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Concurring), cert. S. Ct. Ed. 531 (1949); Bense v. 1982); Richardson Greenshields Securities, Inc. v. Supp. 1983). The “substantial relationship” approach followed in New York, which parallels Judge Hand’s rule, is stated succinctly in Restatement (Second) of Conflicts of Law § 187. See Nakhleh v. Supp. 1973). , questions of validity, formalities and capacity) unless either (a) the chosen state has no substantial relationship to the parties . . or (b) application of the law of the chosen state would be contrary to a fundamental policy of a state which has a materially greater interest than the chosen state .
DETERMINING THE RULES WHEN MORE THAN ONE STATE HAS AN INTEREST IN THE TRANSACTION Which state’s law applies when the laws of different states conflict? The answer may be provided by the contracting parties. When the contract was formed, the parties may have chosen the state whose laws would apply to the transaction. If the parties did not select the state or made an ineffective selection, then the answer is found in the choice of law rules of the forum state (the state where the lawsuit is filed).
Under the law of Illinois, a “no damages for delay” clause would be incorporated into the subcontract, and Binks could successfully defend the lawsuit. Under New York law, a “no damages for delay” clause would not be incorporated into the subcontract, and Harmonay could recover. Review the following excerpt from S. Leo Harmonay, Inc. v. , and determine whether the court applied Illinois or New York law and why. CASE S. Leo Harmonay, Inc. v. Binks Manufacturing Co. United States District Court, Southern District of New York, 1984.