Transnational Litigation and Commercial Arbitration: An Analysis of American, European and International Law
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Joseph Lookofsky, Ketilbjørn Hertz
Transnational Litigation and Commercial Arbitration is a case-oriented study of the key rules and procedures which regulate the resolution of commercial disputes arising in a transnational context. The study explains and compares European and American rules of private international and procedural law. Each case is introduced both by a paradigm model, emphasizing and simplifying the key operative facts, as well as by a doctrinal presentation of the main issues and sources of American, European, or international law concerned. The court decisions themselves are all extensively edited and annotated by the authors. This 3rd Edition, which has been completely revised and updated, takes account of recent developments in American law, as well as the Rome I and II Regulations, effective within the European Union as of 2009.
|Udgivelses sted||New York, USA|
|Status||Udgivet - 2011|
Samme bog også udgivet på forlaget DJØF, København, 2011