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Villegas Duran V. Arribada Beaumont: The Second Circuit Court's Interpretation Of Custody Rights Undermines The Purpose Of The Hague Convention On The Civil Aspects Of International Child Abduction, Emily Lynch 2010 University of Miami Law School

Villegas Duran V. Arribada Beaumont: The Second Circuit Court's Interpretation Of Custody Rights Undermines The Purpose Of The Hague Convention On The Civil Aspects Of International Child Abduction, Emily Lynch

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

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Panama And The Specter Of Climate Change, Ruth Gordon 2010 University of Miami Law School

Panama And The Specter Of Climate Change, Ruth Gordon

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

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North American Dispute Resolution, Paul Meyer, Elliot J. Feldman, John A. Terry 2010 Case Western Reserve University School of Law

North American Dispute Resolution, Paul Meyer, Elliot J. Feldman, John A. Terry

Canada-United States Law Journal

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"Lawfare" In The War On Terrorism: A Reclamation Project, Melissa A. Waters 2010 Case Western Reserve University School of Law

"Lawfare" In The War On Terrorism: A Reclamation Project, Melissa A. Waters

Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law

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A War, Yes; Against Terror, No, John S. Baker Jr. 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

A War, Yes; Against Terror, No, John S. Baker Jr.

Michigan State International Law Review

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Review Of Trade Remedies In North America, Kevin C. Kennedy 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

Review Of Trade Remedies In North America, Kevin C. Kennedy

Michigan State International Law Review

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Unintended Consequences: Sarbanes-Oxley And Its Progeny, Robert E. Freer Jr., Raymond W. Burroughs 2010 University of South Carolina

Unintended Consequences: Sarbanes-Oxley And Its Progeny, Robert E. Freer Jr., Raymond W. Burroughs

South Carolina Journal of International Law and Business

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Constitutional Concepts For The Rule Of Law: A Vision For The Post-Monarchy Judiciary In Nepal, David Pimentel 2010 Florida Coastal School of Law

Constitutional Concepts For The Rule Of Law: A Vision For The Post-Monarchy Judiciary In Nepal, David Pimentel

Washington University Global Studies Law Review

A new government has taken power in Nepal. Intent on replacing the monarchical Hindu state with a secular democracy, it has promised a new constitution. Although the Nepali government is currently operating under an Interim Constitution, it remains to be seen what the post-monarchy judiciary will look like. Those involved in the drafting should pay careful attention to how specific provisions for court governance will impact both institutional and decisional judicial independence. The Interim Constitution calls for a judicial council but not a sufficiently independent one. The Interim Constitution also allows broad exercise of emergency powers, depriving the courts of ...


Danish Mortgage Regulations—Structure, Evolution, And Crisis Management, Jocelyn H. W. C. Chong 2010 Washington University School of Law

Danish Mortgage Regulations—Structure, Evolution, And Crisis Management, Jocelyn H. W. C. Chong

Washington University Global Studies Law Review

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Settling For Settlement: The European Commission's New Cartel Settlement Procedure, Molly Kelley 2010 Washington University School of Law

Settling For Settlement: The European Commission's New Cartel Settlement Procedure, Molly Kelley

Washington University Global Studies Law Review

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Eagle Versus Phoenix: A Tale Of Federalism, Samuel L. Johnson 2010 University of South Carolina

Eagle Versus Phoenix: A Tale Of Federalism, Samuel L. Johnson

South Carolina Journal of International Law and Business

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Goals And Objectives Of Law Schools: A Brief Discussion Of Universals And Differences-China And The United States, Francis S.L. Wang 2010 Penn State Law

Goals And Objectives Of Law Schools: A Brief Discussion Of Universals And Differences-China And The United States, Francis S.L. Wang

Penn State International Law Review

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Poverty And Constitutional Rights, Monica Pinto 2010 Penn State Law

Poverty And Constitutional Rights, Monica Pinto

Penn State International Law Review

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European Legal Education: The Maastricht Experience, Aalt Willem Heringa 2010 Penn State Law

European Legal Education: The Maastricht Experience, Aalt Willem Heringa

Penn State International Law Review

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Is Constitutionalism Bad For Intersectional Feminists?, Beverley Baines 2010 Penn State Law

Is Constitutionalism Bad For Intersectional Feminists?, Beverley Baines

Penn State International Law Review

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Come All Ye Faithful: How The International Community Has Addressed The Effects Of Somali Piracy But Fails To Remedy Its Cause, Donald P. Paradiso 2010 Penn State Law

Come All Ye Faithful: How The International Community Has Addressed The Effects Of Somali Piracy But Fails To Remedy Its Cause, Donald P. Paradiso

Penn State International Law Review

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The Protection Of Laicism In Turkey And The Turkish Constitutional Court: The Example Of The Prohibition On The Use Of The Islamic Veil In Higher Education, Mehmet Cengiz Uzun 2010 Penn State Law

The Protection Of Laicism In Turkey And The Turkish Constitutional Court: The Example Of The Prohibition On The Use Of The Islamic Veil In Higher Education, Mehmet Cengiz Uzun

Penn State International Law Review

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Enforcement Of U.S. Electronic Discovery Law Against Foreign Companies: Should U.S. Courts Give Effect To The Eu Data Protection Directive?, Kristen A. Knapp 2010 Northwestern University School of Law

Enforcement Of U.S. Electronic Discovery Law Against Foreign Companies: Should U.S. Courts Give Effect To The Eu Data Protection Directive?, Kristen A. Knapp

Richmond Journal of Global Law & Business

Enforcing discovery against companies located in foreign nations is not a new phenomenon. The U.S. Supreme Court took up the conflict between U.S. discovery rules and foreign non-disclosure law in a 1958 case. Despite more than fifty years to reach a settled jurisprudence regarding how to enforce U.S. law against foreign domiciled companies, there has yet to be a clear articulation of a standard applicable in all cases. Currently, there are two main sets of rules under which U.S. courts may enforce discovery laws against foreign companies, and if necessary impose sanctions for non-compliance: the Hague ...


Welcoming Remarks And The Canada - United States Relationship - The Common Cause Agenda, Daniel D. Ujczo, Robert Nobel 2010 Case Western Reserve University School of Law

Welcoming Remarks And The Canada - United States Relationship - The Common Cause Agenda, Daniel D. Ujczo, Robert Nobel

Canada-United States Law Journal

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List Of Conference Speakers, List of Speakers 2010 Case Western Reserve University School of Law

List Of Conference Speakers, List Of Speakers

Canada-United States Law Journal

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