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Arbitration In Latin America: Overcoming Traditional Hostility (An Update), Horacio A. Grigers Naón 2017 Selected Works

Arbitration In Latin America: Overcoming Traditional Hostility (An Update), Horacio A. Grigers Naón

Horacio Grigera Naón

No abstract provided.


Arbitration In Latin America: Overcoming Traditional Hostility (An Update), Horacio A. Grigers Naón 2017 Selected Works

Arbitration In Latin America: Overcoming Traditional Hostility (An Update), Horacio A. Grigers Naón

Horacio Grigera Naón

No abstract provided.


International Tax Planning As A Business Driver, Robert A. Agresta 2017 Penn State Law

International Tax Planning As A Business Driver, Robert A. Agresta

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

No abstract provided.


Fcpa Compliance Should Not 'Cost An Arm And A Leg': Assessing The Potential For Enhanced Cost-Efficiency And Effectiveness For An Anti-Corruption Compliance Program With The Implementation Of An Enterprise Legal Risk Management Framework, Garrick Apollon 2017 Penn State Law

Fcpa Compliance Should Not 'Cost An Arm And A Leg': Assessing The Potential For Enhanced Cost-Efficiency And Effectiveness For An Anti-Corruption Compliance Program With The Implementation Of An Enterprise Legal Risk Management Framework, Garrick Apollon

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

No abstract provided.


We Don't Need No Education - Is The U.S. At Risk Of Losing Its Clear Edge In Higher Education?, Ann M. Murphy 2017 Penn State Law

We Don't Need No Education - Is The U.S. At Risk Of Losing Its Clear Edge In Higher Education?, Ann M. Murphy

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

No abstract provided.


China's Nine Dash Line Claim In Light Of The Ruling By The Permanent Court Of Arbitration (12 July 2016), Ekrem Korkut, Woo Hyun Kang 2017 Penn State Law

China's Nine Dash Line Claim In Light Of The Ruling By The Permanent Court Of Arbitration (12 July 2016), Ekrem Korkut, Woo Hyun Kang

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

No abstract provided.


Behavioral Economics In International Investment Law: Bounded Rationality And The Choice Of Reservation List Modality, Tae Jung Park 2017 Penn State Law

Behavioral Economics In International Investment Law: Bounded Rationality And The Choice Of Reservation List Modality, Tae Jung Park

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

No abstract provided.


Water As A Human Right: A Case Study Of The Pakistan-India Water Conflict, Waseem Ahmad Qureshi 2017 Penn State Law

Water As A Human Right: A Case Study Of The Pakistan-India Water Conflict, Waseem Ahmad Qureshi

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

No abstract provided.


Red Riding Hood - Is Investor-State Arbitration The Big Bad Wolf?, Petra Butler 2017 Penn State Law

Red Riding Hood - Is Investor-State Arbitration The Big Bad Wolf?, Petra Butler

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

No abstract provided.


Explaining The Financial Stability Board: Path Dependency And Zealous Regulatory Apprehension, Camilo Soto Crespo 2017 Penn State Law

Explaining The Financial Stability Board: Path Dependency And Zealous Regulatory Apprehension, Camilo Soto Crespo

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

No abstract provided.


Bitcoin And The Blockchain As Possible Corporate Governance Tools: Strengths And Weaknesses, Fiammetta S. Piazza 2017 Penn State Law

Bitcoin And The Blockchain As Possible Corporate Governance Tools: Strengths And Weaknesses, Fiammetta S. Piazza

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

No abstract provided.


Masthead, 2017 Penn State Law

Masthead

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

No abstract provided.


Contemporary Writings In A Global Society: Collected Works, 2017 Penn State Law

Contemporary Writings In A Global Society: Collected Works

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

No abstract provided.


