• Symposium

    Enforcing Judgments Abroad: The Global Challenge
    Co-Sponsored with The Brooklyn Law School Center for the Study of International Business Law

    Introduction
    Maryellen Fullerton

    Symposium Articles:

    The Project of the Hague Conference on Private International Law to Prepare a Convention on Jurisdiction and the Recognition/Enforcement of Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters
    Peter H. Pfund
     
    Enforcing Judgments Abroad: Reflections on the Design of Recognition of Conventions
    Arthur T. von Mehren

    A Canadian Perspective
    Louise Lussier

    A United Kingdom Perspective on the Proposed Hague Judgments Convention
    Paul R. Beaumont

    A Hague Judgments Convention?
    Friedrich K. Juenger

  • Tort Jurisdiction in a Multilateral Convention: The Lessons of the Due Process Clause and the Brussels Convention
    Ronald A. Brand

    A Few Little Issues for the Hague Judgments Negotiations
    Patrick J. Borchers

    How Substantial is Our Need for a Judgments-Recognition Convention and What Should We Bargain Away to Get It?
    Russell J. Weintraub

    Essay:

    Some First Impressions of the Legal System in Three Chinese Cities
    Jack B. Weinstein

    Notes:

    Indigenous Nations and International Trade

    Public-Private-Public Convergence: How the Private Actor Can Shape Public International Labor Standards

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