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International Commercial Litigation (Second Edition) by Richard Fentiman Special Offer: 20% discount available to conflictoflaws.net readers The definitive account of the principles of international commercial litigation, regularly cited with approval by the courts Takes a strategic approach to litigation risk and examines the tactical choices facing litigants Structured to address issues as they arise in practice […]
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Apologies for our recent outage, which many of you had noticed – thanks to those who emailed in and pointed out the problems with accessing posts, search, etc. We had gremlins of some variety in the database which powers conflictoflaws.net, and after much prodding and pushing they have cleared off. Everything should now be working […]
Top of my Christmas conflict of laws wish-list is this new work from Adrian Briggs, Private International Law in English Courts (OUP, 2014). The blurb: This book offers a restatement of European and English Private International Law as it applies in the English courts. The author has set out to create a contemporary approach to private […]
A new edited collection, Australian Private International Law for the 21st Century: Facing Outwards, has just been published by Hart/Bloomsbury. Edited by Andrew Dickinson, Mary Keyes and Thomas John, here’s the blurb: A nation’s prosperity depends not only on the willingness of its businesses to export goods and services, and of its citizens and residents […]
Readers of this blog will know that our email updates (which allows you to subscribe to receive our new content directly into your inbox) had been broken for a while. The service we used, Feedburner, is no longer operational. We’re happy to say that we’ve now created a new email update subscription service for Conflict of […]
Many of you will have noticed that much of the functionality on the site has temporarily disappeared. This is intentional, or at least as intentional as it could be. I will not bore you with details of servers and software, backends and frameworks, but suffice to say when all of this was upgraded, it broke […]
Building on the very successful Journal of Private International Law conferences in Aberdeen (2005),