[PDF] By Hayley Evans* I. Territorial Scope of the European Convention on Human Rights The scope of Article 1 of the European Convention on Human Rights (“ECHR”) has been contested almost since the issuance of the article itself, due in large part to its ambiguous use of the word “jurisdiction.” Article 1 extends the “rights […]
Student case comments and articles on recent developments.
By Christopher Mirasola October was not a good month for China in the South China Sea. The United States Navy sent a guided missile destroyer on a freedom of navigation exercise to assert that artificial islands are not entitled to a 12 nautical mile territorial sea. Despite strong protests from Beijing, the exercise was unsurprising. […]
An essential component of the post-crisis regulatory structure was an organization that could coordinate the work of regulators, both across subject areas and countries, and highlight potential problems and gaps in regulation. The G-20 established the Financial Stability Board (“FSB”) to do just this, placing it near the top of what Herring describes as the “new […]
This note examines India’s unique law against patent layering, and holds it up as a successful model for countries that wish to restrict the practice in a legal environment that makes it increasingly difficult to do so. The note argues that India’s law complies with TRIPS, and, unlike several alternative means of curbing patent layering, […]
“This Note aims to use the Viewfinder decision as a starting point to consider more broadly the enforcement of foreign copyright judgments. It will caution against the temptation to summarily refuse to enforce foreign copyright judgment as inherently incompatible with the First Amendment. This Note will argue that the Second Circuit was correct in evaluating […]