The book is edited by Ilaria Queirolo and Sergio Maria Carbone, that collected and co-ordinated the contributions written by many professors and researchers who devoted their studies to the topic of family relationships within the European Union. To this purpose, the book considers all the aspects related to family law that have been touched by European Community and European Union legislation (i.e: Part I: Family in the perspective of the free movement of persons; Part II: Family in the perspective of the protection of fundamental rights; Part III: The dissolution of marriage in the Brussels II (bis) Regulation; Part IV: The discipline of parental responsibility; Part V: Maintenance obligations), giving a critical reconstruction of the legal framework and a complex view to the critical issues arising from it. In this context Ilaria Queirolo is also the author of two chapters of the book: the first one (Premise), written together with prof. Carbone, underlines the legal basis of the European intervention in the field of family law, therefore giving a solid structure to the book by the identification of a common thread to all other contributions. The second chapter written by the Author (Chapter VIII) is precisely devoted to the critical analysis of the 2006 Commission proposal of amendment of Regulation 2201/2003 and considers the impact and the relapses that such amendments would entail for the Italian discipline. To this purpose, particular attention is given to the impact of introducing the relevance of parties’ autonomy in the field of family law, with reference to both jurisdiction and applicable law.

Diritto di famiglia e Unione europea

CARBONE, SERGIO;QUEIROLO, ILARIA
2008

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The book is edited by Ilaria Queirolo and Sergio Maria Carbone, that collected and co-ordinated the contributions written by many professors and researchers who devoted their studies to the topic of family relationships within the European Union. To this purpose, the book considers all the aspects related to family law that have been touched by European Community and European Union legislation (i.e: Part I: Family in the perspective of the free movement of persons; Part II: Family in the perspective of the protection of fundamental rights; Part III: The dissolution of marriage in the Brussels II (bis) Regulation; Part IV: The discipline of parental responsibility; Part V: Maintenance obligations), giving a critical reconstruction of the legal framework and a complex view to the critical issues arising from it. In this context Ilaria Queirolo is also the author of two chapters of the book: the first one (Premise), written together with prof. Carbone, underlines the legal basis of the European intervention in the field of family law, therefore giving a solid structure to the book by the identification of a common thread to all other contributions. The second chapter written by the Author (Chapter VIII) is precisely devoted to the critical analysis of the 2006 Commission proposal of amendment of Regulation 2201/2003 and considers the impact and the relapses that such amendments would entail for the Italian discipline. To this purpose, particular attention is given to the impact of introducing the relevance of parties’ autonomy in the field of family law, with reference to both jurisdiction and applicable law.
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