The Rome II Regulation

This updating supplement brings the Main Work up to date and incorporates substantive developments since publication of the book. It is an essential purchase for all who already own the Main Work, and maintains its currency.

Author: Andrew Dickinson

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 0199588465

Category: Law

Page: 180

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This updating supplement brings the Main Work The Rome II Regulation up to date and incorporates substantive developments since publication of the book in December 2008. In particular it draws attention to legislation implementing the Regulation in the United Kingdom, to recent ECJ cases concerning other EC private international law instruments, to new decisions of the English courts concerning the pre-Regulation rules of applicable law, and to recent books and journal articles providing further colour to the picture surrounding the Regulation since its adoption in January 2009. It is an essential purchase for all who already own the Main Work, and maintains its currency.

Rome II Regulation

With these short and handy books you can easily update your knowledge. The first volume deals with the new Rome II Regulation on the law applicable to non-contractual obligations, which became effective on 11.1.2009.

Author: Peter Huber

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 3866539029

Category: Law

Page: 470

View: 388

The new s.elp Pocket Commentaries are reduced to essential information on current legal developments. With these short and handy books you can easily update your knowledge. The first volume deals with the new Rome II Regulation on the law applicable to non-contractual obligations, which became effective on 11.1.2009. Comprehensive and accessible analysis of the rules of the Rome II Regulation on the private international law of non-contractual obligations Coverage of practical issues such as international product liability, liability for environmental damage or non-contractual liability for unfair competition Written by a team of internationally orientated scholars

The Rome II Regulation on the Law Applicable to Non Contractual Obligations

The book contains analysis by 15 experts of the impact of the Regulation in areas such as product liability, traffic accidents and environmental damage.

Author: John Ahern

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9047425251

Category: Law

Page: 520

View: 714

The Rome II Regulation on the Law Applicable to Non-Contractual Obligations introduces an entirely new choice-of-law regime for non-contractual obligations. The book contains analysis by 15 experts of the impact of the Regulation in areas such as product liability, traffic accidents and environmental damage.

Rome II Regulation

This new series will comment on the Brussels I Regulation and the Brussels IIbis Regulation and as soon as they are enacted on the Rome I and the Rome II Regulation.

Author: Ulrich Magnus

Publisher: Sellier European Law Pub

ISBN: 9783935808873

Category: Law

Page: 250

View: 472

This new series will comment on the Brussels I Regulation and the Brussels IIbis Regulation and as soon as they are enacted on the Rome I and the Rome II Regulation. For the first time this will be done by a team of leading experts from almost all EU member states. The close cooperation among them will initiate a new specific European style of commenting on European enactments merging the various and thus far nationwide differing methods of Interpretation of legislative acts. It goes without saying that the new commentaries will pay particular tribute to the practice of the European Court of Justice but to relevant judgments of national courts as well. Moreover, the needs of practitioners and the requirements of the practice will receive particular attention. The series is intended to be continued by further volumes on existing and future European enactments in the field of private and procedural law.

Rome Regulations

The occasion for publishing the third edition is that several landmark judgments on the conflict of laws have been recently rendered by both the CJEU and domestic courts.

Author: Gralf-Peter Calliess

Publisher: Kluwer Law International

ISBN: 9789403509112

Category:

Page: 1080

View: 723

Rome Regulations' is an article-by-article "German-style" commentary on the Rome I, II and III Regulations on European Union (EU) conflict of laws. It describes and explains black letter law as represented by the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) and the Member State courts. The law applicable to contractual and non-contractual obligations in cross-border civil and commercial matters in the EU is the remit of the so-called Rome I and II Regulations that entered into force in 2009, supplemented by the Rome III Regulation of 2012 dealing specifically with divorce and legal separation. The occasion for publishing the third edition is that several landmark judgments on the conflict of laws have been recently rendered by both the CJEU and domestic courts. Moreover, with Brexit, one of the largest European states will enter into a new form of relationship with the EU, which will specifically impact the European system of conflict of laws. The extensively revised third edition reflects the effects of these major developments.

Rome II Regulation Commentary

The Commentary takes full account of the European nature of this instrument. This is also reflected by the team of contributors that originates from all over Europe assembling first experts in their countries.

