Recueil Des Cours, Collected Courses, Volume 295 (2002)

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The foundations and emergence of jurisdictional theory
27
The design of jurisdictional provisions
68
The emergence of jurisdictional theory in the United States
95
b Pioneering works
144
Constitutional control and the emergence of comprehensive
160
c The relevance of minimum contacts
166
Basic themes and pervasive issues
179
consequences
204
b German law
211
ings as a litigant
217
derogation clauses
248
The 1974 Reform Act
260
arbitration agreements
268
herein of forum non con
306
Epilogue
402
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