The first Commentary on the Small Claims Regulation (861/2007) in Greece has just been published. The volume sheds light on all aspects of cross border small claims litigation within the EU, approaching the topic both from a domestic and an EU-case law viewpoint. The authors are the following: Prof. Arvanitakis (Aristotle University, Thessaloniki): Introduction, Articles […]
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].
An ordinary case for the recognition of a German order appointing a legal guardian became a sheer nightmare for the applicant. It took her twelve years in total, three decisions in Germany and another six in Greece, for finally being recognized as an appointed legal guardian of her husband… The case is primarily interesting for […]
In a dispute between two Cypriot citizens and the Republic of Turkey concerning the enforcement of a European Enforcement Order issued by a Cypriot court, the Thessaloniki CoA was confronted with the question, whether the refusal of the Thessaloniki Land Registry to register a writ of control against property of the Turkish State located in […]
Dr Haris P. Meidanis – FCIArb, Meidanis, Seremetakis & Associates Law Firm, Athens, Greece A recent judgment of the Mytilene Court of First Instance raised a very topical issue, related to the acceptance of international jurisdiction by Greek Courts in the case of hotel contracts, nothwistanding the prorogation clause in favour of the court of […]
A Legislative initiative procedure which started nearly a year ago, is coming now to the next level: The European Commission has recently stated its position on the European Parliament non-legislative resolution with recommendations to the Commission on expedited settlement of commercial disputes. The response is featured in a document titled ‘Follow-up to the European Parliament […]
The two volumes of the Luxembourg Reports on European Procedural Law were published early this month. They are the fruits of an evaluation study of national procedural laws and practices in terms of their impact on the free circulation of judgments and on the equivalence and effectiveness of the procedural protection of consumers under EU […]
Marta Requejo has published recently an article on the Procedural Harmonization and Private Enforcement in the Area of Personal Data Protection. The article is featured in the latest edition of the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law Research Paper Series, and may be retrieved here. Read more…
Dr. Marlene Brosch (Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law) recently published a book on Choice of Law Agreements and Jurisdictional Agreements in EU International Family Law and Succession Law. Here is a brief overview provided by the author: Choice of Law Agreements and […]
I. Introduction It was the 3rd of March 1989, when an announcement was published in the Official Gazette of the Hellenic Republic, stating that the Brussels Convention would finally enter into force on April 1, 1989. Why finally? Because it took the state nearly a decade after the accession to the EC [1.1.1981] to activate […]
Prof. Uzelac has published recently an article on the current challenges to investor-state arbitration in Europe. The article comes almost as a birthday present, to celebrate one year after the CJEU published its famous Achmea ruling. The summary of the article reads as follows: Read more…