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Disregarding human rights risks can have serious financial and reputational consequences, as a number of major corporations have experienced.
U.S. sanctions have had a significant impact on various countries, especially in the Middle East. This article looks at U.S. sanctions as an influence on business transactions in Turkey.
In India, commercial litigation is long and drawn-out, and arbitration is preferred. Until BALCO, parties could approach Indian courts for interventions that could stall the entire arbitration process.
Agency mitigation standards could benefit your client because they may provide an opportunity to reduce the amount of money demanded for an import violation.
Acquisitions and investments involving financial institutions in emerging markets require realistic approaches to different, and often immature, frameworks for regulation, corporate governance, IP law enforcement, and dispute resolution.
If the planet had a pulse, it would be trade. Millions of transactions between nations big and small have allowed global society to take the shape it has in the twenty-first century.
It is through such individuals that the Section is able to make a positive impact globally in international development. Her experience also reflects the opportunities available to Section members.
Creating viable judiciaries and strengthening their democratic functions have been main concerns of African national governments and donors for the last two decades. A common purpose has been to make national legal systems more efficient and fair.
Sweden’s decision to ratify Part II means that parties in CISG contracts no longer need to worry about unfamiliar, and arguably parochial, domestic legislation taking precedence over international standards.
With this issue, we inaugurate a new feature in ILN: a column, to be published from time to time, dedicated to discussing the international legal policy development activities of the Section of International Law.
Founded in 1565 and home to more than 6.3 million inhabitants, the Wonderful City is making every effort to deserve its nickname. Brazil’s economy is on the rise, and Rio is the place to be.