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Posted by David Logan
05/27/2009 at 11:00 PM
One of the vexing problems associated with globalization is what to do when an American consumer is injured by a product manufactured by a foreign manufacturer. Prof. Louise Ellen Teitz recently testified on these complex issues before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, and she was a natural choice because she has taught and written about transnational litigation for over two decades. She has also represented the State Department at the Hague Conference in connection with the Jurisdiction and Judgments Convention, The Choice of Court Convention, and the Conventions on Service of Process...
Posted by Hala Furst
05/02/2009 at 11:00 PM
Answer: sigh.... unfortunately, yes. It’s that time of year again, kiddies, and once again I’m fighting the urge to run down to the patio at Aidans, enjoy the beautiful weather in the East Bay, and pretend that I didn’t decide to come to law school. Some days I wake up, look around, and ask myself why the heck I decided to spend my mid-twenties slaving away in front of a computer, prisoner to my own need for perfection. But then the next day comes, and some exciting opportunity like visiting the SCOTUS, or externing at the Supreme Court of Rhode Island, or working this summer at the US...