Posts Tagged common conflict-of-laws rules on the third-party effects of assignments of claims
A former dean of ours reportedly once suggested that the last thing one should do with something urgent, is tackle it immediately. I have had a draft post on the EC’s assignment proposals in my ledger since 20 March 2018. Colleagues in private law (prof Matthias Storme, too) had already flagged the issues with the applicable law proposal COM(2018) 96 in particular. Now the need for a separate post has been overtaken by Alexander Hewitt’s excellent overview here, following EP first reading.
No more needs to be said.
(Handbook of) EU private international law, 2nd ed. 2016, Chapter 3.