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Le fondement de l’effet des jugements étrangers (Volume 394)

(78,993 words)

Author(s): Cuniberti, Gilles
Cuniberti, Gilles Keywords: International law of procedure | Effects of foreign sentences [p89] Cuniberti, Gilles NOTICE BIOGRAPHIQUE [p93] Gilles Cuniberti, né le 1er avril 1971 à Saint Martin d’Hères (France), de nationalité française. Etudes aux universités de Grenoble, de Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne), de Paris VII (Diderot), d’Oxford et de Yale. Licence en langues étrangères appliquées, Université Paris VII (1992) ; magistère de droit des activités économiques, Université Paris I (1994) ; DEA en droit international privé et …

The Current Practice of International Co-Operation in Civil Matters (Volume 393)

(135,887 words)

Author(s): Tiburcio, Carmen
Tiburcio, Carmen Keywords: Private international law | International law of procedure | International law of procedure: jurisdiction ABSTRACT International cooperation, together with the determination of the applicable legislation and jurisdiction, are the three main objectives of the study of private international law. In this course, Carmen Tiburcio first provides a brief introduction on cooperation and private international law and explores the parameters of international cooperation. She defines cooperation a…

Choice of Law in Arbitration Proceedings (Volume 375)

(12,117 words)

Author(s): M. De Boer, Th.
M. De Boer, Th. Keywords: International commercial arbitration | International arbitration | Choice of law | Lex fori | International law of procedure | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT In arbitration, choice-of-law issues are more complicated than they are in ordinary litigation, as an arbitral tribunal is not bound to the lex fori of the state in which it sits. This lack of obligation to a specific set of national choice of law rules, this freedom of disposition, can lead the tribunal to apply any rule of law that it would deem “appropriate”. The author …