Thursday, August 16, 2012

New Issue: Journal of Private International Law

The latest issue of the Journal of Private International Law (Vol. 8, no. 2, August 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Jonathan Hill, The Significance of Foreign Judgments Relating to an Arbitral Award in the Context of an Application to Enforce the Award in England
  • Beligh Elbalti, The Jurisdiction of Foreign Courts and the Enforcement of their Judgments in Tunisia: A Need for Reconsideration
  • Jan-Jaap Kuipers, Schemes of Arrangement and Voluntary Collective Redress: A Gap in the Brussels I Regulation
  • Csongor István Nagy, The Word is a Dangerous Weapon: Jurisdiction, Applicable Law and Personality Rights in EU Law - Missed and New Opportunities
  • Jenny Papettas, Direct Actions Against Insurers of Intra-community Cross-Border Traffic Accidents: Rome II and the Motor Insurance Directives
  • Jonathan Fitchen, “Recognition“, Acceptance and Enforcement of Authentic Instruments in the Succession Regulation
  • Justin Borg-Barthet, The Principled Imperative to Recognise Same-Sex Unions in the EU
  • Peter De Verneuil Smith, Ben Lasserson, & Ross Rymkiewicz, Reflections on Owusu: The Radical Decision in Ferrexpo