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Court of Appeal of Ljubljana and implied consent to application of Slovenian law by not- contesting the application of Slovenian law in first and in appellate instance

Written by Dr. Jorg Sladic, Attorney in Ljubljana and Assistant Professor in Maribor (Slovenia) In judgment of 25 October 2017 in case I Cpg 1084/2016 (ECLI:SI:VSLJ:2017:I.CPG.1084.2016) published on 31 January 2018 the Slovenian Appellate Court ruled on a question of implied consent to application of Slovenian law.

Fifty Shades of (Facebook) Blue – ECJ Renders Decision on Consumer Jurisdiction and Assigned Claims in Case C-498/16 Schrems v Facebook

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Sharia law in Greece: Blending European values with Islamic tradition

The Hellenic Republic is the sole EU Member State which provides for the application of Sharia law in its territory for more than a century. A recent amendment is granting Greek Moslems the right to opt-out, and resort to domestic civil law. At the same time, the new law respects the right to opt-in for […]

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HCCH Monthly Update: June 2022

Conventions & Instruments On 4 June 2022, the HCCH 1961 Apostille Convention entered into force for Indonesia. The Convention currently has 122 Contracting Parties. More information is

International commercial courts – a paradigm for the future of adjudication? – Online seminar – 14 July 2022

On July 14, 2022 an online seminar jointly organized by the Universities of Bologna, Milan and Verona (Italy) will provide a comparative perspective on the recent development of the setting up of specialized courts dealing with international commercial disputes. All the information in the 

Last chance to register for the online summer course 2022 of the Hague Academy of International Law

Tomorrow (3 July 2022) is your last chance to register for the online summer course 2022 of the Hague Academy of International Law (both public and private international law). Click