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245 00 Yearbook of private international law.|nVol. 13, 2011 /
       |cfounding editors: Petar Šarčević, Paul Volken ; editors:
       Andrea Bonomi, Gian Paolo Romano. 
260    Munich :|bSellier European Law Publishers,|c©2012. 
300    1 online resource (ix, [5], 701 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
500    "Published in association with Swiss Institute of 
       Comparative Law, Lausanne, Switzerland." 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tFrontmatter --|tTABLE OF CONTENTS --|tFOREWORD --
       |tABBREVIATIONS --|tDOCTRINE --|tMULTIPLE NATIONALITIES 
       AND EU PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW /|rBARIATTI, Stefania --
       |tPARALLEL LITIGATION: IS CONVERGENCE POSSIBLE? /|rBERMANN,
       George A. --|tPRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW TOPICS BEFORE THE 
       EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS /|rKINSCH, Patrick --|tTHE 
       POWERS OF THE ENGLISH COURT TO SUPPORT AN ARBITRATION IN 
       "FOREIGN SEAT" AND "NO SEAT" CASES /|rHILL, Jonathan --
       |tBORDER SKIRMISHES BETWEEN COURTS AND ARBITRAL TRIBUNALS 
       IN THE EU: FINALITY IN CONFLICTS OF COMPETENCE /|rROODT, 
       Christa --|tCONFLICT OF LAWS IN EMISSIONS TRADING /
       |rTAKAHASHI, Koji --|tTHE CISG BEFORE THE COURTS OF NON-
       CONTRACTING STATES? TAKE FOREIGN SALES LAW AS YOU FIND IT 
       /|rKADNER GRAZIANO, Thomas --|tEUROPEAN FAMILY PRIVATE 
       INTERNATIONAL LAW --|tTHE PROPOSAL FOR A COUNCIL 
       REGULATION ON THE PROPERTY CONSEQUENCES OF REGISTERED 
       PARTNERSHIPS /|rGONZÁLES BEILFUSS, Cristina --|tTHE EU 
       PROPOSAL ON MATRIMONIAL PROPERTY REGIMES /|rVIARENGO, 
       Ilaria --|tTHE INTERACTION AMONG THE FUTURE EU INSTRUMENTS
       ON MATRIMONIAL PROPERTY, REGISTERED PARTNERSHIPS AND 
       SUCCESSIONS /|rBONOMI, Andrea --|tTHE COORDINATION OF THE 
       EU REGULATIONS ON DIVORCE AND LEGAL SEPARATION WITH THE 
       PROPOSAL ON MATRIMONIAL PROPERTY REGIMES /|rCAMPUZANO DÍAZ
       , Beatriz --|tMATRIMONIAL MATTERS AND THE HARMONIZATION OF
       CONFLICT OF LAWS: A WAY TO REDUCE THE ROLE OF PUBLIC 
       POLICY AS A GROUND FOR NON-RECOGNITION OF JUDGMENTS /
       |rMARINAI, Simone --|tAPPLICATION OF FOREIGN LAW --
       |tHARMONIZATION OF PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW IN EUROPE AND
       APPLICATION OF FOREIGN LAW: THE "MADRID PRINCIPLES" OF 
       2010 /|rESPLUGUES MOTA, Carlos --|tA PROPOSED MODEL TO 
       FACILITATE ACCESS TO FOREIGN LAW /|rLALANI, Shaheeza --
       |tNEWS FROM BRUSSELS --|tTHE EU OPTIONAL INSTRUMENT: 
       ABSORBING THE PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW IMPLICATIONS OF A 
       COMMON EUROPEAN SALES LAW /|rKENNY, Mel / GILLIES, Lorna /
       DEVENNEY, James --|tNEWS FROM ROME --|tUNIDROIT'S RECENT 
       WORK: AN APPRAISAL /|rZANOBETTI, Alessandra --|tNATIONAL 
       REPORTS --|tNEW PROVISIONS ON INTERNATIONAL JURISDICTION 
       OF JAPANESE COURTS /|rOKUDA, Yasuhiro --|tINTRODUCTION TO 
       THE NEW POLISH ACT ON PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW OF 4 
       FEBRUARY 2011 /|rPAJOR, Tomasz --|tCODIFICATION AND 
       CONSOLIDATION OF DUTCH PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW: THE BOOK
