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See detailConfirmation of the presence of chitin in fin cuticles of some blenniidae (Teleostei) by enzymatic and cytochemical methods
Jeuniaux, Charles ULg; Compère, Philippe ULg; Toussaint, Claudine et al

in Domard, Alain; Jeuniaux, Charles; Muzzarelli, Ricardo (Eds.) et al Advances in chitin sciences, volume I (1996)

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See detailConfirmative study of the effectiveness of thymopentin in active rheumatoid arthritis
Malaise, Michel ULg; Franchimont, P.; Hauwaert, Christian ULg et al

in Survey of Immunologic Research (1985), 4

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See detailConfirming the presence of hydrofluoric acid in the upper stratosphere
Zander, Rodolphe ULg; Roland, G.; Delbouille, L.

in Geophysical Research Letters (1977), 4(3), 117--120

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See detailConflagrations. La mosaïque du Coup de dés
Durand, Pascal ULg

in Belloi, Livio; Delville, Michel (Eds.) L’Œuvre en morceaux. Esthétiques de la mosaïque (2006)

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See detailLe conflit au Kurdistan et la diaspora kurde
Jamin, Jérôme ULg

Report (2001)

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See detailLe conflit dans l'état civil : l'envers du droit chez Thomas Hobbes
Herla, Anne ULg

Conference (2007, March 15)

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See detailLe conflit en démocratie : droit et politique - Conclusions
Bouhon, Frédéric ULg

Conference (2015, March 04)

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See detailLe conflit informatique. Gérer les ressources humaines dans le changement technologique
Pichault, François ULg

Book published by De Boeck/Editions Universitaires (1990)

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See detailConflit libyen et crise de l'euro : conséquences sur l'Europe de la défense
Dumoulin, André ULg; Struys, Wally

in revue de Défense nationale (2012)

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See detailLe Conflit sénégalo-mauritanien de 1989, analyse géopolitique
Gsir, Sonia ULg

Master's dissertation (1995)

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See detailLe conflit social éludé
Cusso, Roser; Dufresne, Anne; Gobin, Corinne et al

Book published by Academia-Bruylant (2008)

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See detailConflits collectifs et recours juridictionnels
Kefer, Fabienne ULg

in Journal des Tribunaux (1994)

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See detailLes conflits de procédure - étude de droit international privé comparé
Wautelet, Patrick ULg

Doctoral thesis (2002)

The dissertation focuses on multiple (or parallel) proceedings in private international litigation. In international civil disputes it is not unusual that jurisdiction for a particular dispute exists in ... [more ▼]

The dissertation focuses on multiple (or parallel) proceedings in private international litigation. In international civil disputes it is not unusual that jurisdiction for a particular dispute exists in several countries. In that case, each party may be tempted to start litigation in the forum most favorable to it, for example to take advantage of the forum’s more generous recovery rules or the extended possibilities of discovery. Similarly, one party can also choose to initiate proceedings in different countries for the same dispute. The question arises how the legal systems involved will and should deal with such ‘multi-fora’ disputes. The first question addressed is whether and to what extent the international legal community should strive to prevent and/or eliminate such duplicate proceedings. It is undubitable that multiple proceedings could lead to undesirable consequences, such as conflicting judgments. Concurrent jurisdiction also brings about a waste of (scarce) judicial resources, and unnecessary expenses for the litigants. To prevent altogether parallel proceedings from happening however, seems at best utopic or even dangerous. Even if the international community were to achieve a global agreement on a comprehensive set of jurisdiction rules, one cannot imagine that there rules would designate one and only one court for each particular dispute. The desire to concentrate jurisdiction for all related disputes in the hands of one court is indeed but one of the numerous factors influencing the allocation of jurisdiction in international matters. The dissertation therefore undertakes to study the rules and instruments that can be used to resolve parallel litigation once multiple proceedings have been issued. The study learns that courts can adopt a variety of attitudes when faced with parallel litigation. A legal system can decide to ignore altogether the fact that a foreign court is seised of parallel proceedings, relying on the res judicata effect of the first decision to be rendered. It can also decide to abstain from taking up the case in deference to the foreign proceedings. Finally it can try to put an end to the parallel proceedings, by enjoining a party from further proceeding before the foreign court. After an in-depth analysis of these different policies and of the various rules and instruments in which they are embodied, my conclusion is that the preference should be given to mechanisms whereby one court voluntarily declines jurisdiction in favor of the other. The preference I express for a mechanism of ‘international abstention’ is however qualified. Whether or not a court declines jurisdiction in favor of a foreign court, will depend inter alia on the confidence it has that justice will be done in the foreign forum. Even with a minimum level of trust and confidence between jurisdictions, the abstention rule can follow different models, from the continental lis alibi pendens rule, which offers almost automatic priority to the court first seised, to the common law doctrine of ‘forum non conveniens’, where priority goes to the more appropriate forum. Between these two extremes lies a world of nuances. The dissertation therefore attempts to formulate an abstention rule which will reconcile these seemingly opposed visions and explain in which circumstances and under which conditions a court should or can decline jurisdiction in deference to litigation pending before a foreign court. [less ▲]

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See detailLes conflits entre actionnaires - Prévention et Résolution
Caprasse, Olivier ULg; Aydogdu, Roman ULg

Book published by Larcier (2010)

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