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Convergence and divergence in private international law : liber amicorum Kurt Siehr, edited by Katharina Boele-Woelki [and others]

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Convergence and divergence in private international law : liber amicorum Kurt Siehr
Title
Convergence and divergence in private international law
Title remainder
liber amicorum Kurt Siehr
Statement of responsibility
edited by Katharina Boele-Woelki [and others]
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Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • fre
Cataloging source
BTCTA
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Articles in English, German, and French
LC call number
K7041
LC item number
.C665 2010
Nature of contents
  • encyclopedias
  • surveys of literature
  • legal articles
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  • Boele-Woelki, Katharina
  • Siehr, Kurt
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  • Siehr, Kurt
  • Siehr, Kurt
  • Siehr, Kurt
  • Siehr, Kurt
  • Conflict of laws
  • Conflict of laws
  • Conflict of laws
  • Conflict of laws
  • Cultural property
  • Droit international privé
  • Conflit des lois
  • Droit de la famille
  • Droit des obligations
  • Droit des contrats
  • Biens culturels
  • Conflict of laws
  • Conflict of laws
  • Conflict of laws
  • Cultural property
  • Internationales Privatrecht
  • Internationaal privaatrecht
  • Convergentie (algemeen)
  • Samenloop
  • Internationales Privatrecht
  • Internationales Privatrecht
  • Gesetzgebung
  • Erbrecht
  • Vertragsrecht
  • Internationale Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit
  • Kulturgüterschutz
  • Internationales Privatrecht
  • Internationell privaträtt
Label
Convergence and divergence in private international law : liber amicorum Kurt Siehr, edited by Katharina Boele-Woelki [and others]
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • James A.R. Nafziger
  • Versunkene welten : rechtlicher schutz des archäologischen unterwasserkulturerbes
  • Gerte Reichelt und Suzan Topal-Gökceli ;
  • The
  • international scope of application of the Swiss rules on the due diligence of dealers in cultural property
  • Marc-André Renold
  • Keine berührungsangst des schweizerischen bundesgerichts im umgang mit eingriffsnormen
  • Anton K. Schnyder
  • "Revolutionary ideas" and the Swiss statute on private international law
  • Frank Vischer
  • Renvoi in Japanese private international law
  • Jun Yokoyama
  • II. Family relations and succession.
  • Protecting children against detrimental family environments under the 1996 Hague Convention and the Brussels II bis regulation
  • Katharina Boele-Woelki and Maarit Jänterä-Jareborg
  • I. General aspects of private international law law-making.
  • Choice-of-law aspects of the future EC regulation in matters of succession : a first glance at the commission's proposal
  • Andrea Bonomi ;
  • The
  • necessary flexibility in the application of the new instruments on maintenance
  • Alegría Borrás
  • Conflict of laws of divorce : judicial practice and legislative development of Taiwan
  • Rong-chwan Chen
  • Future developments in international family law with special emphasis on cross-border child protection : a view from the Hague
  • William Duncan
  • Der deutsche Nachlaßrichter und die amerikanische "tracing rule" im internationalen ehegüterrecht : eine problemskizze
  • American vs European private international law : the case for a model conflict of laws act (MCLA)
  • Erik Jayme
  • From nationality to habitual residence : some brief remarks on the future EU regulation on international successions and wills
  • Peter Kindler
  • Recognition in the forum of a status acquired abroad : private international law rules and European human rights law
  • Patrick Kinsch
  • Elliptiques variations sur un theme connu : competence judiciaire, conflits de lois et reconnaissance de decisions en matière alimentaire d'après le règlement (CE) n° 4/2009 du Conseil
  • Christian Kohler ;
  • The
  • impact of the European Union's prohibition of discrimination and the right of free movement of persons on the private international law rules of member states : with comments on the Sayn-Wittgenstein case before the European Court of Justice
  • Heinz-Peter Mansel
  • Talia Einhorn
  • On the Hague Convention on the civil aspects of international child abduction and its application by the supreme court of Finland
  • Gustaf Möller
  • External public policy, the incidental question properly so-called and the recognition of foreign divorce orders
  • Jan L. Neels
  • Surrogacy, a new way to become a mother? a new PIL issue
  • A. (Teun) V.M. Struycken
  • III. Contractual and non-contractual obligations.
