Res Judicata, Estoppel and Foreign Judgments: The Preclusive Effects of Foreign Judgments in Private International Law (Oxford Private International Law Series)

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This book re-examines the doctrines of res judicata and abuse of process when applied to foreign judgments, and analyses how they are relied upon in English proceedings. The book clearly explains the four main pleas to which a foreign res judicata might give rise in subsequent proceedings in England.

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Peter Barnett holds a D Phil from the University of Oxford and is a Legal Practitioner of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. He is soon to be admitted as a Legal Practitioner of the High Court of Australia and Solicitor of the High Court of England and Wales, and has recently joined the firm of Herbert Smith solicitors, London.

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`The preclusive effect of foreign judgments in international law is a veritable minefield for lawyers. But given the exponential rise in transnational litigation in recent years, it is a subject which more and more practitioners are having to come to grips with. This book promises to be a formidable weapon in the armoury of such practitioners. ... attempts to unravel many of the mysteries surrounding this branch of the law.' Journal of the Commonwealth Lawyers' Association 2001

`The series of Oxford monographs in private international law is producing some innovative titles, frequently in areas that have not been covered previously in texts of such depth. Dr Barnett's work is a welcome addition to the series, and is in many ways groundbreaking. ... deals with the complex questions which arise when the doctrines of res judicata and abuse of process are applied to foreign judgements. It will be a valuable addition to the library of the international commercial lawyer.' New Law Journal, 15 Feb 2002

`This is another excellent contribution to the Oxford Monographs in Private International Law. The academic community of private international lawyers, not to mention those in the real world of legal practice and judges, owe a debt of gratitude to Peter Carter QC for taking the initiative to found this series and to edit it. this is a very thoroughly researched book on a difficult topic that adds to our knowledge of the effects of foreign judgments.' Law Quarterly Review, 1 Apr 2002

`a welcome addition to the [Oxford monographs in private international law] series, and ... in many ways ground breaking ... It will be a valuable addition to the library of the international commercial lawyer.' Gavin McFarlane, New Law Journal, February 2002

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