Wednesday, August 18, 2010

New Issue: Journal of Private International Law

The latest issue of the Journal of Private International Law (Vol. 6, no. 2, August 2010) is out. Contents include:
  • Paul Beaumont and Emma Johnston, Can Exequatur Be Abolished in Brussels I whilst Retaining a Public Policy Defence?
  • Patrizio Santomauro, Sense and Sensibility: Reviewing West Tankers and Dealing with its Implications in the Wake of the Reform of EC Regulation 44/2001
  • Irit Mevorach, Jurisdiction in Insolvency: A Study of European Courts’ Decisions
  • Mihail Danov, The Brussels I Regulation: Cross-Border Collective Redress Proceedings and Judgments
  • Stefania Bariatti, The Law Applicable to Security Interests in Intellectual Property Rights
  • Lisa Spagnolo, Green Eggs and Ham: The CISG, Path Dependence, and the Behavioural Economics of Lawyers’ Choices of Law in International Sales Contracts
  • Lutz-Christian Wolff, Hong Kong’s Conflict of Contract Laws: Quo Vadis?
  • Thalia Kruger, Civil Jurisdiction and the Issue of Legislating for the EU