Incentives to Breach
The Contribution of the ICTY to the Grave Breaches Regime
Breach of confidence: polar approaches to the assessment of damages
Time to Reassess Remedies for Delays Breaching ‘Effective Means’
How Staphylococcus aureus Breaches Our Skin to Cause Infection
Breach of a Duty and Consequential Failure to Prevent or to Punish Crimes of Subordinates
Donau Chemie: National Rules Impeding Access to Antitrust Files Liable to Breach EU law
Do Serious Breaches Give Rise to Any Specific Obligations of the Responsible State?
Damages and the Right to an Effective Remedy for Breach of European Community Law
COMPLIANCE WITH INVESTMENT TREATIES: WHEN ARE STATES MORE LIKELY TO BREACH OR COMPLY WITH INVESTMENT TREATIES?
Breach of the Obligation to Prevent and Reparation Thereof in the ICJ's Genocide Judgment
The Use of Investor–State Arbitration under Bilateral Investment Treaties to Seek Relief for Breaches of WTO Law
Pre-filing disclosure of an invention is found to be in breach of equitable doctrine of confidence
Failure to show breach of implied licence and secondary passing-off of airline goods by advertising agency
From ‘State Crime’ to Responsibility for ‘Serious Breaches of Obligations under Peremptory Norms of General International Law’
The Use of Investor-State Arbitration under Bilateral Investment Treaties to Seek Relief for Breaches of WTO Law
Agreement between Great Britain and Qatar (Trucial Sheikhdom of Oman), engaging not to commit any breach of the Maritime Peace, signed 12 September 1868
Agreement between Great Britain and Abu Dhabi (Trucial Sheikhdom of Oman), engaging not to commit any breach of the Maritime Peace, signed 16 September 1868
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1 When a whale or manta ray leaps clean out of the water, it is said to breach.
2 Of the sea, to break in, either in a ship or a coastal defence such as a sea wall. A sea which breaks completely across a ship is called a clean breach.
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