Schadensersatz wegen der Verletzung einer internationalen Gerichtsstandsvereinbarung? 978-3-16-154886-4 - Mohr Siebeck
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Jennifer Antomo

Schadensersatz wegen der Verletzung einer internationalen Gerichtsstandsvereinbarung?

Eine Untersuchung von Schadensersatz- und anderen materiellrechtlichen Erstattungsansprüchen wegen der Missachtung einer internationalen Gerichtsstandsvereinbarung

[Damages for Breaching an International Jurisdiction Clause? A Study of Damages and Other Substantive Reimbursement Claims in Cases of Violation of International Choice of Court Agreements.]

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Jennifer Antomo examines if it would be possible to claim damages for breaches of international choice of court agreements. She analyses relevant foreign case law, and discusses the topic's dogmatic and political aspects from the German courts' perspective. She then goes on to explore the differences arising from the application of the Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements and the revised Brussels I Regulation.
Parties to international commercial contracts often agree on the exclusive jurisdiction of a certain state's courts. However, such international choice of court agreements are not always respected by the parties and neither are they binding in some jurisdictions. Remedies, such as anti-suit injunctions, do not always protect the party relying on the agreement from the consequences of being sued in a derogated forum. Jennifer Antomo examines if it would be possible to claim damages for the breach of an international choice of court agreement. The author analyses relevant foreign case law, and discusses the topic's dogmatic and political aspects from the German courts' perspective. She then goes on to explore the differences arising from the application of the Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements and the revised Brussels I Regulation.
Authors/Editors

Jennifer Antomo Geboren 1986; Studium der Rechtswissenschaften in Mainz und Athen; 2011 Erstes Staatsexamen; Doktorandin und Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin an der Universität Mainz mit Forschungsaufenthalt an der NYU School of Law; Referendariat am Landgericht Wiesbaden mit Stationen in Wirtschaftskanzleien in Frankfurt a.M. und London; 2016 Promotion und Zweites Staatsexamen; ab dem WS 2016 Habilitandin an der Universität Mainz.

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In: IPRax — 2018, 646
In: HAVE/REAS — 2018, 99