Brexit & Conflict of Laws: Part 3

In the final part of this series I look at how English law’s approach to the  choice of applicable law may change post Brexit. For historical and political reasons the change may be radical. I conclude this series of blogs by making tentative predictions as to how English law’s approach to the conflict of laws…

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Brexit & Conflict of Laws: Part 2

To understand how the situation might change post Brexit, one first has to consider the status quo. Council Regulation (EC) No 1215/2012, aka Brussels Recast, aka Judgment Regulation Recast, aka Brussels II, determines matters of jurisdiction for EU members apart from Denmark who opted out of the Regulation. As an EU regulation, Brussels II has…

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Brexit & Conflict of Laws: Part 1

Uncertainty flourishes in post-Brexit Britain. What deal will Britain strike with the rest of the EU? Or, for that matter, will Britain strike a deal with the EU? How will the government manage to negotiate a deal to retain access to the single market and restrict free movement of people? These huge political, social, economic…

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Committeri v (1) Club Mediterranée SA (2) Generali Assurances Iard SA [2016] EWHC 1510 (QB) – Package Travel Regulations, Jurisdiction, Rome I, Rome II

This blog post is by James Beeton of 12 King’s Bench Walk. This interesting jurisdictional dispute involved an examination of the nature of a package tour operator’s duty of care – is the duty contractual or non-contractual? The answer to this question raised corresponding issues as to the applicability and effect of Rome I and II.

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Message from the Editors

Bienvenido, Willkommen, Bienvenue, स्वागत, Selamat dating, 欢迎光临, ‫أهلاً و سهل In case you are not a polyglot, welcome to the International & Travel Law Blog!

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