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Universal civil jurisdiction : which way forward?

Universal civil jurisdiction : which way forward?

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Forlati, Serena, author. Franzina, Pietro, author.
Title Statement
Universal civil jurisdiction : which way forward? / edited by Serena Forlati and Pietro Franzina ; with the assistance of Mariangela La Manna.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Leiden ;   Boston :   Brill Nijhoff,   2021.  
Physical Medium
xi, 207 p. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
9789004408562 (hardback ; alk. paper)
요약
"Emeritus Professor of International Law, University of Florence Judge at the International Court of Justice While universal jurisdiction in criminal matters has been the subject of a substantial body of literature, much less attention has been given to universal civil jurisdiction, namely jurisdiction exercised by a State over a civil case when there are no significant connections between that case and the forum State. The present collection of essays provides a welcome contribution to the study of this topic. As could be expected, the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights (hereinafter, the Court) in Naït- Liman v Switzerland, rendered by the Grand Chamber in 2018, elicits several comments (especially those of Andrea Saccucci, Serena Forlati and Malgosia Fitzmaurice) and provides the background of most chapters. However, the volume also addresses various aspects of universal civil jurisdiction that were not considered in the judgment"--
Content Notes
The Case of Näit- Liman before the European Court of Human Rights a forum non conveniens for asserting the right of access to a court in relation to civil claims for torture committed abroad? / Andrea Saccucci -- The role of the European Court of Human Rights in the development of rules on universal civil jurisdiction Naït- Liman v Switzerland in the transition between the chamber and the grand chamber / Serena Forlati -- Interpretation of the European convention on Human Rights lessons from the Naït- Liman Case / Malgosia Fitzmaurice -- Public international law constraints on the exercise of adjudicatory jurisdiction in civil matters / Lucas Roorda and Cedric Ryngaert -- Universal civil jurisdiction and reparation for international crimes / Beatrice I. Bonafè -- Limitations to the exercise of civil jurisdiction in areas other than reparation for international crimes / Fabrizio Marongiu Buonaiuti -- Residual jurisdiction under the Brussels I Bis regulation an unexpected avenue to address extraterritorial corporate Human Rights violations / Mariangela La Manna -- The law applicable to the civil consequences of human rights violations committed abroad / Patrick Kinsch -- The changing face of adjudicatory jurisdiction / Pietro Franzina.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 189-203) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Jurisdiction (International law). Conflict of laws --Jurisdiction. Civil procedure. Process (Law). International law and human rights. Transitional justice. International crimes.
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Contents information

Author Introduction

Serena Forlati(엮은이)

Pietro Franzina(엮은이)

Information Provided By: : Aladin

Table of Contents

Foreword

Giorgio Gaja
List of Abbreviations

Notes on Contributors



Introduction

Serena Forlati and Pietro Franzina



1 The Case of Nait-Liman before the European Court of Human Rights: A
Forum Non Conveniens for Asserting the Right of Access to a Court in
Relation to Civil Claims for Torture Committed Abroad?

Andrea Saccucci



2 The Role of the European Court of Human Rights in the Development
of Rules on Universal Civil Jurisdiction: Nait-Liman v Switzerland in the
Transition between the Chamber and the Grand Chamber

Serena Forlati



3 Interpretation of the European Convention on Human Rights: Lessons
from the Nait-Liman Case

Malgosia Fitzmaurice



4 Public International Law Constraints on the Exercise of Adjudicatory
Jurisdiction in Civil Matters

Lucas Roorda and Cedric Ryngaert



5 Universal Civil Jurisdiction and Reparation for International Crimes

Beatrice I. Bonafe



6 Limitations to the Exercise of Civil Jurisdiction in Areas Other Than
Reparation for International Crimes

Fabrizio Marongiu Buonaiuti



7 Residual Jurisdiction under the Brussels I bis Regulation: An Unexpected
Avenue to Address Extraterritorial Corporate Human Rights Violations

Mariangela La Manna



8 The Law Applicable to the Civil Consequences of Human Rights Violations Committed Abroad

Patrick Kinsch



9 The Changing Face of Adjudicatory Jurisdiction

Pietro Franzina



Bibliography

Index

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