International Litigation and the Quest for Reasonableness: Essays in Private International Law

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INDEX
Aérospatiale Case 188-93
Antitrust
Arbitration of Controversies 218- 220, 223-6
Effects Principle 33-41
Reach of U.S. jurisdiction 20-7, 30- 2
Arbitration
Arbitration Agreements 215-20, 221-3
Public Law Issues 215, 220, 226-7
Anti-suit Injunctions 9-10
Balancing
Effects Doctrine and 41-3
Reasonableness and 44-5
Banca della Svizzera Italiana Case 167-9
Bank of Nova Scotia Cases 169-74
Banks (See under Discovery)
Beale, Prof. Joseph Henry200
Blocking Statutes
Bahamas and Cayman Islands170- 4
Origin and Spread 151-7
Swiss 146-9, 167-9
Blumberg, Dean Phillip82-7
Brussels Convention
Jurisdiction of Courts 50, 56-7, 126-7
Forum Selection 204
Jenard Report 52-204
Cartels
Aluminium 30-2
Light Bulb 32
Nylon 30-2
Uranium 153, 158-9
Choy, Judge Herbert42, 43
Comity 19, 25-8, 70
Corporations (see Multinational Enterprises
Diplock, Lord Kenneth13, 14, 142
Discovery
American Approach 140-5
Ampicillin Litigation 154-6
Banca della Svizzera Italiana Case 169-74
Bank of Nova Scotia Cases 169-74
Banks and Secrecy Laws 146-50, 166-74
Blocking Statutes 151-6
City Bank Case 149-50
'Fishing Expeditions' 142-3, 192
Foreign Compulsion and 150-6
Hague Evidence Convention (See Principal Heading)
Interhandel Case 146-9
National Practices Compared 140-5
Resolution by Treaty 174-9
Cayman Islands-US177-8
Switzerland-US176-7
Sample American Request 185
Westinghouse Litigation ( U.K.) 158-64
Westinghouse Litigation ( U.S.) 164-6
Effects Principle
Alcoa case ( US) 30-2
Balancing and 41-3
Defined 29-30
Dyestuffs case (ECJ) 33-7
European Court of Justice 30, 33- 41
Reinwater case (ECJ) 30
Woodpulp Case 37-41
European Community
Jurisdiction and Judgments Convention (See Brussels Convention)
Arbitration of Competition Disputes 223-5
Effects Principle 30, 33-41
Fitzmaurice, Judge Gerald43
Foreign Compulsion Doctrine
Discovery and 150-6
Insurance Antitrust Case 25-7
Forum Selection (See Party Autonomy)
Hague Evidence Convention 180-98
Aéerospatiale Case 188-93
Article 23182-4
Background and Overview 180-2

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