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Forum non conveniens further constrained

Forum non conveniens further constrained
Forum non conveniens further constrained
Comments on the Chancery Division judgment in Skype Technologies SA v Joltid Ltd which clarified whether the English courts had, following the European Court of Justice ruling in Owusu v Jackson (t/a Villa Holidays Bal Inn Villas) (C-281/02), any discretion to decline jurisdiction in a matter in which the parties had entered into an exclusive jurisdiction agreement submitting to the English courts and one of the parties was domiciled in an EU Member State so that Regulation 44/2001 art.23(1) applied to the agreement. Considers whether the answer would be different if neither party was EU domiciled
0021-9460
522-528
Baatz, Yvonne
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Sandiforth, Alexander
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Baatz, Yvonne
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Sandiforth, Alexander
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Baatz, Yvonne and Sandiforth, Alexander (2010) Forum non conveniens further constrained. Journal of Business Law, 6, 522-528.

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Comments on the Chancery Division judgment in Skype Technologies SA v Joltid Ltd which clarified whether the English courts had, following the European Court of Justice ruling in Owusu v Jackson (t/a Villa Holidays Bal Inn Villas) (C-281/02), any discretion to decline jurisdiction in a matter in which the parties had entered into an exclusive jurisdiction agreement submitting to the English courts and one of the parties was domiciled in an EU Member State so that Regulation 44/2001 art.23(1) applied to the agreement. Considers whether the answer would be different if neither party was EU domiciled

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Published date: 2010

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Local EPrints ID: 179705
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/179705
ISSN: 0021-9460
PURE UUID: 4a362bce-9d44-4a42-8090-08224ee41898

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Date deposited: 04 Apr 2011 10:16
Last modified: 29 Jan 2020 14:25

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Author: Yvonne Baatz
Author: Alexander Sandiforth

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