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Cross-border enforcement of settlement agreements under the new UNCITRAL framework: The Russian perspective – Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Hamburg – 12 June 2018

On Tuesday, 12 June 2018, Dmitry Davydenko will be speaking on “Cross-border enforcement of settlement agreements under the new UNCITRAL framework: The Russian perspective”. Since spring 2007 the Unit for Russia and other CIS Nations has organised a regular discussion forum on the legal, political and societal developments of the post-Soviet realm. The forum’s goal is to […]

International Workshop – Cross-Border Debt Recovery in the EU – Application of the “second generation” regulations in France and Luxembourg – Max Planck Institute, Luxembourg – 8 June 2018

The International Workshop on “Cross-Border Debt Recovery in the EU – Application of the “second generation” regulations in France and Luxembourg” is organised in the framework of the IC2BE research project “Informed Choices in Cross-Border Enforcement”. Funded by the Justice Programme (2014-2020) of the European Commission, this project (JUST-AG-2016-02) aims to assess the working in practice […]

Out now: The Private-Public Divide in International Dispute Resolution – The 2017 Hague Lecture of Professor Burkhard Hess published

The 2017 Hague Lecture of Professor Burkhard Hess on the topic “The Private-Public Divide in International Dispute Resolution” has been published in Recueil des Cours 388 pg. 49‑266. The Lecture addresses dispute resolution in international cases from the classical perspective of the private-public divide. This distinction is known in almost all legal systems of the […]

Call for papers International Business Courts – A European and Global Perspective – Erasmus Law Review (issue 12-2)

Erasmus Law Review is a double-blind peer review journal and invites submissions for its upcoming special issue on International Business Courts – A European and Global Perspective. International commercial or business courts have long been established in a number of countries as a form of court specialization the aim of which is to offer a […]

Revised Preliminary Explanatory Report on the Judgments Project – May 2018

Following the Council on General Affairs and Policy’s appreciation of the very good progress made in respect of the Judgment Project and its mandate to the Permanent Bureau to continue preparations for a Fourth and final Meeting of the Special Commission, a revised Preliminary Explanatory Report on the Judgments Project, drafted by Professors F.J. Garcimartín Alférez […]

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