Foreign Public Law and the Colour of Comity: What's the Difference between Friends?Canadian Business Law Journal. Volume 38, Issue 1 (2003), p. 36-56.
- international litigation,
- Judicial Jurisdiction,
- Separation of Powers
AbstractThe decision of in Reynolds Tobacco v AG Canada exposes marked differences in the approach taken in the US and Canada to the foreign public law exception, differences that can be traced to different approaches to the relationship between the institutions of government.
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Citation InformationWalker, Janet. "Foreign Public Law and the Colour of Comity: What's the Difference between Friends?." Canadian Business Law Journal 38.1 (2003): 36-56.