       10 CIVIL CODE OF THE NETHERLANDS /|rTEN WOLDE, Mathijs H. 
       --|tAN OVERVIEW OF THE PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW OF IRAN: 
       THEORY AND PRACTICE (Part Two) /|rEBRAHIMI, Seyed N. --
       |tAPPLICATION OF THE EU PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW 
       INSTRUMENTS IN BULGARIA /|rNATOV, Nikolay / MUSSEVA, 
       Boriana / TSENOVA, Teodora / SARBINOVA, Dafina / YANAKIEV,
       Zahari / PANDOV, Vasil --|tTRUSTS AND THE PRINCIPALITY OF 
       MONACO /|rEASUN, William / GAZO, Géraldine --|tCOURT 
       DECISIONS --|tDEFAMATION ON THE INTERNET, FORUM DELICTI 
       AND THE E-COMMERCE DIRECTIVE: SOME COMMENTS ON THE ECJ 
       JUDGMENT IN THE eDATE CASE /|rBOGDAN, Michael --|tThe ECJ 
       eDATE DECISION: A CASE COMMENT /|rREYMOND, Michel --
       |tEXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION UNDER ART. 22(2) OF THE BRUSSELS 
       I REGULATION: THE ECJ DECISION BERLINER VERKEHRSBETRIEBE v
       JPMORGAN CHASE BANK (C-144/10) /|rLEHMANN, Matthias --
       |tMEDICAL MALPRACTICE AND CONFLICT OF LAWS: TWO RECENT 
       JUDGMENTS BY THE GERMAN FEDERAL COURT OF JUSTICE /|rVON 
       HEIN, Jan --|tTHE RISKS OF APPARENT BIAS WHEN AN 
       ARBITRATOR ACTS AS A MEDIATOR /|rFAN, Kun --|tFORUM --
       |tTHE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EU LAW AND PRIVATE 
       INTERNATIONAL LAW REVISITED: OF DIAGONAL CONFLICTS AND THE
       MEANS TO RESOLVE THEM /|rHEYMANN, Jeremy --|tCROSS-BORDER 
       CREDIT PROTECTION AGAINST FRAUDULENT TRANSFERS OF ASSETS /
       |rPRETELLI, Ilaria --|tTEXTS, MATERIALS AND RECENT 
       DEVELOPMENTS --|tTHE NEW POLISH ACT ON PRIVATE 
       INTERNATIONAL LAW OF 4 FEBRUARY 2011 --|tDUTCH CIVIL CODE 
       BOOK 10 -- ON THE CONFLICT OF LAWS (19 MAY 2011) --|tINDEX
520    The current volume of the "Yearbook of Private 
       International Law" includes three special sections: The 
       first one is devoted to the recent European developments 
       in the area of family law like the proposal on the 
       matrimonial property régimes in its relation with other EU
       instruments, such as Brussels IIbis or Rome III. Another 
       special section deals with the very hotly debated question
       of the treatment of and access to foreign law. The third 
       one presents some recent reforms of national Private 
       International Law systems. National reports and court 
       decisions complete the book. Recent highlights include:- 
       multiple nationalities in EU Private International Law- 
       the European Court of Human Rights and Private 
       International Law- parallel litigation in Europe and the 
       US- arbitration and the powers of English courts- conflict
       of laws in emission trading- res judicata effects of 
       arbitral awards. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 International law. 
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700 1  Bonomi, Andrea,|d1964- 
700 1  Romano, Gian Paolo. 
700 1  Sarcevic, Petar. 
700 1  Volken, Paul. 
710 2  Institut suisse de droit comparé. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tYearbook of private international law. 
       Vol. 13, 2011.|dMunich : Sellier European Law Publishers, 
       ©2012|z9783866532274|w(OCoLC)809832509 
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