Business of the Court

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Business of the Court

Those “Inferior” Courts: Handling the Bulk of the Federal Judiciary's Business

Preserving the Amazon (patent): Federal Court of Appeal rules business methods patentable in Canada

The Courts of England and Wales, Commercial Education and the Changing Business of the City of London

State Aid, National Courts and the Separation of Powers: Should Judges be Bound to the European Commission's Unfinished State Aid Business?

Business as Usual? The International Court of Justice’s 2012 Judicial Practice: Facing New Procedural and Jurisdictional Questions

Review: Imperfect Justice: Looted Assets, Slave Labor, and the Unfinished Business of World War II • Holocaust Justice: The Battle for Restitution in America’s Courts

‘… With a view to despatch and the saving of expense’.1 How the Commercial Court has attempted to meet the demands of the business community for efficient and cost-effective litigation procedures.2

World Business Law Conference (International Conference organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry F(ICCI), supported by the Indian Council of Arbitration (ICA), the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA) and the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA)) – New Delhi, 31 October 1997

Marc Jacob. Precedents and Case-based Reasoning in the European Court of Justice: Unfinished BusinessValériane König. Präzedenzwirkung internationaler Schiedssprüche: Dogmatisch-empirische Analysen zur Handels- und Investitionsschiedsgerichtsbarkeit [The precedential effect of international arbitral awards: Doctrinal and empirical analyses of the Commercial and Investment Arbitration]

International Commercial Arbitration And Globalisation - 6th IBA International Arbitration Day - Conference presented by the Arbitration and ADR Committee of the International Bar Association (IBA) Section on Business Law - Sydney (Australia), 12–13 February 2003 // Lcia - London Court Of International Arbitration - Symposium organised in conjunction with the Asia-Pacific Users’ Council - Sydney (Australia), 14 February 2003.

Judgment concerning immunity of a state from the civil jurisdiction of another state for its acts under private law or acts for business administration, Tokyo Sanyo Trading Company v Pakistan, Final judgment, 2003 (Ju) No 1231, Minshu Vol 60, No 6, p 2542, 1416 Saibansho Jiho 6, ILDC 2379 (JP 2006), 21st July 2006, Japan; Supreme Court


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The business of the Supreme Court has changed substantially over its history, both causing and reflecting broad socioeconomic and political changes. Major shifts in the amount and nature of the ...

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