Written by a team of renowned experts on private international law in relation to family matters, chapters contextualize and examine the provisions of the Regulation, with clear insight into the rationale behind the text. The contributors engage critically with each article, analysing Rome III's overall effectiveness and offering a balanced critique from a variety of European perspectives.
Private international law scholars and practitioners alike will find this Commentary an incisive and useful point of reference. It will be of particular interest to those working in family law, including judges, lawyers, public notaries and family mediators, as well as graduate students looking for in-depth knowledge of the subject.
Contributors include: A. Boiché, L. Carpaneto, C. Chalas, S. Corneloup, S. Dominelli, P. Franzina, C. González Beilfuss, S.L. Gössl, P. Hammje, B. Heiderhoff, F. Jault-Seseke, N. Joubert, T. Kruger, C. Rupp, J. Verhellen
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