The era of globalization is characterized by the dynamic movement of people across borders and migration in various parts of the world. The juxtaposition and coexistence of different ethnic, cultural or religious groups within society poses the challenge of accommodating divergent legal, religious and customary norms. Of key concern is how far the fundamental values […]
About Apostolos Anthimos
Attorney at law, Thessaloniki Bar, Greece; Ph.D. in International Civil Litigation (2002); two masters of Laws from the University of Hanover, Germany (1994) and Thessaloniki (1997). Four monographs on Civil Procedure, and Conflict of Laws; various publications on topics related to European & International PIL, Arbitration and Dispute resolution, EU law and Civil Procedure. EJTN and ESDI (Hellenic School of Judges) Instructor; Trainer of Judges, lawyers, and MoJ staff in East & Southeastern Europe, Africa, Middle East, Central & Southeastern Asia; Panelist at the Czech Arbitration Court [.eu ADR] since 2006; editor for PIL, European & International Civil Procedure in the Thessaloniki Bar Review “Armenopoulos”, and Civil Procedure Law Review. Lecturer of Civil Procedure, ADR, and law on Succession at the European University Cyprus (Department of Greek law); Co-editor, www.conflictoflaws.net / www.eapil.org/blog; founding, Board and Steering Committee Member of the European Association of Private International Law; Member of the EU expert group on Modernization of Judicial Cooperation in Civil and Commercial Matters (2018).
Accounts at Academia.edu [https://independent.academia.edu/ApostolosAnthimos]; SSRN [http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/ 1735857]; International Civil Litigation in Greece: blog featuring reports on Greek case law [https://icl-in-greece.blogspot.gr].
Following an earlier post, here’s a reminder of the First Edition of the Milan Investment Arbitration Pre-Moot. Albert Henke prepared for this reason the following announcement: On February, 14 and 15, 2020 will take place in Milan the First Edition of the Milan Investment Arbitration Pre-Moot, an event jointly organized by the Law Firm DLA […]
Qisheng He, Professor of International Law at the Peking University Law School, and Director of the Peking University International Economical Law Institute, has published a survey on the Chinese practice in Private International Law in 2018. The full title of the article is the following: The Chronology of Practice: Chinese Practice in Private International Law […]
Saloni Khanderia & David Stewart published recently on the Hague Judgments Convention in the following reviews: Saloni Khanderia, The Hague Conference on Private International Law’s Proposed Draft Text on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments: Should South Africa Endorse it?, Journal of African Law (Vol. 63, Issue 3/2019) David Stewart, The Hague Conference Adopts a […]
The First Edition of the Milan Investment Arbitration Pre-Moot will take place in Milan on February 14-15, 2020, within the frame of the Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot Court (FIAC). For more information, click here.
In a case concerning the declaration of enforceability of a UK costs order, the Supreme Court of the Hellenic Republic decided that the ‘excessive’ nature of the sum (compared to the subject matter of the dispute) does not run contrary to public policy. This judgment signals a clear-cut shift from the previous course followed both […]
The 6th Petar Sarcevic International Scientific Conference titled “Intellectual Property Rights in the EU: Going Digital” will be held in Zagreb, Croatia, on 18 and 19 October 2019. The conference is structured in three sessions and will gather EU and national judges, practitioners and academics to discuss current topics in copyright, trademarks and designs, along […]
The Piraeus Court of Appeal refused recognition and enforcement of two English orders awarding damages for breaching a choice of court and a settlement agreement due to violation of the Greek procedural public policy. Apostolos Anthimos INTRODUCTION The ruling forms part of the famous The Alexandros T saga. It comes as the expected step forward, […]
A bit more than a year ago, I posted here & here about a Greek ruling on the non-recognition of an Egyptian notarized talaq divorce. The same court rendered mid-July a new judgment related to the same case; this time recognition was granted! It is the first decision of this nature in Greece, which will […]
Written by Benedikt Windau Benedikt Windau, Judge at the Oldenburg District Court (Landgericht Oldenburg), runs a very interesting blog (in German), focusing on German Civil Procedure. In one of his recent postings, he presented a very interesting judgment of the Frankfurt CoA, related to the Service Regulation. Upon my request, he prepared an English version […]