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For over half a century Arthur T von Mehren has been a luminary in the fields of comparative law, private international law, and legal education. Fifty-eight of the world's leading scholars and jurists honour his work and outstanding contributions to the advance of knowledge and reform. This volume is divided into four parts: Part I: Jurisdiction and Judgement Recognition -- contains chapters on choice of law, forum selection, jurisdiction, enforcement of judgements, and parallel litigation, among others. Part II: Choice of Law -- addresses some foreign law developments, state sovereignty, conflict of law, uniformity in choice of law, as well as Professor von Mehren's influence on the Inter-American Convention on General Norms of Private International Law. Part III: International Arbitration -- contains chapters on the Preamble of the IBA Rules of Evidence, the Transfer of Seat in International Arbitration, and the Eco Swiss Judgement and International Arbitration. Part IV: Comparative and European Law -- covers such topics as Stare Decisions in a Civil-Law System, law in an enlarged European Union, labour law in France and the US, judicial precedent as a source of Russian law, iss