Monday, October 12, 2009

New Issue: Journal of Private International Law

The latest issue of the Journal of Private International Law (Vol. 5, no. 2, August 2009) is out. Contents include:
  • Mary Keyes, Jurisdiction Under the Hague Choice of Courts Convention: Its Likely Impact on Australian Practice
  • Reid Mortensen, The Hague and the Ditch: The Trans-Tasman Judicial Area and the Choice of Court Convention
  • Guangjian Tu, Finding a Proper Nexus for Constructing Specific (Special) Jurisdiction Regarding Commercial Contract and Tort Cases: A Comparative Study of the US and European Approaches
  • Oliver L. Knöfel, Judicial Assistance in the Taking of Evidence Abroad in Aid of Arbitration: A German Perspective
  • Elena Rodriguez Pineau, Conflict of Laws Comes to the Rescue of Competition Law: The New Rome II Regulation
  • Jonathan Fitchen, Choice of Law in International Claims Based on Restrictions of Competition: Article 6(3) of the Rome II Regulation
  • Ruth Lamont, Evaluating European Values: The EU's Approach to European Private International Law