Volume 44 Articles

Volume 44 Number 4 (Summer 2009)

Articles

Corporate Groups and Cross-Border Bankruptcy
Harry Rajak
Oversight and Financing of Cross-Border Business Enterprise Group Insolvency Proceedings
Janis Sarra
Of Herring and Sausage: Nordic Responses to Banking Crises as Examples for the United States
William F. Stutts & Wesley C. Watts
Anti-Offshoring Legislation and United States Federalism: The Constitutionality of Federal and State Measures Against Global Outsourcing of Professional Services
Amar Gupta & Deth Sao

Comments

The Other Establishment Clause: The Misunderstood Minimum Threshold for Recognition
Travis Wofford

Volume 44 Number 3 (Spring 2009)

Articles

U.S. Participation in Private International Law Negotiations: Why the UNCITRAL Convention on Contracts for the International Carriage of Goods Wholly or Partly by Sea Is Important to the United States
Mary Helen Carlson
Uniform Law for International Transport at UNCITRAL: New Times, New Players, and New Rules
Jose Angelo Estrella Faria
The UNCITRAL Convention on Carriage of Goods by Sea: Harmonization or De-Harmonization
Johan Schelin
The Liability of the Contracting Carrier
Alexander von Ziegler
The Comprehensive Coverage of the New Convention: Performing Parties and the Multimodal Implications
Tomotaka Fujita
Chapter 10 of the Rotterdam Rules: Control of Goods in Transit
Gertjan van der Ziel
Electronic Commerce Provisions in the UNCITRAL Convention on Contracts for the International Carriage of Goods Wholly or Partly by Sea
Manuel Alba
Forum Selection and Arbitration in the Draft Convention on Contracts for the International Carriage of Goods Wholly or Partly by Sea, or The Definition of Fora Conveniens Set Forth in the Rotterdam Rules
Chester D. Hooper
Modernizing and Reforming U.S. Maritime Law: The Impact of the Rotterdam Rules in the United States
Michael F. Sturley

Comment

The Okinawa Dugong and the Creative Application of U.S. Extraterritorial Environmental Law
Lauren Jensen Schoenbaum

Appendix

Resolution adopted by the General Assembly, United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Carriage of Goods Wholly or Partly by Sea (“Rotterdam Rules”)

Volume 44 Number 2 (Winter 2008)

Articles

Sovereign Impunity: Does the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act Bar Lawsuits Against the Holy See in Clerical Sexual Abuse Cases?
Lucian C. Martinez, Jr.
The Emergence of Terrorism as a Distinct Category of International Law
Daniel Moeckli
Credibility Assessments and the REAL ID Act’s Amendments to Immigration Law
Scott Rempell

Comment

The Mouse That Roared: Implications of the WTO Ruling in US–Gambling
Mitchell E. Kilby

Volume 44 Number 1 (Fall 2008)

Articles

Scrutinizing the Scorpion Problematique: Arguments in Favor of the Continued Relevance of International Law and a Multidisciplinary Approach to Resolving the Nile Dispute
Fasil Amdetsion
State Responsibility and Antitrust in the Energy Charter Treaty: Socialization vs. Liberalization in Bilateral Investment Relations
Theocharis N. Grigoriadis
Civilian Military Contractors on Trial: The Case for Upholding the Amended Exceptional Jurisdiction Clause of the Uniform Code of Military Justice
David Snyder

Comment

The Modern-Day Slave Trade: How the United States Should Alter the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act in Order to Combat International Sex Trafficking More Effectively
Melissa Holman