Current Developments: The Recast Brussels I Regulation

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The most important amendments to the Brussels I Regulation as adopted during the recast negotiations are presented and discussed. The author focuses on four subjects: first, the application of Brussels I to cases where the defendant is domiciled outside the EU; second, the abolition of exequatur; third, the improved efficiency of exclusive choice-of-court agreements; and, fourth, the relationship between litigation and arbitration.
The most important amendments to the Brussels I Regulation as adopted during the recast negotiations are presented and discussed. The author focuses on four subjects: first, the application of Brussels I to cases where the defendant is domiciled outside the EU; second, the abolition of exequatur; third, the improved efficiency of exclusive choice-of-court agreements; and, fourth, the relationship between litigation and arbitration.
LanguageEnglish
JournalNordic Journal of International Law
Volume83
Issue number1
Pages61-71
ISSN0902-7351
DOIs
StatePublished - 2014

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    Current Developments : The Recast Brussels I Regulation. / Arnt Nielsen, Peter .

    In: Nordic Journal of International Law, Vol. 83, No. 1, 2014, p. 61-71.

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