Selected Essays on the Conflict of Laws
Friedrich K. Juenger on the conflict of laws is always worth attending to. Rejecting the "conventional wisdom" that prevails in the field, he sees the conflict of laws not as a discipline devoid of substantive values but as a powerful catalyst for multistate justice.
Here is a wide-ranging collection of essays on a variety of problems posed by transactions that transcend state and national borders. The essays include a comparison of jurisdiction issues in the United States and the European Communities, opinions on forum shopping, a critique of interest analysis techniques, and a plea for a comparative approach to choice-of-law issues. Invaluable studies in the extraterritorial application of United States antitrust law, recognition of foreign money judgments and divorces, and regional conventions round out the collection.
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