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Are You In Or Out? Hong Kong And The Applicability Of The United Nations Convention On Contracts For The International Sale Of Goods, Cullen Threlkeld Sep 2021

Are You In Or Out? Hong Kong And The Applicability Of The United Nations Convention On Contracts For The International Sale Of Goods, Cullen Threlkeld

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Corporate Violations Of Human Rights: Addressing The Coordinated Surveillance And Persecution Of The Uyghur People By The Chinese State And Chinese Corporations, Ross Smith Sep 2021

Corporate Violations Of Human Rights: Addressing The Coordinated Surveillance And Persecution Of The Uyghur People By The Chinese State And Chinese Corporations, Ross Smith

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


We're Here, We're Queer, And We're Here To Stay: Zhdanov And Others V. Russia And The State Of The European Court Of Human Rights Judgments On Queer Rights Against Russia, Kevin Parker Sep 2021

We're Here, We're Queer, And We're Here To Stay: Zhdanov And Others V. Russia And The State Of The European Court Of Human Rights Judgments On Queer Rights Against Russia, Kevin Parker

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Carrots Or Sticks?: Anti-Gentrification Mechanisms In Atlanta, Georgia And Berlin, Germany, Bailey Meyne Sep 2021

Carrots Or Sticks?: Anti-Gentrification Mechanisms In Atlanta, Georgia And Berlin, Germany, Bailey Meyne

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Systems Thinking And Global Health Governance, Elsie Hayford, Marice Ashe Sep 2021

Systems Thinking And Global Health Governance, Elsie Hayford, Marice Ashe

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Immunization Governance Challenges Exposed By Covid-19: Missing Standards In Vacccine Surveillance And Adverse Events Following Immunization (Aefis), Shawn H.E. Harmon, David Faour Sep 2021

Immunization Governance Challenges Exposed By Covid-19: Missing Standards In Vacccine Surveillance And Adverse Events Following Immunization (Aefis), Shawn H.E. Harmon, David Faour

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Excluding Non-Citizens From The Social Safety Net, Wendy E. Parmet Sep 2021

Excluding Non-Citizens From The Social Safety Net, Wendy E. Parmet

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Buffering Against Vicissitudes: The Role Of Social Insurance In The Covid-19 Pandemic And In Maintaining Economic Stability, Renée M. Landers Sep 2021

Buffering Against Vicissitudes: The Role Of Social Insurance In The Covid-19 Pandemic And In Maintaining Economic Stability, Renée M. Landers

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Re-Imagining Possibilities Of Governance For Global Health, Alicia Ely Yamin Sep 2021

Re-Imagining Possibilities Of Governance For Global Health, Alicia Ely Yamin

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Introduction: The Future Of Global Health Governance, Elizabeth Weeks, Anish Patel Sep 2021

Introduction: The Future Of Global Health Governance, Elizabeth Weeks, Anish Patel

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Uga School Of Law Covid-19 Student Flow Chart, Fall 2021, University Of Georgia School Of Law, Rachel S. Evans Aug 2021

Uga School Of Law Covid-19 Student Flow Chart, Fall 2021, University Of Georgia School Of Law, Rachel S. Evans

COVID-19 Pandemic Archive

Two flow charts were revised for Fall 2021 and distributed to faculty, staff and students in August 2021 under advisement from Dean Peter B. Rutledge in consultation with members of UGA's College of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Population Health and the AU/UGA Medical Partnership. UGA Law Librarian Rachel Evans assisted with the graphic design aspects of this resource.

A generic template of this flow chart was also created so that other departments, schools and colleges across the University of Georgia could adapt and use this resource for their communities. That template is attached below as an additional file.


Uga School Of Law Covid-19 Employee Flow Chart, Fall 2021, University Of Georgia School Of Law, Rachel S. Evans Aug 2021

Uga School Of Law Covid-19 Employee Flow Chart, Fall 2021, University Of Georgia School Of Law, Rachel S. Evans

COVID-19 Pandemic Archive

Two flow charts were revised for Fall 2021 and distributed to faculty, staff and students in August 2021 under advisement from Dean Peter B. Rutledge in consultation with members of UGA's College of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Population Health and the AU/UGA Medical Partnership. UGA Law Librarian Rachel Evans assisted with the graphic design aspects of this resource.

A generic template of this flow chart was also created so that other departments, schools and colleges across the University of Georgia could adapt and use this resource for their communities. That template is attached below as an additional file.


