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This book provides a detailed and critical analysis of the European Community law on civil jurisdiction and judgments as laid down by the Brussels Convention (1968-96) and the Lugano Convention (1988). A European, rather than British, perspective is adopted when looking at the numerous rulings which have been given by the European Court of Justice and at national, mainly English and French, case-law on the conventions.
Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments in Europe aims to provide a definitive analysis of the relevant law in what is an important and evolving field, and also to highlight the existing uncertainties.The book will be of interest to all those concerned with private international law and conflicts of law, as well as practitioners and others who have a professional interest in negotiations towards revised conventions in this field, particularly the Brussels and Lugano Conventions.