constitutional rights; foreign nations
At several junctures, scholars have wondered what constitutional personal jurisdiction doctrine can and should add to procedural doctrines that regulate access to courts and parties’ amenability to suit in U.S. jurisdictions, and procedural doctrines that sort lawsuits into geographically suitable or appropriate locations. Professor Wuerth’s Article invites us to refocus on the question of what doctrines can and should regulate the amenability of foreign sovereigns (as well as the agencies and instrumentalities of foreign sovereigns) to suit in American courts.
Effron, Robin J.
"Novel Perspectives on Due Process Symposium: Doctrinal Redundancy and the Two Paradoxes of Personal Jurisdiction,"
Fordham Law Review Online: Vol. 88
, Article 10.
Available at: https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/flro/vol88/iss1/10