• Symposium: Bankruptcy in the Global Village: The Second Decade

    Co-sponsored with the Brooklyn Law School Center for the Study of International Business Law

    Introduction
    Neil B. Cohen
    Michael A. Gerber
    Edward J. Janger

    Keynote:

    Global Insolvency Law and the Role of Multinational Institutions
    Christoph G. Paulus

    Articles:

    Maintaining the Momentum: The Continuing Quest for Global Standards and Principles to Govern Cross-Border Insolvency
    Ian F. Fletcher

    The Myth (and Realities) of Forum Shopping in Transnational Insolvency
    John A. E. Pottow

    Universal Proceduralism
    Edward J. Janger

    Incrementalisms in Global Lawmaking
    Susan Block-Lieb
    Terence C. Halliday

    Choosing the Law Governing Security Interests in International Bankruptcies
    Steven L. Harris

    The Effect of Reorganization Proceedings on Security Interests: The Position Under English and U.S. Law
    Nick Segal

    Where are all the Transnational Bankruptcies? The Puzzling Case for Universalism
    Robert K. Rasmussen




  • Group Insolvency—Choice of Forum and Law: The European Experience Under the Influence of English Pragmatism
    Gabriel Moss QC

    Locating the Eye of the Financial Storm
    Jay Lawrence Westbrook

    Canada-United States Cross-Border Insolvency Relations andThe UNCITRAL Model Law
    Jacob Ziegel

    Legitimacy, Technology, and Leverage: The Building Blocks of Insolvency Architecture in the Decade Past and the Decade Ahead
    Terence C. Halliday

    Notes:

    The Hague Convention on Choice-of-Court Agreements: Is the Public Policy Exception Helping Click-Away the Security of Non-Negotiated Agreements?
    Keri Bruce

    Taking a Gamble on Public Morals: Invoking the Article XIV Exception to GATS
    Irem Dogan

    A Shot Across the Bow: Changing the Paradigm of Foreign Direct Investment Review in the United States
    Shannon M. Haley

    Morality v. Reality: The Struggle to Effectively Fight HIV/AIDS and Respect Human Rights
    Erica Tracy Kagan

    Nonrefoulement Under the Convention Against Torture: How U.S. Allowances for Diplomatic Assurances Contravene Treaty Obligations and Federal Law
    Jane C. Kim

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