  • Some reflections on contracts and torts in cyberspace in view of regulations Rome I and Rome II
  • Michael Bogdan
  • Cross-border multimodal transport : problems and limits of finding an appropriate legal regime
  • Comparative and international law in the United States : mixed signals
  • Andreas Furrer and Michael Schürch
  • UN-kaufrecht und verbraucher
  • Ulrich Magnus ;
  • The
  • principle of characteristic performance revisited yet again
  • Peter Mankowski
  • Contracts of carriage and the conflict of laws
  • Robin Morse
  • Presumptions, escape clauses and international carriage of goods contracts
  • Monika Pauknerová
  • Peter Hay
  • Tourism, conflict of laws and the Rome I regulation /
  • Oliver Remien
  • Party autonomy in Rome I and II from a comparative perspective
  • Symeon C. Symeonides
  • Questions of contract law in the new Hungarian civil code
  • Lajos Vékás
  • IV. International litigation and arbitration. The
  • validity of choice of court agreements under the Brussels I regulation and the Hague choice of court agreements convention
  • Paul Beaumont and Burcu Yüksel
  • Parallel litigation : is convergence possible?
  • Connecting factors and internationality in conflict of laws and transnational commercial law
  • George A. Bermann
  • Einige überlegungen zu schiedsgerichtsvereinbarungen und ihrer Wirksamkeit
  • Dagmar Coester-Waltjen
  • Legal capacity, arbitration and private international law
  • Giuditta Cordero Moss
  • New impulses for the ascertainment of foreign law in civil proceedings : a question of (inter)networking?
  • Harry Duintjer Tebbens
  • Res judicata effects of foreign class action rulings in the EU member states
  • Marc Fallon and Dimitrios-Panagiotis Tzakas
  • Israeli foreign judgments law : a case for codification?
  • Herbert Kronke
  • Celia Wasserstein Fassberg ;
  • The
  • linguistic factor in the circulation of arbitral awards and some of its pitfalls
  • Manlio Frigo
  • La clause attributive de jurisdiction, un moyen d'échapper aux lois de police?
  • Hélène Gaudemet-Tallon ;
  • The
  • effects of assignment on arbitration agreements : why conflict-of-laws theory is still needed
  • Daniel Girsberger
  • Observation of group affiliation (or: cohabitation with the impossible) in international commercial arbitration
  • Democratic values in the choice-of-law process
  • Tibor Várady ;
  • The
  • validity of a choice of court agreement under the Hague convention of 2005
  • Spyridon Vrellis
  • V. Cultural property.
  • Conflict of laws with folgerecht ("droit de suite") on the sale of works of art in and out of Europe--after the EC directive no.2001/84
  • Johan Erauw ;
  • The
  • van Meegeren problem
  • John Henry Merryman
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxi, 895 pages
Isbn
9783725561650
Lccn
2010485747
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)650217421
Label
Convergence and divergence in private international law : liber amicorum Kurt Siehr, edited by Katharina Boele-Woelki [and others]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • James A.R. Nafziger
  • Versunkene welten : rechtlicher schutz des archäologischen unterwasserkulturerbes
  • Gerte Reichelt und Suzan Topal-Gökceli ;
  • The
  • international scope of application of the Swiss rules on the due diligence of dealers in cultural property
  • Marc-André Renold
  • Keine berührungsangst des schweizerischen bundesgerichts im umgang mit eingriffsnormen
  • Anton K. Schnyder
  • "Revolutionary ideas" and the Swiss statute on private international law
  • Frank Vischer
  • Renvoi in Japanese private international law
  • Jun Yokoyama
  • II. Family relations and succession.
  • Protecting children against detrimental family environments under the 1996 Hague Convention and the Brussels II bis regulation
  • Katharina Boele-Woelki and Maarit Jänterä-Jareborg
  • I. General aspects of private international law law-making.
