The Conflict-of-Laws Provision in the French Influencer Legislation

by Ennio Piovesani Certain EU Member States have enacted special rules governing the activities of content creators and influencers. In this context, the French legislature passed

Israel is not Ukraine: German court orders the return of the child to Israel under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction

This case note is kindly provided by Dr. Samuel Vuattoux-Bock, LL.M. (Kiel), Freiburg University (Germany)   On May 23, 2024, the

Who is bound by Choice of Court Agreements in Bills of Lading?

According to the doctrine of privity of contract, only parties to a choice of court agreement are subject to the rights and obligations arising from it. However, there are exceptions to the privity doctrine where a third party may be bound by or derive benefit from a choice of court agreement, even if it did […]


Australian International Law Journal – Call for Submissions

The Australian International Law Journal (AILJ), published by the International Law Association (Australian Branch), is calling for papers on topics of public or private international law for its forthcoming volume.

Revue Critique de droit international privé – issue 2023/4

Written by Hadrien Pauchard (assistant researcher at Sciences Po Law School) The fourth issue of the Revue critique de droit International privé of 2023 (available

Academic Position Paper on the Reform of the Brussels Ibis Regulation available on SSRN

Burkhard Hess and his team at the University of Vienna recently finalised an Academic Position Paper on the Reform on the Brussels Ibis Regulation, which is