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Regulating Violence In Video Games: Virtually Everything, Alan Wilcox Mar 2013

Regulating Violence In Video Games: Virtually Everything, Alan Wilcox

Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary

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Filling The Gap Between Morality And Jurisprudence: The Use Of Binding Arbitration To Resolve Claims Of Restitution Regarding Nazi-Stolen Art , Rebecca Keim Apr 2012

Filling The Gap Between Morality And Jurisprudence: The Use Of Binding Arbitration To Resolve Claims Of Restitution Regarding Nazi-Stolen Art , Rebecca Keim

Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal

Recognizing the gaps in existing legislation, this article will argue that disputes arising between claimants and museums regarding the repatriation of Nazi-looted artwork should be decided by binding arbitration rather than litigation. To facilitate such arbitration, international law should support the creation of an arbitration commission, which would provide the most efficient and consistent way to resolve claims. Moreover, a neutral forum with clear rules of law and procedure capable of resolving claims would not only be more fair to claimants, but also to museums and personal collectors. This article will first discuss the severity and magnitude of Nazi looting ...


Victorious Youth In Peril: Analyzing Arguments Used In Cultural Property Disputes To Resolve The Case Of The Getty Bronze, Alexander Mackintosh Ritchie Feb 2012

Victorious Youth In Peril: Analyzing Arguments Used In Cultural Property Disputes To Resolve The Case Of The Getty Bronze, Alexander Mackintosh Ritchie

Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal

There has been a great deal of press in the recent years concerning the illegal exportation of cultural objects, their illicit sale to museums and private collectors, and the arguments that would compel either the return or restitution of such objects. This article will offer an introduction to this area including the current law and arguments by focusing the dispute surrounding a tremendous cultural asset, currently owned and residing in the United States-the Getty Bronze. The status of the statue is in question because the Italian authorities are claiming that the statue was illegally exported and, therefore, could not be ...