Author: Ulrich Magnus

Publisher: Verlag Dr. Otto Schmidt

ISBN: 9783504080075

Category: Conflict of laws

Page: 724

View: 597

Today car crashes, holiday accidents, damage through defective products and other tort situations, that occur in Europe, not infrequently involve a foreign element. It is then always of crucial importance which law applies. For the first time the EU has unified the private international law rules for extra-contractual relations in the Rome II Regulation. The instrument is in force in all EU Member States (with the only exception of Denmark) since 2009. Meanwhile the European Court of Justice and national courts have rendered a considerable number of decisions concerning central provisions of the Regulation. The time is therefore ripe for a truly pan-European Commentary on the Rome II Regulation which can give guidance in its interpretation. The Commentary takes full account of the European nature of this instrument. This is also reflected by the team of contributors that originates from all over Europe assembling first experts in their countries. As the other works of the European Commentaries on Private International Law series this book provides a thorough article-by-article analysis which intensely uses the case law and doctrine and suggests clear and practical solutions for disputed issues. The editors are Ulrich Magnus and Peter Mankowski who have already edited pan-European Commentaries on the Brussel I Regulation, the Brussels Ibis Regulation, the Rome I Regulation and the Brussels IIbis Regulation.

Trade Secrets and the Rome II Regulation on the Law Applicable to Non contractual Obligations

Author: Christopher Wadlow

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Intellectual property

Page: 10

View: 332


The Rome II Regulation

This updating supplement brings the main work up to date and incorporates substantive developments since publication of the book in 2008.

Author: Andrew Dickinson

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780191793004

Category: Obligations (Law)

Page:

View: 467

This updating supplement brings the main work up to date and incorporates substantive developments since publication of the book in 2008. In particular it draws attention to legislation implementing the Regulation in the United Kingdom, to recent ECJ cases concerning other EC private international law instruments, to new decisions of the English courts concerning the pre-Regulation rules of applicable law, and to recent books and journal articles providing further colour to the picture surrounding the Regulation since its adoption in January 2009.

The Rome II Regulation on the Law Applicable to Non contractual Obligations

Author: Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Law

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Conflict of laws

Page:

View: 769


Party Autonomy in Contractual and Non Contractual Obligations

This study examines the principle party autonomy as provided for in the European Rome I Regulation and the Rome II Regulation.

Author: Maya Mandery

Publisher: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften

ISBN: 9783631653210

Category: Law

Page: 310

View: 170

This study presents a comprehensive examination of party autonomy as provided for in the European Rome I Regulation and the Rome II Regulation. It follows an integrated method of analysis, whereby the principle of party autonomy as provided for in the Regulations is first compared with the pre-regulation position in Germany and England. This provides the basis for the subsequent critical reflection on the position of party autonomy in the Anglo-common law jurisdictions of Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Singapore. The study proposes that these European developments make an important contribution to the call for reform of the common law position concerning party autonomy in contractual, and more significantly, in non-contractual obligations.

The Law Applicable to Non Contractual Obligations in Europe

The Rome II Regulation provides conflict of law rules for tort and delict, unjust enrichment, negotiorum gestio and culpa in contrahendo. This text studies this regulation.

Author: Thomas Kadner Graziano

Publisher: Hart Publishing

ISBN: 9781841139517

Category: Law

Page: 180

View: 536

On 11 January 2009, Regulation (EC) No 864/2007 on the law applicable to non-contractual obligations (Rome II) became applicable in twenty six EU Member States. The Rome II Regulation provides conflict of law rules for tort and delict, unjust enrichment, negotiorum gestio and culpa in contrahendo. In particular, the Rome II Regulation sets out specific rules governing product liability, unfair competition and acts restricting free competition, environmental damage, infringement of intellectual property rights, and industrial action. This book is a comprehensive guide to the Rome II Regulation. It presents the rules designating the applicable law according to Rome II and explores the raisons d'�tres behind these rules. The book presents numerous case scenarios and explains what the applicable law should be under the Rome II Regulation. As such it is a comprehensive handbook providing the practitioner with explanations of how the regulation could and should be interpreted and applied.

The Rome II Regulation on the Law Applicable to Non Contractual Obligations

1 Regulation (EC) No. 864/2007 of the European Parliament and of the Council
of 11 July 2007 on the law applicable to non-contractual obligations (Rome II), [
2007] OJ L/199/40. 2 On the final Rome II Regulation, see the articles by Brière, ...

Author: John Ahern

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004171932

Category: Law

Page: 477

View: 232

The Rome II Regulation on the Law Applicable to Non-Contractual Obligations introduces a single choice-of-law regime for tort and other non-contractual obligations. The Regulation has huge implications for international litigation relating to traffic accidents, product liability, environmental damage and infringement of intellectual property rights, for example. This book contains analysis of the Regulation by 15 experts from Europe and North America. It examines the core concepts and assesses the likely impact of the Regulation on claims for tort and unjust enrichment. It is an indispensable guide to the Regulation for legal practitioners, academics and students.

