This is a fresh and stimulating book on new challenges for civil justice. It brings together leading experts from across the world to discuss relevant topics of civil justice from regional, cross-border, international and comparative perspectives. Inter alia, this book will focus on multinational rules and systems of dispute resolution in the era of a global economy, while also exploring accountability and transparency in the course of civil justice. Transnational cooperation in cross-border insolvency, regionalism in the process of recognition and enforcement of foreign titles, and the application of electronic technologies in judicial proceedings, including new types of evidence also play a major role.
Technology, the Global Economy and other New Challenges for Civil Justice is a compact and accessible overview of new developments in the field from across the world and written for those with an interest in civil justice.
KOICHI MIKI is a professor of law at Keio University, Tokyo (Japan) and president of the Japanese Association of the Law of Civil Procedure.
With contributions by Ronald A. Brand (University of Pittsburg), Tanja Domej (University of Zurich), Frédérique Ferrand (Institut de droit comparé Édouard Lambert), Yulin Fu (Peking University), Athanassios Kaissis (International Hellenic University), Christoph A. Kern (Ruprecht-Karls-University, Heidelberg), Georg Kodek (Austrian Supreme Court), Junichi Matsushita (University of Tokyo), Koichi Miki (Keio University Tokyo), Daniel Mitidiero (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre), Ho Moon-hyuck (Seoul National University), Joan Picó (Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona), Linda Silberman (New York University), Etsuko Sugiyama (Hitotsubashi University), Francisco Verbic (UNLP) and Margaret Woo (Northeastern University).