ASSESSING A KEY FACET OF THE RULE OF LAW IN POST-1997 HONG KONG
David L. Callies and Chynna Stone
REGULATION OF HYDRAULIC FRACTURING
Keywords:Constitutional demarcation of state and municipal compe tence; environmental protection; federal legislation; fracking; hydraulic fracturing; land use regulation; natural gas; preemption of municipal legislation; regulation
Ariel Ezrachi and Maria Ioannidou
INTERNATIONALIZATION OF COMPETITION LAW AND POLICY: THE DOMESTIC PERSPECTIVE
Keywords:Competition law; international cooperation; convergence; developed and developing countries; export cartels; transfer of wealth; extraterritoriality
DEMOCRATIZING INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION? MASS CLAIMS PROCEEDINGS IN ABACLAT v ARGENTINA
Keywords:Mass claims; mass claims proceedings; international arbitration; international investment arbitration; ICSID; democratization; investment treaties; class action.
AVIATION AND CLIMATE CHANGE: A COMPELLING LEGAL CHALLENGE FOR A TOOTHLESS TIGER?
Keywords:Aircraft engine emissions; market-based measures; emissions trading; aviation and climate change; common but differentiated responsibilities; special circumstances and respective capabilities; ICAO.
THE RIGHT TO SECONDARY INDUSTRIAL ACTION UNDER THE ECHR AND INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
PLANNING PERMISSION FOR AN ACTIVITY CREATING A NUISANCE
Stefan HC Lo
A PARENT COMPANY’S TORT LIABILITY TO EMPLOYEES OF A SUBSIDIARY
CONSUMER PROTECTIONS AND LIMITED LIABILTY: GLOBAL ORDER FOR AIR TRANSPORT?
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