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EU Civil Procedure Law and Third Countries

Which Way Forward?

Editor(s): Alexander Trunk, Nikitas Hatzimihail
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Published: 08-04-2021
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 336
ISBN: 9781509948765
Imprint: Nomos/Hart
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP: £100.00
Online price : £90.00
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About EU Civil Procedure Law and Third Countries

Based on comparative analyses and country-specific reports (featuring EU member countries as well as non-EU countries), this book develops a structured approach for future action, be it by modification of existing EU regulations, passing new
regulations, negotiating new multilateral or bilateral treaties (eg in the framework of the Hague Conference on Private International Law), developing soft law or passing national legislation, preferably on a uniform or coordinated basis together with third countries.

Table Of Contents

Introduction
Alexander Trunk and Nikitas Hatzimihail
EU Law of Civil Procedure and Third Countries: The Case of the European Neighbourhood Policy
Jürgen Basedow
The Role of Bilateral Judicial Assistance Treaties in the Context of EU Civil Procedure Law and Third Countries
Elina N. Moustaira
Direct Jurisdiction – What Rules (if any) for Relations with Third Countries?
Alexander Trunk
Residual Jurisdiction: Back to the Future?
Michael Stürner and Friederike Pförtner
The Jurisdiction of the Unified Patent Court: A Model for the Application of the Brussels Ia Regulation to non-EU Disputes?
Alberto Miglio
Lis Pendens in the Brussels Ia Regulation with Regard to Third Countries
Luboš Tichý
The Recognition and Enforcement of Court Decisions Between the EU and Third States
Dieter Martiny
The Recognition of the Effects of Foreign Judgments Between the EU and Third States
Dimitrios Tsikrikas
Commercial Litigation in the UK: A Future Outside the EU
Richard Fentiman
Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments Between the European Union and Russia: Possible Prospects
Vladimir Yarkov
Enhancing Judicial Cooperation in Civil Matters Between the EU and Ukraine: First Steps Ahead
Iryna Izarova
Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Court Decisions in Colombia
Michael Stöber
The European Regulations on Service of Documents and on Taking of Evidence – An Overview
Henriette-Christine Boscheinen-Duursma
EU Special Procedures Regulations and Third Countries – Which Perspectives for Relations with Third Countries?
Alexander Trunk
The European Order for Payment Procedure and Third Countries
Azar Aliyev
Relationship of the Brussels Ia Regulation with Soft Law in the Field of International Civil Procedure: Some Notes on the Planned European Rules of Civil Procedure
Nazar Panych
Conclusions
Alexander Trunk and Nikitas Hatzimihail

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