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See detailConflict of Laws - A Comparative Approach
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

Book published by Edward Elgar - 2nd (2022)

Now in its second edition, and with significant updates and new material, Gilles Cuniberti’s innovative textbook offers a comparative treatment of private international law, a field of great importance in ... [more ▼]

Now in its second edition, and with significant updates and new material, Gilles Cuniberti’s innovative textbook offers a comparative treatment of private international law, a field of great importance in an increasingly globalized world. Written by a leading voice in the field, and using a text and cases approach, this text systematically presents and compares civil law and common law approaches to issues primarily within the United Kingdom, United States, France and the EU, as well as offering additional updated insights into rules applicable in other jurisdictions such as Japan, China and Germany. Key features of the second edition include: • New topics covered in the fields of jurisdiction and foreign judgments • Original discussions surrounding the 2019 Hague Convention on Judgments and the changes contemplated by the new US Restatement on Conflict of Laws • US, EU, French and English perspectives integrated throughout the text to ensure maximum relevance and encourage students to make comparative assessments • Carefully selected extracts from primary and secondary sources that build a clear picture of the field, as well as expert analytical commentaries and questions that set these extracts in context. [less ▲]

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See detailLimites de la compétence pour ordonner des mesures d'instruction en France
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in La Semaine juridique - Edition générale (2021)

L’arrêt opère un revirement de jurisprudence en jugeant que, lorsqu’il n’est pas compétent au fond, le juge français a une compétence limitée pour ordonner des mesures d’instructions sur le fondement de ... [more ▼]

L’arrêt opère un revirement de jurisprudence en jugeant que, lorsqu’il n’est pas compétent au fond, le juge français a une compétence limitée pour ordonner des mesures d’instructions sur le fondement de l’article 35 du Règlement (UE) n° 1215/2012 (Bruxelles Ibis), même lorsqu’elles doivent s’exécuter sur le territoire français. Concernant des mesures visant à obtenir la communication de documents en possession des parties adverses, elles doivent avoir pour objet de prémunir la partie demanderesse contre un risque de dépérissement d’éléments de preuve dont la conservation pouvait commander la solution du litige. Le juge français ne peut ordonner une mesure visant seulement à établir des faits, ou à déterminer les chances de succès d’une action au fond. [less ▲]

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See detailCode de droit international privé luxembourgeois
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

Book published by Larcier - 4th (2021)

Le code de droit international privé reprend les principales règles de conflit de lois et de procédure civile internationale applicables au Luxembourg, ainsi qu’un grand nombre de textes de droit uniforme ... [more ▼]

Le code de droit international privé reprend les principales règles de conflit de lois et de procédure civile internationale applicables au Luxembourg, ainsi qu’un grand nombre de textes de droit uniforme. Il est un outil indispensable à la pratique du droit dans un environnement internationalisé. L’ouvrage regroupe les très nombreuses conventions internationales ratifiées par le Luxembourg en la matière, la législation européenne, et les textes nationaux. Il couvre la plupart des matières, du droit de la famille au droit social, en passant par le droit commercial et le droit de la propriété intellectuelle. L’ouvrage inclut en outre de très nombreuses annotations jurisprudentielles relatives tant aux règlements européens qu’aux conventions internationales et aux textes nationaux. Selon la nature du texte, les décisions retenues émanent soit de la Cour de Justice de l’Union européenne, soit des juridictions luxembourgeoises. Combinant une présentation thématique et chronologique, ce code se veut un outil fonctionnel indispensable pour les praticiens du droit luxembourgeois. Les textes sont coordonnés et mis à jour au regard des dispositions publiées au Mémorial au 1er juin 2021. [less ▲]

See detailL’ordonnance européenne de saisie conservatoire des comptes bancaires
Cuniberti, Gilles UL; Migliorini, Sara

Book published by Legitech (2021)

Le Règlement 655/2014 a établi une Ordonnance européenne de saisie conservatoire (OESC) des comptes bancaires permettant aux juges des Etats membres d’ordonner la saisie de comptes bancaires situés dans ... [more ▼]

