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Return of territorialism to New York's conflicts law: Padula v. Lilarn Properties Corp.
Patrick J. Borchers, The Return of Territorialism to New York’s Conflicts Law: Padula v. Lilarn Properties Corp., 58 Alb. L. Rev. 775 (1995).
Back to the past: Anti-pragmatism in American conflicts law
Patrick J. Borchers, Back to the Past: Anti-Pragmatism in American Conflicts Law, 48 Mercer L. Rev. 721 (1997).
Professor Brilmayer and the Holy Grail
Patrick J. Borchers, Professor Brilmayer and the Holy Grail, 1991 Wis. L. Rev. 465 (reviewing Lea Brilmayer, Conflict of Laws: Foundations and Future Directions).
Conflict of law
Patrick J. Borchers, Conflict of Law, 44 Am. J. Comp. L. 387 (1996) (reviewing Mathias Reimann, Conflict of Laws in Western Europe: A Guide Through the Jungle (1995)).
Triumph of substance over rules of choice in international commercial transactions: From lex mercatoria to modern standards
Patrick J. Borchers, The Triumph of Substance Over Rules of Choice in International Commercial Transactions: From the Lex Mercatoria to Modern Standards, in Introduction to Transnational Legal Transactions 139 (Marylin J. Raisch & Robert I. Shaffer eds., 1995).
Baker v. General Motors: Implications for interjurisdictional recognition of non-traditional marriages
Patrick J. Borchers, Baker v. General Motors: Implications for Interjurisdictional Recognition of Non-traditional Marriages, in Conference on Interjurisdictional Marriage Recognition (Creighton Univ. Sch. of Law ed., 1998).
Conflict of laws
Eugene F. Scoles, Peter Hay & Patrick J. Borchers, Conflict of Laws (2d ed. Supp. 1995).
Conflict of laws
Patrick J. Borchers, Audio tape: Conflict of Laws (Harcourt Brace Legal & Professional Publications 1998).
Is the Supreme Court really going to regulate choice of law involving states?
Patrick J. Borchers, Is the Supreme Court Really Going to Regulate Choice of Law Involving States?, 50 Creighton L. Rev. 7 (2016).
In its 1973 decision in Hall v. Nevada, the U.S. Supreme Court held that an individual injured in his home state by the agents of another state may sue that other state and that the forum-state (the location of the litigation, ...