A conference for a forthcoming Elgar Research Handbook on Extraterritoriality and International Law. The conference will consist of a series of workshop panels, with the public being able to watch the discussions through a live webinar. Opportunities will exist for audience Q&A. Further information and registration can be found here:
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On July 20, 2021 (14.00 – 19.00), Università degli Studi, Milan will host (in streaming) the Annual Conference of the EU-funded project Jean Monnet Module on “Multilevel, Multiparty and Multisector Cross-Border Litigation in Europe”. The topic of this year – “Incentives and Challenges to Transnational Access to Justice” – will be addressed by distinguished panelists in two Round-Tables […]
Chinese Private International Law Edited by Xiaohong Liu and Zhengyi Zhang Written with the assistance of a team of lecturers at the Shanghai University of Political Science and Law, this book is the leading reference on Chinese private international law in English. The chapters systematically cover the whole of Chinese private international law, not just […]
The United Nations Convention on International Settlement Agreements resulting from Mediation (the ‘Singapore Convention’) entered into force on 12 September 2020. However, the Convention has not been signed by the EU or its Member States. What keeps the EU or its member states from signing the Singapore Convention on Mediation? Experts will discuss pertinent aspects […]
by Mag. Paul Patreider, Institute for Italian Law, Private Law Section, University of Innsbruck, Austria In November 2020, a team of researchers at the Universities of Verona (I), Innsbruck (A) and Thessaloniki (EL), in cooperation with associations of registrars – EVS
The Rechtbank Den Haag, by judgment of 26 March 2021 – Milieudefensie et al. v. Royal Dutch Shell, ordered RDS, both directly and via the companies and legal entities it commonly includes in its consolidated annual accounts and with which it jointly forms the Shell group, to limit or cause to be limited the aggregate […]
Benedikt Windau, the editor of a fabulous German blog on civil procedural law,
The New Zealand Yearbook of International Law (Brill) is an annual, internationally refereed publication. The Editors call for both short notes and commentaries, and longer in-depth articles, for publication in Volume 18 of the Yearbook (2020), which will be published in early 2022. Notes and commentaries should be between 3,000 to 7,000 words. Articles may […]
Another treat for German-reading friends and colleagues of CoL: On the occasion of