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Brussels Ibis Regulation : Changes and Challenges of the Renewed Procedural Scheme

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Brussels Ibis Regulation : Changes and Challenges of the Renewed Procedural Scheme
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Brussels Ibis Regulation
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Changes and Challenges of the Renewed Procedural Scheme
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Brussels Ibis Regulation : Changes and Challenges of the Renewed Procedural Scheme
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  • Contents -- 1 The Revised Lis Pendens Rules in the Brussels Ibis Regulation -- Abstract -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Something Old: Court First Seised Has Priority to Decide About Jurisdiction -- 1.2.1 Basic Rule: Strict First-in-Time Approach -- 1.2.2 Exceptions -- 1.2.2.1 ECJ Case Weber: Exclusive Jurisdiction -- 1.2.2.2 Exclusive Jurisdiction Agreements -- 1.2.3 Consequences of a Strict Priority Rule -- 1.2.4 Possible Alternatives to the Status Quo -- 1.3 Something New Part I: Lis Pendens Rule for Actions Pending in Third States -- 1.3.1 Starting Point -- 1.3.2 Recast-Basic Principles -- 1.3.3 Open Questions -- 1.3.3.1 Order of Being Seised -- 1.3.3.2 Is the Court Allowed to Consider Substantive Law Aspects? -- 1.3.3.3 "Proper Administration of Justice", Forum Non Conveniens and Reflexive Effect -- 1.3.3.4 "Same Cause of Action" -- 1.3.3.5 (Expectation of) Recognition of Third State Decisions -- 1.3.3.6 Jurisdiction Pursuant to Articles 10-25 Brussels Ibis -- 1.3.3.7 "Pending" -- 1.3.3.8 Suspension of Prescription -- 1.3.4 Conclusions -- 1.4 Something New Part II: Priority for the Court Chosen to Decide on Jurisdiction -- 1.4.1 Starting Point -- 1.4.2 Recast-Basic Principles -- 1.4.3 Open Questions -- 1.4.3.1 Preventing "Reversed Torpedoes" by Prima Facie Examination? -- Possible Solutions de Lege Ferenda -- Solving the Problem de Lege Lata -- Allowing a Narrow Prima Facie Evaluation Seems Preferable -- Defining the Scope of Scrutiny -- 1.4.3.2 Time Limits or Preclusions? -- 1.4.3.3 Decision of the Derogated Court -- 1.4.3.4 Conclusions -- 1.5 Something New Part III: Notification and Recording Obligations -- 1.6 Summary -- 1.6.1 Overview -- 1.6.2 Overall Assessment of the Recast Version of the Lis Pendens System -- 1.6.3 Open Questions -- References -- 2 The Party Autonomy Paradigm: European and Global Developments on Choice of Forum
  • Abstract -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 A Paradigm on Party Autonomy -- 2.2.1 Party Autonomy Through the Lens of Other Disciplines -- 2.2.2 Party Autonomy in Private International Law -- 2.2.3 Empirical Data on Choice of Court -- 2.3 Choice of Forum in the Brussels Ibis Regulation -- 2.3.1 The Brussels Regime: Development and Shortcomings -- 2.3.2 Extended Scope, Substantive Validity Rule, and Severability Clause -- 2.3.3 Reversing the Lis Pendens Rule: Mutual Trust, Competition, and Efficiency -- 2.4 The Hague Choice of Court Convention -- 2.4.1 A Long Way Down the Road -- 2.4.2 Regulatory Framework -- 2.4.3 Interaction with the Brussels Ibis Regulation -- 2.5 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 3 Procedural Position of a 'Weaker Party' in the Regulation Brussels Ibis -- Abstract -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Rules on Jurisdiction in Brussels I Regulation -- 3.2.1 Brussels Ibis Regulation-Consequences for Weaker Party Disputes -- 3.2.1.1 Scope of Application Ratione Peronae -- 3.2.1.2 Revised Provision on Tacit Prorogation -- 3.2.1.3 Limited Binding Nature of Choice of Court Agreements Under the Brussels Ibis Regulation -- Choice of Court Agreements Under the Brussels I Regulation -- Choice of Court Agreements in Brussels Ibis Regulation -- Relevance of Other EU Legal Sources and the Case Law of the CJEU for the Limited Binding Nature of Choice of Court Agreements -- 3.3 Procedural Position of a Weaker Party-Rules on the Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments -- 3.4 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 4 The Enforcement of Monetary Final Judgments Under the Brussels Ibis Regulation (A Critical Assessment) -- Abstract -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 The System: Description -- 4.2.1 The New System in a Nutshell -- 4.2.2 What Exactly Does the Abolition of Exequatur Mean in Terms of Enforcement?
  • 4.2.3 Does the Abolition of Exequatur Interfere with National Enforcement Proceedings? -- 4.2.3.1 Brussels Ibis Regulation Rules on Enforcement Procedure -- 4.2.3.2 Denial of Enforcement on the Grounds of Article 45 -- 4.3 National Implementation of the System -- 4.3.1 National Reactions -- 4.3.2 Germany -- 4.3.2.1 UK, Ireland -- 4.3.2.2 Poland -- 4.3.3 National (Absence of) Reaction -- 4.4 Assessment -- 4.4.1 Specific Related Criticism -- 4.4.1.1 Lacunae and Insufficient Harmonisation -- 4.4.1.2 Where Enforcement Authorities and Parties Stand -- 4.4.2 Further Uncertainties -- 4.4.2.1 On a Replacement for the Transitional Role of Exequatur -- 4.4.2.2 On How to Handle (National) Objections to Enforcement -- 4.4.2.3 Remaining Open Queries -- 4.5 Conclusion -- References -- 5 Provisional and Protective Measures in the European Civil Procedure of the Brussels I System -- Abstract -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 The Acquis on Interim Relief Measures and Its Impact in the Recast -- 5.3 Provisional, Including Protective, Measures -- 5.3.1 The Lowest Common Denominator of Member States' Interim Relief Measures -- 5.3.1.1 Instrumentality -- 5.3.1.2 Measures for the Taking of Evidence -- 5.3.2 A Semantic Evolution? The References to the IP Directive -- 5.3.3 Echoes of the Recast in the European Account Preservation Order -- 5.3.4 Characterization in the Absence of a Taxonomy -- 5.4 Enforcement of Provisional Measures Abroad -- 5.4.1 The Double-Condition Test as a Detector of the Instrumental Character of a Measure -- 5.4.2 Enforcement of Provisional Measures in the Recast -- 5.4.3 Territorial Justification of Relief under Article 35 -- 5.4.4 No Enforcement Abroad of Ex Parte Measures by Surprise -- 5.5 Conclusions -- References -- 6 Brussels Ibis in Relation to Other Instruments on the Global Level -- Abstract -- 6.1 Introduction
  • 6.2 Article 71 of the Brussels I Regulation and Its Relationship with Other International Instruments -- 6.3 The Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements of 2005 -- 6.3.1 The Hague Convention: Status and Scope -- 6.3.2 Relationship with Other Conventions or REIO Legislation -- 6.3.3 Relationship with Articles 69 and 71 of the Brussels Ibis Regulation -- 6.4 The New York Arbitration Convention of 1958 -- 6.4.1 General Remarks -- 6.4.2 Reasoning in the West Tankers Judgment-Criticism and (Mis)Interpretation in Literature and Case Law -- 6.4.3 Commission's Proposal-Summary -- 6.4.4 Brussels Ibis Regulation -- 6.4.5 Gazprom Case -- 6.4.5.1 Opinion of the Advocate General -- 6.4.5.2 Gazprom Judgment -- 6.5 Concluding Remarks -- References
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