Contractual Networks in European Private International Law

(2016) 65(3) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 581-614

46 Pages Posted: 24 Mar 2016 Last revised: 12 Jul 2016

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Ugljesa Grusic

Faculty of Laws, University College London

Date Written: March 24, 2016

Abstract

This article examines private international law issues raised by transnational contractual networks. The focus is on choice-of-law questions that arise in the context of 1) relations between network members who are contractually bound to one another, 2) relations between network members not connected directly by bonds of contract, and 3) relations between the network and the outsiders. The aim is to assess whether, and to what extent, European private international law is capable of dealing with some of the key challenges posed by contemporary economic and social activity.

Keywords: private international law, conflict of laws, contractual networks, choice of law, EU law, Rome I, Rome II, contract, tort

Suggested Citation

Grusic, Ugljesa, Contractual Networks in European Private International Law (March 24, 2016). (2016) 65(3) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 581-614, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2754026

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