The research study ‘The application of Brussels I (recast) in the legal practice of EU Member States’ seeks to get a better understanding of the functioning of the recast Brussels I-bis Regulation (Reg. 1215/2012) that became applicable on 10 January 2015. It focuses on a number of changes that have been made in comparison with the previous Regulation.
This web survey is directed at EU legal practitioners and academic experts. Completing the survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes. Respondents can also choose to complete this survey in French, German or Dutch. Your answers will be treated carefully and participation is anonymously. Following completion of the survey, you will be asked whether you are available participate in a brief telephone interview. For this purpose only you will need to provide your contact details. Click on the 'Next'-button to start this web survey.
The research study is carried out by the Asser Institute (The Hague) in collaboration with Erasmus School of Law (Erasmus University Rotterdam) and the Leibniz Institute (University of Amsterdam).
For any questions or clarification you can contact Prof. Xandra Kramer (Erasmus School of Law) and Michiel de Rooij (Asser Institute) at BXL1bis@asser.nl.
Together with the distribution of this survey a discussion platform has been opened.
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‘The application of Brussels I (recast) in the legal practice of EU Member States’ project is a cooperation between:
Co-funded by the
Justice Programme (2014-2020)
of the European Union