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Conflict Of Laws

Author : R. Lea Brilmayer
ISBN : 9781454860914
Genre : Law
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Written by leading Conflicts scholars, this casebook presents a balanced study of Conflict of Laws. The books starts with a discussion of traditional approaches to choice-of-law problems, followed by an examination how modern courts and commentators have struggled to formulate more responsive approaches. The remaining broad topics--constitutional limitations on choice of law, the Erie doctrine, personal jurisdiction, conflicts in the federal system, recognition of judgments, conflicts in the international context, choosing legal regimes and choice of law in complex litigation--are considered in light of the wisdom derived from consideration of the basic choice-of-law problems. Key New Features: Chapter on Conflict of Laws in the Federal System, which was deleted in the 6th edition, is added back at the request of adopters; the chapter does not attempt a comprehensive coverage of issues that are typically addressed in a civil procedure or federal jurisdiction course but instead focuses on the federalism questions that are relevant to conflict of laws. Addition of Goodyear v. Brown and Daimler v. Bauman to the chapter on personal jurisdiction, two Supreme Court cases that greatly modernize the subject New discussion of the impact of law and economics on choice of law theory Discussion of new cases on post-9/11 scope of constitutional limits New examples pertaining to recognition of judgments in domestic relations cases, e.g., child kidnapping Continued coverage of the First Restatement rules that continue to be important, with less emphasis on First Restatement rules of less relevance today. Re-introduction of discussion of New York cases addressing choice of law theory, with focus on important new cases

American Conflicts Law Cases And Materials

Author : Robert L. Felix
ISBN : 9780327174417
Genre : Law
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The Fifth Edition provides a comprehensive set of teaching materials for the course in Conflict of Laws as it is taught in most American law schools. It includes some new cases, selected for their teaching value, while also retaining the best cases from the prior edition. It also includes problems in all chapters to test the students' understanding of each segment of material covered in the course. The first three chapters establish the historical background for the study of Conflict of Laws, introduce the students to all of the Conflicts systems existing in the United States, and explore the constitutional limits on the ability of the states to apply their law to multistate transactions and occurrences. With this background, the following four chapters examine the operation of the choice-of-law doctrines used in the areas of torts, contracts, property, and domestic relations. The grounding provided by the first three chapters allows teachers to choose those topics to teach in the following four chapters without necessarily covering the chapters in their entirety if time does not permit. The final three chapters deal with vertical choice of law (the Erie doctrine), interstate judgment enforcement, and personal jurisdiction. The book is organized so that these final three chapters can be covered out of order to suit a wide range of teaching preferences. Each chapter contains note material following the cases to help teachers explore the full range of issues raised by the doctrines being studied. The problems contained in each chapter increase the students' comprehension of the materials and provide a basis for more interesting classroom discussions.

Conflict Of Laws

Author : Laura E. Little
ISBN : 9781454874904
Genre : Law
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"This title is a Conflict of Laws casebook with contemporary, practical approach"-- Provided by publisher.

Criminal Law

Author : John Kaplan
ISBN : 9781454881704
Genre : Law
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Criminal Law: Cases and Materials, Eighth Edition is written by a well-respected authorship team that provides comprehensive examination of criminal law under both the Model Penal Code and common law. Interspersed with thoughtful excerpts that provide social, political, and criminological background the black letter law, this casebook focuses on an interdisciplinary approach that provides a useful starting point for classroom discussion. The eighth edition has been updated to provide coverage of recent changes in the law, especially in the areas of sentencing and the Eighth Amendment, and includes notes and questions, making the book more useful for exam preparation. Features: Improvements in the Teacher’s Manual designed to make casebook accessible and useful for new professors Updated to provide coverage of recent changes in the law, especially in the areas of sentencing and the Eighth Amendment Updated notes and questions making book more useful for exam preparation

Conflict Of Laws

Author : Symeon Symeonides
ISBN : STANFORD:36105063670249
Genre : Law
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Throughout the book, there is extensive information about the law and practice of other mostly civil-law countries that provides an opportunity for instructive comparative discussion. One chapter is devoted to international conflict, and another chapter is focused on conflict in cyberspace.

Problems In Contract Law

Author : Charles L. Knapp
ISBN : 9781454877318
Genre : Law
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Problems in Contract Law: Cases and Materials, offers a balance of traditional and contemporary cases that reflect the development and complexity of contract law. Explanatory notes and text place classic and contemporary cases in their larger legal context. Questions and problem exercises bridge theory and practice. Adaptable for instructors with different teaching techniques, this successful book includes various perspectives and contractual settings and offers a highly intelligent, contemporary treatment of contract law. It can easily be used in teaching by traditional case analysis, through problem-based instruction, or using theoretical inquiry.

