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State Extraterritorial Powers Reconsidered: A Reply. (To Article by Mark D. Rosen in This Issue, P. 1133)

Notre Dame Law Review, 2010, March, 85, 3

Notre Dame Law Review

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INTRODUCTION I greatly appreciate Professor Rosen's thoughtful reply (1) to my recent article. (2) In many ways, our differences on extraterritoriality doctrine and practice are modest. We agree that current doctrine has its flaws; we agree that courts are useful "first cut" actors in formulating responses to extraterritoriality disputes; (3) and we agree that the system functions as harmoniously as it does because states, for the most part, have chosen to regulate in a way that respects their neighbors' territorial prerogatives. (4)

State Extraterritorial Powers Reconsidered: A Reply. (To Article by Mark D. Rosen in This Issue, P. 1133)
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  • Published: 01 March 2010
  • Publisher: University of Notre Dame Law School
  • Print Length: 10 Pages
  • Language: English
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