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Book review: Brussels Ibis regulation: Changes and challenges of the renewed procedural theme

Abstract : This new addition to the series "Short studies in private international law" deals with the most significant modifications to the jurisdictional scheme within the common European judicial area, as they result from the recast Brussels I Bis Regulation (1215/2012) on jurisdiction and judgments (applicable as from January 2015). It contains six contributions from specialists in the procedural dimensions of private international law, covering the amended rules on lis pendens or parallel procedures, the revised regimes for choice of forum agreements, the changes in respect of the procedural position of weaker parties, the situation resulting from the abolition of exequatur, new developments in respect of provisional measures, and the relationship between the regulation and other international instruments. [First paragraph]
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Horatia Muir Watt. Book review: Brussels Ibis regulation: Changes and challenges of the renewed procedural theme. Common Market Law Review, Kluwer Law International, 2018, 55 (4), pp.1291 - 1292. ⟨hal-03260221⟩

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