In international commerce, harmonizing laws between different countries, and also with mandatory laws established by international agreements and Conventions, is a necessary focus for lawyers who represent clients engaging in such cross-border business. In this presentation, discussion is made by in-house counsel and outside counsel in Tennessee with Eckart J. Brödermann, German lawyer, professor and author. The discussion between these panelist will explain what private international law is, why private international law should be considered as an option in contract negotiations and how the UNIDROIT Principles create a foundation by which myriad national laws and even the common law and the civil law, themselves can be harmonized in commercial contracts for benefit to cross-border trade.
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