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Multilateralism v Bilateralism: What’s in it for international IP regulation?

A diversity of cats all looking out for global IPRsFrom the TPP to the CTPPThe Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) (in the post-US withdrawal era called the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)) continues to be an important plurilateral trade … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: 16th Brazilian Congress of International Law

The Academia Brasileira de Direito Internacional has issued a call for papers for the 16th Brazilian Congress of International Law, to take place August 22-25, 2018, in Foz do Iguaçu, under the sponsorship of the Universidade Federal da Integração Latino-Americana … Continue reading

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New Database to Research International Institutional Law: Oxford International Organizations

Posting by Sherry Xin Chen: “Oxford University Press (OUP) has just released a new database specialized in international institutional law, Oxford International Organizations (OXIO). OXIO is “the first of its kind” to aid users in their research and understanding of … Continue reading

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Mining M&A: domestic and international diligence

When contemplating any merger or acquisition, a diligence review is one of the preliminary steps an acquiring company takes to fully understand what they are purchasing beyond the underlying asset. In mining transactions specifically, this diligence process can involve agreements … Continue reading

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Conference: Historical Capitalism and International Law

On January 18-19, 2018, Sciences Po will host a young scholars' conference on "Historical Capitalism and International Law." The program is here. Read more detail on Recent International Law posts –

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