Strength In Intellectual Property Protection And Foreign Direct Investment Flows In Least Developed Countries, James Thuo Gathii 2017 Loyola University Chicago School of Law

Strength In Intellectual Property Protection And Foreign Direct Investment Flows In Least Developed Countries, James Thuo Gathii

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Representing Mexican Clients In U.S. Courts In Claims Of Liability In Industrial Accidents, Ted Occhialino 2017 University of New Mexico

Representing Mexican Clients In U.S. Courts In Claims Of Liability In Industrial Accidents, Ted Occhialino

Ted Occhialino

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A Window Of Opportunity For Gmo Regulation: Achieving Food Integrity Through Cap-And-Trade Models From Climate Policy For Gmo Regulation, Gabriela Steier 2017 Food Law International LLP

A Window Of Opportunity For Gmo Regulation: Achieving Food Integrity Through Cap-And-Trade Models From Climate Policy For Gmo Regulation, Gabriela Steier

Pace Environmental Law Review

GMOs are the links of our centralized food system, largely dependent on international trade. GMOs are inherently unsustainable because they reduce biodiversity, harm the environment, and empower positive feedback loops between monocultures, industrial agriculture, and biodiversity depletion, thereby jeopardizing food safety, security, and sovereignty. Conglomerates of multi-national companies, in short BigAg, shape multi-lateral food trade and flood international markets with their small array and enormous volumes of crops, while controlling large aspects of agriculture and food production world-wide. Zooming in on the trans-Atlantic dispute about GE crops, this paper uses comparative law to explore how a cap-and-trade model borrowed from ...


The Tension Between Korean Environmental Protection Policies And U.S. Investors' Interests Under The U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement, Changsung Kang 2017 Indiana University Maurer School of Law

The Tension Between Korean Environmental Protection Policies And U.S. Investors' Interests Under The U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement, Changsung Kang

Theses and Dissertations

South Korea’s low carbon and ‘green growth’ policies possess potential regulatory changes that reduce foreign investors’ interests and legitimate expectations concerning the profitability of their businesses. Although international investment law protects a government’s right to protect legitimate public welfare objectives, such as environmental protection, the investor-State dispute settlement provision allows foreign investors to seek compensation for a country’s law and policies contrary to their interests. On the other hand, investor-State dispute settlement provisions inherently have many problems. Despite the problems, protecting both foreign investors’ interests and States’ regulatory sovereignty is very important. For this reason, this dissertation ...


E Pluribus Unum – Out Of Many, One Common European Sales Law?, Viktor Előd Cserép 2017 Pace University

E Pluribus Unum – Out Of Many, One Common European Sales Law?, Viktor Előd Cserép

Pace International Law Review

In light of the fragmentation due to the nationalization of civil and commercial law and the growing intensity of cross-border trade in manufactured goods, arguments for the unification of private law surfaced already from the early 20th century. Such attempts resulted in, among others, the CISG, the UPICC or the PECL. In line with this pattern, as an attempt to make Out of Many, One Common European Sales Law, a Proposal for a Regulation on a Common European Sales Law (CESL) was published in 2011. The aim of the present contribution is to explore the background of the Proposal and ...


The Role Of Federalism In International Law, Edward L. Rubin 2017 Vanderbilt University

The Role Of Federalism In International Law, Edward L. Rubin

Boston College International and Comparative Law Review

Because federalism grants partial autonomy to subunits of a nation, it has potentially broad implications for the prevailing system of international law, which is centered around the integrity of nation states. Military intervention in the internal affairs of a nation to protect human rights or combat terrorist activity might be regarded as more justifiable if the people being protected are members of a federalized subunit. Alternatively, foreign nations may feel more justified in establishing trade or cultural relations with a subunit of a nation, over objections by the nation’s government, if the subunit has federalized status. In other words ...


Zuchtvieh-Export Gmbh V. Stadt Kempten: The Tension Between Uniform, Cross-Border Regulation And Territorial Sovereignty, David Mahoney 2017 Boston College Law School

Zuchtvieh-Export Gmbh V. Stadt Kempten: The Tension Between Uniform, Cross-Border Regulation And Territorial Sovereignty, David Mahoney

Boston College International and Comparative Law Review

In Zuchtvieh-Export GmbH v. Stadt Kempten, the European Court of Justice ruled that a European Council regulation that protects animal welfare during transport applies to the stages of a journey outside of the European Union (EU), if that journey commenced within the EU. This ruling by the European Court of Justice has been praised as it improves animal transport conditions outside of the EU. However, transport companies and governments outside of the EU are less welcoming of the ruling. The ruling highlights the difficulty in determining when and how such a regulation should be applied abroad. It also raises the ...


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