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The Impact Of The European Community On Labor Law: Some American Comparisons, Marley S. Weiss Jan 1993

The Impact Of The European Community On Labor Law: Some American Comparisons, Marley S. Weiss

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Consumer Protection Laws In Bulgaria, James R. Mccall, Lonel M. Allen, Vincent Brannigan, Janet Crosson Jan 1993

Consumer Protection Laws In Bulgaria, James R. Mccall, Lonel M. Allen, Vincent Brannigan, Janet Crosson

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The History Of The Patent Harmonization Treaty: Economic Self-Interest As An Influence, R. Carl Moy Jan 1993

The History Of The Patent Harmonization Treaty: Economic Self-Interest As An Influence, R. Carl Moy

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How shall the United States decide whether to adopt the Patent Harmonization Treaty? What questions shall we ask? Whose answers shall we trust? What sources of information can provide us with the background needed for these inquiries? This article offers a framework in which to ask, and begin to answer, these questions. It focuses on the international community's past efforts to harmonize the law of patents. It asserts not only that history provides context, but also, that the same history yields lessons directly applicable to many of the treaty's basic issues. Section I discusses the immediate history of ...


Subsidiarity And The European Community, George Bermann Jan 1993

Subsidiarity And The European Community, George Bermann

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The notion of subsidiarity in European federalism labors from all manner of burdens. It seems elusive by nature, commentators claiming that they do not know what subsidiarity means or, if they do, that they do not see in it anything new. At the same time subsidiarity has been presented at least in some quarters as a panacea for the Community's current malaise. It clearly is not that. Even if subsidiarity has not been oversold, it is almost certainly overexposed, a condition that the present Article is unlikely to cure.

My purpose in this Article is simply to help make ...