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Front Matter And Table Of Contents Dec 2019

Front Matter And Table Of Contents

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

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Masthead Dec 2019

Masthead

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

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Variations On A Theme: Corporate Law In Latin America, Continental Europe, And The United States, Ángel R. Oquendo Dec 2019

Variations On A Theme: Corporate Law In Latin America, Continental Europe, And The United States, Ángel R. Oquendo

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

The regulation of incorporated companies in Latin America and Continental Europe appears to distance itself from that in the United States. It differs in how it structures itself and handles incorporation, incorporators, piercing, governance, discipline, and shareholders. In their regulatory exertions, both regimes rely, certainly, on legislation and adjudication yet do so differently, qualitatively in addition to quantitatively.

Apparently, civil and common law continue to specialize respectively though not exclusively in statutes and binding precedents. Still, they ever more frequently intrude into each other’s apparent specialty, while leaving their own imprint on it. The tendency to converge coexists with ...


How Animal Science Products, Inc. Plays A Role In The China And U.S. International Relations Saga, Tessa V. Mears Dec 2019

How Animal Science Products, Inc. Plays A Role In The China And U.S. International Relations Saga, Tessa V. Mears

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

“How Animal Science Products, Inc. Plays a Role in the China and U.S. International Relations Saga” takes a look at a June 2018 Supreme Court decision that ruled federal courts are not bound to defer to a foreign government’s interpretation of its own law. This paper discusses the pros and cons of absolute deference to foreign governments in these instances, in addition to examining the effectiveness of foreign amicus briefs in antitrust cases before the Supreme Court. This paper finishes with a discussion on the current state of international relations China and the U.S., with a summary ...


Simple Legal Writing Can Improve Business Outcomes In Latin America, Leon C. Skornicki Apr 2019

Simple Legal Writing Can Improve Business Outcomes In Latin America, Leon C. Skornicki

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

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Banking On Blockchains: A Transformative Technology Reshaping Latin American And Caribbean Economies, Robert W. Rust Ii Apr 2019

Banking On Blockchains: A Transformative Technology Reshaping Latin American And Caribbean Economies, Robert W. Rust Ii

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

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Mexico’S National Anti-Corruption System: Reaching The Finish Line?, Dr. Roberto Carlos Fonseca Apr 2019

Mexico’S National Anti-Corruption System: Reaching The Finish Line?, Dr. Roberto Carlos Fonseca

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

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Biometric Identification In India Versus The Right To Privacy: Core Constitutional Features, Defining Citizens’ Interests, And The Implications Of Biometric Identification In The United States, Madison Julia Levine Feb 2019

Biometric Identification In India Versus The Right To Privacy: Core Constitutional Features, Defining Citizens’ Interests, And The Implications Of Biometric Identification In The United States, Madison Julia Levine

University of Miami Law Review

In 2009, the Indian government introduced a widespread biometric identification system called Aadhaar—a national scheme that issues Indian citizens and residents a unique identification number while collecting and storing their most personal biometric and demographic information. As the Aadhaar system was implemented and promoted in India, widespread concerns grew regarding the storage and protection of such private information. How can Indian citizens enforce and protect their privacy rights? In 2017, the Indian Supreme Court attempted to address this issue by holding that an individual’s right to privacy is an inherent part of the right to life and personal ...


The Question Of The Constitutionality Of Non-Economic Damage Caps In Personal Injury Cases In Canada, Rachael Kratz Jan 2019

The Question Of The Constitutionality Of Non-Economic Damage Caps In Personal Injury Cases In Canada, Rachael Kratz

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

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Prefatory Matter And Table Of Contents Jan 2019

Prefatory Matter And Table Of Contents

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

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Nafta/Usmca Dispute Settlement Mechanisms And The Constitution, John S. Baker Jr., Phd, Lindsey Keiser Jan 2019

Nafta/Usmca Dispute Settlement Mechanisms And The Constitution, John S. Baker Jr., Phd, Lindsey Keiser

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

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Will Corruption In Argentina Prevent The Protection Of Personal Tax Information It Exchanges Under Its Fatca And Crs Commitments?, Jihan Jude Jan 2019

Will Corruption In Argentina Prevent The Protection Of Personal Tax Information It Exchanges Under Its Fatca And Crs Commitments?, Jihan Jude

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

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Canada’S Summary Trial Procedure: A Viable Alternative To Summary Judgment On Trademark Likelihood Of Confusion Actions In The United States, Elaine Kussurelis Jan 2019

Canada’S Summary Trial Procedure: A Viable Alternative To Summary Judgment On Trademark Likelihood Of Confusion Actions In The United States, Elaine Kussurelis

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.