Jurisdiction in international law / Cedric Ryngaert.

Ryngaert, Cedric [Browse]
Second edition.
  • Oxford : Oxford university press, 2015.
  • Oxford Oxford University Press, 2015.
xxvi, 235 pages ; 24 cm.


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  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction
  • 1.1.Scope and Method of This Study
  • 1.2.Structure of the Study
  • 1.3.Jurisdiction as a Concern of International Law
  • 1.4.The Concept of Jurisdiction in Transnational Domestic Litigation
  • 1.5.The Concept of Jurisdiction in International Human Rights Treaties
  • 1.6.Concluding Remarks
  • 2.Public International Law Approaches to Jurisdiction
  • 2.1.The Lotus Case
  • 2.2.Customary International Law
  • 3.The Territoriality Principle
  • 3.1.Historical Growth of the Territoriality Principle in Continental Europe
  • 3.2.The Territoriality Principle in England
  • 3.3.The Territoriality Principle in the United States
  • 3.4.Territorial Jurisdiction over Cross-border Offenses
  • 3.5.Territorial Jurisdiction and the Internet
  • 3.6.Territorial Jurisdiction over Antitrust Violations
  • 3.7.Territorial Jurisdiction and Securities Regulation
  • 3.8.Territoriality and Orders for Discovery Abroad --
  • Note continued: 3.9.Territorial Extension of Domestic Law
  • 3.10.Concluding Observations
  • 4.The Principles of Extraterritorial Jurisdiction
  • 4.1.Continental Europe v Common Law Countries
  • 4.2.Active Personality Principle
  • 4.3.Passive Personality Principle
  • 4.4.Protective Principle
  • 4.5.Universality Principle
  • 4.6.Concurrent Jurisdiction and Normative Competency Conflicts
  • 5.A Reasonable Exercise of Jurisdiction
  • 5.1.Comity as a Discretionary Principle of Jurisdictional Restraint
  • 5.2."Reasonable Jurisdiction" Under International Law
  • 5.3.The Jurisdictional Rule of Reason of 403 of the Restatement (Third) of US Foreign Relations Law (1987)
  • 5.4.The Problematic Character of the Jurisdictional Rule of Reason as an International Law Norm or Principle
  • 5.5.The Jurisdictional Rule of Reason as a Norm of International Law
  • 6.A New Theory of Jurisdiction in International Law
  • 6.1.Inevitability, Democracy, and Reciprocity --
  • Note continued: 6.2.Substantivism
  • 6.3.Devising a Jurisdictional Framework: Using Transnational Regulatory and Judicial Networks
  • 6.4.Revisiting Reasonableness: Protective Purpose and Subsidiarity
  • 6.5.Final Concluding Remarks.
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