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In this article, we posit that when arbitral tribunals decide international disputes, they typically fail...
In recent years, a number of tribunals, mainly those deciding investment disputes, have re-examined traditional...
This essay discusses a number of developments outside of the United States concerning punitive damages,...
This article seeks to further a great aspiration of international law, providing a uniform set...
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In light of expanding international trade, it is increasingly likely that politicians, courts and tribunals...
In light of increasing punitive damages awards, the United States Supreme Court formulated criteria for...
The United Nations Convention on the International Sale of Goods (CISG) sets forth only a...
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