John C. Reitz

John C. Reitz

Biographical Information

Publications

Books

John C. Reitz, Editor of Constitutional Dialogues in Comparative Perspective, with Sally J. Kenney and William M. Reisinger. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, xix, 254 pages.

Book Chapters

John C. Reitz, "Recognition of Foreign Administrative Acts in the United States," in Recognition of Foreign Administrative Acts, edited by Jaime Rodríguez-Arana Muñoz. Cham: Springer, 2016, at 369, 19 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Comparative Law and Political Economy,” in Comparative Law and Society, edited by David S. Clark. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc., 2012, at 105, 28 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Public-Private Partnerships in the USA,” with Dominique Custos, in Public-Private Partnership: International Academy of Comparative Law XVIIIth Congress, edited by Francois Lichère. Brussels, Belgium: Bruylant, 2011, at 263, 44 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Political Economy and Contract Law,” in New Features in Contract Law, edited by Reiner Shulze. München, Germany: Sellier European Law Publishers, 2007, at 247, 30 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Freedom of Religion and Its Limitations: Judicial Standards for Deciding Particular Cases to Maintain the State’s Secular Role in Protecting Society’s Religious Commitments,” in Comparative Perspectives on Shari’ah in Nigeria, edited by Philip Ostien, Jamila M. Nasir, and Franz Kogelmann. Ibadan, Nigeria: Spectrum Books Ltd, 2005, at 178, 67 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Commercial Transactions,” in Introduction to the Law of the United States, 2nd ed., with Jonathan Carlson, edited by David S. Clark and Tugrul Ansay. New York: Kluwer Law International, 2002, at 281, 28 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Agency/Trusts,” in 3 United States Law of Trade and Investment, edited by Boris Kozolchyk and John F. Molloy. Littleton, CO: Fred B. Rothman, 2001, at 19-iii, x, 38 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Systems Mixing and in Transition: Import and Export of Legal Models,” in Comparative Law Facing the 21st Century, edited by John W. Bridge. London: UKNCCL, 2001, at 57, 42 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Introduction: Constitutional Dialogues in Comparative Perspective,” with Sally J. Kenney and William M. Reisinger, in Constitutional Dialogues in Comparative Perspective, edited by John C. Reitz, Sally J. Kenney, and William M. Reisinger. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, at 1, 7 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Political Economy and Abstract Review in Germany, France, and the United States,” in Constitutional Dialogues in Comparative Perspective, edited by John C. Reitz, Sally J. Kenney, and William M. Reisinger. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, at 62, 26 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law: Theoretical Perspectives,” in Democratic Theory and Post-Communist Change, edited by Robert Grey. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1997, at 111, 33 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Progress in Building Institutions for the Rule of Law,” in Democratic Theory and Post-Communist Change, edited by Robert Grey. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1997, at 144, 46 pages.
John C. Reitz, “The Influence of Ernst Freund in American Law,” in Der Einfluss deutscher Emigranten auf die Rechtsentwicklung in den USA und in Deutschland, edited by Marcus Lutter, et al. Tübingen, Germany: J.C.B. Mohr, 1993, at 423, 13 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Commercial Transactions,” in Introduction to the Law of the United States, edited by David S. Clark and Tugrul Ansay. Deventer; Boston: Kluwer Law and Taxation Publishers, 1992, at 279, 27 pages.

