Articles

When Recessions Create Windfalls: The Problems of Using Domestic Law to Fix Interest Rates under Article 78 CISG, The Vindobona Journal of International Commercial Law and Arbitration (Conference in Honor of Peter Schlechtriem) (2009)
 
Assessing Damages in International Commercial Arbitration: A Comparison with Investment Treaty Disputes, Investment Treaty Law: Current Issues III (British Institute of International & Comparative Law) (2009)
 

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Interest as Damages (with T. Senechal) (with Thierry J. Senechal), Columbia Journal of Transnational Law (2009)

In this article, we posit that when arbitral tribunals decide international disputes, they typically fail...

 

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A Study of Interest, Dossiers of the ICC Institute of World Business Law (2008)

In recent years, a number of tribunals, mainly those deciding investment disputes, have re-examined traditional...

 

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Chartering Developments Concerning Punitive Damages: Is the Tide Changing?, Columbia Hournal of Transnational Law (2008)

This essay discusses a number of developments outside of the United States concerning punitive damages,...

 

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Charting Developments Concerning Punitive Damages: Is the Tide Changing?, Columbia Journal of Transnational Law (2007)

This essay discusses a number of developments outside of the United States concerning punitive damages,...

 

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Awarding Damages under the United Nations Convention on the International Sale of Goods: A Matter of Interpretation, Georgetown Journal of International Law (2005)

This article seeks to further a great aspiration of international law, providing a uniform set...

 

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Recovering Lost Profits in International Disputes, Georgetown Journal of International Law (2004)

Claims for lost profits in international disputes often involve millions of dollars. Because national laws...

 

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Compound Interest in International Disputes , Oxford University Comparative Law Forum (2004)

In today's economic world, compound interest, and not simple interest, is the norm in both...

 

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Punitive Damages: A Comparative Analysis, Columbia Journal of Transnational Law (2004)

In light of expanding international trade, it is increasingly likely that politicians, courts and tribunals...

 

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The Foggy Road for Evaluating Punitive Damages: Lifting the Haze from the BMW/State Farm Guideposts (with Steven L. Chanenson), University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform (2004)

In light of increasing punitive damages awards, the United States Supreme Court formulated criteria for...

 

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Setting Arbitrators’ Fees: An International Survey, Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law (2000)
 

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Awarding Interest in International Arbitration, American Journal of International Law (1996)
 

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The Responsible Corporate Officer: Designated Felon or Legal Fiction?, Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal (1994)
 

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Development of Occupational Hazard in Hawaii, University of Hawaii Law Review (1986)
 

Books

Contributions to Books

Article 75, UN CISG COMMENTARY (2011)
 
Article 76, UN CISG COMMENTARY (2011)
 
Article 77, UN CISG COMMENTARY (2011)
 
Articles 74, UN CISG COMMENTARY (2011)
 
Conflict of Interest: CISG Article 78 and Post Judgment Interest Statutes, FESTSCHRIFT FÜR INGEBORG SCHWENZER ZUM 60. GEBURTSTAG (2011)
 
Yin and Yang: A Comparison of Monetary Remedies in International Investment and Transnational Commercial Disputes, PAPERS FROM THE ANNUAL MAA PETER SCHLECHTRIEM CISG CONFERENCE: TOWARDS UNIFORMITY (2011)
 
Compounding Interest in Interest: The Global Economy, Deflation and Interest, Contemporary Issues in International Arbitration and Mediation: The Fordham Papers 2009 (2009)
 

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Using the UNIDROIT Principles to Fill Gaps in the CISG, Contract Damages: Domestic and International Perspectives (Hart Publishing) (2008)

The United Nations Convention on the International Sale of Goods (CISG) sets forth only a...

 

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