Law school legends series. Study aids (West Academic Publishing)
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Introduction to Conflict of Laws (5:48) Organizational Introduction to this Audio Lecture Series (2:06) Beyond Theory: A Practical Orientation to Conflict of Laws (4:02) Some Introductory Terminology (6:08) The Briefest History in the History of Conflict of Laws (9:59) Personal Jurisdiction Topic Introduction (4:07) Territoriality Giving Way to Fairness (8:31) Domicile for Natural Persons (9:08) Citizenship for Business Entities (6:19) An Overview of State and Federal Laws Authorizing Personal Jurisdiction (5:20) Jurisdiction Based on Consent and Presence (8:54) Jurisdiction Based on Minimum Contacts: The Big Picture (3:08) Jurisdiction Based on Minimum Contacts: Long-Arm Statutes (and Federal Laws) (5:01) Jurisdiction Based on Minimum Contacts: Assessing the Nature and Quality of the Contacts (9:58) Jurisdiction Based on Minimum Contacts: Some Special Considerations (The "Effects" Test, Contracts, and Internet Activities) (6:48) Jurisdiction Based on Minimum Contacts: Stream of Commerce and the Status of General Personal Jurisdiction (6:35) Jurisdiction Based on Minimum Contacts: In Rem and Quasi in Rem (2:59) Jurisdiction Based on Minimum Contacts: The Fairness Factors (4:59) A Brief Consideration of Personal Jurisdiction in Federal Courts (5:25) The Proper Court: Venue and Transfer (10:02) Forum Non Conveniens (5:38) Choice of Law Topic Introduction (5:30) Rough Roadmap Through a Choice of Law Analysis (4:20) Forum Procedural Law (9:02) Particular Issues with Statutes of Limitation (7:13) Localizing and Borrowing Statutes (5:03) The Traditional Approach: Overview (8:58) The Traditional Approach: Torts and Contracts (9:16) The Traditional Approach: Other Areas (Property) (5:40) Interest Analysis: Overview (5:18) Interest Analysis: The Steps of the Method (Finding False Conflicts, True Conflicts, and Unprovided For Cases) (8:45) Interest Analysis: How to Figure Out Interests (10:50) Interest Analysis: Modifications to and Legacies of Interest Analysis (6:31)
The Center of Gravity (5:00) The Better Law: Overview (5:08) The Better Law: What's Better and Why? (7:04) The Most Significant Relationship: Overview (4:06) The Most Significant Relationship: Stages of the Method (10:57) The Most Significant Relationship: Stage Two of the Analysis, a Deeper Dive (6:04) Choice of Law Clauses (5:50) Corporate Internal Affairs (3:20) Wrap-Up of Methodologies (3:07) Legal Characterization (5:13) Dépeçage (4:21) Renvoi (8:21) The Public Policy Exception and Other Exceptions (4:01) Proving Foreign Law (5:29) An Overview of Constitutional Constraints (3:14) The Early Due Process Cases (6:02) The Early Full Faith and Credit Cases (5:20) The Modern Approach to Constitutional Constraints (10:08) Federal Law Claims: The Problem of Extraterritoriality (4:39) Federal Law Claims: When Federal Law Incorporates State Laws (3:21) The Erie Doctrine: An Overview (3:20) The Erie Doctrine: The Big Four Cases (12:11) The Erie Doctrine: The Modern Analysis in Five Steps (8:37) The Erie Doctrine: A Simple Walkthrough of a Sample Problem (8:22) Klaxon and Choice of Law When Litigating State Law Claims in Federal Courts (2:54) Recognizing and Enforcing Judgments: Topic Introduction (4:04) Indroduction to Claim and Issue Preclusion (4:13) Claim Preclusion (Res Judicata) (8:36) Issue Preclusion (Collateral Estoppel) (5:41) Enforcing Judgments from a Different State: Full Faith and Credit (10:53) Enforcing Foreign Country Judgments in U.S. Courts (6:54).
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