https://conflictoflaws.net/News/2020/08/CoL_Banner-1.png 0 0 Martin George https://conflictoflaws.net/News/2020/08/CoL_Banner-1.png Martin George2010-07-19 08:18:392010-07-25 17:31:07Rome II and Defamation: Online Symposium
Rome II and Defamation: Online Symposium
The focus of this online symposium, following the publication of the comparative study on the state of the laws of the Member States regarding the law applicable to non-contractual obligations arising out of violations to privacy and rights relating to personality, will be on whether the Rome II Regulation should be amended so as to cover the law applicable to such obligations. In other words, this symposium will ask whether, and to what extent, Rome II should cover choice of law in defamation.
This page will link to all of the contributions to the symposium over the next couple of weeks (newest posts at the top of the list, so start from the bottom).
Perreau-Saussine on Rome II and Defamation
Magallón on Country of Origin Versus Country of Destination and the Need for Minimum Substantive Harmonisation
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