Federal Rule 44.1 and the "Fact" Approach to Determining Foreign Law: Death Knell for a Die-Hard Doctrine

@article{Miller1967FederalR4,
  title={Federal Rule 44.1 and the "Fact" Approach to Determining Foreign Law: Death Knell for a Die-Hard Doctrine},
  author={Arthur R. Miller},
  journal={Michigan Law Review},
  year={1967},
  volume={65},
  pages={613-751}
}
  • A. Miller
  • Published 1 February 1967
  • Law
  • Michigan Law Review
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