Category Archives: Foreign & International Laws

Links to foreign food recalls

Couldn’t sleep, so I added links to Canadian and EU food recall announcements to the Food entry.

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Free guide to international commercial arbitration

A new offering from the Federal Judicial Center,  International Commercial Arbitration: A Guide for U.S. Judges, makes a nice addition to the Arbitration, Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution entry.  {Thanks to S.I. Strong at the Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution for letting … Continue reading

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Mini primer on the Arab League boycott of Israel

The Middle East entry has a new section on the Arab League boycott of Israel.  The section touches on the basic Arab League documents, the boycott laws of individual Arab nations and the U.S. antiboycott laws.

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Shuffling multi-jurisdictional foreign law resources

I started taking out references to the Martindale Hubble International Law Digests and started adding in references to the volumes in the Getting the Deal Through series.  I added Getting the Deal Through to the Foreign Laws entry first, and then … Continue reading

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Reynold’s Foreign Law Guide finds a new home

The Foreign Law Guide by Reynolds and Flores is the first resource I recommend in the Foreign Law entry.  This venerable resource was first published as a loose-leaf by F.B Rothman and then as an online book self-published by the … Continue reading

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Verrifying diplomatic immunity in the U.S.

I just updated the Diplomatic Immunity entry and added a link to a State Department chart with the various numbers to call to verify if Diplomatic, Consular or U.N. personnel are entitled to immunity in the U.S.

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Azerbaijan Updated

I updated the Azerbaijan entry.   Actually I didn’t remember there was an Azerbaijan entry, but the entry has four solid resources in it, and I think I would find it useful if someday someone does ask me for some something about Azerbaijan.

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