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Public policy in Brussels regulation I
Tomaž Keresteš, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: This article deals with the notion of public policy in the framework of Brussels system the past, present and future. Author concludes that Brussels I Recast Regulation did not change much regarding the public policy issue. Even though initially there were thoughts that it should be removed from the system altogether, at the end only the exequatur has been abolished, but the public policy exception remained. As there was no significant change related to the public policy exception in the last Regulation, all the case law made under Brussels Convention and Brussels I Regulation is still applicable. This means that the public policy exception can be based on either procedural or substantive public policy arising out of national legal order and suitable for international relations (international public policy). There are also emerging contours of pure EU public policy. However, this one is still not supplementing the public policy based on national legal rules as this is a hallmark of European diversity.
Keywords: Brussels Regulation I, Brussels Convention, Court of Justice of the EU, contradictory principle, judgement, public policy
Published: 02.08.2018; Views: 262; Downloads: 35
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The new Brussels I regime and arbitration
Petra Hietanen-Kunwald, Rikka Koulu, Santtu Turunen, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: As the revision process of Brussels I Regime has focused on the abolition of exequatur procedures, the interface between the Regulation and arbitration has been mostly a side note. Regardless of the fact that the systems of the Brussels I Regime and arbitration are two separate autonomous systems, overlapping issues arise. These interfaces have been discussed in the case-law of ECJ and later during the revision process. In the end, recitals elaborating the interface were added to the preamble of the Regulation, but no changes to the arbitration exclusion were introduced. The recital 12 aims to clarify how the arbitration exclusion adopted in the Regulation should be interpreted in the future. However, future case-law of ECJ is elemental to define the full meaning of the recitals.
Keywords: Brussels I, arbitration, New York Convention, lis pendens, parallel proceedings
Published: 02.08.2018; Views: 177; Downloads: 35
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