Transnational Litigation & Commercial Arbitration
- An Analysis of American, European and International Lawaf Joseph Lookofsky and Ketilbjørn Hertz
Transnational Litigation and Commercial Arbitration - Third Edition 2011 - is a case-orientated study of the key rules and procedures which regulate the resolution of commercial disputes arising in a transnational context. The study explains and compares European and American rules of private international and procedual law. Each case is introduced both by a paradigm model, emphasizing and simplifying the key operative facts, as well as by a doctrinal presentation of the main issues and sources of American, European, or international law concerned. All the court decisions have been extensively edited and annotated by the authors. This third edition, which has been completely revised and updated, takes account of recent developments in American law, as well as the Rome I and II Regulations, effective within the European Union as of 2009.The book is suitable for use in upper-level courses in American, European, and Comparative Law. It also serves as a useful reference for practitioners. This third edition includes an appendix on CD-ROM containing the full texts of numerous statutes, regulations, conventions and other documents important for students and practicing lawyers alike.Joseph Lookofsky is Professor of Law at the University of Copenhagen. He is a Member of the New York State Bar and was former Counsel for United Artists Corporation. He holds a B.A. in Economics (Lehigh University 1967) and a J.D. (New York University School 1971). He received his Danish law degrees (cand.jur. 1981 and dr. jur. 1989) from the University of Copenhagen.Ketilbjørn Hertz is Legal Adviser with the Danish Ministry of Justice. He received degrees from the University of Copenhagen (cand.jur. in 1993 and Ph.D. in law in 1998). In 2007 he completed the Cycle international court at the Ecole nationale d'administration in Strasbourg, France.
- 18. April 2011
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