Le Règlement 655/2014 a établi une Ordonnance européenne de saisie conservatoire (OESC) des comptes bancaires permettant aux juges des Etats membres d’ordonner la saisie de comptes bancaires situés dans d’autres Etats membres et, le cas échéant, de rechercher des informations permettant d’identifier l’existence de comptes bancaires dans d’autres Etats. Entrée en vigueur depuis 2017, cette procédure européenne, quoique uniforme, n’est pas complète et nécessite une application coordonnée des dispositions du Règlement avec les règles nationales applicables aux institutions équivalentes des Etats membres (saisie conservatoire, saisie-arrêt). L’ouvrage propose un commentaire systématique des dispositions du Règlement et une analyse des problèmes de mise en œuvre qu’il soulève, en particulier dans le cadre de leur coordination avec les dispositions de droit national. Il se concentre plus particulièrement sur l’application du Règlement en France, en Belgique et au Luxembourg, dont les droits des mesures conservatoires sont différents, et qui ont choisi d’offrir des procédures de recherche des informations très différentes. L’ouvrage est une source indispensable pour les avocats spécialisés dans le recouvrement des créances, pour les huissiers de justice et pour les banques tiers-saisi. [less ▲]

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See detailRèglement Bruxelles Ibis et compétence internationale pour connaître d’une action en responsabilité civile intentée contre un arbitre (Tribunal judiciaire de Paris, 31 mars 2021, No RG 19/00795)
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in LA LEY Mediación y Arbitraje (2021), 7

The judgment under review rules for the first time in France on the international jurisdiction to hear a liability action brought against an arbitrator. The decision is very interesting in that it raises ... [more ▼]

The judgment under review rules for the first time in France on the international jurisdiction to hear a liability action brought against an arbitrator. The decision is very interesting in that it raises the questions of the scope of the exclusion of arbitration from the Brussels Ibis Regulation and of the qualification of the action under European judicial law. [less ▲]

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See detailRedéfinition de la territorialité des saisies sur créances
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in Revue Critique de Droit International Privé (2021), (2), 371

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See detailLe juge est tenu d'appliquer la règle de conflit de lois, même statuant en référé
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in Revue Critique de Droit International Privé (2021), (2), 435

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See detailCompétence pour ordonner la mainlevée d'une saisie conservatoire transfrontière
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in Revue Critique de Droit International Privé (2021), (1), 157

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See detailMaking Cross Border Enforcement More Effective for Creditors
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in von Hein, Jan; Kruger, Thalia (Eds.) Informed Choices in Cross Border Enforcement (2021)

The European Union has worked at making cross-border enforcement more effective for more than 50 years. The process initially focused on the circulation of foreign judgments rendered in civil and ... [more ▼]

The European Union has worked at making cross-border enforcement more effective for more than 50 years. The process initially focused on the circulation of foreign judgments rendered in civil and commercial matters within the European Communities and the European Free Trade Association. At the turn of the century, as the European Union received a broader competence in the field, the EU lawmaker extended the scope of this initial policy to other subject matters, in particular in family law, but also endorsed a new policy of establishing harmonized EU procedures for the purpose of facilitating cross-border recovery of certain categories of claims (uncontested claims and small claims). The purpose of this contribution is to assess these policies and explore whether cross-border enforcement of monetary judgments could be made (even) more effective for creditors. [less ▲]

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See detailCréation d'une association européenne de droit international privé
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in Recueil Dalloz (2020)

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See detailMatrimonial Regulations, Commentary of Article 54 - Partial Enforceability
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in Viarengo, Ilaria; Franzina, Pietro (Eds.) The EU Regulations on the Property Regimes of International Couples - A Commentary (2020)

This article-by-article Commentary on EU Regulations 2016/1103 and 2016/1104 critically examines the uniform rules adopted by the EU to deal with the property relations of international couples, both ... [more ▼]

This article-by-article Commentary on EU Regulations 2016/1103 and 2016/1104 critically examines the uniform rules adopted by the EU to deal with the property relations of international couples, both married and in registered partnerships. It offers a comprehensive side-by-side discussion of the two Regulations to provide context and a deeper understanding of the issues of jurisdiction, applicable law and recognition of judgements covered. Written by experts from a variety of European countries, this Commentary draws on scholarship and practice from a number of EU states to enrich its analysis and explore pertinent questions of jurisprudence. It also highlights the close relationship of the Regulations with other legislative measures of the EU in the field of private international law, such as on matters of succession and matrimonial matters. This Commentary will be a crucial reference source for practitioners working as family litigation lawyers, estate planning lawyers and notaries. It will also be of interest to scholars and other practitioners working in the field of private international law. [less ▲]

See detailMatrimonial Regulations, Commentary of Article 37 - Grounds of non recognition
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in Viarengo, Ilaria; Franzina, Pietro (Eds.) The EU Regulations on the Property Regimes of International Couples - A Commentary (2020)

This article-by-article Commentary on EU Regulations 2016/1103 and 2016/1104 critically examines the uniform rules adopted by the EU to deal with the property relations of international couples, both ... [more ▼]

