The extraterritorial effect of worknen's compensation acts offers problems of a complex nature which have often led to confusion and excessive litigation. Problems involved include not only the application of substantive and procedural workmen's compensation law, but also constitutional considerations of due process and full faith and credit. The general area is usually treated under the subject of conflict of laws.
Peter J. Samuelson,
Extraterritorial Effect of the Washington Workmen's Compensation Act and Constitutional Implications,
32 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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