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Jurisdictional pragmatism: International Shoe's half-buried legacy
Patrick J. Borchers, Jurisdictional Pragmatism: International Shoe’s Half-Buried Legacy, 28 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 561 (1995).
Conference on jurisdiction, justice, and choice of law for the twenty-first century
Patrick J. Borchers et al., Conference on Jurisdiction, Justice, and Choice of Law for the Twenty-First Century, 29 New Eng. L. Rev. 517 (1995) (panelist).
Triumph of substance over rules of choice in international commercial transactions: From lex mercatoria to modern standards
Patrick J. Borchers, The Triumph of Substance Over Rules of Choice in International Commercial Transactions: From the Lex Mercatoria to Modern Standards, in Introduction to Transnational Legal Transactions 139 (Marylin J. Raisch & Robert I. Shaffer eds., 1995).
Conflict of laws
Eugene F. Scoles, Peter Hay & Patrick J. Borchers, Conflict of Laws (2d ed. Supp. 1995).
New York State administrative procedure and practice
Patrick J. Borchers & David L. Markell, New York State Administrative Procedure and Practice (1995).
Return of territorialism to New York's conflicts law: Padula v. Lilarn Properties Corp.
Patrick J. Borchers, The Return of Territorialism to New York’s Conflicts Law: Padula v. Lilarn Properties Corp., 58 Alb. L. Rev. 775 (1995).
Conflicting trends in the flourishing international trade of art and antiquities: Restitutio in integrum and possessio animo ferundi/lucrandi
Michael J. Kelly, Conflicting Trends in the Flourishing International Trade of Art and Antiquities: Restitutio in Integrum and Possessio Animo Ferundi/Lucrandi, 14 Dick. J. Int'l L. 31 (1995).
This article studies the underlying economics driving the international black market in art and antiquities from the perspective of the looters who illegally excavate antiquities or steal art, the brokers who launder it, ...
Computer generated evidence as a witness beyond cross-examination
Michael J. Kelly, Computer Generated Evidence as a Witness Beyond Cross-Examination, 17 J. Prod. & Toxics Liab. 95 (1995).
The admission of computer simulations as evidence in civil trials has created the dilemma of how to cross-examine such testimony. Juries tend to believe what they see on television and videos, making it almost impossible ...
Internationalization of contractual conflicts law
Patrick J. Borchers, The Internationalization of Contractual Conflicts Law, 28 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 421 (1995).