International Law Quarterly Spring 2011


The spring 2011 of the Florida Bar International Law Section's International Law Quarterly covers a broad range of topics. Articles include:

Taking Evidence in International Arbitration: The New IBA Rules

Seventh Circuit Clarifies Standards for 28 U.S.C § 1782 Discovery Requests: Domestic Companies Face Discovery Burdens in U.S. Courts From Litigation in Foreign Tribunals

The New U.K. Bribery Act: Legal Minefield for International Businesses – New U.K. Legislation Will Present Serious Legal Risks for Corporate Officers and Directors, Regardless of Nationality or Corporate Domicile.

Enforceability of Forum Selection Clauses in U.S. Court Proceedings: What Law Applies

in an International Setting?

Anti-Suit Injunctions Issued by the Arbitral Tribunal

Responding to an Administrative Subpoena by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)

Belize Asset Protection Trust Act: Its Origins, Design and Purpose The International Bar


Tension in International Arbitration over Joinder of Non-Signatories: Paris Court of Appeal Decides Dallah Real Estate and Tourism Holding Co. v. Republic of Pakistan

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