This article-by-article Commentary on EU Regulations 2016/1103 and 2016/1104 critically examines the uniform rules adopted by the EU to deal with the property relations of international couples, both married and in registered partnerships. Written by experts from a variety of European countries, it offers a comprehensive side-by-side discussion of the two Regulations to provide context and a deeper understanding of the issues of jurisdiction, applicable law and recognition of judgements covered. Copyright & permissions Recommend to librarian Download leaflet Print page More Information Critical Acclaim Contributors Contents This article-by-article Commentary on EU Regulations 2016/1103 and 2016/1104 critically examines the uniform rules adopted by the EU to deal with the property relations of international couples, both married and in registered partnerships. It offers a comprehensive side-by-side discussion of the two Regulations to provide context and a deeper understanding of the issues of jurisdiction, applicable law and recognition of judgements covered. Written by experts from a variety of European countries, this Commentary draws on scholarship and practice from a number of EU states to enrich its analysis and explore pertinent questions of jurisprudence. It also highlights the close relationship of the Regulations with other legislative measures of the EU in the field of private international law, such as on matters of succession and matrimonial matters. This Commentary will be a crucial reference source for practitioners working as family litigation lawyers, estate planning lawyers and notaries. It will also be of interest to scholars and other practitioners working in the field of private international law. [less ▲]

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See detailJurisdiction to grant interim measures in support of arbitration - The influence of European law
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in Yearbook of Private International Law (2020)

Despite the exclusion of arbitration from the European law of jurisdiction and judgments (Brussels I bis Regulation, Lugano Convention), the European Court of Justice has ruled in the Van Uden case that ... [more ▼]

Despite the exclusion of arbitration from the European law of jurisdiction and judgments (Brussels I bis Regulation, Lugano Convention), the European Court of Justice has ruled in the Van Uden case that the jurisdiction of the courts of the Member or contracting States to grant at least certain interim measures in aid of arbitration is governed by these European instruments. This Article explores the consequences of the application of European law on the power of courts to grant such measures and in particular defines the scope of European law in this respect and the limitations that it establishes on the jurisdiction of the courts of the relevant European states. [less ▲]

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See detailMatrimonial Regulations, Commentary of Article 60 - Enforceability of Courts Settlements
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in Viarengo, Ilaria; Franzina, Pietro (Eds.) The EU Regulations on the Property Regimes of International Couples - A Commentary (2020)

This article-by-article Commentary on EU Regulations 2016/1103 and 2016/1104 critically examines the uniform rules adopted by the EU to deal with the property relations of international couples, both ... [more ▼]

This article-by-article Commentary on EU Regulations 2016/1103 and 2016/1104 critically examines the uniform rules adopted by the EU to deal with the property relations of international couples, both married and in registered partnerships. It offers a comprehensive side-by-side discussion of the two Regulations to provide context and a deeper understanding of the issues of jurisdiction, applicable law and recognition of judgements covered. Written by experts from a variety of European countries, this Commentary draws on scholarship and practice from a number of EU states to enrich its analysis and explore pertinent questions of jurisprudence. It also highlights the close relationship of the Regulations with other legislative measures of the EU in the field of private international law, such as on matters of succession and matrimonial matters. This Commentary will be a crucial reference source for practitioners working as family litigation lawyers, estate planning lawyers and notaries. It will also be of interest to scholars and other practitioners working in the field of private international law. [less ▲]

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See detailMatrimonial Regulations, Commentary of Article 42 - Enforceability
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in Viarengo, Ilaria; Franzina, Pietro (Eds.) The EU Regulations on the Property Regimes of International Couples - A Commentary (2020)

This article-by-article Commentary on EU Regulations 2016/1103 and 2016/1104 critically examines the uniform rules adopted by the EU to deal with the property relations of international couples, both ... [more ▼]

This article-by-article Commentary on EU Regulations 2016/1103 and 2016/1104 critically examines the uniform rules adopted by the EU to deal with the property relations of international couples, both married and in registered partnerships. It offers a comprehensive side-by-side discussion of the two Regulations to provide context and a deeper understanding of the issues of jurisdiction, applicable law and recognition of judgements covered. Written by experts from a variety of European countries, this Commentary draws on scholarship and practice from a number of EU states to enrich its analysis and explore pertinent questions of jurisprudence. It also highlights the close relationship of the Regulations with other legislative measures of the EU in the field of private international law, such as on matters of succession and matrimonial matters. This Commentary will be a crucial reference source for practitioners working as family litigation lawyers, estate planning lawyers and notaries. It will also be of interest to scholars and other practitioners working in the field of private international law. [less ▲]

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See detailSignalling the enforceability of the forum's judgments abroad
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale (2020), (1), 33

