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UKSC on Traditional Rules of Jurisdiction: Brownlie v Four Seasons Holdings Incorporated

Shortly before Christmas the UKSC released its decision on jurisdiction in Brownlie v Four Seasons Holdings Incorporated (

NIKI continued (now in Austria)

Written by Lukas Schmidt, Research Fellow at the Center for Transnational Commercial Dispute Resolution (TCDR) of the EBS Law School, Wiesbaden, Germany The Regional Court Korneuburg has opened a main insolvency proceeding – not a secondary insolvency proceeding that the German provisional administrator has applied for – on the assets of NIKI Luftfahrt GmbH in […]

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Report: Summer School on the new Foreign Relations Law, MPIL Heidelberg, June 8-10, 2022

  Report on the Summer School on the new Foreign Relations Law MPIL Heidelberg, June 8-10, 2022 by Zixuan Yang and Jakob Olbing*   The MPIL in Heidelberg hosted a three-day Summer School titled “Populism and the New Foreign Relations Law: Between Public International Law, ‘External Public Law’, and Conflict of Laws”, led by Anne […]

PhD position at the University of Antwerp

The University of Antwerp has a

First View of Third Issue of ICLQ

The first view of three recent private international law articles have recently appeared in International and Comparative Law Quarterly. Ardavan Arzandeh, “Brownlie II and The Service-Out Jurisdiction under English Law” FS Cairo (Nile Plaza) LLC v Brownlie (Brownlie II) is arguably the United Kingdom’s highest appellate court’s most significant decision this century on a private international law […]