). From 2002-2006 he was head of department at Aarhus University. From 2006- 2009, he was a member of The Appeal Permissions Board, and from 2003- 2014 he was head of the Financial (Business) Council. His main area of teaching and research is contract law in general and construction law in particular. He frequently serves as an arbitrator, both in domestic and in international disputes, and his teaching and research activities comprise this field of law as well.
Berit-Elen Konow is Professor of private law at the University of Bergen where she serves as a Vice Dean for Research. Her authorship includes numerous books and articles on various areas of private law, including sales, contract law and secured transactions. Among other positions of trust she participated in the Study Group on a European Civil Code (Working Group on Lease of Goods). She has also been active in the working group that prepares a Nordic Restatement of Contract Law.
Ulrich Magnus is Professor emeritus for Civil Law, Private International Law and Comparative Law at the University of Hamburg where he was Director of the Department for Private International and Procedural Law. From 1994-2009 he also served as a Judge at the Hamburg Court of Appeal. Besides he was for many years Director of the Max Planck Research School for Maritime Affairs in Hamburg as well as Executive Vice-Director of the European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law in Vienna. He is Germany’s National Correspondent at UNCITRAL and a member of the European Group on Tort Law, the Acquis Group, the German Council for Private International Law and the International Academy for Comparative Law. Magnus has published widely on private international and comparative law, in particular on the CISG, and served as expert witness for international organisations, German and foreign ministries and courts.
Loukas Mistelis is the Clive Schmitthoff Professor of Transnational Law and Arbitration and the Director of the School of International Arbitration at Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London. He is an acknowledged authority in international arbitration, international commercial law, the CISG and foreign direct investment. He was educated in Greece, France, Germany and Japan. He has published 13 books and more than 65 refereed articles and is on the editorial board of various leading journals as well as the general editor of World Arbitration Reporter and Oxford International Arbitration Series.
Peter Arnt Nielsen is Professor at the Copenhagen Business School. He carries out research and teaches International Commercial Law and Business Law. He is also Professor at the College of Europe, Bruges in EU Private International Law and External Lecturer at the University of Copenhagen in European and International Commercial Law. Peter Arnt Nielsen is and has been a member of several national and international legislative committees and working groups, for instance in the European Union, and he is a member of a number of international research groups, including Groupe européen de droit international privé and the International Academy of Comparative Law. Furthermore, he is an arbitrator in national and international cases. Peter Arnt Nielsen also provides continuing education for advocates, judges and inhouse lawyers.
Thomas Neumann is Associate Professor at the Department of Law, Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University. His main fields of interest are international commercial law, especially the CISG. His PhD was entitled The Duty to Cooperate in International Sales, and he has written several journal articles and book contributions on the CISG. He is the founder and Editor-in- Chief of the CISG Nordic and has been Visiting Fellow at the Victoria University, Australia.
Ulrich G. Schroeter is Professor (Chair for Private Law, International Corporate and Financial Markets Law, and European Business Law), and Director of the Institute for Corporate Law (IURUM) at the University of Mannheim, Germany. His main areas of research are Financial Markets Law and Regulation, Commercial Law, Company Law, International Trade Law (in particular the 1980 UN Sales Convention (CISG)), Contract Law, International Arbitration, Uniform Law and International Private Law (Conflict of Laws) and European Union Law. He has published extensively on the CISG, e.g. journal articles and in leading textbooks and commentaries on the CISG.
Kasper Steensgaard is Associate Professor at the Department of Law at Aarhus University, Denmark. His main fields of interest are the international aspects of contract law, procedural law and commercial arbitration. His PhD thesis from 2010 was on the incorporation of standard terms and conditions in contracts for the international sale of goods. Since 2011, he has co-coached the team of Aarhus University in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot. His most recent publications deal with jurisdiction under the EU Insolvency Regulation and “battle of the forms” under the CISG.
Amund Bjøranger Tørum co-heads the Dispute Resolution Department of the Norwegian law firm Schjødt. He primarily works with national and international arbitration within energy, offshore, shipping and construction. He is dr.juris (2006) on a comparative thesis on contract law, a co-author of the standard textbook on Norwegian petroleum law, and he has a number of publications in contract law and construction law. He has been Associate Professor and post doctor at the Faculty of Law (University of Bergen), where he was in charge of construction law and international contracts. He has also participated in the Study Group on a European Civil Code (Working Group on Lease of Goods).
Bruno Zeller is Professor of Transnational Commercial Law at the Law School of the University of Western Australia. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Murdoch University, Perth, a Fellow of the Australian Institute for Commercial Arbitration, Panel of Arbitrators – MLAANZ, Visiting Professor Institut fur Anwaltsrecht, Humboldt University, Berlin and a Visiting Professor Stetson Law School, Florida. His areas of expertise are International Trade Law, International Arbitration, Conflict of Laws and Maritime Law. He has published extensively on the CISG, arbitration law, harmonisation of contract law and carbon Trading.