|Date:||Thursday, 11:30 - 1:30pm|
Content:An increasing number of international business transactions as well as an increasing number of international marriages and other familiy relations is accompanied by an increasing amount of transnational litigation. Parties to international transactions may sue or be sued abroad. Domestic judgments eventually must be enforced abroad and foreign judgments must be enforced in domestic courts.´
This course will give an introduction into the problems of transnational litigation. The course then will focus on international jurisdiction and enforcement of foreign judgments under Regulations (EC) 44/2001 and 2201/2003 as well as under Brussels and Lugano Conventions, other Conventions and domestic law.
- Syllabus (pdf-file)
- Presentation (pdf-file)