‘The Comparative Value of Choice of Law and Forum Selection Clauses’

“Choice-of-law clauses and forum selection clauses routinely come before courts hearing transnational cases. A choice-of-law clause selects a law to govern the contract. A forum selection clause chooses a court in which to resolve disputes. These differences notwithstanding, the two clauses are often discussed in the same breath. Leading casebooks on conflict of laws examine both clauses together in a single chapter devoted to the concept of party autonomy …” (more)

[John Coyle, Transnational Litigation Blog, 13 May]

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