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The Making Of An Iconic Cheese: Mozzarella Di Bufala Campana D.O.P., Michele Graziadei 2021 University of Torino

The Making Of An Iconic Cheese: Mozzarella Di Bufala Campana D.O.P., Michele Graziadei

FIU Law Review

No abstract provided.


Credit Supports For Italian Specialty Products: The Case Of Prosciutto And Long-Aged Cheese, Jorge L. Esquirol 2021 FIU College of Law

Credit Supports For Italian Specialty Products: The Case Of Prosciutto And Long-Aged Cheese, Jorge L. Esquirol

FIU Law Review

No abstract provided.


It’S All About The Pasta: Protectionism, Liberalization, And The Challenge For Quality And Sustainability Of Made In Italy, Fernanda G. Nicola, Gino Scaccia 2021 American University Washington College of Law

It’S All About The Pasta: Protectionism, Liberalization, And The Challenge For Quality And Sustainability Of Made In Italy, Fernanda G. Nicola, Gino Scaccia

FIU Law Review

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Contract Law In The Agri-Food Supply Chain, Bianca Gardella Tedeschi 2021 Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale “A. Avogadro”

Contract Law In The Agri-Food Supply Chain, Bianca Gardella Tedeschi

FIU Law Review

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The Image Of European Union Law In Bilateral Relations, Sharon Pardo, Lior Zemer 2021 Vanderbilt University Law School

The Image Of European Union Law In Bilateral Relations, Sharon Pardo, Lior Zemer

Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law

The impact of foreign law on the development of national laws has been analyzed and vindicated in numerous studies in comparative legal literature. These studies typically focus on the two most prominent legal systems--common law (the Anglo-American system) and civil law (the Continental system). The historical reasons for this are clear, emanating from the fact that the world's legal systems are based on these legal regimes and are amended in the spirit of changes made to them. Over the years, however, with the many effects of legal and economic globalization, legal systems have become a diverse mosaic which has appropriated …


#Aminext: The Link Between European Colonization And Gender-Based Violence In Contemporary South Africa, Jenna Meredith Pagel 2021 Arcadia University

#Aminext: The Link Between European Colonization And Gender-Based Violence In Contemporary South Africa, Jenna Meredith Pagel

Capstone Showcase

Alarmingly, the female murder rate in South Africa is five times the global average (BBC News 2019). According to data from 2017 and 2018, a woman is murdered every four hours in South Africa (Wilkinson 2019). More than 30 women were killed by their spouses in August 2019, and at least 137 sexual offenses are committed per day in South Africa (Francke 2019).

For this thesis, and in order to understand why South Africa has some of the highest rates of violence against women in the world, I consult a number of scholars who conclude that the overall issue of …


Gangmastering Passata: Multi-Territoriality Of The Food System And The Legal Construction Of Cheap Labor Behind The Globalized Italian Tomato, Dr. Tomaso Ferrando 2021 University of Antwerp

Gangmastering Passata: Multi-Territoriality Of The Food System And The Legal Construction Of Cheap Labor Behind The Globalized Italian Tomato, Dr. Tomaso Ferrando

FIU Law Review

No abstract provided.


Narratives Of Quality In European Food Governance And Beyond, Lorenzo Bairati 2021 Università di Scienze Gastronomiche di Pollenzo

Narratives Of Quality In European Food Governance And Beyond, Lorenzo Bairati

FIU Law Review

No abstract provided.


“Bello E Ben Fatto”—The Protection Of Fashion “Made In Italy”, Barbara Pozzo 2021 Università degli Studi dell’Insubria

“Bello E Ben Fatto”—The Protection Of Fashion “Made In Italy”, Barbara Pozzo

FIU Law Review

No abstract provided.


Like Oil Floating On Water: Italy’S Olive Crisis And The Politics Of Backlash Against Transnational Legal Orders, Tommaso Pavone 2021 University of Oslo

Like Oil Floating On Water: Italy’S Olive Crisis And The Politics Of Backlash Against Transnational Legal Orders, Tommaso Pavone

FIU Law Review

No abstract provided.


Italian Coffee: Retelling The Story, Helena Alviar García 2021 Sciences Po Law School, Paris

Italian Coffee: Retelling The Story, Helena Alviar García

FIU Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Law Of Ai, Margot Kaminski 2021 University of Colorado Law School

The Law Of Ai, Margot Kaminski

Publications

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The Right To Contest Ai, Margot E. Kaminski, Jennifer M. Urban 2021 University of Colorado Law School

The Right To Contest Ai, Margot E. Kaminski, Jennifer M. Urban

Publications

Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly used to make important decisions, from university admissions selections to loan determinations to the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines. These uses of AI raise a host of concerns about discrimination, accuracy, fairness, and accountability.

