Adjudication without Frontiers
Edited by Horatia Muir Watt, Lucia Bíziková, Agatha Brandão de Oliveira and Diego P. Fernandez Arroyo
Providing a unique and clearly structured tool, this book presents an authoritative collection of carefully selected global case studies. Some of these are considered global due to their internationally relevant subject matter, whilst others demonstrate the blurring of traditional legal categories in an age of accelerated cross-border movement. The study of the selected cases in their political, cultural, social and economic contexts sheds light on the contemporary transformation of law through its encounter with conflicting forms of normativity and the multiplication of potential fora.
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- Global Private International Law
- Table of cases
- Table of legislation
- Chapter 1: Post-war yearning for deparochialisation and the siren of free trade: The Bremen v. Zapata Off-Shore Co.
- Chapter 2: Judicial discretion (from Bhopal to Brexit): Owusu v. Jackson
- Chapter 3: Parallel proceedings: Texaco/Chevron lawsuits (re Ecuador)
- Chapter 4: Free-wheeling judgments/awards: Mitsubishi Motors Corp. v. Soler Chrysler-Plymouth, Inc.
- Chapter 5: By-passing sovereignty: Trafigura lawsuits (re Ivory Coast)
- Chapter 6: Indigenous norms and judicial anthropology: Song Mao
- Chapter 7: Non-state authority: FIFA
- Chapter 8: Informal codes: Nike v. Kasky
- Chapter 9: Arbitration and religion: Jivraj v. Hashwani
- Chapter 10: Emerging global giants: the legal infrastructure and structural causes of economic monopoly: Samsung
- Chapter 11: Global supply chains: Doe v. Nestle
- Chapter 12: Global market for sovereign debt: Argentina v. NML Capital, Ltd.
- Chapter 13: Autonomising financial markets: Lehman Brothers v. BNY Corporate Trustee
- Chapter 14: Mysteries of extraterritoriality: RJR Nabisco, Inc. v. European Community
- Chapter 15: Beyond the State: how far can rights reach? Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co.
- Chapter 16: Interpretation at cross-purposes: Dallah v. Pakistan
- Chapter 17: Economic transplants: Lafonta v. Autorité des marchés financiers
- Chapter 18: Mestizo international law: Petrobras saga
- Chapter 19: Legal challenges of data dominance: Yahoo! v. LICRA and Microsoft – Ireland cases
- Chapter 20: Global contract governance: Selden v. Airbnb
- Chapter 21: Free movement of corporations: Centros Ltd. v. Erhvervs-og Selskabsstyrelsen
- Chapter 22: Financial markets: Banco Santander v. Transport Companies
- Chapter 23: Global labour market: Laval
- Chapter 24: Surrogacy issues: Mennesson v. France
- Chapter 25: Blind spots (persons and family): Blood
- Chapter 26: Cultural identities: Wagner v. Luxembourg
- Chapter 27: Privatisation of international migration flows: Manus Island class action
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Chapter 1: Post-war yearning for deparochialisation and the siren of free trade: The Bremen v. Zapata Off-Shore Co.
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