The spring edition of the Florida Bar’s International Law Quarterly (ILQ) is out. The ILQ is quickly becoming required reading for any international lawyer.
As Editor-in-Chief Alvin F. Lindsay points out, each issue of the ILQ strives for a balance of scholarship and practical articles that will be useful to all international practitioners.
The spring edition is no exception.
There is something for everybody, from Taking Evidence in International Arbitration: the New IBA Rules, the Enforceability of Forum Selection Clauses in U.S. Court Proceedings to the U.K. Bribery Act: Legal Minefield for International Business. Other articles include:
- 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;
- 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; and
- 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.
So many excellent articles–what do you think?