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Judgments conventions and minimum contacts
Patrick J. Borchers, Judgments Conventions and Minimum Contacts, 61 Alb. L. Rev. 1161 (1998).
Courts and the second conflicts restatement: Some observations and an empirical note
Patrick J. Borchers, Courts and the Second Conflicts Restatement: Some Observations and an Empirical Note, 56 Md. L. Rev. 1232 (1997).
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).
Few little issues for the Hague judgments negotiations
Patrick J. Borchers, A Few Little Issues for the Hague Judgments Negotiations, 24 Brook. J. Int’l L. 157 (1998).
In the 1990's, the Hague Conference on Private International Law began to consider drafting a worldwide convention on judgment recognition and jurisdiction in civil and commercial matters. This article identifies the issues ...
Back to the past: Anti-pragmatism in American conflicts law
Patrick J. Borchers, Back to the Past: Anti-Pragmatism in American Conflicts Law, 48 Mercer L. Rev. 721 (1997).
International criminal tribunals: A jurisprudential thought
Patrick J. Borchers, International Criminal Tribunals: A Jurisprudential Thought, 60 Alb. L. Rev. 653 (1997).
Choice of law relative to security interests and other liens in international bankruptcies
Patrick J. Borchers, Choice of Law Relative to Security Interests and Other Liens in International Bankruptcies, 46 Am. J. Comp. L. Supp. 165 (1998) (United States Report for the XV Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law).
Croson: A look forward, a look back
Patrick J. Borchers, Croson: A Look Forward, A Look Back, in Minority and Women Business Programs Revisited: Public Contracting in the 1990's (Am. Bar Ass’n Section of Pub. Contract Law ed., 1990).
Pennoyer's limited legacy: A reply to Professor Oakley
Patrick J. Borchers, Pennoyer’s Limited Legacy: A Reply to Professor Oakley, 29 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 115 (1995).
Baker v. General Motors: Implications for interjurisdictional recognition of non-traditional marriages
Patrick J. Borchers, Baker v. General Motors: Implications for Interjurisdictional Recognition of Non-Traditional Marriages, 32 Creighton L. Rev. 147 (1998).
This paper evaluates the effect of the Full Faith and Credit Clause and its implementing statute on the recognition by one state of a non-traditional marriage, most obviously a same-sex marriage, in another state. The paper ...