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EU-PIL - European Union Private International Law in Contract and Tort
As of 10 January 2015 the new ‘recast’ of the Brussels I Regulation on Jurisdiction and Judgments (2012) enters into effect, and the important changes in the recast themselves necessitate the publication of this 2nd edition of EU-PIL - European Union Private International Law in Contract and Tort. Incorporated in this volume, is a number of important decisions which the Court of Justice of the European Union has had occasion to render as regards to the proper interpretation of key rule-sets.
The focus of this book is on the European Union Private International Law in Contract and Tort applied by courts and arbitral tribunals in the European Union. By including numerous concrete examples, it emphasizes the interdisciplinary nature of the subject and thus the many relevant ‘connections’ between private international law and substantive commercial law, especially as regards contractual and delictual matters (e.g.) in cases concerning contracts for the international sale of goods, crossborder claims relating to product liability, etc.
Preface to the Second Edition (2015)
Preface to the First Edition (2009)
Chapter 1. Introduction and Overview
Chapter 2. Jurisdiction
Chapter 3. The Applicable Law in Contract
Chapter 4. The Applicable Law in Tort
Chapter 5. Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments
Chapter 6. International Commercial Arbitration
Table of Authorities
Table of Abbreviations
Table of Cases
“Now in a Second Edition comprising the Brussels I Regulation Recast, as well as other key EU legislation and case law, this wonderfully compact book remains a “must” for every student interested in private international law. It brings together principles of jurisdiction, choice of law, and recognition of judgments and shows the interrelationship of the rules and their effect on cases in the European Union. For those in Europe, it offers a complete and systematic overview of material that everyone interested in transnational litigation must know. For those in the United States, it continues to provide comprehensive and accessible accounts of the European private international law system that lawyers in the United States are encountering more and more in their own cases. Rich in information and well-organized in structure, this book … is a gem.”
-Professor Linda Silberman
-Martin Lipton Professor of Law New York University School of Law
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