Brexit and judicial cooperation in civil matters: bibliographical references

The references whose bibliographic details are set out below represent only a part of the scholars’ production concerning the impact of Brexit on the legislative measures of the European Union in the field of private international law. The selection, edited by Ilaria Aquironi, favours recent contributions, preferably freely accessible online.

Ahmed, M., Beaumont, P., Exclusive Choice of Court Agreements: Some Issues on the Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements and Its Relationship with the Brussels I Recast Especially Anti-suit Injunctions, Concurrent Proceedings and the Implications of Brexit, in Journal of Private International Law, 2017, p. 386 ff.

Alberti., J., La (discutibile) reviviscenza delle Convenzioni di Bruxelles e Roma nei rapporti con il Regno Unito in seguito alla Brexit, in Eurojus, 2019, available here.

Beaumont, P., Private International Law Concerning Children in the UK After Brexit: Comparing Hague Treaty Law with EU Regulations, in Child and Family Law Quarterly, 2017, p. 213 ff., available here.

Briggs, A., Brexit and Private International Law: An English Perspective, in Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, 2019, p. 261 ff.

Davì, A., Zanobetti, A., Brexit: lo spazio giudiziario europeo in materia civile e commerciale all’alba dell’exit day, in Federalismi, 2020, available here.

Farina, A., Le anti-suit injunctions dopo la Brexit: alcune considerazioni alla luce dell’Accordo di recesso, in Studi sull’integrazione europea, 2020, p. 753 ff.

Hodson, D., Family Law Leaves the EU – A Summary Guide for Practitioners, LexisNexis, 2020.

Leandro, A., Brexit and Cross-Border Insolvency Looking Beyond the Withdrawal Agreement, in Diritto del commercio internazionale, 2020, p. 153 ff.

Lowe, N., What are the Implication of the Brexit Vote for the Law on International Child Abduction?, in Child and Family Law Quarterly, 2018, p. 253 ff.

Poesen, M., Civil and Commercial Private International Law in Times of Brexit: Managing the Impact, and Fostering Prospects for a Future EU-UK Cooperation, in Poesen, M., Sacco, M. (a cura di), Brexit and EU Law: A Way Forward, Vernon Press, 2019, p. 253 ff., available here.

Ragno, F., London fog: fuga del contenzioso commerciale internazionale verso porti più sicuri?, in Federalismi, 2020, available here.

Requejo Isidro, M., Brexit and the Future Partnership: A View from the Continent, in Ruiz Abou-Nigm, V., e Noodt Taquela, M.B., (a cura di), Diversity and Integration: Exploring Ways Forward, Edinburgh University Press, 2019, available here.

Rühl, G., Judicial Cooperation in Civil and Commercial Matters After Brexit: Which Way Forward?, in International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 2018, p. 99 ff., available here.

Rühl, G., Judicial Cooperation in Civil and Commercial Matters British-European Relations Post-Brexit: A Legal Kaleidoscope, available here.

Rühl, G., Private International Law Post-Brexit: Between Plague and Cholera, in Revue de Droit Commercial Belge, 2020, p. 21 ff., available here.

Rühl, G., Settlement of International Commercial Disputes Post-Brexit, or: United We Stand Taller, in Kämmerer, J.A., e Schäfer H-B., (a cura di), Brexit and the Law. An Interdisciplinary Study, Edward Elgar, 2020, available here.

Tuo, C.E., The Consequences of Brexit for Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters: Some Remarks, in Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, 2019, p. 302 ff.

Ungerer, J., Consequences of Brexit for European Private International Law, in European Papers, 2019, available here.

Vallar, G., La Commissione fornisce ulteriori indicazioni relative all’impatto della Brexit sull’applicazione del diritto internazionale privato e processuale europeo nel Regno Unito e negli Stati membri in relazione a situazioni che coinvolgono il Regno Unito, in Eurojus, 2020, available here.