Published September 2005
by Federation Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
The question of which country's courts have jurisdiction in international disputes has not yet been resolved by an international treaty. This book explains how courts decide whether they have jurisdiction over international commercial disputes and discusses possibilities for unification of the law at an international by: 4. Dr Mary Keyes has written an excellent book on the Australian law relating to jurisdiction in (private) international litigation. Building one suspects on a doctoral thesis, the book contains a combination of theory and various proposals for reform with a detailed technical exposition of the law . in international litigation. A. Jurisdiction The term “jurisdiction” can have various meanings in transnational cases. The Restatement (Third) of the Foreign Relations Law of the United States2 divides jurisdiction into three categories: (a) jurisdiction to prescribe, i.e., a country’s ability to make its law applicable to persons. Jurisdiction in International Litigation By Mary Keyes The Federation Press, Dr Mary Keyes, Senior Lecturer in Law at Griffith University, Queensland, has written an excellent book on the Australian law relating to jurisdiction in (private) international litigation.
International law books Thomson Reuters offers extensive international law resources and digital tools including hardbound and softbound law books, ProView eBooks and legal software solutions to best suit the needs of your law practice. About this book: Jurisdiction, Admissibility and Choice of Law in International Arbitration, as the name suggests, discusses the jurisdiction, admissibility and choice of law provisions . of "international jurisdiction," therefore, we are referring merely to the fact that the litigation contains foreign elements, and not to the source of the jurisdiction exercised.2 However, the statement that at present there are no rules of general. International Litigation, Volume: 1 E-Book ISBN:
Challenges and Recusals of Judges and Arbitrators in International Courts and Tribunals examines one of the fundamental control mechanisms of international dispute resolution. In doing so, the book assesses procedures, standards and outcomes of challenges and recusals in some of the main international courts and tribunals, including the ICJ, ICSID, the PCA, the WTO, the Iran-US Claims Tribunal, the ICC and international criminal courts. Jurisdiction as a Concern of International Law The Concept of Jurisdiction in Transnational Domestic Litigation (a) Adjudicative, subject matter, and prescriptive jurisdiction. This book analyzes whether, and to what extent, the exercise of extraterritorial jurisdiction in cartel and merger matters is in fact lawful under international law. It does so from a transatlantic perspective, with an emphasis on practice in the United States and the European Community. The book mainly focuses on the use of the controversial effects and implementation doctrines of jurisdiction. Jurisdiction in International Law. Second Edition. Cedric Ryngaert Oxford Monographs in International Law. Fully revised and updated to include new materials on personal jurisdiction, cyberspace, and covering new developments in sanction laws, tax law, transnational tort litigation and universal civil jurisdiction.