The foundations and emergence of jurisdictional theory -- Adjudicatory authority: reasons for its existence and its principal types -- The design of jurisdictional provisions -- The emergence of jurisdictional theory in the United States and Germany -- Basic themes and pervasive issues -- The actor sequitur forum rei principle: are defendants jurisdictionally preferred? Should they be? -- Consent and adjudicatory authority: consequences of splitting causes of action, participating as a litigant, and choice of forum agreements -- Forum shopping and fine-tuning: herein of forum non conveniens, antisuit injunctions, and lis pendens -- Convergence and compromise in private international law: the role of international instruments
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