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Rome Regulations: Commentary

Edited by Gralf-Peter Calliess
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Rome Regulations: Commentary on the European Rules of the Conflict of Laws, Second Edition provides a systematic and profound article-by-article commentary on the EU rules of the conflict of laws. The second edition has been extensively updated and rewritten to take account of recent legal developments and jurisprudence in the field of contractual (Rome I) and non-contractual (Rome II) obligations. This indispensable guide to the European rules of the conflict of laws also contains commentaries on the so- called Rome III Regulation regarding divorce and separation.

How will this benefit you?

  • Expert guidance from a team of leading German private international law scholars, with each commentary providing black letter law as represented by the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the EU and of Member State courts as well as the latest academic opinion.
  • Gain in-depth understanding of the so called Rome III Regulation regarding divorce and legal separation.
  • Learn about new developments with analysis included on the EU sector specific Regulations which deal with jurisdiction, enforcement and conflicts of law at the same time, including Regulation (2012/650/EU) on matters of succession.
  • Easily find the answers you need from one source. The second edition of this popular resource has been developed to provide unique comprehensive coverage on the European Rules of the Conflict of Laws.

A German-style, English-language commentary on the Rome Regulations, Rome Regulations: Commentary on the European Rules of the Conflict of Laws will provide judges, lawyers, and practitioners throughout Europe and beyond with insightful and timely commentary on the EU rules of the conflict of laws.

The editor Gralf-Peter Calliess holds the chair for Private Law, Private International Law, International Business Law and Legal Theory at the faculty of Law of the University of Bremen.

List of Authors:

Professor Dr. Susanne Augenhofer, Humboldt-University in Berlin

Professor Dr. Dietmar Baetge, University of Applied Science in Wildau

Assistant Professor Dr. Frank Bauer, University of Giessen

Assistant Professor Dr. Katharina de la Durantaye, LL.M. (Yale), Humboldt-University in Berlin

Professor Dr. Martin Franzen, University of Munich

Professor Dr. Martin Gebauer, University of Tübingen

Professor Dr. Urs Peter Gruber, University of Mainz

Research Assistant Niklas Gröner, University of Munich

Professor Dr. Urs Peter Gruber, University of Mainz

Professor Dr. Axel Halfmeier, LL.M. (Michigan), Leuphana University in Frankfurt

Professor Dr. Jan von Hein, University of Freiburg

Dr. Hermann Hoffmann, LL.M. (George Washington University), Lawyer in Berlin

Professor Dr. Lars Klöhn, LL.M. (Harvard), University of Munich

Assistant Professor Dr. Kathrin Kroll-Ludwigs, Deutsches Notarinstitut in Würzburg

Senior Research Fellow Dr. Eva Lein, The British Institute of International and Comparative Law in London

Senior Lecturer Dr. Leander D. Loacker, M.Phil., University of Zürich

Senior Research Fellow Tobias Pinkel, University of Bremen

Lichtenberg Professor Dr. Moritz Renner, University of Bremen

Visting Professor Dr. Florian Rödl, M.A. (Phil.), University of Münster

Professor Dr. Marianne Roth, LL.M. (Harvard), University of Salzburg

Professor Dr. Boris Schinkels, LL.M. (Cantab.), University of Greifswald

Professor Dr. Christoph Schmid, University of Bremen

Professor Dr. Goetz Schulze, University of Potsdam

Professor Dr. Matthias Weller, EBS University in Wiesbaden

Professor Dr. Volker Wiese, LL.M. (McGill), EBS University in Wiesbaden

Resources Table of Contents
Publish Date 05/22/2015
Product Line Kluwer Law International
ISBN 9789041147547
SKU 10058694-0001
Table of Contents

Preface

List of Authors

List of Abbreviations

Introduction

Part One: The Rome I Regulation

Regulation (EC) No 593/2008

Chapter I Scope

Chapter II Uniform Rules

Chapter III Other Provisions

Chapter IV Final Provisions

Part Two: The Rome II Regulation

Chapter I Scope

Chapter II Torts/Delicts

Chapter III Unjust Enrichment, Negotiorum Gestio and Culpa in Contrahendo

Chapter V Common Rules

Chapter VI Other Provisions

Chapter VII Final Provisions

Part Three: The Rome III Regulation

Regulation (EC) No 1259/2010

Chapter I Scope, Relation with Regulation (EC) No 2201/2003, Definitions and Universal Application

Chapter II Uniform Rules on the Law Applicable to Divorce and Legal Separation

Chapter III Other Provisions

Chapter IV Final Provisions

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