The Journal of International Commercial Law is proud to announce the selection of candidate members for the 2015-16 academic year. The Board extends its warmest welcome to: Nick Smith Tyler Del Rosario Samarth Barot Brian Jeffries Anna Gleysteen Carlos Teran Sarah Marks Abdul Khan-Tareen Tanya Secor Rachel Kim Ethan Meredith Andrew Strobo Stephen Veit
The Spring Issue is now published and is available under the Issue tab. Direct purchases or purchases of individual articles can be made by emailing the Journal at firstname.lastname@example.org. Congratulations once again to the accomplished authors listed below! ARTICLES IS A HUNGARIAN TRUST A CLONE OF THE ANGLO-AMERICAN TRUST, OR JUST A TYPE OF CONTRACT?: PARSING THE ASSET-MANAGEMENT PROVISIONS OF THE NEW HUNGARIAN CIVIL CODE Prof. Charles E. Rounds, Jr. & István Illés, Esq. CONTENTIOUS MODES OF UNDERSTANDING CHINESE COMMERCIAL LAW Tianshu Zhou & Mathias Siems NOTES BEYOND PRE-RECONSTRUCTION SLAVERY: AMERICA’S MODERN DAY TRADE PRACTICES AND CONFRONTING FORCED LABOR Alyssa B. Coffey THE ROAD TO NOWHERE: HOW BLOCKING STATUTES HAVE EXACERBATED BOOMERANG LITIGATION AND RENDERED FORUM NON CONVENIENS A MISNOMER FOR DBCP TORT LITIGANTS Alena Thomas
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The Summer Issue is now published and is available under the Issue tab. A link to purchase print copies will soon be available on this website. Advance purchases can be made by emailing Managing and Publications Editor Bryan Mulcahey at email@example.com. Congratulations once again to the accomplished authors!
The Journal of International Commercial Law is pleased to announce the publication of Volume 5, Issue 2. This issue includes articles by Chi Chung on the bilateral investment treaty between China and Taiwan, Luana F. Joppert Swensson on the single member limited liability enterprise in the Brazilian legal system, and Dr. Jens Nielsen and Nicolai Nielsen on the Gernman Bank guarantee and lessons drawn from china. Additionally, student notes by Kishore Khan on striking a balance in compulsory license legislation and Damien Smith on sanctions disclaimers in letters of credit. The full issue and individual articles are available under the Issues tab.