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Current Jurisdictional and Recognitional Issues in the Conflict of Laws
Canadian Business Law Journal. Volume 50 (2011), p. 499-524.
  • Vaughan Black
  • Joost Blom
  • Janet Walker, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University
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  • Canada,
  • conflict of laws,
  • Private international law
In honour of the 40th Consumer and Commercial law Workshop and the 50th volume of the Canadian Business Law Journal the authors were asked to provide a retrospective of developments in the conflict of laws that highlights emerging issues. They present their comments in a conversational fashion in which each presents a perspective upon which the other two authors comment. The following issues are discussed: reorientation of Canadian private international law following the Morguard decision (Supreme Court of Canada, 1990), convergence - both international and interprovincial, and becoming more worldly in a changing world.
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Black, Vaughan, Joost Blom, and Janet Walker. "Current Jurisdictional and Recognitional Issues in the Conflict of Laws." Canadian Business Law Journal 50 (2011): 499-524.