The future of the European law of civil procedure : coordination or harmonisation? / edited by Fernando Gascón Inchausti and Burkhard Hess.

The European lawmaker is currently overseeing what appears to be a paradigm shift in the way that cross-border litigation is conducted within the European Union (EU). This matter was initially conceptualised from the perspective of international judicial cooperation, based on the notion of mutual re...

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Other Authors: Gascón Inchausti, Fernando (Editor), Hess, Burkhard (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: Cambridge, United Kingdom : Intersentia, [2020]
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Fernando Gascón Inchausti and Burkhard Hess
  • Initial remarks on the methodological approaches to procedural harmonisation
  • Procedural harmonisation by the European Court of Justice : procedural autonomy and the member states' perspective / Stephanie Law and Janet T. Nowak
  • Constitutionalisation of European civil procedure as a starting point for harmonisation
  • Have the EU regulations on judicial cooperation fostered harmonisation of national procedures? / Fernando Gascón Inchausti
  • Harmonisation of the rules on protective measures? : the European account preservation order / María Luisa Villamarín López
  • Harmonising access to information and evidence : the directives on intellectual property and competition damages / Enrique Vallines García
  • Harmonisation of confidential information protection in legal proceedings : the trade secrets directive / Patricia Llopis Nadal
  • Procedural harmonisation and private enforcement in the GDPR / Marta Requejo Isidro
  • The ELI/UNIDROIT project : a general introduction / Elisabetta Silvestri
  • The ELI/UNIDROIT European rules of civil procedure : access to information and evidence / Michael Stürner
  • Harmonisation of the rules on judgments and appeals in Europe : a few remarks from the inside / Christoph A. Kern
  • The 2017 directive proposal on common minimum standards of civil procedure in the European Union / Fernando Gascón Inchausti
  • The 2017 proposal of the European Parliament on common minimum standards of civil procedure / Vincent Richard
  • A final comment on the future evolution of civil procedure in Europe / Elisabetta Silvestri.