Contracting On Standard Forms For International Sales Of Goods, 2010 UPO Seville (PhD c.)
Contracting On Standard Forms For International Sales Of Goods, Angelo Giampietro Avv.
Angelo Giampietro Avv.
In the international sales of goods adopting standard form contract and Incoterms can result in an advantageous manner of contracting. We will try to critically consider the extent to which it can facilitate parties to such agreements. First of all, because standard form contract is a result of experience and legal expertise in the field, which include events that can happen, leading to reasonable solutions, the use facilitate trading ensuring predictability, consistency, and increased efficiency in business relations; saving time and money in negotiating efforts and drafting individual contracts. It is the application of the principle of freedom of contract ...
Saving America's Automobile Industry: The Bailouts Of 1979 And 2009, An Overview Of The Economic Conditions, Factors For Failure, Government Interventions And Public Reactions, 2010 Claremont McKenna College
Saving America's Automobile Industry: The Bailouts Of 1979 And 2009, An Overview Of The Economic Conditions, Factors For Failure, Government Interventions And Public Reactions, Taylor A. Wall
CMC Senior Theses
This paper will discuss the bankruptcies experienced by U.S. automakers in both 1979 and 2009. The main factors which led the automakers into financial ruin was the uncontrolled power of labor unions, the severe financial impact of oil embargos, the aggressive imposition of federal regulations and the increasing dominance of Japanese imports. After discussing these important factors, the paper will describe the specifics of Chrysler’s bailout experience in 1979 with the positive public acceptance of the government loans, largely due to the character of Lee Iacocca. After delving into Chrysler, this paper will explain the specifics of the ...
How Far Can The Automobile Exception Go? How Searches Of Computers And Similar Devices Push It To The Limit, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 1119 (2010), Andrew Wrona
The John Marshall Law Review
No abstract provided.
Slipping Through The Cracks: Why Can't We Stop Drugged Driving?, 2010 Western New England University School of Law
Slipping Through The Cracks: Why Can't We Stop Drugged Driving?, Tina Wescott Cafaro
Part I of this Article briefly explains the history of impaired driving laws, with respect to both alcohol and drugs. It then sets forth the various frameworks currently in place to establish that an individual is OUI drugs and evaluates the effectiveness of each standard. Part II discusses the impediments to detecting and prosecuting OUI drug cases. This section details the difficulties associated with the science behind drugged driving, including determining the effect a drug may have on an individual as well as the validity of tests used to determine if one has a drug in their system. Part II ...
Making Taxis Green: Hybrid Cab Programs And The Debate Over Preemption In Environmental Regulation, 2010 Boston College Law School
Making Taxis Green: Hybrid Cab Programs And The Debate Over Preemption In Environmental Regulation, J.D. Holden
Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review
In the past few years, many cities have attempted to mandate the use of hybrid taxicabs. The taxi industry, arguing that the Energy Policy and Conservation Act and the Clean Air Act preempt such mandates, has successfully opposed them. Mandating hybrid cab use, however, is but one important aspect of a larger push by states and local governments to enact progressive environmental legislation and policies with greater breadth than those of the federal government. An example is California’s battle to enact greenhouse gas emissions regulations and its conflict with the Environmental Protection Agency. Though New York City and Boston ...
Multimodal Maritime Plus: Some European Perspectives On Law And Policy, 2009 Lund University
Multimodal Maritime Plus: Some European Perspectives On Law And Policy, Olena Bokareva, Proshanto Mukherjee
It is an understatement to say that shipping plays an important role for the European Union (EU) and its member States given that over ninety percent of the Union’s foreign trade is transported by sea. It is conspicuous that in recent years the size of the EU fleet has increased considerably. As a part of the EU’s Common Transport Policy, the EU has also developed its own shipping policy elements of which continue to engender concerns in certain quarters given that shipping is largely a global activity. Be that as it may, a number of EU projects such ...