Forthcoming Issue

Volume 49, Issue 1

Articles

Mitigating the Problem of Vulture Holdout: International Certification Boards for Sovereign Debt Restructurings
John Pottow

Re-conceptualizing Lehman
Stephen J. Lubben & Sarah Pei Woo

Some Thoughts of an European About the Interrelationship of Sovereign Debt and Distressed Banks
Christoph Paulus

Follow the Leader?: The Utility of UNCITRAL’s Legislative Guide on Secured Transactions (and It’s Call for Harmonization) for Developing Countries
Sean Stacy

Victim Participation in International Criminal Proceedings: Problems and Potential Solutions in Implementing an Effective and Vital Component of Justice
Harry Hobbs

Addressing Systemic Risk: Financial Regulatory Design
Douglas Arner, Rolf Weber, Evan Gibson, Simone Baumann

Breaking up Is Hard to Do: The Interconnection Problem in Financial Markets and Financial Regulation, a European (Banking) Union Perspective
Caroline Bradley

Sovereign Debt Restructuring in Euroope under the New Model Collective Action Clauses
Christian Hofmann

The Bankruptcy Code’s Safe Harbors Settlement Payments and Securities Contracts: When Is Safe Too Safe
Charles Mooney

Promise the World: The Cross-Border Resolution Puzzle
Anna Gelpen

Investment Treaty Arbitration and the World Trade Organization: What Role for Systemic Values in the Resolution of International Economic Disputes?
Dan Sarooshi

Note

The “Safe” Need Not Apply: The Effects of the Canadian and EU “Safe Country of Origin” Mechanisms on Roma Asylum Claims
Marina Stefanova

The FCPA’s Legacy: A Case for Imposing Aiding-and-Abetting Liability on Corporations Through an Amended Alien Tort Claims Act
Rachel Ratcliffe

Medical Tourism: A Look at How Medical Outsourcing Can Reshape Healthcare
Rebecca Bennie