2 edition of International jurisdiction and commercial litigation found in the catalog.
International jurisdiction and commercial litigation
HГ©lГЁne van Lith
by TMC Asser Press, Distributed exclusively by Cambridge University Press in The Hague, The Netherlands, West Nyack, NY
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 507-541) and index.
|Statement||by Hélène van Lith.|
|LC Classifications||K1024 .L58 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 585 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||585|
|LC Control Number||2009499022|
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'This textbook provides students and others interested in international commercial litigation with an excellent and accessible analysis from an EU, English, Canadian and US perspective. It covers the full breadth of international jurisdiction, recognition and enforcement of judgments, selected other topics of procedure and choice of law rules.
International Commercial Litigation (LAWS) This module examines the rules and principles which apply to resolve questions of private international law or the conflict of laws in international commercial litigation before the English courts.
London is the leading centre for international commercial dispute resolution. International Commercial Law is a body of legal rules, conventions, treaties, domestic legislation and commercial customs or usages, that governs international commercial or business transactions.
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Richard Fentiman The definitive account of the principles of international commercial litigation, regularly cited with approval by the courts Takes a strategic approach to litigation risk and looks at tactical options related to forum and interlocutory proceedings Structured to address issues in the order in which they arise.
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A companion website features important updates to the s: 8. In Commercial Litigation in Anglophone Africa, the authors, for the first time in a work of this nature, set out the broad framework of the private international law rules in operation in each of the sixteen Anglophone jurisdictions considered (Botswana, Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South.
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About the Jurisdiction Project Inthe Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH) commenced work on two key aspects of private international law in cross-border litigation in civil and commercial matters: the international jurisdiction of courts; and the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments (the Judgments Project).
of "international jurisdiction," therefore, we are referring merely to the fact that the litigation contains foreign elements, and not to the source of the jurisdiction exercised.2 However, the statement that at present there are no rules of general international law providing for such a.
International Commercial Litigation Prof. Huber 10 Topic 3 (~Seminar 5) Choice of Court Agreements This seminar will deal with a vital issue within the field of international commercial litigation, i.e. the question of how to deal with choice of court agreements (jurisdiction agreements) that the parties have included into their contract.
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This book explores the power of courts over international commercial disputes and possibilities for unification of the law. Richard Fentiman, Professor of Private International Law, University of Cambridge Richard Fentiman was formerly a commercial lawyer in the City of London, and remains active as a consultant and lecturer for major law firms.
He has been involved in many recent law reform initiatives in the area of cross-border litigation, and is responsible for the highly regarded graduate course on Cited by: Associate, Commercial Litigation and Labor and Employment, The Stolar Partnership, St.
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The Exercise of Jurisdiction and the Role of Enforcement Vivienne Bath 4. The Case Management Stay in Private International Law Reid Mortensen PART II FOREIGN .