The Rome I and Rome II Regulations in International Commercial Arbitration



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De Miguel Asensio, Pedro Alberto (2017) The Rome I and Rome II Regulations in International Commercial Arbitration. In The Impact of EU Law on International Commercial Arbitration. Juris, New York (USA), pp. 177-243. ISBN 978-1-944825-07-2

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I. Law Applicable to the Merits in Commercial Arbitration in the European Union.
A. Legal Framework in the Union and its Member States.
B. Arbitration Rules.
C. Arbitration Practice.
II. Scope of the Rome I Regulation with regard to Arbitration.
A. The Regulation as a Binding Instrument?
B. State Courts as Direct Addressees of the Regulation.
C. Scope and Significance.
III. Rome II Regulation.
A. Application.
B. Structure and Mandatory Conflict of Laws Rules.
IV. Choice-of-law Agreements: Meaning of the Rome I and II Regulations.
A. Limits to Party Autonomy.
B. Source of Guidance.
C. Non-Contractual Obligations.
V. Methods to Determine the Law Applicable in the Absence of Choice.
A. General Considerations.
B. Contracts.
C. Non-Contractual Obligations.
VI. International Mandatory Rules and Mandatory Conflict of Laws Rules.
A. The Rome Instruments and the Protection of EU Public Policy in Arbitration.
B. Effect of Overriding Mandatory Provisions.
C. Bilateral Conflict Rules and Scope of Public Policy Provisions.
VII. Conclusion

Item Type:Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords:Arbitration, Choice of Law, Rome Regulations, International Contracts, Non Contractual obligations
Subjects:Social sciences > European Union
Social sciences > European Union > Community law
Social sciences > Law > Private international law
Social sciences > Law > Commercial law
Social sciences > Law > Procedure (law)
JEL:341.9, 34(4-672UE)
ID Code:44826
Deposited On:04 Oct 2017 15:21
Last Modified:05 Oct 2017 08:15

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