'This collection of substantial and detailed chapters reflects current research on important and topical areas in the conflict of laws, such as internet transactions, international sales of goods, and privacy. It will be of both use and interest to all practitioners and academics in the area as it provides a detailed analysis, within the political and commercial context, of many of the most complex issues arising out of the Brussels I, Rome I and Rome II Regulations and associated jurisprudence, including the role of non-State law, mandatory rules, and the domicile of companies.' - Elspeth Berry, Nottingham Trent University, UK
Research Handbook on EU Private International Law (2015, Hardcover) by read TXT, MOBI, DJV
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