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Belgian Journal of Private International Law: Cautio judicatum solvi and surrogacy (among other things)

Please see the the last issue of 2018 of the Belgian Journal of Private International Law

The U.S. Arbitration-Litigation Paradox

The U.S. Supreme Court is well-known for its liberal pro-arbitration policy. In The Arbitration-Litigation Paradox,

In 2018, the Dutch Supreme Court found a Spanish judgment applicable in the Netherlands, based on the Hague Convention on the International Protection of Adults. Minor detail: neither the Netherlands nor Spain is a party to this Convention.

Written by Dr. Anneloes Kuiper, Assistant Professor at Utrecht University, the Netherlands In 2018, the Dutch Supreme Court found a Spanish judgment applicable in the Netherlands, based on the Hague Convention on the International Protection of Adults. Minor detail: neither the Netherlands nor Spain is a party to this Convention. Applicant in this case filed […]

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HCCH Monthly Update: July 2022

Conventions & Instruments On 1 July 2022, the HCCH 2007 Child Support Convention and the HCCH 2007 Maintenance Obligations Protocol entered into force for Ecuador. At present, 44 States and the European Union are bound by the Convention, while 30 States and the European Union are bound by the Protocol. More information is

Giustizia consensuale No 1/2022: Abstracts

The first issue of 2022 of Giustizia Consensuale (published by Editoriale Scientifica) has just been released, and it features: Andrea Simoncini (Professor at the University of Florence) and Elia Cremona (PhD, University of Siena), Mediazione e Costituzione (Mediation and Constitution; in Italian) This paper deals with the issue of the constitutional basis of mediation. After […]