We are glad to announce that registration for the first (Virtual) Seminar of the European Association of Private International Law (EAPIL) is now open. If you wish to join, just fill out this form. The Seminar will take place on 11 Dezember 2020 from 11 am to 1 pm (MET). Devoted to the impact of Brexit on Private International Law it will feature speakers from the United Kingdom and the European Continent: Alexander Layton (Twenty Essex Street Chambers, London) Eva Lein (University of Lausanne) Michiel Poesen (KU Leuven) Sir Andrew Moylan (Court of Appeal of England and Wales) Pietro Franzina (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan) Anatol Dutta (Ludwig Maximilian University Munich). […]
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The Administrative Court of the City of Sofia, Bulgaria, has recently submitted a request for a preliminary ruling revolving around the recognition of a foreign birth certificate issued by another EU Member State (Case C-490/20): The case concerns a refusal of a municipality in Sofia to issue a Bulgarian birth certificate to a child of […]
On 11 December 2020, from 11 am to 1 pm (MET), the European Association of Private International Law will host the first EAPIL (Virtual) Seminar. Devoted to the impact of Brexit on Private International Law speakers from the United Kingdom and the European Continent will analyze the legal framework that will apply to cross-border cases in […]
Issue 4 of RabelsZ is now available online and in print. It contains the following articles: MAX-PLANCK-INSTITUT FÜR AUSLÄNDISCHES UND INTERNATIONALES PRIVATRECHT, Die Frühehe im Rechtsvergleich: Praxis, Sachrecht, Kollisionsrecht (Early Marriage in Comparative Law: Practice, Substantive Law, Choice of Law), pp. 705–785 Read more…
On Monday, 16 November 2020, starting at 9.15 am CET, the Young EU Private International Law Research Network of the European Association of Private International Law (EAPIL), organizes a webinar on “Overriding Mandatory Rules in the Law of the EU Member States”. In two sessions, Young PIL researchers from various EU Member States will discuss selected […]
Written by Giesela Rühl, Humboldt-University of Berlin The protection of human rights in global supply chains has been high on the agenda of national legislatures for a number of years. Most recently, also the European Union has joined the bandwagon. After Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders announced plans to prepare a European human rights […]
On Monday, October 26, 2020 at 15.00 CET, the European Center for Arbitration and Mediation and The International School of Arbitration and Mediation for Europe, the Mediterranean and the Middle East organise their Annual International Conference Med-Mid XIV on “The Burden of Proof in International Arbitration/La charge de la preuve dans l’arbitrage international”. The conference addresses four key issues of any international […]
After years of discussion the Council of the European Union and the European Parliament have finally reached agreement on the reform of the Evidence and the Service Regulation. The new rules aim to improve the cross-border taking of evidence as well as the cross-border service of documents in particular through an enhanced use of information […]
The third 2020 issue of RabelsZ has been released this week. It contains the following articles: Reinhard Zimmermann, Pflichtteil und Noterbenrecht in historisch-vergleichender Perspektive (Compulsory Portion and Forced Heirship in Historical and Comparative Perspective), pp. 465–547 Read more…
The Graduate Programm “Dynamic Integration” at the Faculty of Law of Humboldt-University Berlin offers a PhD fellowship in private (international) law. The fellowship is (generously) funded by the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft). In addition, Humboldt-University offers an outstanding research environment. For more information see here.