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Brussels Regulation: Reflexive Interpretation Applied

31 May 2012

Practical Law Company

The basic rule of the Brussels Regulation (44/2001/EC) is that a defendant domiciled in an EU member state must be sued there, subject only to exceptions set out in the Regulation itself. However, a recent High Court judgment has found in favour of a more liberal interpretation of the Regulation, which is known as giving "reflexive effect".

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