Yearbook of Private International Law
This is a very special volume of the Yearbook of Private International Law as it represents the celebration of the tenth anniversary of its first publication. It continues to provide interesting information on the future evolution in private international law. Contents includes: The New Lugano Convention on Jurisdiction and the Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments of 30 October 2007 . Commercial Agents under European Jurisdiction Rules . Grunkin-Paul and Beyond - A Seminal Case in the Field of International Family Law . The New Rome I / Rome II / Brussels I-Synergy . Rome I and Contracts on Intellectual Property . Rome I and Distribution Contracts . Rome I and Franchise Contracts . Rome I and Financial Market Contracts . Special Section on Maintenance Obligations.
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