This important casebook is based upon one of the leading books in the field Born's treatise, International Commercial Arbitration. It offers a comprehensive approach to international commercial arbitration (focused on the New York Convention and UNCITRAL Model Law), while providing comparative examples drawn from state-to-state and investment arbitration. An easy-to-use chronological structure follows the course of an international arbitration. Features: Thoroughly revised to reflect amendments to UNCITRAL Rules, ICC Rules and other institutional arbitration rules New sections addressing IBA Guidelines on Party Representation in International Arbitration Revised to reflect amendments to representative national arbitration legislation in France, Singapore and elsewhere Streamlined excerpts of cases and awards; added excerpts of new arbitral awards on selected topics.
The fourth edition of Sports Law and Regulation: Cases, Materials, and Problems explores both amateur and professional sports as well as issues common to both industries. A comprehensive collection of cases and materials provides balanced perspective and flexible coverage, while the organization provides instructors the flexibility to cover selected sections or chapters for a separate course in either Amateur Sports Law or Professional Sports Law. The fourth edition includes recent landmark sports precedents, an updated Olympic and international sports law chapter, and the addition of youth sports materials to the high school sports chapter. Materials examining the governance authority of the Big-5 conferences, and Title IX to address student-athlete sexual assault of women have also been included in the updated edition. Sports Law and Regulation: Cases, Materials, and Problems contains the appropriate amount of introductory and explanatory materials, notes, and questions to facilitate students’ understanding as well as hypothetical problems for applying new knowledge. Key Features: Most recent landmark sports law precedents, including Brady v NFL, O’Bannon antitrust and right of publicity litigation, Garber and Laumann antitrust litigation challenging MLB and NHL broadcasting restrictions Updated Olympic and international sports law chapter, including Pechstein v International Skating Union (German Federal Supreme Civil Court recognizes independence of Court of Arbitration for Sport and enforces its arbitration award) and 2015 World Anti-doping Code materials Addition of youth sports materials to high school chapter Addition of materials examining the governance authority (autonomy) of the Big-5 conferences and other institutions at the most competitive level within the NCAA Addition of Title IX to address student-athlete sexual assault of women, and a discussion of issues relating to transsexual, transgender and intersex athletes to the gender equity chapter Addition of discussions of the evolving definition of sport and new sports, including mixed martial arts and e-sports Addition of a comment on concussion related claims in the health and safety chapter
This casebook covers both amateur and professional sports -- as well as issues common to both industries -- and is suitable as the primary text for either a two- or three-hour sports law course. Sports Law and Regulation: Cases, Materials, and Problems takes a penetrating look at the regulation of interscholastic athletics, intercollegiate athletics, Olympic and international sports issues, professional athletics, and agents, as well as gender and racial equity. The authors reveal the scope and depth of the area while keeping their presentation coherent and concise: principal cases include both leading historical and major recent sports law cases ancillary legal doctrines and minor cases are discussed in detailed introductory and historical materials for each chapter offers analysis of the developing legal principles governing the amateur and professional sports industries includes an appropriate amount of introductory and explanatory materials, notes, and questions that facilitate student understanding raises some of the deeper philosophical, sociological, psychological, and economic policy issues that arise in the sports context, mirroring the practice of law in the 21st century generally, and heightening student understanding of sports-related legal issues students gain opportunities to apply new knowledge and develop their skills through a series of hypothetical problems as well as exercises in client counseling, negotiation, and document drafting exercises To enable effective teaching, the authors make their casebook: flexible, so instructors can cover selected sections or chapters for a general sports law course or separate courses in either Amateur Sports Law or Professional Sports Law comprehensive, with coverage of a wide variety of legal issues affecting the sports industry adaptable for use in both law school and graduate-level sports law courses part of a complete teaching package that includes a detailed Teacher's Manual with answers to all questions and problems, as well as sample syllabi
Focusing on private international business transactions, this book covers the planning, structure, and implementation of these transactions in today’s global economy. New Key Features New Supreme Court jurisprudence on international litigation and arbitration. New developments in international investment law. New cases on corporate social responsibility.
In Problems in Contract Law: Cases and Materials, Ninth Edition, by Charles L. Knapp, Nathan M. Crystal, and Harry G. Prince, a balance of traditional and contemporary cases reflect the development and complexity of contract law. Explanatory notes and text place classic and contemporary cases in their larger legal context, while questions and problem exercises bridge theory and practice. Adaptable for instructors with different teaching techniques, this successful book includes various perspectives and contractual settings, and offers a highly intelligent, contemporary treatment of contract law. It can easily be used in teaching by traditional case analysis, through problem-based instruction, or using theoretical inquiry. New to the Ninth Edition: Seven new cases that reflect advances in or improved statements of contract law Two restored cases (Kirksey v. Kirksey and Hill v. Jones) that provide valuable perspectives on fundamental areas of contract law Eight new problems (including seven net additions and one replacement) to provide more review options for teachers and students and to add contemporary fact patterns A new, two-color design featuring interesting photographs illustrating people and places discussed in some of the cases Editing of note and text material to reduce length without affecting coverage Reorganization of text and comment material to focus comments primarily on historical developments, allowing professors flexibility in assigning or deleting comments Student accessibility to deleted cases from prior editions through Connected Casebook, allowing professors the further flexibility of continuing to easily assign cases for which they have a particular preference Professors and students will benefit from: Flexible application for professors with various teaching methodologies: traditional, problem, theoretical, and practical A mixture of classic and contemporary cases The authors’ emphasis on accessibility of the material—rejecting a hide-the-ball approach Review questions at the end of each chapter that are primarily designed for students to perform self-assessments of their grasp of the material. Answers with explanations are included in an appendix within the book.
Publisher: World Intellectual Property Organization
With this publication, WIPO and the author aim at making available for judges, lawyers and law enforcement officials a valuable tool for the handling of intellectual property cases. To that effect, the case book uses carefully selected court decisions drawn from various countries with either civil or common law traditions. The extracts from the decisions and accompanying comments illustrate the different areas of intellectual property law, with an emphasis on matters that typically arise in connection with the enforcement of intellectual property rights in civil and as well as criminal proceedings.
Written by two leading scholar-practitioners in the field, International Civil Litigation in United States Courts offers a unique combination of excerpts of cases and materials, commentary, and detailed notes--in an accessible framework that integrates topics seamlessly. Much like the newly released edition of Mr. Born's International Arbitration casebook, this text promises to be the leader in its field. The Fifth Edition provides a thoroughly updated survey of the field, canvassing recent developments, such as the stream-of-commerce theory of personal jurisdiction, the immunity of government officials after Samantar , and the extraterritorial application of federal statutes after Morrison . Each chapter contains non-U.S. materials which support a comparative study of the topics covered in the book. International Civil Litigation in United States Courts features broad and inclusive coverage a manageable and transparent organization of topics extraordinary authorship that brings a wealth of experience in teaching and practice to every page integrated coverage of conflicts of laws enduring value as a reference source Updated throughout, highlights of the Fifth Edition reflect significant developments in the field: analyzes the most recent Supreme Court decisions in the field like Samantar, Morrison and the upcoming stream of commerce cases traces subsequent lower court activity following path breaking decisions like Sosa and Intel covers major legislative activity like the recent overhaul of the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act even greater emphasis on comparative analysis of the topics covered such as jurisdiction, judgments and forum selection