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Conflict of Laws: Cases, Comments, Questions (American Casebook Series)

  • Edition : 11th ed., 2022
  • Author(s) : Kay, Kramer, Roosevelt, et al.
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The 11th edition of the popular Conflicts casebook continues to deepen and explore contemporary approaches to choice of law and jurisdiction with both scholarly and practical examples and a particular emphasis on international conflicts. This edition contains a discussion of the draft Third Restatement of Conflicts by one of its reporters; two new cases on party autonomy (Ministers and Missionaries Benefit Board v. Snow and Cotter v. Lyft, Inc.); an updated section on Internet law with new material on Internet domain names, trademark and unfair competition, and recent scholarship; a new section on the Commerce Clause and extraterritorial state regulation, including a new primary case (Association for Accessible Medicines v. Frosh); an expanded section on interstate sovereign immunity, with a new primary case (Franchise Tax Board v. Hyatt III); a new primary case on personal jurisdiction (Ford Motor Co. v. Montana Eighth Judicial District Court); new material on child abduction and the Hague Convention, focusing on Monasky v. Taglieri; new note and questions on the Alien Tort Statute, including Jesner v. Arab Bank, PLC and Nestle USA, Inc. v. Doe; updated treatment of the extraterritorial effect of intellectual property statutes; a new primary case on territoriality and constitutional remedies (Hernandez v. Mesa); a new case on the extraterritorial application of Due Process Clause (Al Hela v. Trump); and a great deal more.