Good-Better-Best Practices, Thomas E. Kadri, Jean Mangan Aug 2021

Good-Better-Best Practices, Thomas E. Kadri, Jean Mangan

COVID-19 Pandemic Archive

"At our last faculty meeting, Dean Rutledge suggested developing a set of “best practices” to handle some of the challenges posed by the current public-health crisis. In discussing this idea, Jean Mangan and I felt that it might be worthwhile thinking of them as “good-better-best practices,” recognizing that varying approaches will inevitably make sense for different instructional styles and priorities. We offer the ideas in the attached document not to suggest that they’re the best practices, but rather in the hope that they’ll be useful as we all adapt to this new and challenging pedagogical environment." - Thomas Kadri


Purges And Closures And Lines, Oh My!--Do Georgia's 2018 Election Procedures Violate International Law?, Holly Katherine Stephens Jul 2021

Purges And Closures And Lines, Oh My!--Do Georgia's 2018 Election Procedures Violate International Law?, Holly Katherine Stephens

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Fashioning Compliance: The Fashion Charter For Climate Action And Strategies For Forming A More Effective Fashion Industry Agreement, Elizabeth Jane Poland Jul 2021

Fashioning Compliance: The Fashion Charter For Climate Action And Strategies For Forming A More Effective Fashion Industry Agreement, Elizabeth Jane Poland

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Exhaustion Requirements And Dispute Resolution Reform In Bilateral Investment Treaties, William Crowder Gaskins Jr. Jul 2021

Exhaustion Requirements And Dispute Resolution Reform In Bilateral Investment Treaties, William Crowder Gaskins Jr.

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Does The Right To Privacy Apply To Facial Biometrics? Specifically, When Analyzed Under The European Convention On Human Rights, Grace Callanan Jul 2021

Does The Right To Privacy Apply To Facial Biometrics? Specifically, When Analyzed Under The European Convention On Human Rights, Grace Callanan

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Moving From Policies To Performance: Complexities And Evidence, Patrick J. Keenan Jul 2021

Moving From Policies To Performance: Complexities And Evidence, Patrick J. Keenan

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Making The Optimistic Case For Policing Reform: Police As Partners And Reform As True To Democratic Values And America's Vision Of Itself, Dr. Ihsan Alkhatib Jul 2021

Making The Optimistic Case For Policing Reform: Police As Partners And Reform As True To Democratic Values And America's Vision Of Itself, Dr. Ihsan Alkhatib

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Safety Inside And Out: Why International Human Rights Standards Fail To Curb The Worst Excesses Of Police Policies And Practices, Dr. Mary O'Rawe Jul 2021

Safety Inside And Out: Why International Human Rights Standards Fail To Curb The Worst Excesses Of Police Policies And Practices, Dr. Mary O'Rawe

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


How Police Culture Shapes Use Of Lethal Force: A Response To Flores Et Al., Dr. Tara Lai Quinlan Jul 2021

How Police Culture Shapes Use Of Lethal Force: A Response To Flores Et Al., Dr. Tara Lai Quinlan

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Global Impunity: How Police Laws & Policies In The World's Wealthiest Countries Fail International Human Rights Standards, Claudia Flores, Brian Citro, Nino Guruli, Mariana Olaizola Rosenblat, Chelsea Kehrer, Hannah Abrahams Jul 2021

Global Impunity: How Police Laws & Policies In The World's Wealthiest Countries Fail International Human Rights Standards, Claudia Flores, Brian Citro, Nino Guruli, Mariana Olaizola Rosenblat, Chelsea Kehrer, Hannah Abrahams

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Private Lives At Home And Public Lives In Court: Protecting The Privacy Of Federal Judges' Home Addresses, Hannah Elias Sbaity Jul 2021

Private Lives At Home And Public Lives In Court: Protecting The Privacy Of Federal Judges' Home Addresses, Hannah Elias Sbaity

Journal of Intellectual Property Law

Targeted murders of federal judges and their families at their private homes date back to May 29, 1979. Most recently, in July 2020, Judge Esther Salas’s only son, Daniel, was murdered and her husband near-fatally shot at their home. Individuals wishing to inflict such harm or death at federal judges’ homes have been able to do so because of federal judges’ publicly available home addresses. Because personally identifying information (PII) is defined differently from statute to statute, home addresses largely remain public information in most states and can be found in real estate records, data broker websites, social media ...


Boss Battle: Twitch Vs Proposed Amendments To The Knowledge Standard Under The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Zachary Messick Jul 2021

Boss Battle: Twitch Vs Proposed Amendments To The Knowledge Standard Under The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Zachary Messick

Journal of Intellectual Property Law

Under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), indirect theories of liability such as vicarious liability and contributory infringement have been inconsistently applied, leading the Copyright Office to recommend lowering the knowledge standard and increasing potential liability for Online Service Providers (OSPs). In this note, I will discuss the histories of vicarious liability and contributory infringement, which demonstrate that courts have correctly applied the standards under the DMCA. Further, through a case-study of Twitch, an up-and-coming streaming website, I will discuss how the proposed amendments drive against the policies underlying the indirect theories of liability and would destroy OSPs like Twitch ...


