In 2014, Adrian Briggs published his own comprehensive account of English Private International Law, taking stock of centuries of English case law and decades of growing European influence. Other than the author’s unique ability to present even the most complex concepts with both clarity and style, the book’s strongest selling point arguably was his conscious […]
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We are delighted to announce a lecture hosted by Matthias Weller at the University of Bonn in cooperation with ConflictofLaws.net. Professor
Less than half a year after the CJEU’s decision in Case C-646/20 Senatsverwaltung für Inneres (discussed
It is with great sadness that we have learned of the untimely passing of Oliver Remien, Professor at the University of Würzburg, Germany, on Monday, 24 April 2023. Oliver Remien, born in 1957, wrote his doctoral and habilitation theses at the Hamburg Max Planck Institute, where he worked as an assistant to Ulrich Drobnig. He […]
The following information has kindly been provided by Tess Bens, Research Fellow at the Luxembourg Max Planck Institute: In September 2022, an
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Internationale Wirtschaftsverträge edited by Patrick Ostendorf (Berlin University of Applied Sciences) but otherwise exclusively written by practitioners occupies a unique position with the German literature on international transactions. It is undeniably aimed at practitioners, featuring a great number of check lists, English sample clauses, and practical tips. Accordingly, most of the book is structured around […]
Written by Alessa Karlinski and Maren Vogel (both Free University Berlin). On February 23rd and 24th, 2023, young scholars came together at the Sigmund Freud University, Vienna, to discuss different views on private international law under the theme of “Deference to the foreign – empty phrase or guiding principle of private international law?”. Continuing the […]
Ever since the infamous