This convenient and effective audio lecture examines the conflict of laws in a clear, succinct, timesaving format. It includes informed exam tips to maximize your performance. Section titles discuss, amongst others: Definition, History and Sources of Law, Domicile, Jurisdiction, Incidental Issues/Jurisdiction, Notice, Transfer/Federal Courts, Choice of Law-In General, Escape Devices, Governmental Interest Analysis/Tort, Choice of Laws/Contract, Statutes of Fraud, Usury, Worker's Compensation Awards, Property, Trusts and Estates, Domestic Relations Law, Recognition of Judgments, Defenses, Enforcement, and Review of Judgments.
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aWhat is conflict? History and sources of conflict of laws Three subdivisions of the subject Domicile Jurisdiction: in general In personam In rem Quasi in rem Incidental issues/Jurisdiction-court competence Notice Forum non conveniens Transfer/Federal courts Party choice Choice of law: in general "Foreign" causes of action Three choice methodologies Vested rightsChoice/tort and contract "Escape devices" Most significant relationship/tort Governmental interest analysis/tort Choice of laws/contract Statutes of frauds Usury Worker's compensation awards Property (immovable and movable) Trusts, succession, wills and estates Agency Partnerships Corporations Domestic relations law Recognition of judgements: foreign country judgements/comity Domestic judgements/full faith and credit Modifiable judgements Review of judgements Defenses to recognition and enforcement Federal/state (Erie) problems Constitutional limits on choice of law International conflicts.
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