Entries by Chukwuma Okoli

Second Issue of the Journal of Private International Law for 2023

The second issue of the Journal of Private International Law for 2023 has just been published. It contains the following articles: DJB Svantesson & SC Symeonides, “Cross-border internet defamation conflicts and what to do about them: Two proposals” Conflicts of laws in cross-border defamation cases are politically and culturally sensitive and their resolution has always been […]

Out Now: Treatment of Foreign Law in Asia

A book edited by Kazuaki Nishioka on Treatment of Foreign Law in Asia  has just been published in the Hart Studies in Private International Law -Asia. The blurb read as follows: How do Asian courts ascertain, interpret, and apply a foreign law as the law governing the merits of the case? What should judges do […]

Out Now: Private International Law and Competition Litigation in a Global Context, by Mihail Danov

  Description This important book systematically analyses the private international law issues regarding private antitrust damages claims which arise out of transnational competition law infringements. It identifies those problems that need to be considered by injured parties, defendants, judges and policy-makers when dealing with cross-border private antitrust damages claims in a global context. It considers […]