Civil justice in the US is a primary means of law enforcement, and those who compete in the US economy ought, except in compelling circumstances, to be subject to the same modes of law enforcement as their US competitors. The five-tiered process for rulemaking regarding special accomodation of foreign interests is examined.
J. Dickson Phillips and Paul D. Carrington,
Reflections on the Interface of Treaties and Rules of Procedure: Time for Federal “Long-Arm” Legislation,
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