Private Law in the International Arena: From National Conflict Rules Towards Harmonization and Unification - Liber Amicorum Kurt Siehr, Volume 1000

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Cambridge University Press, 2000 - 910 pagina's
Private Law in the International Arena contains fifty-seven original contributions authored by renowned lawyers from all over the World. It analyzes a wide variety of effects that cross-border activities have on the operation of private law, ranging from corporate and insolvency law to labor law, property law, the law of obligations, family law, European law and lex mercatoria. Civil procedure aspects, in national courts and arbitration proceedings, are also explored. This book provides a unique source of insights into the problems encountered and their possible solutions. It will be of interest to scholars and practitioners alike. All contributions have been written in honor of an eminent Private International Law scholar, Prof. Dr. Kurt Siehr of the University of Zurich.
 

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Tugrul Ansay
1
Jürgen Basedow
17
Berti
33
Katharina BoeleWoelki
61
X
64
Antonio Boggiano
79
Gerardo Broggini
95
Alexander Brunner
113
Alfred E von Overbeck
545
Le renvoi
547
Les lois dapplication immédiate
553
Paolo Picone
569
perseverare
588
Fausto Pocar
591
Notes on the Continuity of Contracts following the Introduction of the Euro Summary
602
Jerzy Poczobut
605

Talia Einhorn
135
Marc Fallon and Stéphanie Francq
155
Franco Ferrari
179
Wilfried Fiedler
197
Daniel Girsberger
219
Symeonides
220
Paul Volken
222
Peter
237
Anton Heini
251
Erik Jayme
281
Kerameus
311
Catherine Kessedjian
329
Jolanta Kren Kostkiewicz
361
Jan Kropholler
379
Kurt Lipstein
405
Conclusions
412
Conclusion
426
Ulrich Magnus
429
The Regressive Claim of the Final Seller under the Directive on the sale of consumer
441
Isaak Meier
445
Zur Frage der Revisionsbedürftigkeit des revidierten Nachlassverfahrensrechts
446
Grundzüge des Verfahrens nach chapter 11
450
and the Swiss Reorganization Procedure Comparative Perspectives
463
Franco Mosconi
465
Rui Manuel Moura Ramos
481
Paolo Picone
488
Conclusion
493
James A R Nafziger
497
Peter Nygh
511
Hans Ulrich Jessurun dOliveira
527
Is There a Conflicts of Law Problem Lurking behind the Community Concept
533
Some Critical Conclusions
541
Novellierungsentwurf
618
Lennart Pålsson
621
Recognition and Enforcement
633
Hans Michael Riemer
639
The Interface Between Swiss PIL and Employment Social Benefits Summary
645
François Rigaux
647
Guus E Schmidt
657
Consequences for a New Hague Convention on Maintenance Obligations
665
Ivo Schwander
673
Vermehrte Beachtung von IPRGesichtspunkten im Rahmen des Internationalen
679
Linda Silberman
703
Mathilde Sumampouw
729
Recognition
741
Symeonides
747
Excursus in Swiss
755
Conclusions
761
Gülören TekinalpUnal Tekinalp
763
Lajos Vékás
775
Autonomous Implementation of EC Consumer Law Directives and Private
795
Frank Vischer
797
Years of PILA Appraisal of the Swiss Law on International Obligations
813
Wenn Wächter mit Story
815
Spyridon Vrellis
829
Reflections on the Interpretation of Foreign Legal Norms Summary
840
Weinberg de Roca
843
Jiří Zemánek
863
SchriftenverzeichnisList of Publications
887
AufsätzeArticles
888
BerichteReports
901
Würdigungenlaudatory articles
902
EntscheidungsanmerkungenCase notes
903
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Over de auteur (2000)

Talia Einhorn, Researcher, T. M C. Asser Institute, The Hague, The Netherlands.

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