European Succession Regulation: And then there were three

Alessia Paoletto outlines the implications of the latest ECJ judgment ‘The ECJ’s judgment in Oberle follows on the footsteps set by Mahnkopf. However, it is set to have much further reaching effects than its predecessor, in that it does not deal exclusively with a question concerning an individual provision of national law, but rather, with …
This post is only available to members.

Cases Referenced