In the United States, recent proposals for regulating AI focus largely on ex ante and systemic governance. This Article argues instead—or really, in addition—for an individual right to contest AI decisions, modeled on due process but adapted for the digital age. The European Union, in fact, recognizes such a right, and a growing number of institutions around the world now call for …


Catalyzing Privacy Law, Anupam Chander, Margot E. Kaminski, William McGeveran 2021 Georgetown University Law Center

Catalyzing Privacy Law, Anupam Chander, Margot E. Kaminski, William Mcgeveran

Publications

The United States famously lacks a comprehensive federal data privacy law. In the past year, however, over half the states have proposed broad privacy bills or have established task forces to propose possible privacy legislation. Meanwhile, congressional committees are holding hearings on multiple privacy bills. What is catalyzing this legislative momentum? Some believe that Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force in 2018, is the driving factor. But with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) which took effect in January 2020, California has emerged as an alternate contender in the race to set the new standard for …


The Operation Of Supervisory Colleges In Eu Banking Supervision: A Case Study Of Soft Law Becoming Hard Law, Duncan E. Alford 2021 University of South Carolina School of Law

The Operation Of Supervisory Colleges In Eu Banking Supervision: A Case Study Of Soft Law Becoming Hard Law, Duncan E. Alford

Faculty Publications

In this paper, I consider the case of supervisory cooperation among bank regulators where voluntary cooperation (soft law) over a period of 50 years has become hard law (regulations and directives) within the European Union. Driven by major international bank failures or financial crises, international standards for prudential supervisory cooperation among bank regulators have steadily developed and become more precise and defined since the early 1970s.


Outsourcing The Police: How Reliance On The Private Sector For Law Enforcement Threatens Privacy Legislation Around The World, Karl Colbary 2021 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Outsourcing The Police: How Reliance On The Private Sector For Law Enforcement Threatens Privacy Legislation Around The World, Karl Colbary

Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business

Data privacy is an increasingly important issue in the world today. People are increasingly aware of, and concerned about, their digital footprint. As a result, many jurisdictions around the world—the United States excluded—have enacted legislation with an eye towards giving their citizens greater control over their data. However, the movement to give individuals greater control over how their data is used by tech providers often overlooks the fact that the government is one of the biggest consumers of the data that tech providers collect. Therefore, data privacy regimes that allow the flow of personal information to the government do not …


Send The Word Over There: An Offshore Solution To The Right To Be Forgotten, Jay Kaganoff 2021 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Send The Word Over There: An Offshore Solution To The Right To Be Forgotten, Jay Kaganoff

Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business

The right to be forgotten is a subject of contention in both the United States and the European Union. In the E.U., the right to be forgotten gives one the right to demand that information—even if published legitimately—be taken down or removed from search engine results. While well-intentioned, this has led to concerns of free press restrictions. In contrast, the right to be forgotten is not recognized in the U.S., although there are scholars who would like to see such a right here. This Note takes the view that introducing a right to be forgotten would be contrary to the …


The Participation Principle And The Dialectic Of Sovereignty-Sharing, George K. Foster 2021 Seattle University School of Law

The Participation Principle And The Dialectic Of Sovereignty-Sharing, George K. Foster

Seattle University Law Review

States around the world are ceding authority to international institutions, devolving powers to lower-level political subdivisions, and granting forms of autonomy to Indigenous peoples and other minority groups. At the same time, states are increasingly offering groups and individuals “participation rights”: opportunities to participate in sovereign prerogatives without exercising control. These opportunities range from providing input into environmental decision-making, to collaborating with law enforcement in community policing programs, to receiving a share of natural-resource revenues. This Article contends that all of these developments represent a dividing up of the collection of rights known as sovereignty, and that participation rights reflect …


The Italian Model To Fight Covid-19: Regional Cooperation, Regulatory Inflation, And The Cost Of One-Size-Fits-All Lockdown Measures, Fernanda Giorgia Nicola Dr. 2021 American UniversityWashington College of Law

The Italian Model To Fight Covid-19: Regional Cooperation, Regulatory Inflation, And The Cost Of One-Size-Fits-All Lockdown Measures, Fernanda Giorgia Nicola Dr.

Articles in Law Reviews & Other Academic Journals

What has come to be known worldwide as the Italian model to fight COVID-19 was a series of governmental measures undertaken in early 2020 to reduce the contagion of a deadly virus ravaging the northern regions of Italy—especially Lombardy, Veneto, and Piedmont. These measures included quarantine or lockdown throughout the Italian territory, together with the revamping of hospitals, followed by economic recovery packages to address the standstill of the national economy. This Article focuses on the strengths and weaknesses of the Italian model. By highlighting the initial missteps, we can understand how this turned into a productive national and regional …


Legal Diplomacy In An Age Of Authoritarianism, Fernanda Giorgia Nicola Dr. 2021 American UniversityWashington College of Law

Legal Diplomacy In An Age Of Authoritarianism, Fernanda Giorgia Nicola Dr.

Articles in Law Reviews & Other Academic Journals

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