New Book on the Boundaries of European Private International Law

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The new book Boundaries of European Private International Law, edited by Jean-Sylvestre Bergé (Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3), Stéphanie Francq (Université catholique de Louvain) and Miguel Gardeñes Santiago (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), is the result of two European workshops (funded by the Jean Monnet Programme) that brought together renowned specialists and young researchers. This collective work tackles issues relating to the boundaries of EUPIL from diverse perspectives and offers a great variety of contributions in English, French and Spanish.

Table of contents

INTRODUCTION – Open Questions concerning the Boundaries of European Private International Law, Jean-Sylvestre Bergé

FIRST PART – EUROPEAN INTERNATIONAL PRIVATE LAW AND NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LAW

Introduction to the first part, Miguel Gardeñes Santiago

TITLE 1 – INTRODUCTORY CONTRIBUTIONS

Chapter 1 – The EU Regulation on Succession Matters and the Territorial Conflict of Laws within the European Boundaries, Albert Fonti Segura

Chapter 2 –Enforcement of Foreign Mediation Agreements within the European Union, Guilermo Palao Moreno

Chapter 3 – Tribunal Unificado de Patentes: Competencia Judicial y Reconocimiento de Resoluciones, Pedro Alberto De Miguel Asensio

TITLE 2 – YOUNG RESEARCHERS CONTRIBUTIONS

With the contributions of:

Eduardo Álvarez Armas, Céline Camara, Maria Asunción Cebrián Salvat, Clara Isabel Cordero Álvarez, Michaël Da Lozzo, Libor Havelka, Jayne Holliday, Nicolas Kyriakides, Nicolo Nisi, Cécile Pellegrini, Maria Teresa Solis Santos, Josep Suquet Capdevila, Verona Tió.

SECOND PART – EUROPEAN PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW AND EUROPEAN LAW

Introduction to the second part, Stéphanie Francq

TITLE 1 – INTRODUCTORY CONTRIBUTIONS

Chapter 1 – The Instrumentalisation of Private international Law: Quo Vadis? , Veerle Van Den Eeckout

Chapter 2 – L’adaptation du droit international privé européen aux exigencies du marché intérieur, Marion Ho-Dac

TITLE 2 – YOUNG RESEARCHERS CONTRIBUTIONS

With the contributions of:

Lydia Beil, Farouk Bellil , Blandine De Clavière, Eléonore De Duve, Alexandre Defossez, María Aránzazu Gandía Sellens, Jacqueline Gray, Ulgjesa Grusic, , Marion Ho-Dac, Laura Liubertaite, Céline Moille, , Guillermo Palao Moreno, Amélie Panet, Bianca Pascale, Pablo Quinzá Redondo, Katharina Raffelsieper, Maria Teresa Solis Santos, Ioannis Somarakis, Josep Suquet Capdevila, Verona Tió, Fieke Van Overbeeke, Huang Zhang.

The full table of contents is available here.

Boundaries of European Private International law, Bruylant, 2015 – 698 pages.

ISBN 9782802746973. Publication date: 1 April 2015.

Many thanks to Céline Camara for the hint.

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