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Yearbook of Private International Law...

Multi-volumed work

Yearbook of Private International Law

Founded by Sarcevic, Petar

Ed. by Bonomi, Andrea / Volken, Paul / The Swiss Institute of Comparative Law

Volume XII


Founded by Sarcevic, Petar / Volken, Paul

Ed. by Bonomi, Andrea / Romano, Gian Paolo


    Aims and Scope

    The current rich volume of the "Yearbook of Private International Law" includes a special section on actual issues on conflict of laws and jurisdictions in the United States. Another special section is devoted to the revision of the Brussels I Regulation, in particular after the recent proposal by the European Commission. National reports and court decisions complete the book.

    Recent highlights include:

    • the new Chinese Statute on Private International Law
    • the Rome III Regulation on the Law Applicable to Separation and Divorce
    • the recent CJUE decisions on jurisdiction in contractual disputes, in particular in the case of e-commerce
    • the law applicable to the actio pauliana
    • national reports from Egypt, Iran, Israel and Norway

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    xiv, 680 pages
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