30 mai 2017

REVUE : Recueil des cours de l'Académie de droit international (vol. 381, 2017)

Erik JAYME, Georges BERMANN

Volume 381 of the Recueil des cours, Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law is out.



LES LANGUES ET LE DROIT INTERNATIONAL PRIVÉ
E. JAYME, professeur émérite à l’université de Heidelberg

I. Introduction: la langue comme élément essentiel de l’identité de la personne – langue et nation
II. Pasquale Stanislao Mancini
III. La langue maternelle : élément subsidiaire pour déterminer la loi applicable – le droit international privé classique

1. La double nationalité
2. La résidence habituelle
3. Les contrats : langue et choix tacite de la loi applicable
IV. Le « risque linguistique » : la méthode de l’adaptation de la loi applicable
V. L’application des lois qui imposent l’usage d’une certaine langue: question de forme ou de substance en droit international privé ou l’application nécessaire des «lois de police»
VI. La langue choisie par les parties et les notions du droit non applicable
VII. Le contrat «anglais»
VIII. La clause contractuelle sur la langue
IX. Synthèse


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ARBITRATION AND PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW
G. BERMANN, Professor at Columbia Law School

Chapter I. International commercial arbitration as a private international law enterprise
A. Introduction
B. International Arbitration as a distinctive private international law enterprise
Chapter II. Arbitral jurisdiction and the arbitration agreement
A. Introduction : personal and subject matter jurisdiction in the arbitration setting
B. Jurisdiction by consent : the arbitration agreement
C. Jurisdiction to determine arbitral jurisdiction
Chapter III. Choice of law governing the arbitration agreement
A. Introduction
B. Choice of law approaches
C. Multiplicity in the choice of law governing the arbitration agreement
D. General attitudes toward arbitration
E. Jurisdiction and arbitrability
Chapter IV. The lex arbitri and the arbitral seat
A. Introduction
B. Differences between arbitral seat and litigation forum
C. The role of the seat in “hosting” an arbitration
D. Determining the seat of an arbitration.
E. Delocalization
Chapter V. Parallel litigation and arbitration
A. Introduction : parallel litigation and parallel jurisdiction
B. Basic parallel litigation questions.
Chapter VI. Choice of substantive law
A. Introduction
B. Comparing choice of law in litigation and arbitration
C. Party agreement on choice of law
D. Choice of law in the absence of party agreement
E. Non-State law
F. Characterization of the law : substantive or procedural?
G. Error in choice of law
H. Ascertaining the content of foreign law
Chapter VII. Limits to party autonomy in choice of law
A. Introduction
B. Disregarding the parties’ choice of law
Chapter VIII. The award
A. Introduction
B. What is an award?
C. Majority awards and dissents
D. The form of awards
E. Forms of relief
F. The preclusive effect of arbitral awards
G. The precedential value of awards
Chapter IX. Annulment of awards
A. Introduction
B. The nature of annulment
C. Annulment grounds
D. Choice of law applicable to the grounds for annulment
E. Party Autonomy to vary the standards for annulment
F. Preclusive effect of prior determinations on grounds for annulment
G. Recognition and enforcement of annulled awards
Chapter X. Recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards
A. Introduction
B. Recognition and enforcement of judgments and arbitral awards
C. Recognition and enforcement under the New York Convention
D. Judgment recognition as an alternative to award recognition





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