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Brussels Ibis Regulation - Changes and Challenges of the Renewed Procedural Scheme
Series: Short Studies in Private International Law

November 2016 Editor: Prof Dr Vesna Lazic , T.M.C. Asser Instituut, The Hague and Utrecht University, The Netherlands; University of Rijeka, Croatia
Editor: Steven Stuij , Erasmus School of Law, Rotterdam, The Netherlands



  • Published: November 2016
  • Pages: V, 152
  • Publisher: T.M.C. ASSER PRESS
  • Distributor: Springer

This book focuses on major amendments introduced in the Brussels I regulatory framework. The contributions scrutinise the changes introduced in the Brussels Ibis Regulation, a legal instrument that presents a core of the unification of private international law rules on the European Union level. It is one of the first publications addressing all the changes in the Brussels I regulatory scheme, which takes into consideration relevant CJEU case law up to July 2016.
The texts, written by legal scholars who have published extensively in the field of private international law and international civil procedure, will add to the development of EU private international law. In addition, the authors’ critical analysis may open further discussions on the topic and so benefit a consistent and harmonised application of the Regulation. In this respect the book takes a different approach than the commentaries which have so far been published.
It is primarily meant for legal academics in private international law and practitioners who are regularly engaged in cross-border civil proceedings. It may also be of added value to advanced students and to those with a particular interest in the subject of international litigation and more generally in the area of dispute resolution.

This book is the first in Short Studies in Private International Law. Short Studies in Private International Law are short-book publications devoted to topics in private international law, in particular international and European civil procedure. The volumes can be a result of papers presented at conferences but can also consist of short monographs or edited volumes on private international law, aimed to inform academics and practitioners timely of recent developments. The hardcover books are compact volumes of 100–150 pages and are characterized by fast, global electronic dissemination, standard publishing contracts, standardized manuscript preparation and formatting guidelines, and expedited production schedules.

About the editors:
Vesna Lazic is a Senior Researcher at the T.M.C. Asser Institute, an Associate Professor of Private Law at Utrecht University and Professor of European Civil Procedure at the University of Rijeka.
Steven Stuij is a Researcher at the T.M.C. Asser Institute and an external Ph.D. candidate at Erasmus School of Law, Rotterdam.