We are delighted to announce the arrival of our new partner, Isabelle Moy. A Sciences-Po graduate, Isabelle is trained both in French and in American law (Maîtrise, Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne, and Juris Doctor, Cornell Law School, New York).
It is not possible to apply the Convention of 25 October 1980 on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction between States which are not bound together by this legal instrument. This was the ruling of a Russian court of appeal on the 1st of October 2014. In this case, a Russian citizen and an… Lire la suite A Russian court of appeal refuses to apply the Convention of 25 October 1980 on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction between Italy and Russia
Useful Sites in international cases (divorce, child abduction, inheritance...) International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Reunite International Child Abduction Centre French Ministry of Justice French Ministry of Foreign Affairs Council of Europe Law of the European Union - Europa European Court of Justice European Court of Human Rights European body for the enhancement of judicial co-operation… Lire la suite USEFUL SITES IN INTERNATIONAL CASES
The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights has issued, on July 6th 2010, a major decision which has a significant impact on the interpretation and application of the Hague Abduction Convention within Europe and may well lead to a major split between the way that Convention is interpreted and applied within… Lire la suite Article 8 Of the European Convention on Human rights prevails on the Hague Convention on child abduction
Article published in Family Law Quarterly, Vol. 44, No. 1 (Spring 2010) p. 83-94 by the American Bar Association. All Rights Reserved. Alain CORNEC & Julie LOSSON, Paris Bar American Bar Association, Family Law Quarterly Introduction : US lawyers (and their clients) dealing with French cases have been infuriated for ages by the so-called “national… Lire la suite French Supreme Court Restates Rules on Jurisdiction, Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Decisions in Matrimonial Matters: A New Chance for Old Cases
Alain CORNEC & Julie LOSSON Lawyers at the Paris Bar Article to be published in June 2010 in the FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY. An abstract for our readers : US lawyers (and their clients) dealing with French cases have been infuriated for ages by the so-called “national jurisdiction privilege”, which thwarted enforcement in France of foreign… Lire la suite Forum Shopping News: French Supreme Court Restates Rules on Jurisdiction, Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Decisions in Matrimonial Matters. A new chance for old cases.
Alain Cornec & Allison Bull http://www.divorce.co.uk/Fullarticle/tabid/246/ItemID/124/View/Details/Default.aspx Article CORNEC BULL Family Law Whilst the House of Lords is going to examine the already famous Granatino v. Radmacher case concerning the impact of a German pre-nup in an English divorce, a new step has been recently taken by a French court about the consequences of an English… Lire la suite Another Step Towards Recognition of English Prenups; a French Court’s decision before Granatino v. Radmacher