Book Chapter

Private International Law of the European Union: Competence Questions Arising From the Proposed Rome II Regulation on Choice of Law in Non-Contractual Obligations

Citation

Beaumont P (2005) Private International Law of the European Union: Competence Questions Arising From the Proposed Rome II Regulation on Choice of Law in Non-Contractual Obligations. In: Brand R (ed.) Private Law, Private International Law, & Judicial Cooperation in the EU-US Relationship. First ed. CILE Studies, Volume 2. Pittsburgh: Thomson West, pp. 15-26. www.law.pitt.edu/cile.

Keywords
Private International Law, EU competence, tort, applicable law, Rome II Regulation

StatusPublished
FundersUniversity of Aberdeen
Title of seriesCILE Studies
Number in seriesVolume 2
Publication date30/09/2005
PublisherThomson West
Publisher URLwww.law.pitt.edu/cile
Place of publicationPittsburgh
ISSN of series1555-2365
ISBN0314952845