Recognition and Enforcement
Author: Haggai Carmon
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
A judgment in a civil matter rendered in a foreign country is not automatically recognized in Israel. Before a judgment will be recognized or enforced, it must first undergo a domestic integration process. A declaration that a foreign judgment is enforceable in Israel is dependent upon its meeting certain conditions specified by statute, irrespective of whether recognition of the foreign judgment is indirect or direct. These conditions serve as the main route for giving validity to foreign in rem judgments and to personal status judgments, which cannot otherwise be enforced; recognition of a judgment as enforceable, however, enables it to be executed. The book integrates lucid, theoretical analysis of the issues of enforcement and recognition of foreign judgments with practical instructions. It thus serves as a valuable guide for anyone seeking answers to the questions examined in the book, whether in the context of international commerce or to resolve transnational legal disputes. Despite the complexity of the questions addressed in the book, they are given accurate and easily understandable answers. Haggai Carmon’s book grapples with the range of issues arising from the recognition of foreign judgments and their enforcement, i.e., the declaration that they are enforceable judgments. The book thoroughly and methodically examines these issues...Haggai Carmon has outstanding expertise in international law. He has a breadth of legal knowledge and extensive experience in both the theoretical and practical aspects of both private and public international law. He serves as legal counsel to commercial entities as well as foreign governmental agencies; amongst others, he is an outside legal counsel to the government of the United States. As this text reflects, Haggai Carmon is also a first-rate scholar and he shares his knowledge in a style that is suitable to every reader. -Eliezer Rivlin, Deputy Chief Justice, the Israel Supreme Court
Author: Robert E. Lutz
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This 2007 book assists lawyers in navigating the procedures and strategies in enforcing foreign judgments.
Author: Shimon Shetreet,Walter Homolka
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
This book provides a concise introduction to the basics of Jewish law. It gives a detailed analysis of contemporary public and private law in the State of Israel, as well as Israel’s legal culture, its system of government, and the roles of its democratic institutions: the executive, parliament, and judiciary. The book examines issues of Holocaust, law and religion, constitutionalization, and equality. It is the ultimate book for anyone interested in Israeli Law and its politics. Authors Shimon Shetreet is the Greenblatt Professor of Public and International Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. He is the President of the International Association of Judicial Independence and World Peace and heads the International Project of Judicial Independence. In 2008, the Mt. Scopus Standards of Judicial Independence were issued under his leadership. Between 1988 and 1996, Professor Shetreet served as a member of the Israeli Parliament, and was a cabinet minister under Yitzhak Rabin and Shimon Peres. He was senior deputy mayor of Jerusalem between 1999 and 2003. He was a Judge of the Standard Contract Court and served as a member of the Chief Justice Landau Commission on the Israeli Court System. The author and editor of many books on the judiciary, Professor Shetreet is a member of the Royal Academy of Science and Arts of Belgium. Rabbi Walter Homolka PhD (King’s College London, 1992), PhD (University of Wales Trinity St. David, 2015), DHL (Hebrew Union College, New York, 2009), is a full professor of Modern Jewish Thought and the executive director of the School of Jewish Theology at the University of Potsdam (Germany). The rector of the Abraham Geiger College (since 2003) is Chairman of the Leo Baeck Foundation and of the Ernst Ludwig Ehrlich Scholarship Foundation in Potsdam. In addition, he has served as the executive director of the Masorti Zacharias Frankel College since 2013.The author of "Jüdisches Eherecht" and other publications on Jewish Law holds several distinctions: among them the Knight Commander’s Cross of the Austrian Merit Order and the 1st Class Federal Merit Order of Germany. In 2004, President Jacques Chirac admitted Rabbi Homolka to the French Legion of Honor.
Author: American Bar Association. Section of International Law and Practice
Publisher: Section of International Law
Author: Dennis Campbell,Center for International Legal Studies,Suzanne Rodriguez
Author: Christian Walter,Barak Medina,Lothar Scholz,Heinz-Bernd Wabnitz
Publisher: Nomos Verlag
Der Band gibt einen Überblick über die wichtigsten Rechtsgebiete des israelischen Rechts Geschichte und Rechtsquellen des israelischen Rechts Verfassungsrecht Schuld- und Deliktsrecht Rechts des geistigen Eigentums Trusts und Antitrust-Recht Gesellschaftsrecht Arbeits- und Steuerrecht Familienrecht Strafrecht Internationales Privatrecht Israel und die EU Israel und das Völkerrecht Die Autorinnen und Autoren sind sämtlich ausgewiesene Spezialisten auf dem jeweils von ihnen behandelten Gebiet und lehren an renommierten israelischen Universitäten. Der Band ist für Studierende, Referendare, aber auch Rechtsanwälte, Steuer- und Unternehmensberater, Praktiker in Wirtschaft, Verwaltung, Justiz sowie Medien und jeden, der sonst mit dem israelischen Recht in Berührung kommt unbedingt zu empfehlen.
Author: Makhon le-meḥḳere ḥaḳiḳah ule-mishpaṭ hashṿaʼati ʻal shem Hari Saḳer
Author: Carel Baron van Lynden
Publisher: CRC Press
This reference book, arranged alphabetically by country, describes how to found jurisdiction in over 20 jurisdictions. A questionnaire-based analysis ensures consistent headings are used throughout to allow cross-referencing and points of comparison between the various jurisdictions covered. Despite the existence of various international conventions designed to ensure uniformity of approach, significant differences in the laws of various countries exist which make it possible to create jurisdiction in one country which is not possible elsewhere. This reference book, arranged alphabetically by country, describes in a clear but concise manner how to found jurisdiction in over 20 jurisdictions. A questionnaire-based analysis ensures consistent headings are used throughout to allow easy cross-referencing and points of comparison between the various jurisdictions covered.
Cases Argued and Adjudged
Author: United States. Court of Appeals (District of Columbia Circuit)
Category: Law reports, digests, etc
Important Contemporary Questions
Author: A. J. van den Berg
Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.
The collected papers in ICCA Congress Series no. 11, as reflected in its title, address important contemporary questions in international commercial arbitration. Included are contributions written by participants in the UNCITRAL Working Group on Arbitration and Conciliation on its current work on the requirement of a written form for an arbitration agreement, interim measures of protection and UNCITRAL?s Model Law on International Commercial Conciliation. Further contributions give leading practitioners? views on illegality in the formation and performance of contracts or in the conduct of the arbitration, examining questions on how the arbitral tribunal should deal with these vexed issues and how forgery and fraud may be detected. The factors that lead to acceptance by parties of the decisions of arbitrators are dealt with in contributions on the psychological aspects of dispute resolution. The volume concludes with a series of articles on arbitration under investment treaties written by experienced arbitrators and practitioners, with special emphasis on ICSID and NAFTA and the emerging issues of transparency, accountability and review. Contains lengthy articles on the ongoing work of UNCITRAL on proposed amendments to the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration and the recently adopted Model Law on International Commercial Conciliation Details the current thinking on the requirement of an arbitration agreement in writing and how this can be accommodated by the UNCITRAL Model Law and the 1958 New York Convention Addresses the granting of interim measures by arbitral tribunals and their enforcement by national and foreign courts Analyzes issues raised by illegality in the formation and performance of contracts and in the conduct arbitrations and provides a systematic overview of the answers given by legislation, arbitrators and courts Provides insight into the attitudes of arbitrators and parties regarding dispute settlement processes Addresses the changing public perception of arbitration under investment treaties