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Uniform Commercial Code Survey, Sales, Robyn L. Meadows, Larry T. Garvin, Carolyn L. Dessin Jul 2003

Uniform Commercial Code Survey, Sales, Robyn L. Meadows, Larry T. Garvin, Carolyn L. Dessin

Robyn L Meadows

No abstract provided.


‘Paper World’ Analogies To Web Site Terms And Conditions: Travel Tickets And Other Similar Forms, Juliet M. Moringiello Jun 2003

‘Paper World’ Analogies To Web Site Terms And Conditions: Travel Tickets And Other Similar Forms, Juliet M. Moringiello

Juliet M. Moringiello

No abstract provided.


The Culture Of Arbitration, Tom Ginsburg Jan 2003

The Culture Of Arbitration, Tom Ginsburg

Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law

The relationship between "legal culture" and the practice of international arbitration has received increasing attention in recent years. Many see arbitration as a meeting point for different legal cultures, a place of convergence and interchange wherein practitioners from different backgrounds create new practices. Some have suggested that this process has led to an emergent "international arbitration culture" fusing together elements of the common law and civil law traditions. Others see arbitration as a locus of conflict among traditions or as competition among various players.

This comment contests the view that the current state of convergence in arbitration is properly considered …


Unification Of The Law Governing Secured Transactions: Progress And Prospects For Reform, Hannah Buxbaum Jan 2003

Unification Of The Law Governing Secured Transactions: Progress And Prospects For Reform, Hannah Buxbaum

Articles by Maurer Faculty

This article was published in connection with UNIDROIT's 75th anniversary conference on worldwide harmonization of private law and regional economic integration. It begins by addressing the commercial need for harmonization in the area of secured transactions, discussing both traditional conflicts analysis in that field and particular obstacles to reform. It then outlines the specific reform initiatives that have been implemented to date, grouping them into sectoral instruments and regional instruments. It concludes by speculating on the future of harmonization efforts in security law.


Annual Survey Of Oklahoma Contract, Consumer, And Commercial Law: 2000-2002, Fred H. Miller Jan 2003

Annual Survey Of Oklahoma Contract, Consumer, And Commercial Law: 2000-2002, Fred H. Miller

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Economics Of Uniform Laws And Uniform Law Making, John Linarelli Jan 2003

The Economics Of Uniform Laws And Uniform Law Making, John Linarelli

Scholarly Works

Uniform law making has a substantial history in the twentieth century. It seems to be continuing with some force into the twenty-first century. A significant American law and economics literature, however, questions its merit. By contrast, there have been limited rational choice oriented investigations of unification or centralization of law in Europe. Critics of the uniform law movement in the United States use methods of analysis influenced by public choice theory, political economics and positive political theory. The paper does not call into question the methods and assumptions of these approaches. The paper claims that economic analysis supports public policy …


Seizing Domain Names To Enforce Judgments: Looking Back To Look To The Future, Juliet M. Moringiello Dec 2002

Seizing Domain Names To Enforce Judgments: Looking Back To Look To The Future, Juliet M. Moringiello

Juliet M. Moringiello

No abstract provided.