The aim of this Article is to document and assess the efforts made by international commercial courts to signal the enforce-ability of their judgments abroad. To that effect, three strategies were ... [more ▼]

The aim of this Article is to document and assess the efforts made by international commercial courts to signal the enforce-ability of their judgments abroad. To that effect, three strategies were developed. The first and most obvious one was to enter into agreements providing for the mutual enforcement of judgments of contracting states which could serve the same function as the 1958 New York Convention for arbitral awards. Yet, as the 2005 Hague Convention has a limited scope and the 2019 Hague Convention is not yet in force, alternative strategies were identified. Several international commercial courts are actively pursuing the conclusion of non binding documents with other courts or even law firms suggesting that the judgments of the forum would be enforced by the courts of other states. Finally, one international court has also explored how it could convert its judgments into arbitral awards. [less ▲]

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See detailChoice of Law in Latin American Arbitration: Some Empirical Evidence and Reflections on the Latin American Market for Contracts
Cuniberti, Gilles UL; Segovia, Manuel

in Themis Revista de Derecho (2020)

The aim of this Article is to assess the preferences of parties to Latin American international business transactions when they choose the law governing their contracts. For that purpose, we have ... [more ▼]

The aim of this Article is to assess the preferences of parties to Latin American international business transactions when they choose the law governing their contracts. For that purpose, we have conducted an empirical analysis of data that we were able to gather from arbitral institutions active in Latin America, with a focus on years 2011 and 2012. We then offer some reflections on the results and assess whether they can be explained by the territorial approach of choice of law in Latin America, the importance of the United States as a trading partner for Latin American countries and the extent to which Anglo-American lawyers are present on Latin American markets. [less ▲]

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See detailMatrimonial Regulations, Commentary of Article 51 - Refusal or Revocation of Declaration of Enforceability
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in Viarengo, Ilaria; Franzina, Pietro (Eds.) The EU Regulations on the Property Regimes of International Couples - A Commentary (2020)

This article-by-article Commentary on EU Regulations 2016/1103 and 2016/1104 critically examines the uniform rules adopted by the EU to deal with the property relations of international couples, both ... [more ▼]

This article-by-article Commentary on EU Regulations 2016/1103 and 2016/1104 critically examines the uniform rules adopted by the EU to deal with the property relations of international couples, both married and in registered partnerships. It offers a comprehensive side-by-side discussion of the two Regulations to provide context and a deeper understanding of the issues of jurisdiction, applicable law and recognition of judgements covered. Written by experts from a variety of European countries, this Commentary draws on scholarship and practice from a number of EU states to enrich its analysis and explore pertinent questions of jurisprudence. It also highlights the close relationship of the Regulations with other legislative measures of the EU in the field of private international law, such as on matters of succession and matrimonial matters. This Commentary will be a crucial reference source for practitioners working as family litigation lawyers, estate planning lawyers and notaries. It will also be of interest to scholars and other practitioners working in the field of private international law. [less ▲]

See detailDroit international privé luxembourgeois, Volume 1 (Conflit de lois - Théorie générale, Obligations, Biens, Sociétés)
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

Book published by legitech (2020)

L’ouvrage présente de manière systéma-tique les règles de droit international privé applicables au Grand-Duché du Luxem-bourg. Ce premier volume est consacré à la détermination de la loi applicable et ... [more ▼]

L’ouvrage présente de manière systéma-tique les règles de droit international privé applicables au Grand-Duché du Luxem-bourg. Ce premier volume est consacré à la détermination de la loi applicable et expose la théorie générale du conflit de lois ainsi que les solutions particulières concernant les obligations (contrats, délits, régime gé-néral de l’obligation), les biens (corporels et incorporels) et les sociétés (y compris en cas d’insolvabilité).A l’instar du droit des autres Etats membres, le droit international privé luxembourgeois est dominé par des sources d’origines européenne et internationale. Sa spécificité demeure forte, cependant, car le Luxembourg a ratifié des conven-tions internationales différentes de ses grands voisins francophones et adopté des normes nationales qui s’inspirent de plu-sieurs expériences juridiques étrangères, mais peuvent aussi être originales. Sans négliger la jurisprudence européenne, l’ouvrage tente enfin de rassembler la ju-risprudence des juridictions luxembour-geoises en la matière qui, à nouveau, si elle s’inspire le plus souvent de la jurisprudence française, s’en écarte parfois. [less ▲]

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See detailCompte rendu de C. Devaux, La fabrique du droit du commerce international - Reguler les risques de capture
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in Revue Critique de Droit International Privé (2020), (1), 193

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