Rome Convention

Rome Convention

An agreement harmonizing at least some of the contract law among members of what became the European Union. Under the Rome Convention, parties to a contract generally may choose which EU member's law shall govern the contract. The Convention was established in 1980.
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The Minister asserted Tunisia's commitment to respect the Statute of the Criminal Court (Rome Convention), expressing readiness to support the efforts of this important international institution.
The United Nations may be requested to refer the matter under Rome Convention to file a case against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Indian Army Chief and against the Indian National Security Advisor as war criminals, based on the authentic report already submitted to the UNO by President International Human Rights Commission (copy enclosed).
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The pope, who asked the bishops to speak to victims of abuse in their respective countries before the Rome convention, has tried to dial down "inflated expectations" for a cure-all.
Bias towards Tel Aviv In April 2018, the court prosecutor promised to prosecute perpetrators of atrocities against the population of the Gaza Strip and warned that violence against civilians could constitute crimes under the Rome Convention. The US threats against the PNA for seeking to punish Israel through the court came after the case dossier was submitted for an investigation.
With effect from 23 September 2017 Qatar became a member of the Rome Convention on the Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonograms and Broadcasting Organizations (1961).
QNA Doha Qatar has joined the Rome Convention for the Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonograms and Broadcasting Organizations (1961), the Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) said in a press statement on Sunday.
"The accession of Qatar to the Rome Convention marks another milestone in the country's successful journey in the field of intellectual property rights protection", the MEC said in a statement.
After the entry into force of the Rome Convention (1980), the Court of Cassation recognized and applied (regarding the international contracts) the principle of lex voluntatis in all cases (Cf.
In the event that the UK decides not to depart from the rules set out by Rome I, then it is likely that the UK will revert to the almost identical provisions of the original Rome Convention. (6) Rome I was intended to mirror the Rome Convention (7) on the law applicable to contractual obligations, which was the only private international law instrument in international treaty form.
The chapter discusses various international agreements, such as the 1961 Rome Convention, the 1974 Brussels Satellite Convention, the 1986 Berne Convention, the 1994 Agreement of Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), as well as the 2002 WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty.
(95) In addition to offering broader intellectual property rights in general, many foreign jurisdictions have specifically decided to extend copyright protection to acting performances by joining the International Convention for the Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonograms and Broadcasting Organisations of 1961 ("Rome Convention") (96) The Rome Convention has been ratified by ninety-two nations, the United States not being one of them, (97) and was formed in response to concerns regarding new forms of technology that made reproduction of sounds and performances far easier and cheaper than they had been in the past.