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Opting Out of Regulation: A Public Choice Analysis of Contractual Choice of Law
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2000)
This Article uses public choice theory to analyze the function of choice-of-law clauses in contracts. Choice-of-law clauses are now quite common and are increasingly enforced, especially with the proliferation of international ...
Rules and Institutions in Developing a Law Market: Views from the United States and Europe
(Tulane Law Review, 2008)
Developments in European choice of law seem to offer the United States a tantalizing opportunity for escape from the chaos of state-by-state choice-of-law rules. Specifically, the Rome Regulations provide the sort of uniform ...