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2007’s Yearbook of Private International Law

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Yearbook of private international lawThe Yearbook of Private International Law for 2007 will soon be out. Its main focus is on the Rome II Regulation, with the following articles:

Gerhard Hohloch:
Place of Injury, Habitual Residence, Closer Connections and Substantive Scope – the Basic Principles

Th.M. De Boer:
Party Autonomy and its Limitations in the Rome II Regulation

Peter Huber / Martin Illmer:
International Product Liability. A Commentary on Article 5 of the Rome II Regulation

Michael Hellner:
Unfair Competition and Acts Restricting Free Competition. A Commentary on Article 6 of the Rome II Regulation

Thomas Kadner Graziano:
The Law Applicable to Cross-Border Damage to the Environment. A Commentary on Article 7 of the Rome II Regulation

Nerina Boschiero:
Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights. A Commentary on Article 8 of the Rome II Regulation

Guillermo Palao Moreno:
The Law Applicable to a Non-Contractual Obligation with Respect to an Industrial Action. A Commentary on Article 9 of the Rome II Regulation

Bart Volders:
Culpa in Contrahendo in the Conflict of Laws. A Commentary on Article 12 of the Rome II Regulation

Georgina Garriga:
Relationship between Rome II and Other International Instruments. A Commentary on Article 28 of the Rome II Regulation

Symeon C. Symeonides:
Rome II: A Centrist Critique

Yuko Nishitani:
The Rome II Regulation from a Japanese Point of View

Cecilia Fresnedo de Aguirre / Diego P. Fernandez Arroyo:
A Quick Latin American Look at the Rome II Regulation

Reid Mortensen:
A Common Law Cocoon: Australia and the Rome II Regulation

The Yearbook also includes national reports and case notes. The full table of contents can be found here.

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