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Trevor Hartley, Professor Emeritus of Law, London School of Economics
Trevor Hartley is Professor Emeritus of Law at the London School of Economics, where he has taught since 1969, after five years at the University of Western Ontario, Canada. He has been a visiting professor at the Universities of California (Berkeley), Michigan, Florida, and Texas and at the College of Europe, Bruges. He has published many books and articles on EU Law and Private International Law, including International Commercial Litigation (Cambridge University Press, 2009), The Foundations of European Community Law, 7th ed. (Oxford University Press, 2010) and European Union Law in a GlobalContext (Cambridge University Press, 2004). He co-authored the official report on the 2005 Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements. He is a member of the American Law Institute and the Committee that advises the British Government on private international law (Ministry of Justice).
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. Introduction Which Instrument? 2. Territorial Application 3. From what date do the instruments apply? 4. Subject-matter scope 5. International Scope 6. Conflict of Instruments Validity and Effect 7. Validity of Choice-of-Court Agreements 8. Effects of Choice-of-Court Agreements 9. Recognition and enforcement of judgments 10. Remedies and Procedure 11. Concurrent proceedings Special Topics 12. Insurance 13. Consumer contracts under Brussels and Lugano 14. Individual contracts of employment under Brussels and Lugano 15. Immovable Property 16. Companies 17. Intellectual Property Selected provisions from the Brussels Convention, the Brussels 1 Regulation and the Lugano Convention Appendices Choice-of-court provisions in the Brussels Convention, Brussels 2000, Brussels 2012, the Lugano Convention of 1988 and the Lugano Convention of 2007 Brussels 2012: Text of the Regulation Hague: Text of the Convention and Hartley/Dogauchi Report Extracts from Nygh/Pocar Report