Insurance Law And Policy

Author : Tom Baker
ISBN : 9781454890546
Genre : Law
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A contemporary, easy-to-teach text by high-profile authors, this casebook invites students and teachers to re-imagine the field of Insurance Law. The authors demonstrates the big-picture role of insurance law and policy in American business and society, exploring federal-state regulatory roles in depth as well as the traditional topics covered in casebooks. Insurance Law and Policy: Cases and Materials uses more statutory material than any other casebook, with statutes typically presented through problems. Manageable assignments contain one major case followed by informative notes, questions and a problem.

Contracts

Author : Brian A. Blum
ISBN : 9781454887140
Genre : Law
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Contracts: Cases, Discussion, and Problems, Fourth Edition is known for its strikingly clear, straightforward text that illuminates cases as well as concepts and theory. The book focuses on modern cases to expose students to contemporary contract law, but it also includes many important or iconic older cases. The cases are set in context by extensive author-written explanatory text. Insightful questions draw attention to difficult and crucial aspects of the law and prompt vigorous class discussion. Numerous problems, ranging from simple to complex, supplement cases and introduce topics taught most effectively through problems. The casebook’s traditional organization begins with formation and then corresponds to the sequence followed by the Restatement (2nd) of Contracts and treatises. Its concise, efficient presentation results in an optimum length for the course. Procedural issues are highlighted when presented by the cases and transactional issues such as drafting, client counseling, and negotiation are raised through the use of questions and small exercises throughout the text. Strengthening the text’s focus on contemporary methods of contracting, modern issues in standard contracts are explored along with contracts entered into electronically. International and comparative material offers alternative approaches for students to consider, such as those taken by the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) and the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts.

Property

Author : Christine A. Klein
ISBN : 9781454877370
Genre : Law
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Property: Cases, Problems, and Skills offers a modern, skills-based approach to Property Law, and includes a balance of classic and new cases, tightly-focused skills exercises (including advocacy, drafting, client interviewing/counseling, and negotiation), selected statutory excerpts, chapter review problems (with answers provided in the Appendix for student self-testing), and other pedagogical features (such as discussion problems raising novel and modern challenges, A Place to Start doctrinal overview boxes, and Reading Guide boxes). The online teacher s manual will provide answers to all questions posed in the text and suggestions for conducting the skills exercises (generally, during a group exercise that takes all or part of a single class session). The two-color text is visually appealing, with judicious use of photographs, text boxes, and pedagogical diagrams. Although the text does not take a hide the ball approach, it prods students to engage with the law s complexity, ambiguity, and nuance.

Foreign Relations Law

Author : Curtis A. Bradley
ISBN : 0735557837
Genre : Law
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Your next course in foreign relations law can be as riveting as tomorrow's headlines when you adopt this timely revision. FOREIGN RELATIONS LAW: Cases and Materials, Second Edition, provides an up-to-the-minute examination of the constitutional and statutory law that regulates the conduct of contemporary U.S. foreign relations.The book features extensive coverage of current controversies, such as:the scope of the President's war powers, including his powers in the war on terrorismthe relationship between national foreign affairs powers, including the treaty power, and structural principles of federalism and separation of powersthe validity of executive agreementsthe status of customary international law in the U.S. legal system, including its role in international human rights litigation in U.S. courtsjudicial reliance on foreign and international materials to interpret the Constitutionthe relationship between international tribunals and U.S. decisionmaking structures, including issues of delegation of authority and international comity extraterritorial application of federal law The authors stimulate understanding through: a mix of leading cases and non-case materials, such as excerpts of statutes, treaties, and Executive Branch pronouncementsabundant notes and questions for each topic, including rich discussions of historical background, other relevant cases, and academic debates a cohesive theoretical framework that illuminates the increasingly important intersection between international law and U.S. domestic law; the importance of constitutional structure in regulating foreign affairs; the relevance of history to modern controversies; the ways the constitutional law of foreign affairs is often developed outside the courts; and the significance of the increasingly blurred line between domestic and foreign affairs Thoroughly updated, the Second Edition offers: broader coverage of the war on terrorism, including detailed treatment of the Executive's power to target, detain, and try terrorist enemy combatants excerpts of recent Supreme Court decisions, including Hamdi v. Rumsfeld (concerning the military detention of a U.S. citizen as an enemy combatant), Sosa v. Alvarez-Machain (the scope of human rights litigation under the Alien Tort Statute), Altmann v. Republic of Austria (the retroactive application of the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act), and American Ins. Assn v. Garamendi (the preemptive effect of executive agreements)condensed coverage of foreign sovereign immunity, now divided between Chapter 2 on the role of the courts in foreign affairs and Chapter 7 on international human rights litigation, integrating the material with related topics and making it easier to teacha revised Teacher's Manual with additional syllabi, a new section of sample exams, and answers to all the questions in the casebook

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