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Rome I Regulation – A Dangerous Proposal?

Stuart Dutson (Linklaters) has written an article in the Journal of Business Law (J.B.L.): A dangerous proposal – the European Commission's attempt to amend the law applicable to contractual obligations. Here is the abstract:

This article analyses the Proposal for a European Parliament and Council Regulation on the law applicable to contractual obligations (Rome I). Explores the proposed changes to the Convention on the Law Applicable to Contractual Obligations 1980, the Rome Convention. The article welcomes some of the proposals, including the ability for parties to choose non-State bodies of law, but argues that two are dangerous, focusing on the provisions on applicable law in the absence of choice and the application of foreign mandatory rules.

Journal of Business Law J.B.L. (2006) September Pages 608-618.

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  • Luca Di Nunzio June 26, 2007, 4:32 pm

    I’m writing my thesis. This article is really interesting on my work.
    Thanks