Thomas A Falcone
A COMPARATIVE HISTORY OF THE TAX COURT IN CANADA
Keywords:comparative tax law; tax litigation; tax law; administrative law; tax dispute resolution; legal history
MANDATORY DATA BREACH NOTIFICATION: ITS ROLE IN PROTECTING PERSONAL DATA
Keywords:Data breaches; data breach response plan; data protection principles; General Data Protection Regulation (EU); mandatory notification of data breach; Personal Data Protection Ordinance (HK); unauthorized access to personal information; US law and policy on notification
Stefan H C Lo
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN THE CONTEXT OF INSOLVENT COMPANIES
Keywords:corporate governance; insolvency; directors’ duties; liquidators’ duties
Nizan Geslevich Packin
A HISTORY OF FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGY FROM CORPORATIONS TO CROWDFUNDING
Keywords:Technology; Banking; Corporations; Securities; Crypto; Venture Capital; Innovation; Regulation (A review of Seth C Oranburg, A History of Financial Technology from Corporations to Crowdfunding (Cambridge University Press, 2022))
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF CHINESE TRADITIONAL CULTURE
Keywords:characteristics of law; cyberspace; international economic law; international investment dispute resolution; international trade order; New Neo-Confucianism; sovereignty of states
C H van Rhee
CASE MANAGEMENT AND CO-OPERATION IN THE MODEL EUROPEAN RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
Keywords:alternative dispute resolution; case management; consensual dispute resolution; Model European Rules of Civil Procedure; co-operation between litigants; duties of litigants and lawyers
THE RIGHT TO HEALTH IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALISED PANDEMICS
Keywords:right to health; public health; WHO; international law; human rights; COVID-19; pandemic; ICESCR
PRELIMINARY RULINGS AND ACTE CLAIR: NATIONAL COURTS, ADVOCATE GENERAL AND CJEU
Keywords:acte clair; preliminary rulings; interpretation; application; judicial reasoning
Jason C T Chuah
RECEPTION OF ENGLISH COMMERCIAL MARITIME STATUTES IN MALAYSIA: A PSEUDO “INTERNAL” CONFLICTS PERSPECTIVE
Keywords:reception of English statutes; former British colonies and protectorates; commercial maritime law; forum non conveniens; federal systems
Anthony C Diala
NEOLIBERAL INFLUENCES ON LEGAL PLURALIST MARRIAGE REFORMS IN AFRICA
Keywords:family law reforms; neoliberalism; legal pluralism; nongovernmental organisations; market capitalism
Chao Wang and Taixia Shen
CHINA’S NEW LEGISLATION ON PERSONAL INFORMATION PROTECTION IN LIGHT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Keywords:Big data technology; China; data privacy; pandemic prevention and control; personal data; right to privacy
TRADE AND TRANSFER OF ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND TECHNOLOGY IN ASEAN: MAPPING PRIORITIES TO ECONOMIC TREATY NEGOTIATIONS
Keywords:Association of Southeast Asian Nations, environmental goods and services, environmentally sound technologies, free trade agreements, sustainable development, trade barriers
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