Rome I Regulation

Rome I Regulation

Pocket Commentary
Edited by: Franco Ferrari Series: Pocket Commentaries Publication date: November 2014 Extent: 534 pages


ISBN 978-3-86653-978-5
Please note: The print edition of this book is sold out. The eBook is still available at deGruyter.

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The Rome I Regulation creates a common regime of conflict of law rules on international contract law for (most of the) EU Member States. Due to the fact that there exist only little case law on this field of law, the application of the Regulation poses great challenges to legal practitioners.

By providing an article-by-article commentary which explains the underlying concepts and suggests solutions for problems that arise in the application of the Regulation, the volume solves these challenges.

This Pocket Commentary
- is meant to provide a first reference to the Rome I Regulation
- considers important jurisdiction, e.g. the current ECJ’s "google" ruling
- assists in updating your knowledge with ease.

For more information on our Pocket Commentaries series see


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