Extraterritorial Application of American Law: A Methodological and Constitutional Appraisal, 50 Law and Contemporary Problems 11 (1987)
The application of American law to litigation with international elements
has provoked a storm of controversy. The debate is most pronounced in the
field of antitrust law, although similar issues are present in areas such as
securities regulation. As the United States faces not only increasing irritation
on the part of certain foreign trading partners, but also occasional retaliatory
legislation by foreign governments, it is natural to wonder how the present
state of affairs came about.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Brilmayer, Lea, "Extraterritorial Application of American Law: A Methodological and Constitutional Appraisal" (1987). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 2425.