'These volumes offer an excellent collection of some of the best scholarship on personal jurisdiction and private international law selected and edited by one of the leading American scholars in the field. Jurisdiction and Private International Law is an essential resource for scholars in both common law and civil law jurisdictions, a great option for students, and a useful reference for practitioners. I heartily recommend it.'
- Christopher A. Whytock, University of California, US
In an increasingly globalized and digitized world, transactions, communications and data flow freely across national borders. When lawsuits arise as a result of those trans-border events, the question of which court or courts have jurisdiction and can provide the appropriate forum becomes critical. This two-volume collection provides a survey of personal jurisdiction across both time and legal systems. It includes articles ranging from the early 20th century to present day and to the problems created by jurisdiction in cyberspace. It also examines the jurisdictional premises of major common law countries and those in the civilian tradition. With an original introduction by the editor, these comprehensive volumes will appeal to scholars and practitioners alike.
38 articles in the two-volume collection
Contributors include: L. Brilmayer, L. Collins, L.G. Radicati di Borzolo, P. Hay, F.K. Juenger, A. Lowenfeld, C.G.J. Morse, H. Smit, A.T. von Mehern, R. Weintraub
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