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Personal jurisdiction over foreign companies
Patrick J. Borchers, Personal Jurisdiction over Foreign Companies, 3 Int'l J. Proc. L. 5 (2013).
Conflict of laws
Peter Hay, Patrick J. Borchers & Symeon C. Symeonides, Conflict of Laws (5th ed. 2010).
Conflict of laws
Peter Hay, Patrick J. Borchers & Symeon C. Symeonides, Christopher A. Whytock, Conflict of Laws (6th ed. 2018).
An essay on predictability in choice-of-law doctrine and implications for a Third Conflicts Restatement
Patrick J. Borchers, An Essay on Predictability in Choice-of-Law Doctrine and Implications for a Third Conflicts Restatement, 49 Creighton L. Rev. 495 (2016).
Both Restatements of the Conflict of Laws have been controversial. The First, completed in 1934, enshrined territorial rules, such as the law of the place of the injury (lex loci delicti) governing tort cases. The First ...
Conflict of laws: Private international law cases and materials
Peter Hay, Patrick J. Borchers & Richard D. Freer, Conflict of Laws: Private International Law Cases and Materials (15th ed. 2017).
Emergence of quasi rules in U.S. conflicts law
Patrick J. Borchers, The Emergence of Quasi Rules in U.S. Conflicts Law, in 12 Yearbook of Private International Law 93 (Andrea Bonomi & Gian Paolo eds., 2010).
Conflicts in a nutshell
Patrick J. Borchers, Conflicts in a Nutshell (4th ed. 2016).
Topics covered include issues involving domicile; jurisdiction; adjudication; statute of limitations; foreign law; contract and business cases; torts; "renvoi"; Erie Doctrine; judgments; and family (marriage, dissolution ...
Jurisdiction and private international law
Jurisdiction and Private International Law (Patrick J. Borchers ed., 2014).
Conflict of laws: Cases and materials
Peter Hay, Russell J. Weintraub & Patrick J. Borchers, Conflict of Laws: Cases and Materials (14th ed. 2013 & Supp. 2016).
One step forward and two back: Missed opportunities in refining the United States minimum contacts test and the European Union Brussels I Regulation
Patrick J. Borchers, One Step Forward and Two Back: Missed Opportunities in Refining the United States Minimum Contacts Test and the European Union Brussels I Regulation, 31 Ariz. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 1 (2014).
In 2011, the U.S. Supreme Court decided two cases regarding the scope of the "minimum contacts" test for permissible exercises of personal jurisdiction. In one case, relying on ill-defined notions of sovereignty, a plurality ...