Articles

John C. Reitz, “Preface,” with Franklin A. Gevurtz and H. Patrick Glenn, 62 American Journal of Comparative Law (Supplement) ix (2014), 2 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Recognition of Foreign Administrative Acts,” 62 American Journal of Comparative Law (Supplement) 589 (2014), 27 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Introduction to Volume 23.1 (Symposium: Judicial Review: Between Promise and Chagrin),” 23 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 1 (2014), 5 pages.
John C. Reitz, “The Importance of and Need for Legal Science,” 21 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 647 (2013), 20 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Public-Private Partnerships,” with Dominique Custos, 58 American Journal of Comparative Law (Supplement) 555 (2010), 30 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Preface,” with Symeon C. Symeonides, 58 American Journal of Comparative Law (Supplement) iii (2010), 2 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Legal Origins, Comparative Law, and Political Economy (Symposium on Legal Origins),” 57 American Journal of Comparative Law 847 (2009), 16 pages.
John C. Reitz,, “Toward a Study of the Ecology of Judicial Activism?” 59 University of Toronto Law Journal 185 (2009), 12 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Politics, Executive Dominance, and Transformative Law in the Culture of Judicial Independence,” 5 University of St. Thomas Law Journal 743 (2008), 65 pages.
John C. Reitz, “E-government,” 54 American Journal of Comparative Law (Supplement) 733 (2006), 22 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Introduction to Symposium: Comparative Constitutional Law at Iowa,” 15 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 481 (2006), 7 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Political Economy and Separation of Powers (Symposium: Comparative Constitutional Law at Iowa),” 15 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 579 (2006), 47 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Chto Delat’? Rol’ Gosudarstva v Razvitii Grazhdanskovo Obshchestva v Rossii [What Is To Be Done? The State’s Role in the Development of Civil Society in Russia],” translated by Alexander Domrin, 2 Predstavitel’naya Vlast [Representative Power] 28 (2004), 3 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Export of the Rule of Law,” 13 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 429 (2003), 58 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Standing to Raise Constitutional Issues,” 50 American Journal of Comparative Law (Supplement) 437 (2002), 24 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Doubts About Convergence: Political Economy as an Impediment to Globalization,” 12 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 139 (2002), 21 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Political Economy as a Major Architectural Principle of Public Law,” 75 Tulane Law Review 1121 (2001), 37 pages.
John C. Reitz, “How To Do Comparative Law,” 46 American Journal of Comparative Law 617 (1998), 20 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Legal and Administrative Problems of Airline Deregulation,” 42 American Journal of Comparative Law Supplement 419 (1994), 33 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Public School Financing in the United States: More on the Dark Side of Intermediate Structures,” 1993 Brigham Young University Law Review 623, 21 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Otázky a Komentář k Českému” Zákonu o Konkursu a Vyrovnání,” 39 Zemědělská Ekonomika 267 (1993), 7 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Grundlegende Unterschiede zwischen dem Deutschen und dem U.S.-Amerikanischen Zivilprozeßrecht: Vorzüge, die sich ausschließen?” 104 Zeitschrift für Zivilprozeß 381 (1991), 15 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Why We Probably Cannot Adopt the German Advantage in Civil Procedure,” 75 Iowa Law Review 987 (1990), 23 pages.
John C. Reitz, “A History of Cutoff Rules as a Form of Caveat Emptor: Pt. II - From Roman Law to the Modern Civil and Common Law,” 37 American Journal of Comparative Law 247 (1989), 53 pages
John C. Reitz, “The Mysteries of the Mise en Demeure,” 63 Tulane Law Review 85 (1988), 36 pages.
John C. Reitz, “A History of Cutoff Rules as a Form of Caveat Emptor: Part I - The 1980 U.N. Convention on the International Sale of Goods,” 36 American Journal of Comparative Law 437 (1988), 36 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Against Notice: A Proposal to Restrict the Notice of Claims Rule in U.C.C. §2-607(3)(a),” 73 Cornell Law Review 534 (1988), 62 pages.
John C. Reitz, “The Rising Tide of Reverse Flow: Would a Legislative Breakwater Violate U.S. Treaty Commitments?” 72 Michigan Law Review 551 (1974), 42 pages.

Book Reviews

John C. Reitz, “A Life in the Craft of Comparative Law,” review of Thoughts from a Bridge: A Retrospective on New Europe and American Federalism, by Eric Stein. 100 Michigan Law Review 1453 (2002), 17 pages.

Reports

John C. Reitz, Editor of “U.S. National Reports to the XIXth International Congress of Comparative Law,” with Franklin A. Gevurtz and H. Patrick Glenn. Washington, DC: American Society of Comparative Law, Inc., 2014, x, 705 pages; published as volume 62 (Supplement) (2014), American Journal of Comparative Law.
John C. Reitz, Editor of “Welcoming the World: U.S. National Reports to the XVIIIth International Congress of Comparative Law,” with Symeon C. Symeonides. Ann Arbor, MI: American Society of Comparative Law, Inc., 2010, iv, 685 pages; published as volume 58 (Supplement) (2010), American Journal of Comparative Law.
John C. Reitz, Editor of “American Law in the 21st Century: U.S. National Reports to the XVIIth International Congress of Comparative Law,” with David S. Clark. [Berkeley, CA]: American Society of Comparative Law, 2006, viii, 754 pages; published as volume 54 (Supplement) (2006), American Journal of Comparative Law, 754 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Comments on Mongolian Civil Procedure Code of 2002,” Expert’s Comments submitted to the American Bar Association’s Asia Law Initiative for transmittal to the Mongolian Minister of Justice (January 11, 2005), 28 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Final Trip Report: Consultations Concerning Drafting of Civil Procedure Code,” Consultant’s Report to United Nations Development Project V1E/95/017 in Vietnam on Civil Procedure Reform, May 22, 2001, 24 pages.
John C. Reitz, “Constitutional Limitations on Congressional Power to Outlaw or Restrict Military Unions,” with Erwin Griswold, in Unionization of the Armed Forces: Hearings on S. 274 and S. 997 before the Senate Committee on Armed Services, 95th Congress, 1st Session, Appendix, 347 (1977), 57 pages.