‘Towards a European Commercial Court?’

“The prospect of Brexit has led a number of countries on the European continent to take measures designed to make their civil justice systems more attractive for international litigants: In Germany, the so-called ‘Justice Initiative Frankfurt’, consisting of lawyers, judges, politicians and academics, has resulted in the creation of a special chamber for commercial matters at the District Court in Frankfurt which will, if both parties agree, conduct the proceedings largely in English …” (more)

[Giesela Ruehl, Conflict of Laws .net, 11 August]

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