2007’s Yearbook of Private International Law

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.