Foreign Governments as Plaintiffs in U.S. Courts

Max Planck Lecture Series
15:00 / 24 June 2015

Professor Hannah Buxbaum, John E. Schiller Chair in Legal Ethics, Maurer School of Law, Indiana University Bloomington

Professor Hannah Buxbaum teaches conflict of laws, contracts, international business transactions, international litigation and secured transactions at Indiana Law, where she also served as interim dean from January 2012 to December 2013.

She has also taught as a visiting professor at the universities of Cologne, Kiel, and Nürnberg-Erlangen, as well as at the Hague Academy of International Law.

Professor Buxbaum has published extensively in leading U.S. and European journals on private international law and international litigation and jurisdiction.
Her most recent work has focused on the jurisdictional issues presented in cross-border securities and antitrust litigation.

Among her publications, the books “Transnational Business Problems” (5th edition, Foundation Press 2014, with Detlev Vagts, William Dodge & Harold Koh) and “A Conflict-of-Laws Anthology” (2nd edition, LexisNexis 2012, with Gene Shreve).

A more complete list of Professor Buxbaum’s publications can be found in her personal webpage.

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