Across state lines: applying the conflict of laws to your practice
American Bar Association, Section of General Practice, 1989 - Law - 221 pages
This work provides a basic framework for understanding the Conflict of Laws Doctrine, using examples from family law, tort cases, contracts and property matters.
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