Analysis of the choice of law rules used by courts to determine the law to apply in cases where the facts come from two or more states or countries. Consideration is also given to constitutional limitations on jurisdiction and choice of law; choice of forum under Erie Railroad; and to recognition of judgments under the Full Faith and Credit Clause. Finally, the impact of modern developments, such as the Internet, on jurisdiction and choice of law will be considered.
Brilmayer, Goldsmith, etc., Conflict of Laws, Cases and Materials (6th Ed.) Wolters Klumer (Aspen) ISBN 978-0-7355-5745-1
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