International trade law Part 26

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International environmental law attempts to be “mutually supportive” with International trade law : A compatibility analysis of the Cartagena proLaw Journal / Law Reviewol to the Convention on Biological Diversity with the world trade organisation agreement on the application of sanitary and phytosanitary measures
Cameron Hutchison
Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy
Volume 4, Number 1, June 2001 p.1-34

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Food Security and International trade law – An Appraisal of the WTO Approach
Melaku Geboye Desta
Journal of World Trade
Volume 35, Number 3, June 2001 p.449

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CHARMING BETSY, CHEVRON, AND THE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION: THOUGHTS ON THE INTERPRETIVE EFFECT OF INTERNATIONAL Trade law
Michael F. Williams
Georgetown Journal of International Law
Volume 32, Number 3, 2001 p.677

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J P van Niekerk en W G Schulze – The South African Law of International Trade: Selected Topics
Journal of South African Law
Volume 2001, Number 2 p.407

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Establishing a Legal Framework for Electronic Commerce: The Work of the United Nations Commission on International Trade law (UNCITRAL)
Renaud Sorieul, Jennifer R. Clift & José Angelo Estrella-Faria
International Lawyer
Volume 35, Number 1, Spring 2001 p.107

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The ‘constitutionalization’ of international trade law: judicial norm-generation as the engine of constitutional development in international trade
DZ Cass
European Journal of International law
Volume 12, Number 1, February 2001 p.39-75

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Resolution No. 2/2000 of the International Law Association on International Trade Law on Trips
Journal of World Intellectual Property
Volume 4, Number 2, March 2001 p.295

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UNITED NATIONS COMMISSION ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW: REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT PRACTICES
Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law
Volume 9, Spring 2001 p.325

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The EU, the WTO and the NAFTA: Towards a Common law of International Trade? Edited by J. H. H. Weiler
Matthew Happold
International and Comparative Law Quarterly
Volume 50, Number 1, January 2001 p.205-206

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CASE REPORT – I: THE STRENGTH OF COROLLARIES BETWEEN DOMAIN NAME REGISTRATION AND THE LAW OF TRADE MARK AND PASSING OFF: MBNA INTERNATIONAL BANK LIMITED V STEPHEN FREEMAN Chancery Div., 2000
Tuvi Keinan
Computer Law and Security Review
Volume 17, Issue 1, January 2001 p.49-50

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The Globalization of International Trade Litigation: AD/CVD Litigation-Which Forum and Which Law?
Elizabeth C. Seastrum & Myles S. Getlan
Brooklyn Journal of International Law
Volume 26, Number 3, 2001 p.893

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Beyond the International Harmonization of Trademark Law: The Community Trade Mark as a Model of Unitary Transnational Trademark Protection
Timothy W. Blakely
University of Pennsylvania Law Review
Volume 149, Number 1, November 2000 p.309

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Trade Secrets: Conflicting Views of the Economic Espionage Act
Joseph F. Savage, Jr., Matthew A. Martel, and Marc J. Zwillinger
Criminal Justice
Volume 15, Number 3, Fall 2000 p.10

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In a pro-con argument, two defense lawyers debate a former Department of Justice prosecutor on the ramifications of legislation designed to protect American industry from theft of trade secrets. Defense claims the law is too broad and seldom used for its intended purpose, while the prosecution counters that it is necessary in order to stem the tide of international theft.

 

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Common law, Convention on Biological Diversity, International trade law, Trade law Part 26, Trade law.

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