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Merci Gilles pour ce sourire matinal. Je me demande ce que serait la version européenne… Love in Brussels I, II, III?!
Vous avez raison Geneviève, Conflictoflaws devrait sans doute réflechir à lancer un appel d’offre européen sur ce point crucial de l’évolution du droit judiciaire européen : crossborder litigation need not be war !
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