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AI systems and non-contractual liability: A European Private International law analysis

Benedetta Cappiello from the University of Milan has recently published a book on European private international law and non-contractual liability for AI systems (AI Systems and Non-contractual Liability: A European Private International Law Analysis, Giappichelli 2022: She has kindly provided us with the following abstract: The advent of AI-systems has fundamentally altered the whole […]

EAPIL founding conference 2022 in Aarhus

Written by Christian Rüsing, University of Münster From 2 to 4 June 2022, the founding conference of the European Association of Private International Law (EAPIL) took place in Aarhus. After the idea of founding the association had emerged at a

First Issue of Journal of Private International Law for 2022

The first issue of the Journal of Private International law for 2022 was released yesterday. It features the following articles:   M Lehmann, “A new piece in the puzzle of locating financial loss: the ruling in VEB v BP on jurisdiction for collective actions based on deficient investor information” For the first time, the CJEU has […]