Conflict of laws / by Kermit Roosevelt III, Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School.
St. Paul, MN : Foundation Press, 
ix, 257 pages ; 24 cm.
Concepts and insights series.
Formatted Contents Note
The traditional approach Modern approaches I (interest analysis) Modern approaches II (the second restatement and better law) Constitutional constraints on choice of law Federal-state conflicts Judicial jurisdiction Recognition of judgments Family law International conflicts.
This title provides an analytical overview of the field of conflicts and explains all major choice-of-law approaches in simple and straightforward text. Separate chapters explore discrete conflicts issues, including personal jurisdiction, recognition of judgments, family law, and state-federal conflicts, including Erie and preemption. It covers the most recent Supreme Court cases on personal jurisdiction and extraterritorial application of federal law, as well as the latest examples of state choice of law approaches. Extensive description and analysis of leading cases make this book an excellent companion to a casebook as well as a resource for practitioners.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.