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A German-style, English-language commentary on the Rome Regulations, providing judges, lawyers, and practitioners throughout Europe and beyond with state-of-the-art and timely Article-by-Article commentaries on the EU rules of the conflict of laws.
Authored by a team of leading German private international law scholars, each commentary is directed towards the black-letter-law as represented by the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the EU and of Member State courts as well as by the prevailing opinion among scholars. Systematic, comprehensive, and profound as its predecessor, the updated second edition takes account of recent legal developments and jurisprudence in the field of contractual (Rome I) and non-contractual (Rome II) obligations.
Furthermore, the book now includes commentaries on the so-called Rome III Regulation regarding divorce and legal separation, making it an indispensable guide to the European rules of the conflict of laws.The editor Gralf-Peter Calliess holds the chair for Private Law, Private International Law, International Business Law and Legal Theory at the faculty of Law of the University of Bremen.