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À la recherche d'un juste équilibre entre libertés fondamentales et droits fondamentaux dans le marché intérieur - Quelques réflexions à propos des arrêts Schmidberger et Omega

A. ALEMANNO

Revue du Droit de l'Union Européenne

2004, n°4

Départements : Droit et fiscalité, GREGHEC (CNRS)


Chine : l'incomplète réforme par le droit

S. Lubman, L. CHOUKROUNE

Esprit

février 2004, vol. 2, pp.122-136

Départements : Droit et fiscalité


Disparition du principe de spécialité dans la mise en cause pénale des personnes morales

N. STOLOWY

La Semaine Juridique

2 juin 2004, n°23, pp.995-999

Départements : Droit et fiscalité, GREGHEC (CNRS)


France Telécom, entre service public et secteur privé ou la tentation de Madrid

L. RAPP

Actualité Juridique Droit Administratif

2004, vol. 11, pp.579-590

Départements : Droit et fiscalité


Interdependência entre os Processos de Anulação e de Execução: Estudo Comparativo com Foco na Legislação Brasileira e Alemã (Interdependency between setting aside and enforcement proceedings: A comparative study focusing on Brazilian and German law

J. KLEINHEISTERKAMP

Revista Brasileira de Arbitragem

2004, n°1, pp.96-104

Départements : Droit et fiscalité


This comparative case study unveils a serious technical defect of the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration regarding the time limit for invoking defects of an international arbitral award: due to a flawed equation of foreign awards and awards made inland, the rules on enforcement cancel the limitation period of three months for requesting setting aside, thus allowing the party that lost arbitration to just await enforcement procedures before reacting. This structural defect is reproduced in jurisdictions that have been influenced by the Model Law, such as the Brazilian arbitration law of 1996. The comparison with the adoption of the Model Law by the German legislator shows how this defect can be avoided. Finally, the practical consequences of the question are being evaluated

Interdependência entre os Processos de Anulação e de Execução: Estudo Comparativo com Foco na Legislação Brasileira e Alemã (Interdependency between setting aside and enforcement proceedings: A comparative study focusing on Brazilian and German law

J. KLEINHEISTERKAMP

Derecho del Comercio International - Temas y Actualidades

2004, pp.126-134

Départements : Droit et fiscalité


This comparative case study unveils a serious technical defect of the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration regarding the time limit for invoking defects of an international arbitral award: due to a flawed equation of foreign awards and awards made inland, the rules on enforcement cancel the limitation period of three months for requesting setting aside, thus allowing the party that lost arbitration to just await enforcement procedures before reacting. This structural defect is reproduced in jurisdictions that have been influenced by the Model Law, such as the Brazilian arbitration law of 1996. The comparison with the adoption of the Model Law by the German legislator shows how this defect can be avoided. Finally, the practical consequences of the question are being evaluated.

Judicial Enforcement of the WTO Hormones ruling within the European Community: Toward an EC Liability for the non-implementation of WTO Dispute Settlement Decisions ?

A. ALEMANNO

Harvard International Law Journal

été 2004, vol. 45, n°2, pp.547-561

Départements : Droit et fiscalité, GREGHEC (CNRS)


KeyWords Plus: WORLD-TRADE ORGANIZATION; INTERNATIONAL-LAW; LEGAL SYSTEMS; UNION

La perspective Yadana : tribunaux et gouvernance des entreprises multinationales

K. MEDJAD

Risques & Management International

mai 2004, n°3, pp.151-166

Départements : Droit et fiscalité


Le Statut de Hong Kong, Autonomie ou Intégration

L. CHOUKROUNE, G. Zhu

Perspectives chinoises / China Perspectives

janvier-février 2004, n°81, pp.84

Départements : Droit et fiscalité


Rechtswahl und Ehevertrag: Zum Formerfordernis nach Art. 15 Abs. 3 EGBGB" [Party autonomy and marriage contracts: On the form requirements of Art. 15 paragraph 3 of the Introductory Act to the German Civil Code]

J. KLEINHEISTERKAMP

Praxis des Internationalen Privat- und Verfahrensrechts

septembre 2004, vol. 25, pp.399-402

Départements : Droit et fiscalité


Marriage contracts change the statutory regime of matrimonial property regarded as fair and just by the national legislator. In order to protect spouses from imprudent waivers of their statutory rights, these contracts have to be concluded before a notary public in order to be valid in Germany. The rules of the matrimonial property regime, however, can also be changed in international cases by a stipulation on the applicable of the parties (e.g. choosing complete separation by opting for Monegasque law). German conflict of law rules determine that, if the spouses conclude such choice-of-law agreement abroad, the agreement has to meet the form requirements for concluding a marriage contract according to the law chosen by the parties or the law of the place at which it is concluded. Nevertheless, German scholars unanimously defend the possibility of also accepting a less onerous form for the choice-of-law agreement if on the chosen law or the law of the place of conclusion require a lighter form as compared to the conclusion of a marriage contract. This article shows that literal, contextual, historical, and teleological interpretation can hardly uphold the theory of a lighter form requirement that would treat marriage contracts and choice-of-law stipulations differently


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