On 23 April 2020, the Catholic University of Milan will host a conference on the Hague Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Civil or Commercial Matters, or Hague Judgments Convention for short. The Convention was adopted on 2 July 2019 by the delegates of the 22nd Diplomatic Session of the Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH). Continue reading
This week, yet another Brexit deadline expired without additional clarity as to when and on what terms Brexit will occur. This creates uncertainties, which affect business relations with British parties, and impact, amongst many other fields, civil litigation. So in this week’s Case of the Week, we present the three cases I know of in which German courts had to decide on Brexit-related issues. The cases deal with security for costs, the validity of choice of court agreements and with freezing orders in a Brexit context. Continue reading
- Brussels I Recast: New Rules on Jurisdiction and Enforcement – And What About Arbitration?
- Enforcement of Choice-of Court Agreements: Solving Old Problems and Facing New Issues, From Torpedoes and Anti-Suit Injunctions to Unilateral Jurisdiction Clauses
- Jurisdiction Topics in Cross-Border Financial Disputes: ECJ and National Recent Case Law
Here is a link to the programme and the registration details.
With the year end in sight, I looked back at what posts you read most in 2013. The three main categories that Dispute Resolution Germany covers – arbitration, litigation and mediation – are all represented. Investment arbitration emerges as THE hot topic, with four entries in the top ten. Arbitration in total accounts for seven posts. Here are the top ten posts: Continue reading