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Here is a wide-ranging collection of essays on a variety of problems posed by transactions that transcend state and national borders. The essays include a comparison of jurisdiction issues in the United States and the European Communities, opinions on forum shopping, a critique of interest analysis techniques, and a plea for a comparative approach to choice-of-law issues. Here also are invaluable studies in the extraterritorial application of United States antitrust law, recognition of foreign money judgements and divorces, and regional conventions.