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Essays in International Litigation and the Conflict of Laws

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Lawrence CollinsVisiting Professor of Law, Wolfson College, University of Cambridge

ISBN13: 9780198257325
ISBN: 0198257325
Published: June 1995
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

These essays by one of the country's leading international lawyers represent his best and most interesting written over a twenty-year period. The volume includes a reprint of the author's recent Hague Lectures entitled 'Provisional and Protective Measures in International Litigation', which constitute one third of the book and which will be compulsory reading for all international litigators.

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1. Provisional and Protective Measures in International Litigation; 2. The Territorial Reach of Mareva Injunctions; 3. Some Aspects of Service Out of the Jurisdiction in English Law; 4. Forum Selection and an Anglo-American Conflict; 5. The Marc Rich Case and Actions for Negative Declarations; 6. The Hague Evidence Convention and Discovery: A Serious Misunderstanding?; 7. Harris v. Taylor Revived; 8. Blocking and Clawback Statutes: The United Kingdom Approach; 9. Interaction between Contract and Tort in the Conflict of Laws; 10. Exemption Clauses, Employment Contracts, and the Conflict of Laws; 11. Contractual and Non-Contractual ObligationsDSEEC Preliminary Draft Convention; 12. Floating Charges, Receivers, and Managers and the Conflict of Laws