Friday, December 9, 2016

Franzina: The External Dimension of EU Private International Law After Opinion 1/13

Pietro Franzina (Univ. of Ferrara - Law) has published The External Dimension of EU Private International Law After Opinion 1/13 (Intersentia 2017). Contents include:
  • Marise Cremona, Opinions 1/13 and 2/13 and EU External Relations Law
  • Serena Forlati, Between Mutual Trust and Respect for Fundamental Rights – Judicial Cooperation in Civil Matters and the European Convention on Human Rights After Opinion 2/13
  • Paul Beaumont, A Critical Analysis of the Judicial Activism of the Court of Justice of the European Union in Opinion 1/13
  • Giorgio Gaja, The Implications of the European Union’s Exclusive Competence with Regard to the Child Abduction Convention
  • Karen Vandekerckhove, Consequences of Opinion 1/13 on the Acceptance in the EU of Accessions to the Hague Child Abduction Convention
  • Chiara E. Tuo, International Agreements on Private International Law Matters Not Covered by EU Legislation – Which Test Should Be Adopted to Assess the Competence of the EU?
  • Alex Mills, EU External Relations and Private International Law: Multilateralism, Plurilateralism, Bilateralism, or Unilateralism?
  • Alessandra Zanobetti, EU Cooperation in Civil Matters and Multilevel Unification of Private International Law: Some Remarks
  • Chris Thomale, The Lugano Model – Cooperative Enhancement Over Enhanced Cooperation
  • Jan-Jaap Kuipers, Regulations (EC) Nos 662/2009 and 664/2009: Can Exclusivity Be Successfully Reconciled with Flexibility?
  • Pietro Franzina, The Interplay of EU Legislation and International Developments in Private International Law
  • Fabrizio Marongiu Buonaiuti, Jurisdiction Under the EU Succession Regulation and Relationships with Third Countries