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Eva Lein

Biography Eva is Professor at the University of Lausanne. Her fields of expertise are private international law, international dispute resolution and comparative law. She also is a Senior Research Fellow and Director of the Centre for Comparative Law at BIICL. Eva is a qualified German lawyer. She fluent in English, French, Italian, Spanish and German and has been lecturing in various countries. She is Honorary Senior Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London and at Queen Mary University…

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New Specialist Commercial Courts - Changing Dispute Resolution post Brexit?

This project undertakes an assessment of new specialist Commercial Courts. These might change the litigation landscape post Brexit by attracting litigation business that traditionally went to the English courts. It has been a recent trend to create such courts in various jurisdictions where cases can be dealt with in English and under English law/ by English judges (see eg the Singapore or Qatar Commercial Courts). The perspective of Brexit has led to similar court initiatives in some…

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International-level dispute resolution for mass claims / human rights claims

Time: 16.30-19.15 (Registration from 16.00) Event followed by a drinks reception Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP The event is a panel discussion on international-level dispute resolution for mass claims / human rights claims. The event was prompted by the publication of Prof Maya Steinitz's book, The Case for an International Court of Civil Justice, which is about the resolution of transnational mass tort claims. …

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The Framework of Judicial Cooperation after Brexit Civil and Commercial Matters

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Rome II at 10: Looking back and ahead

Time: 16.30-19.15 (Registration from 16.00) Event followed by a drinks reception Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP It's time to celebrate 10 years since Rome II came into force. Its application over the last 10 years has given rise to numerous interesting legal and practical issues as the Courts have started to grapple with applying a novel legal regime. Specialist practitioners and academics from the UK and Europe…

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Complexity's Embrace The International Law Implications of Brexit

Complexity's Embrace                                                                                      The International Law Implications of Brexit Edited by Oonagh E. Fitzgerald and Eva Lein In Complexity's Embrace, international law practitioners and academics from…

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The Brussels I Regulation Recast

The Brussels I Regulation Recast Andrew Dickinson and Eva Lein Summarises the structure of the Regulation and the role played by the case law of the European Court of Justice Publication - Download PDF Share Links Publication - Tags

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Enhanced Court Fees The Government Response to Part 2 of the Consultation on Reform of Court Fees

Enhanced Court Fees The Government Response to Part 2 of the Consultation on Reform of Court Fees and Further Proposals for Consultation Publication - Download PDF Share Links Publication - Tags

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Factors Influencing International Litigants' Decisions to Bring Commercial Disputes to the London Based Courts

Factors Influencing International Litigants' Decisions to Bring Commercial Disputes to the London Based Courts Publication - Download PDF Share Links Publication - Tags

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Factors Influencing International Litigants' Decisions to Bring Commercial Disputes to the London Based Courts

BIICL conducted a study for the UK Ministry of Justice on factors influencing litigants' decisions to bring commercial disputes to London based courts. The project involved a broad fieldwork process including an online survey and qualitative interviews with legal practitioners and litigants in the UK and abroad who assessed the advantages and disadvantages of litigation in the UK. The assessment included the reasons for choice of court agreements in favour of English courts and choice…

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