Arnaud Nuyts

Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
Professor ULB (Brussels)

Arnaud Nuyts specialises in international business law, notably the law of international commercial litigation and arbitration and international contract law. He is a professor at the University of Brussels, where he lectures on International Litigation and International Contracts, Comparative Conflicts of Laws, and the International Law of Electronic Commerce and Intellectual Property. He is also a director of the Masters in International Business Law at the same University and a professor at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, where he teaches the private international law course for the Masters in International and Comparative Law (taught in English). Arnaud Nuyts holds a law degree and a doctor of laws from the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB). He also holds a masters (LL.M.) from the University of Cambridge (UK) and has studied at Columbia and Harvard Universities (USA). Arnaud Nuyts is the author of various publications in the fields of international litigation, international contracts, distribution law and international arbitration. He is a Member of the Bar of Brussels. After stays in England and the United States, including working for a major business law firm in New York, he is currently working with Liedekerke Wolters Waelbroeck Kirkpatrick.

Linked authors

University Paris II Panthéon‑Assas
University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne
University Paris II Panthéon‑Assas
ESSEC Business School (Cergy)
Vogel & Vogel (Paris)
Fidal (Paris)
MEDEF
French State Council (Paris)

Articles

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Alain Ménéménis, Arnaud Nuyts, Catherine Kessedjian, Catherine Prieto, Christophe Lapp, Claire Favre, Denis Mazeaud, Emmanuelle Claudel, Frédéric Jenny, Hélène Gaudemet-Tallon, Jean-Louis Fourgoux, Jean-Marc Kiviatkowski, Joelle Simon, Laurence Idot, Louis Vogel, Marie-Laure Niboyet, Michael Wilderspin, Rainer Becker, Soraya Amrani-Mekki, Yves Gaudemet Conference: The EC White Book on competition private enforcement (Paris, 13 06 2008)

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Alors que dans le système de mise en oeuvre des articles 81 et 82 CE issu du règlement n° 17/62, il était usuel de distinguer l’application de ces textes, d’une part, par la Commission, d’autre part, par les autorités et juridictions nationales, ce qui conduisait à privilégier un critère formel fondé (...)

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