Lawrence Collins, a leading international lawyer, has made a profound contribution to the study and understanding of the Conflict of Laws in England during the past twenty years. He has successfully combined his practice in one of London's leading law firms with unparalleled academic achievement. This volume combines a number of his most widely acclaimed and influential articles on important aspects of the Conflict of Laws, including a reprint of his fascinating 1992 Hague Academy Lectures entitled qProvisional and Protective Measures in International Litigation.q Collins has updated and written introductory prefaces for each article to outline the most important subsequent developments since their original publication. Scholarly and incisive, these essays will be compulsory reading for all academics and practitioners interested in international litigation.The majority of the reported English decisions on forum selection clauses have been concerned with cases where the ... The plaintiff must show a#39;some good causea#39;32 why the English proceedings should continue, or a#39;a strong casea#39; why theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Essays in International Litigation and the Conflict of Laws|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 1996|