31st January 2013
This seminar looks at the application of foreign law rules under Rome II. Distinguished practitioners and academics from the UK and abroad will examine issues relating to the use of foreign law under Rome II, including the relevant procedural and evidential rules as well as methodologies for proving foreign law in the UK and elsewhere.
This event has been organised by Dr Duncan Fairgrieve & Dr Eva Lein, British Institute of International and Comparative Law
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