European Commentaries on Private International Law ECPIL

Author: Ulrich Magnus

Publisher:

ISBN: 9783504080075

Category: Conflict of laws

Page: 724

View: 423


The Private International Law of Non contractual Obligations According to the Rome II Regulation

Author: Claus Wilhelm Fröhlich

Publisher:

ISBN: 9783830034421

Category: Conflict of laws

Page: 143

View: 490


Rome II Regulation and Liability of Multinationals for Human Rights Violations in Third Countries

The analysis is centered on the effect the rule has on such claims and the viability of overcoming it using the public order exception under article 26.

Author: Ana Pérez Adroher

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page:

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The analysis is centered on the effect the rule has on such claims and the viability of overcoming it using the public order exception under article 26. By examining the legislative history of Rome II Regulation, legal academic articles and opinions of legal experts, statutory law of EU Member States, domestic case-law and case-law of the European Court of Justice, this thesis argues that the public order clause is an exceptional argument. It has been rarely used in the area of non-contractual obligations and it presents different weaknesses. It proposes further research on the topic as well as an amendment of Rome II Regulation to include a specific choice-of law rule for business related human rights claims against EU companies.

The Application of Multiple Laws Under the Rome II Regulation

Author: Alex Mills

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Conflict of laws

Page:

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The Rome II Regulation on the Law Applicable to Non contractual Obligations

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Conflict of laws

Page:

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Product Liability Under the Rome II Regulation

Author: Peter Stone

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Conflict of laws

Page:

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European Private International Law

This book provides a thorough overview of core European private international law, including the Brussels I, Rome I and Rome II Regulations (jurisdiction, applicable law for contracts and tort), while additional chapters deal with the ...

Author: Geert van Calster

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1509905979

Category: Law

Page: 576

View: 401

As one of the most definitive texts on the market, European Private International Law provides an essential guide for both students and practitioners to the complex field of international litigation within the EU. The private international law of the Member States is increasingly regulated by European law, making private international law ever less 'national' and ever more EU based. Consequentially EU law in this area has penetrated national law to a very high degree, making it an essential area of study and an area of increasing importance to practising lawyers. This book provides a thorough overview of core European private international law, including the Brussels I, Rome I and Rome II Regulations (jurisdiction, applicable law for contracts and tort), while additional chapters deal with the recently adopted Succession Regulation, private international law and insolvency, freedom of establishment, and the impact of PIL on corporate social responsibility. From the reviews of the first edition 'As a result of his broad knowledge on the subject and rich professional experience, Mr van Calster provides great insight into current issues within international law. The book is practical as both a student textbook and a general introduction for legal professionals'. Vladimir Cupryszak, Association for International Arbitration 'Excellent overview of European Private International Law issues, as well as a very helpful introduction to basic concepts of conflicts of laws and jurisdictions'. Professor Stavros Brekoulakis, Queen Mary University of London 'This is a most useful book. I recommend it to my students as a great way to come to terms with the EU elements of Private International Law'. Dr David Kenny, Trinity College Dublin 'This book is essential reading for law students in Europe and abroad. It provides a coherent overview of all main elements of European private international law; concepts, legal instruments and practice'. Professor Kim Talus, UEF Law School, Finland 'Well-written, clear and understandable. Excellent value for money'. Dr Jan Oster, King's College London, UK

Magnus Mankowski European Commentaries on Private International Law

The Commentary takes full account of the European nature of this instrument. This is also reflected by the team of contributors that originates from all over Europe assembling first experts in their countries.

Author: Michael Bogdan

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: LAW

Page: 762

View: 466

Today car crashes, holiday accidents, damage through defective products and other tort situations, that occur in Europe, not infrequently involve a foreign element. It is then always of crucial importance which law applies. For the first time the EU has unified the private international law rules for extra-contractual relations in the Rome II Regulation. The instrument is in force in all EU Member States (with the only exception of Denmark) since 2009. Meanwhile the European Court of Justice and national courts have rendered a considerable number of decisions concerning central provisions of the Regulation. The time is therefore ripe for a truly pan-European Commentary on the Rome II Regulation which can give guidance in its interpretation. The Commentary takes full account of the European nature of this instrument. This is also reflected by the team of contributors that originates from all over Europe assembling first experts in their countries. As the other works of the European Commentaries on Private International Law series this book provides a thorough article-by-article analysis which intensely uses the case law and doctrine and suggests clear and practical solutions for disputed issues. The editors are Ulrich Magnus and Peter Mankowski who have already edited pan-European Commentaries on the Brussel I Regulation, the Brussels Ibis Regulation, the Rome I Regulation and the Brussels IIbis Regulation.