Sunday, November 07, 2004

Fourth Circuit affirms application of German law

In Grecon Dimter, Inc. v. Horner Flooring Company, Inc., the Fourth Circuit in a per curiam opinion for the panel of Chief Judge Wilkins and Judges Niemeyer and Shedd affirmed the enforcement of a choice of law provision that provided for the application of German law to the parties' dispute.

1 comment:

Antonin I. Pribetic said...

For those with an interest in conflict of laws, I have recently published an article comparatively analysing the Fourth Circuit's per curiam opinion in Grecon Dimter Inc. v. Horner Flooring Company, Inc., with the 2005 Supreme Court of Canada decision in Grecon Dimter Inc. v. J.R. Normand Inc. entitled "The (CISG) Road Less Travelled: GreCon Dimter Inc. v. J.R. Normand Inc." 44:1 Canadian Business Law Journal 92-114 (2006). The article is also available for download on the SSRN website at: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=869784.

Antonin I. Pribetic