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Research Handbook on the Brussels Ibis Regulation

Edited by Peter Mankowski, Prof. Dr., Faculty of Law, University of Hamburg, Germany
This timely Research Handbook addresses the cutting edges of the Brussels Ibis Regulation, in particular its place within the overall system of EU law and its adaptations in response to lawsuits or the needs of particular industries. Featuring original research by leading academics from across Europe, chapters take a systematic approach to examining a broad variety of topics in relation to this, analysing the most recent developments in legislation and practice and providing an outlook on the future of this field of EU law.
Extent: c 392 pp
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Publication Date: March 2020
ISBN: 978 1 78811 078 5
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  • Public International Law
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The Brussels Ibis Regulation is the magna carta for jurisdiction and the free circulation of judgments in civil and commercial matters in the EU, and forms a cornerstone of the Internal Market. This timely Research Handbook addresses the cutting edges of the regime, in particular its place within the overall system of EU law and its adaptations in response to specific kinds of lawsuits or the needs of particular industries.

Featuring original research by leading academics from across Europe, chapters take a systematic approach to examining a broad variety of topics in relation to the Brussels Ibis Regulation. Such topics include collective redress, injunctive relief, lis pendens and third states, negotiorum gestio, arbitration, intellectual property lawsuits, and its interface with the European Insolvency Regulation (Recast). Moving beyond what is offered by textbooks and commentaries, this incisive Research Handbook analyses the most recent developments in legislation and practice, as well as providing an outlook on the future of this field of EU law.

This Research Handbook will prove a critical read for scholars and students of EU law. Judges and practitioners working in this area will also find its insights to be of significant practical relevance.
‘Professor Mankowski, at the head of a select group of jurists from different European countries, has chosen to analyze some of the most important issues of the Brussels Ibis Regulation frequently discussed in court. If you are looking for a clear, accurate and rigorous legal analysis, this is the right book for you.’
– Alfonso-Luis Calvo Caravaca, Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain

‘This timely book makes a major contribution to EU Private International Law by exploring and analysing 15 highly topical and emerging areas of international civil and commercial practice: it draws together arguments, presently scattered across the specialist literature of many legal systems, to illuminate each area by such excellent and clear expert comment that its purchase is plainly essential. Courts, practitioners and academics will all soon have reason to be grateful for its publication.’
– Jonathan Fitchen, University of Aberdeen, UK
Contributors include: T. Arons, S. Bollée, F.M. Buonaiuti, T. Dornis, P. Franzina, T. Garber, C. Heinze, A. Leandro, L. Loacker, P. Mankowski, J. Meeusen, G. Payan, A. van Hoek, D.M. Vicente, M.M. Winkler

Contents:

Editor’s introduction
Peter Mankowski

1. Collective redress and the Brussels Ibis Regulation
Tomas Arons

2. Arbitration and the twists of Recital (12) Brussels Ibis Regulation
Sylvain Bollée

3. Negotiorum gestio and the Brussels Ibis Regulation
Tim Dornis

4. Material validity of choice of court agreements and the private international law of the lefori prorogati
Pietro Franzina

5. Injunctive relief and the Brussels Ibis Regulation
Thomas Garber

6. Intellectual property lawsuits and the Brussels Ibis Regulation: A world apart?
Christian Heinze and Cara Warmuth

7. Collective labour law and the Brussels Ibis Regulation
Aukje van Hoek

8. The interface of the Brussels Ibis Regulation and the European Insolvency Regulation (Recast)
Antonio Leandro

9. Consumer jurisdiction, geoblocking and the advance of the Digital Internal Market
Leander Loacker

10. The impact of the Brussels Ibis Regulation on the ‘Second Generation’ of European Procedural Law
Peter Mankowski

11. Lis pendens and third states
Fabrizio Marongiu Buonaiuti

12. The Brussels Ibis Regulation and discrimination under EU primary law
Johan Meeusen

13. Culpa in contrahendo and the Brussels Ibis Regulation
Dário Moura Vicente

14. Art. 55 Brussels Ibis Regulation, enforcement by penalty and the astreinte
Guillaume Payan

15. Internationally mandatory rules and choice of court agreements
Matteo M. Winkler

Index