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Modern Aspects of the Law and Practice of Commercial and Industrial Arbitration [microform]

Philip G. Phillips
Format
Thesis/Dissertation; Microform
Published
[1934]
Language
English
Series
Hein's Legal Theses and Dissertations
Contents
  • The paradox in arbitration law : compulsion as applied to a voluntary proceeding
  • Arbitration and conflicts of laws : a study of benevolent compulsion
  • A practical method for the determination of business fact
  • Rules of law or laissez-faire in commercial arbitration
  • Commercial arbitration under the N.R.A.
  • The function of arbitration in the settlement of industrial disputes.
Description
237 leaves in various foliations ; 28 cm.
Dissertation Note
Thesis (S.J.D.)--Harvard Law School, 1934.
Notes
  • Typescript.
  • Includes mostly reprinted articles.
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Reproduction Notes
Microfiche. [Buffalo, N.Y.] : Hein, [1995] 3 microfiches : negative. (Hein's legal theses and dissertations ; 002-00161). s1995 nyun b
Series Statement
Hein's legal theses and dissertations ; 002-00161
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