This is the Second Edition of Peter Hay's Black Letter on Conflict of Laws. The law student looking to grasp the fundamental concepts of Conflict of Laws will find this most helpful. This subject matter is triggered whenever the procedural, substantive and/or choice-of-law provisions of two or more co-equal sovereigns conflict.
The law student will understand how this area of law has evolved over time, learning its historical roots/developments as well as its modern applications. Specifically, the law student will learn the effect of foreign judgments, the choice of law in the contract, property and domestic relations arena. Further, the student will learn the choice of laws concept in the corporation and partnership context. A must-have for the serious student in need of a comprehensive guide.
This Black Letter on Conflict of Laws includes a computer disk of the Capsule Summary section...add your class notes and you have the ultimate custom outline for use in class and in preparation for exams. Check out the text correlation chart...you will see that this outline is cross-referenced to the leading casebooks on conflict of laws. Numerous Examples, Short Questions & Answers and a Practice Examination are also included to monitor your progress and test your knowledge of the subject matter. Perspective, Analysis, Glossary of important terms and a Table of Cases are also provided to further facilitate your efforts, understanding and performance.
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"Today I'm going to lead you step by step through Conflict of Laws. Most people think it's a very difficult and obscure topic, but when we're done you'll see that it's really quite easy to learn."From the Inside Flap:
Topics covered: Personal Jurisdiction; In Personam; In Rem; Minimum Contacts; State Law Authorization; Purposeful Availment; Stream of Commerce; Subject Matter Jurisdiction; Choice of Law; First & Second Restatements; Renovi; Currie's Interest Analysis; Most Significant Relationship; New York's Neumeier Rules; Constitutional Limitations; Choice of Law in Contracts, Real Estate and Probate; Extra-Territorial Application of Federal Statutes; Choice Between State and Federal Law; Judgment Recognition; International and Domestic Recognition; International Arbitration Awards; Exam Approach.
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Book Description London : Sweet & Maxwell, 1948. Orig. cloth binding. xxxii,394 pp. Spine faded. Condition : very good copy. ISBN 0314037160[KEYWORDS: RECHT, philosophy of law. Bookseller Inventory # 219651
Book Description West Group Publishing, 1994. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0314037160
Book Description London : Sweet & Maxwell, 1965. 5th edition. Orig. cloth binding. xxxvi,593 pp. With : Supplement to the Fifth edition. 1966. 16 pp. Library stamps. Condition : very good copy. ISBN 0314037160[KEYWORDS: RECHT, 2016-18 engels recht , philosophy of law. Bookseller Inventory # 28121