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in Jurisprudence in a globalized world Sous la direction de FABRA-ZAMORA Jorge Luis Publié en 2020
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This chapter sees as a core question for global ‘post-monist jurisprudence’ law’s modes of encounters with alterity and attempts to probe the aesthetic, ethical or political underpinnings of the various modes of reasoning through which, in the Western world, law understands, and reacts to, extraneous norms and values. Indeed, the ‘global turn’ in law is not limited, as it would sometimes seem, to a tightening of its own structural linkages with the economy, but involves constant exposure or interactions with foreign societies, cultures and ideologies. In search of a response in legal form to ubiquitous otherness, including cultural difference, this chapter joins various strands of contemporary interdisciplinary scholarship in exploring the insights to be found in the specific methodologies of private international law. In other words, it focuses on the interdisciplinary ecology of those legal forms that embody a certain relationship to foreign laws and other forms of normativity. Post-monist legal approaches to otherness appear here as a ‘dangerous method’ that leads to a decentring of the self, a moment of void at the point of encounter of difference, a suspension of judgement. While such a method leaves behind the comfortable linearity of legal monism, a look towards private international law’s specific intellectual schemes shows that the ensuing vertigo is to be embraced as a form of enrichment of law’s horizons and modes of reasoning.

Il est frappant que le débat politique dans les démocraties occidentales, polarisé désormais autour de l’identité, collective ou individuelle, tend à emprunter des termes juridiques et, avec eux, de nouvelles formes de dogmatique. A cet égard, le droit est convoqué de plus en plus à titre défensif, pour produire un discours légitimant l’exclusion de l’altérité. Revenir, aujourd’hui, sur les méthodes du droit international privé, s’inscrit ainsi dans le questionnement que doivent mener toutes les sciences sociales et humaines sur les modes d’accueil de la différence des cultures, des pratiques ou des formes de vie. Profondément impliqué dans les processus de transformation que l’on désigne sous l’étiquette, devenue très polémique, de la globalisation, le droit international privé se prête en particulier à une interrogation sur la vision du monde dont il est porteur. Tandis que les divers concepts juridiques qui relèvent spécifiquement de son champ disciplinaire émigrent vers l’arène politique, au service d’une cause défensive ou offensive, protectrice de valeurs menacées ou promotrice de lumières, insulaire ou d’ouverture, selon les cas, elle est traversée en retour par les oppositions qui s’y affrontent autour de la place de l’extranéité au sein de la société nationale. (Résumé éditeur)

in Liber amicorum en hommage à Pierre Rodière Sous la direction de PATAUT Etienne Publié en 2019
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Sous la direction de MUIR WATT Horatia, BÍZIKOVÁ Lucia, BRANDÃO DE OLIVEIRA Agatha, FERNANDEZ ARROYO Diego Publié en 2019
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Providing a unique and clearly structured tool, this book presents an authoritative collection of carefully selected global case studies. Some of these are considered global due to their internationally relevant subject matter, whilst others demonstrate the blurring of traditional legal categories in an age of accelerated cross-border movement. The study of the selected cases in their political, cultural, social and economic contexts sheds light on the contemporary transformation of law through its encounter with conflicting forms of normativity and the multiplication of potential fora. (Publisher's abstract)

in Oxford handbook of comparative law Sous la direction de REIMANN Mathias, ZIMMERMANN Reinhard Publié en 2019
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If comparative legal studies are to retain their relevance in understanding the impact of global changes on existing local traditions, their modes of interaction and influence, and their strategies for survival, then, the article concludes, their focus certainly needs adjusting. This article attempts to examine the ways in which comparative law as a discipline is affected by the changes wrought by globalization, and in particular the challenges which such changes imply for the methodological agenda of comparative legal studies and for its ideological commitments. More pragmatically, it may also be useful to envisage the impact of increased access to information on foreign laws, and the growth of trans- or international sources of uniform law, on the practical usefulness of comparative law. [Editor's abstract]

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This contribution attempts to approach informal transnational authority through the lens of critical private international law. It subscribes to the underlying idea within this volume, according to which the workings of the highly complex dynamic between the public and the private are cardinal to understanding contemporary global shifts in transnational authority, placing the rise of informal transnational authority at its epicenter. Expressions of private authority in the global arena take place outside formal legal discourse. Capital expanding beyond state boundaries has organized its own forms of authority, which arbitrate, enforce and legitimize new processes and structures beyond the state. To understand the ways in which this has taken place, the methodological dimensions of private international law, which have been central to these processes, require closer scrutiny.

in Jurisprudence: an international journal of legal and political thought Publié en 2018
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This new addition to the series "Short studies in private international law" deals with the most significant modifications to the jurisdictional scheme within the common European judicial area, as they result from the recast Brussels I Bis Regulation (1215/2012) on jurisdiction and judgments (applicable as from January 2015). It contains six contributions from specialists in the procedural dimensions of private international law, covering the amended rules on lis pendens or parallel procedures, the revised regimes for choice of forum agreements, the changes in respect of the procedural position of weaker parties, the situation resulting from the abolition of exequatur, new developments in respect of provisional measures, and the relationship between the regulation and other international instruments. [First paragraph]

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The issue that the authors tackle here with great talent and clarity is the law’s notoriously weak responses to the horrifying legacy of globalization in terms of industrial disasters and abuse involving (1) multinational corporations and (2) innumerable individual victims in developing countries (in a large number of well-known instances, involving pharmaceutical testing, extractive industries, textile manufacturing and much more). In this respect, they identify a “missing link” in existing (unsuccessful) attempts to remedy transnational corporate misconduct through the channels provided by either public or private international law. On the one hand, the former, as we know, is still structurally inhibited from extending to private actors the duties it imposes on states. The missing link here is the lack of extraterritoriality of human rights law. On the other, the latter, according to the authors, offers very little beyond the indeterminate and otherwise unsatisfactory exception of public policy. As they see it, this leaves a gaping hole in the form of an unasked question: what are the moral (and legal) grounds on which the putative victims may assert claims for reparation against putative corporate defendants transnationally ? [First paragraph]

in Le droit à l'épreuve des siècles et des frontières Sous la direction de ANCEL Marie-Elodie Publié en 2018
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