The Court of Justice delivered today its judgment in case C‑106/17 (Paweł Hofsoe v LVM Landwirtschaftlicher Versicherungsverein Münster AG), which is about Brussels I bis:

« Article 13(2) of Regulation (EU) No 1215/2012 […], read in conjunction with Article 11(1)(b) of that regulation, must be interpreted as meaning that it may not be relied on by a natural person, whose professional activity consists, inter alia, in recovering claims for damages from insurers and who relies on a contract for the assignment of a claim concluded with the victim of a road accident, to bring a civil liability action against the insurer of the person responsible for that accident, which has its registered office in a Member State other than the Member State of the place of domicile of the injured party, before a court of the Member State in which the injured party is domiciled”.

Source : here

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