  • Choice-of-law aspects of the future EC regulation in matters of succession : a first glance at the commission's proposal
  • Andrea Bonomi ;
  • The
  • necessary flexibility in the application of the new instruments on maintenance
  • Alegría Borrás
  • Conflict of laws of divorce : judicial practice and legislative development of Taiwan
  • Rong-chwan Chen
  • Future developments in international family law with special emphasis on cross-border child protection : a view from the Hague
  • William Duncan
  • Der deutsche Nachlaßrichter und die amerikanische "tracing rule" im internationalen ehegüterrecht : eine problemskizze
  • American vs European private international law : the case for a model conflict of laws act (MCLA)
  • Erik Jayme
  • From nationality to habitual residence : some brief remarks on the future EU regulation on international successions and wills
  • Peter Kindler
  • Recognition in the forum of a status acquired abroad : private international law rules and European human rights law
  • Patrick Kinsch
  • Elliptiques variations sur un theme connu : competence judiciaire, conflits de lois et reconnaissance de decisions en matière alimentaire d'après le règlement (CE) n° 4/2009 du Conseil
  • Christian Kohler ;
  • The
  • impact of the European Union's prohibition of discrimination and the right of free movement of persons on the private international law rules of member states : with comments on the Sayn-Wittgenstein case before the European Court of Justice
  • Heinz-Peter Mansel
  • Talia Einhorn
  • On the Hague Convention on the civil aspects of international child abduction and its application by the supreme court of Finland
  • Gustaf Möller
  • External public policy, the incidental question properly so-called and the recognition of foreign divorce orders
  • Jan L. Neels
  • Surrogacy, a new way to become a mother? a new PIL issue
  • A. (Teun) V.M. Struycken
  • III. Contractual and non-contractual obligations.
  • Some reflections on contracts and torts in cyberspace in view of regulations Rome I and Rome II
  • Michael Bogdan
  • Cross-border multimodal transport : problems and limits of finding an appropriate legal regime
  • Comparative and international law in the United States : mixed signals
  • Andreas Furrer and Michael Schürch
  • UN-kaufrecht und verbraucher
  • Ulrich Magnus ;
  • The
  • principle of characteristic performance revisited yet again
  • Peter Mankowski
  • Contracts of carriage and the conflict of laws
  • Robin Morse
  • Presumptions, escape clauses and international carriage of goods contracts
  • Monika Pauknerová
  • Peter Hay
  • Tourism, conflict of laws and the Rome I regulation /
  • Oliver Remien
  • Party autonomy in Rome I and II from a comparative perspective
  • Symeon C. Symeonides
  • Questions of contract law in the new Hungarian civil code
  • Lajos Vékás
  • IV. International litigation and arbitration. The
  • validity of choice of court agreements under the Brussels I regulation and the Hague choice of court agreements convention
  • Paul Beaumont and Burcu Yüksel
  • Parallel litigation : is convergence possible?
  • Connecting factors and internationality in conflict of laws and transnational commercial law
  • George A. Bermann
  • Einige überlegungen zu schiedsgerichtsvereinbarungen und ihrer Wirksamkeit
  • Dagmar Coester-Waltjen
  • Legal capacity, arbitration and private international law
  • Giuditta Cordero Moss
  • New impulses for the ascertainment of foreign law in civil proceedings : a question of (inter)networking?
  • Harry Duintjer Tebbens
  • Res judicata effects of foreign class action rulings in the EU member states
  • Marc Fallon and Dimitrios-Panagiotis Tzakas
  • Israeli foreign judgments law : a case for codification?
  • Herbert Kronke
  • Celia Wasserstein Fassberg ;
  • The
  • linguistic factor in the circulation of arbitral awards and some of its pitfalls
  • Manlio Frigo
  • La clause attributive de jurisdiction, un moyen d'échapper aux lois de police?
  • Hélène Gaudemet-Tallon ;
  • The
  • effects of assignment on arbitration agreements : why conflict-of-laws theory is still needed
  • Daniel Girsberger
  • Observation of group affiliation (or: cohabitation with the impossible) in international commercial arbitration
  • Democratic values in the choice-of-law process
  • Tibor Várady ;
  • The
  • validity of a choice of court agreement under the Hague convention of 2005
  • Spyridon Vrellis
  • V. Cultural property.
  • Conflict of laws with folgerecht ("droit de suite") on the sale of works of art in and out of Europe--after the EC directive no.2001/84
  • Johan Erauw ;
  • The
  • van Meegeren problem
  • John Henry Merryman
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxi, 895 pages
Isbn
9783725561650
Lccn
2010485747
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)650217421

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