Gimme A Break: The Patent Term Restoration Act Should Give Environmental Innovators A Chance To Catch A (Cleaner) Breath, Gabrielle Gravel Jul 2021

Gimme A Break: The Patent Term Restoration Act Should Give Environmental Innovators A Chance To Catch A (Cleaner) Breath, Gabrielle Gravel

Journal of Intellectual Property Law

There is an abundance of frightening data painting a grim picture of Earth’s future. Humans have undoubtedly left a carbon footprint so deep, it will take drastic measures to undo our damage. To continue enjoying life as we know it, we humans must shift our focus to the powerful minds of creators and engineers to find ways to untangle our manmade webs. To generate interest and attract the best and brightest to do the challenging and time-consuming work of environmental inventions, the first step is to provide a greater incentive. This note calls upon the U.S. Patent and ...


Design On Someone Else's Dime: The Profiteering Of Interior Designer's Works From A Lack Of Rights In The Modern Era, Kim Carlson Jul 2021

Design On Someone Else's Dime: The Profiteering Of Interior Designer's Works From A Lack Of Rights In The Modern Era, Kim Carlson

Journal of Intellectual Property Law

Rooms once viewed as utilitarian in nature- places to work in, sleep in, or cook in- have gone through a dramatic transformation. Now, people view these rooms as an outward reflection of their style. In the last few decades, people’s eagerness to renovate these rooms exploded. As a result, home designer shows soared in popularity, garnering millions of views. Consumers flocked to different media forms and stores in search of the latest paint and furniture trends. The heightened demand, coupled with prevailing social media marketing, forced interior designers to become innovative in creating and advertising their services. While the ...


Exit Stage, Enter Streaming: Copyright Of The Theatrical Stage Design Elements In A Changing Theater Industry, Mark Bailey Jul 2021

Exit Stage, Enter Streaming: Copyright Of The Theatrical Stage Design Elements In A Changing Theater Industry, Mark Bailey

Journal of Intellectual Property Law

Due to the pandemic, the entire theatre industry shut down nearly overnight in March of 2020. Thousands of talented professionals were out of work, costing individuals and the economy billions of dollars in the first month alone. Within a month of this industry wide halt, eighty theatres around the country began providing content to audiences around the country via streaming services. Streaming theatre fully took hold when Hamilton on Disney+ became the most widely watched piece of entertainment nationwide in the month of July. Within a few short months, an industry based completely around large gatherings shifted to a digital ...


A Deep Dive Into Technical Encryption Concepts To Better Understand Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Legal & Policy Issues, Anthony Volini Jul 2021

A Deep Dive Into Technical Encryption Concepts To Better Understand Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Legal & Policy Issues, Anthony Volini

Journal of Intellectual Property Law

Lawyers wishing to exercise a meaningful degree of leadership at the intersection of technology and the law could benefit greatly from a deep understanding of the use and application of encryption, considering it arises in so many legal scenarios. For example, in FTC v. Wyndham1 the defendant failed to implement nearly every conceivable cybersecurity control, including lack of encryption for stored data, resulting in multiple data breaches and a consequent FTC enforcement action for unfair and deceptive practices. Other examples of legal issues requiring use of encryption and other technology concepts include compliance with security requirements of GLBA & HIPAA, encryption ...


The Clean Air Act Of 1963: Postwar Environmental Politics And The Debate Over Federal Power, Adam D. Orford Jul 2021

The Clean Air Act Of 1963: Postwar Environmental Politics And The Debate Over Federal Power, Adam D. Orford

Scholarly Works

This Article explores the development of the Clean Air Act of 1963, the first law to allow the federal government to fight air pollution rather than study it. The Article focuses on the postwar years (1945-1963) and explores the rise of public health medical research, cooperative federalism, and the desire to harness the powers of the federal government for domestic social improvement, as key precursors to environmental law. It examines the origins of the idea that the federal government should "do something" about air pollution, and how that idea was translated, through drafting, lobbying, politicking, hearings, debate, influence, and votes ...


Dozens Of Groups Brought To Market Via Spacs To Enter Key Russell Index, Usha Rodrigues Jun 2021

Dozens Of Groups Brought To Market Via Spacs To Enter Key Russell Index, Usha Rodrigues

Popular Media

Dozens of companies that entered US markets through deals with blank-cheque vehicles in the past year are set to graduate into the Russell 3000 index on Friday evening, giving a potential boost to the fortunes of electric vehicle developers and other speculative ventures.

FTSE Russell, which maintains the popular benchmark, is conducting the annual refresh of its indices this month, adding and removing companies based on their market capitalisations and other factors.