Conflict of Laws, Cases, Comments, Questions, 9th

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The new edition of the popular Conflicts book (formerly Currie, Kay, Kramer and Roosevelt) contains two new main cases for personal jurisdiction, one for extraterritorial application of US law, and one for the New York choice of law approach. In addition, the latest edition features revised materials on the European legal approach to include recent codifications in the Rome I and II conventions. This edition continues the tradition of organizing the teaching of conflicts around the broad themes reflected in different ...

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