IPR, Proces & Arbitrage: Over grondslagen en rechtspraktijk

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This book discusses the fundamentals underlying the conflict of laws and how the conflict of laws and foreign law are treated in judicial and arbitral proceedings.
In the first chapters the historical development of the conflict of laws and its modern bases are discussed. In this respect it is also discussed how international law and community law can affect the conflict of laws and the result of its application. The next chapters discuss how the fundamentals of the conflict of laws are applied in practice. Thereto, it is examined how the conflict of laws is dealt with in proceedings at the District Courts, the Courts of Appeal and the Supreme Court and how Dutch procedural law affects the application of the conflict of laws in these proceedings. Subsequently, the author discusses the position of foreign law in proceedings at the District Courts, the Courts of Appeal and the Supreme Court, how the merits of foreign law should be determined and what should be done if this is not possible within a reasonable period. The author also explores the conflict of laws’ procedural interest requirement and the facultative conflict of laws. Lastly, the author addresses how the conflict of laws plays a role in arbitral proceedings. In that context it is amongst other things discussed how the law applicable to the arbitrability, the competence of the parties, the arbitration agreement, the rules governing the arbitral proceedings and the material dispute dividing the parties must be determined.
Originele taal-2Dutch
KwalificatieDoctor of Philosophy
Toekennende instantie
  • Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Begeleider(s)/adviseur
  • ten Wolde, Mathijs, Supervisor
Datum van toekenning1-dec-2015
Plaats van publicatie[Groningen]
Uitgever
Gedrukte ISBN's978-90-367-8391-0
Elektronische ISBN's978-90-367-8390-3
StatusPublished - 2015

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