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Unformatted text preview: E. In Rem and Quasi in Rem Jurisdiction F. Exclusive Jurisdiction vs. Concurrent Jurisdiction 1. Federal Examples and State Examples 2. Erie doctrine G. Conflict-Of-Law Rules 1. Definition of conflict of law 2. Traditional rules vs. significant interest 3. Hughes- five factors applied a. predictability of result b. maintenance of order c. simplification of the judicial task d. advancement of forum’s governmental interest e. application of the better rule of law H. Venue 1. Definition 2. Place where P or D live or where dispute arose 3. Change of Venue 4. Forum non conveniens – four factors considered – p. 45 III. Judicial Officials A. Judges 1. duties 2. methods of reaching bench (federal vs. state) 3. judicial immunity B. Clerks C. Sheriff – quasi-judicial/executive...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course FINA 2244 taught by Professor Moore during the Spring '07 term at East Carolina University .
- Spring '07