Fresh from the print comes the book titled Cross-Border Trade Secret Disputes in the European Union: Jurisdiction and Applicable Law authored by Lydia Lundstedt, Senior Lecturer in Private International Law at the Stockholm University and Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law at the Linköping University. The book is offering an EU perspective on one of […]
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A Friday in early December is reserved for RIDOC: Rijeka Doctoral Conference, organised by the University of Rijeka, Faculty of Law. Doctoral students in law or law-related area who wish to join colleagues from different countries to test their research hypothesis and arguments before the expert panel are welcome to apply for the 2023 edition. […]
Diccionario digital de Derecho Internacional Privado contains no less than 1522 pages in the Spanish language dedicated to analysis of crucial notions in private international law. Each notion is explained in length and accompanies with bibliographic references. This electronic publication is edited by Jorge Luis Collantes González and features contributions by many private international law […]
We can feel it in the air but also in the incoming announcements – the summer is approaching. One of the great ways to spend a part of it is at a summer school. The University of Uidne (Italy) is the host to the 16th edition of the summer school Consumer’s Rights and Market Regulation […]
MPI is sending an invitation to its virtual workshop on the topic of “Investment Arbitration – Lost in the Bermuda Triangle of EU Law, Public International Law and Private International Law?”, which will be presented by Professor Dário Moura Vicente, University of Lisbon. As a part of the series “Current Research in Private International Law”, […]
Written by Nicolás Zambrana-Tévar LLM(LSE) PhD(Navarra), Associate Professor KIMEP University (Kazakhstan), firstname.lastname@example.org There has recently been a new and disappointing
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Some of our readers will be interested to know that University of Rijeka, Faculty of Law announced this year’s