- Contract — Choice of law — All risks
This chapter summarises that the book is about the advantages and the risks involved in the choice of law governing an international contract or other transaction, plus the accompanying choice of courts, in the fields of wholesale financial, commercial, corporate, and insolvency law. It sets out the methodology of using key indicators satisfying eligibility tests to measure thirteen main themes and hence to rank the jurisdictions of the world on a comparative basis, focusing mainly on England, New York, France, and Germany, but extending to all the jurisdictions of the world. English and New York law are international public utilities because of their dominant use for international contracts.
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