The Sydney Centre for International Law is a holding a conference entitled “Facing Outwards: Australian Private International Law in the 21st Century” on Wednesday, 10 April 2013. A conference flyer may be found
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The latest title in the Oxford Private International Law Series has just been published: Substance and Procedure in Private International Law by Professor Richard Garnett. The OUP abstract reads: When the law of a foreign country is selected or pleaded by a claimant or defendant, a question arises as to whether the issue pertains to […]
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Concluding the Australian article round-up, readers may be interested in the following articles raising points about international co-operation on conflicts issues: Rosehana Amin, ‘International Jurisdiction Agreements and the Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments in Australian Litigation: Is There a Need for the Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements?’ (2010) 17 Australian International Law Journal […]
Continuing the Australian article round-up, readers may be interested in the following article and recently published book raising points about conflicts within the Australian federation: Geoffrey Lindell and Sir Anthony Mason, ‘The Resolution of Inconsistent State and Territory Legislatoin’ (2010) 38 Federal Law Review 391: [W]e have chosen to discuss an important aspect of the subject [of federalism] […]
Continuing the Australian article round-up, readers may be interested in the following two articles raising points about arbitration: Andrew Bell, ‘Dispute Resolution and Applicable Law Clauses in International Sports Arbitration’ (2010) 84 Australian Law Journal 116: Choice of law clauses and jurisdiction or arbitration agreements play a critical role in international commerce. They also play […]
Continuing the Australian article round-up, readers may be interested in the following three articles raising points about finance: Anthea Markstein, ‘The Law Governing Letters of Credit’ (2010) 16 Auckland University Law Review 138: Letters of credit are frequently used to effect payment in commercial transactions where parties are resident in different jurisdictions. While it seems […]
Continuing the Australian article round-up, readers may be interested in the following three articles raising points about insolvency: Stewart Maiden, ‘A comparative analysis of the use of the UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross-border Insolvency in Australia, Great Britain and the United States’ (2010) 18 Insolvency Law Journal 63: UNCITRAL’s Model Law on Cross-border Insolvency has […]
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