Chapter 3: International jurisdiction and applicable law
The chapter covers jurisdiction and choice of law applicable to Internet issues in the EU. The chapter first explores jurisdiction and recognition of judgments in the Brussels I Regulation (Recast), followed by the rules on the applicable law in the Rome I and Rome II Regulations. Finally, a brief overview of alternative dispute resolution methods is given. Private international law, Jurisdiction, Brussels I Regulation (Recast), choice-of-law, alternative dispute resolution
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