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Foreign Court Judgments and the United States Legal System

edited by Paul B. Stephan
Format
Book
Published
Leiden, The Netherlands ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, [2014]
Language
English
Series
Sokol Colloquium
Sokol Colloquium (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers)
ISBN
9789004278912, 9004278915, 9789004278929 (e-book)
Contents
  • Part 1. Existing doctrine and the Fourth Restatement
  • Sovereignty, territoriality, and the enforcement of foreign judgments / George Rutherglen and James Y. Stern
  • Once and future U.S. litigation / Pamela K. Bookman
  • The penal and revenue rules, state law, and federal preemption / William S. Dodge
  • Unjust legal systems and the enforcement of foreign judgments / Paul B. Stephan
  • Part 2. Statutory reform of the law of recognition and enforcement
  • The need for a federal statutory approach to the recognition and enforcement of foreign country judgments / Linda J. Silberman
  • The current U.S. judgments agenda / Keith Loken
  • Implementing legislation for the Hague Choice of Court Convention / Peter D. Trooboff
  • Implementing the Hague Choice of Court Convention : the argument in favor of "cooperative federalism" / David P. Stewart
  • Reconceptualizing recognition uniformity / Kevin L. Cope
  • Common law versus statutory approaches to enforcing foreign judgments : the Australian experience / Timothy J. McEvoy.
Description
vi, 188 pages ; 25 cm.
Notes
  • "26th Sokol Colloquium"--Cover.
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Series Statement
Sokol colloquium, 1873-6572 ; volume 7
Sokol colloquium (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers) ; v. 7. 1873-6572
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