Vol. 44 Nbr. 4, June 2013
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- To ban or not to ban blasphemous videos.
- The Alien Tort Statute and the law of nations in Kiobel and beyond.
- International health emergencies in failed and failing states.
- Can incentives to generic manufacturers save the Doha Declaration's Paragraph 6?
- The case for decriminalization of sex work in South Africa.
- Limitations on the U.S. District Courts' discretion: immediate review of post-Aerospatiale discovery decisions.
- Accountability for outsourced torts: expanding brands' duty of care for workplace harms committed abroad.
- Recommendations, communications, and directives, oh my: how the European Union isn't solving its licensing problem.
- Finding the patent balance: the Novartis Glivec case and the TRIPS compliance of India's Section 3(D) efficacy standard.