2128 This is also how Blackstone viewed it with respect to the Royal Prerogative, but not with respect to the sovereignty of Parliament, and the same view was found in the common opinion of Story at Dartmouth College v. Woodward, 2129 In the event of a contractual dispute between parties in different jurisdictions, the law applicable to a contract depends on the conflict-of-laws analysis by the Tribunal before which the action for failure to fulfil obligations is brought. In the absence of a legal choice clause, the Tribunal generally applies either the right of jurisdiction or that of a court having the strongest connection with the subject matter of the contract. . . .