Vol. 61 Nbr. 4, June 1998
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- Judgments conventions and minimum contracts.
- Why properly construed due process limits on personal jurisdiction must always trump contrary treaty provisions.
- A Hague conference judgments convention and United States courts: a problem and a possibility.
- Where America ends and the international order begins: interpreting the jurisdictional reach of the U.S. Constitution in light of a proposed Hague Convention on jurisdiction and satisfaction of judgments.
- Negotiating the tort long-arm provisions of the Judgments Convention.
- The role and status of American law in the Hague Judgments Convention project.
- The trouble with trade dress protection of product design.
- Sanctions for nonfrivolous complaints? Implications for the improper purpose prong of Rule 11.