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Choice of law in the American courts in 1992: Observations and reflections
Patrick J. Borchers, Choice of Law in the American Courts in 1992: Observations and Reflections, 42 Am. J. Comp. L. 125 (1994).
New York choice of law: Weaving the tangled strands
Patrick J. Borchers, New York Choice of Law: Weaving the Tangled Strands, 57 Alb. L. Rev. 93 (1993).
Choice-of-law revolution: An empirical study
Patrick J. Borchers, The Choice-of-Law Revolution: An Empirical Study, 49 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 357 (1992), reprinted in 1 Economics of Conflict of Laws 84 (Erin A. O'Hara ed., 2007).
Beginning in 1963, U.S. conflict-of-laws principles began to alter drastically. On its way out was the vested rights theory that produced fairly certain rules, such as the place-of-the-injury rule for tort cases, and on ...
Character evidence rule revisited
Kenneth J. Melilli, The Character Evidence Rule Revisited, 1998 BYU L. Rev. 1547.
Batson in Practice: What we have learned about Batson and peremptory challenges
Kenneth J. Melilli, Batson in Practice: What We Have Learned About Batson and Peremptory Challenges, 71 Notre Dame L. Rev. 447 (1996).
In the years since the Batson v. Kentucky, 106 S. Ct. 1712 (1986) decision was handed down, a number of developments have occurred. First, the Court has expanded the application of Batson beyond its original sphere and ...
Governmental units as persons for the purpose of officail committee membership: A call for reform
Michaela M. White & Steven H. Felderstein, Governmental Units as Persons for the Purpose of Official Committee Membership: A Call for Reform, 95 Com. L.J. 1 (1990).