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International Dispute Resolution: The Regulation of Forum Selection

edited by Jack L. Goldsmith
Format
Book
Published
Irvington, N.Y. : Transnational Publishers, ©1997.
Language
English
ISBN
094132074X, 9780941320740
Contents
  • Relative reliability of arbitration agreements and court selection clauses / Professor William W. Park
  • Arbitration agreements versus forum selection clauses: legal and practical considerations / Judge Charles N. Brower and Abby Cohen Smutney, Esq.
  • The U.S. Supreme Court and the "user-friendly" forum selection clause: the effect of Carnival Cruise Lines on international contracts / Professor Harold G. Maier
  • Forum selection and arbitration clauses under the Brussels and Lugano conventions and under Swiss law / Professor Dr. Frank Vischer
  • Transnational provisional relief in the courts / Professor George A. Bermann
  • Extraterritorial provisional measures / Bruno A. Ristau, Esq.
  • Provisional measures in aid of foreign proceedings: has the English response been adequate? / Dr. Campbell McLachlan
  • Protective measures in various European countries / Professor Dr. Peter Schlosser
  • The United States as a magnet forum and what, if anything, to do about it / Professor Russell J. Weintraub
  • U.S. Federal Court use of the antisuit injunction to control international forum selection / Andrew N. Vollmer, Esq.
  • Judicial regulation of improper forum selections / Professor Catherine Kessedjian
  • An examination of the "adequacy of the alternative forum" factor in Forum Non Conveniens determinations / David Epstein, Esq.
  • Judicial control of improper forum selection: some random remarks and a comment on haownot to do it / Professor Friedrich K. Juenger.
Description
x, 329 pages ; 25 cm
Notes
  • Papers presented at the Fourteenth Sokol Colloquium, held in Charlottesville, Va., 1996.
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic

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