Conflict of Laws, the fourth edition of Abla Mayss' Principles of Conflict of Laws, continues to provide students with a comprehensive overview of the rules of private international law in an easily accessible manner. Fully updated and revised, this edition includes lists of further reading and web addresses to facilitate a greater depth of understanding and analysis. Key issues covered in this edition include: issues raised by e-commerce and litigation relating to internet defamation the provisions and impact of the Brussels I Regulation and the revised Brussels II Regulation conflict of laws rules as they relate to children changes in the context of the European Community. Written with students in mind, each chapter provides guidance on issues which would merit further consideration, encouraging readers to reflect on what they have learnt. Well-written and up to date, this clearly-structured text is ideal for both undergraduates and postgraduates studying private international law.
Table of Contents
Nature and Scope of Conflict of Laws. Jurisdiction of the English Court in Commercial Disputes: The Common Law Rules. Jurisdiction of the English Court in Commercial Disputes: The European Regime. Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments. Choice of Law in Contract. Choice of Law in Tort. Judgments in Foreign Currency. Law of Property. Domicile at Common Law. Marriage. Matrimonial Causes and Financial Relief. Children
Ruth Hayward, LLB (Hons), LLM, is a Senior Lecturer in Law at Staffordshire University and has many years' teaching experience, including teaching and examining Conflict of Laws at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.