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Outlining a wide range of instructional strategies for different student audiences, Teaching International Law presents guidelines and recommendations on best practices for teaching public international law at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, as well as part of law schools and legal training programs.

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In this thoroughly revised second edition, Pedro De Miguel Asensio presents a practical analysis of jurisdiction, choice of law, and recognition and enforcement of judgments in the context of online activities, examining areas where private legal relationships are most affected by the Internet. Addressing the tension between the ubiquity of the Internet and the territorial nature of national legal orders, the author sets out the latest developments across multiple jurisdictions in this dynamic field.

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A Handbook on Regulation, Research and Teaching

This incisive Research Handbook provides valuable insights into the various methodological approaches to Private International Law from regulatory and educational perspectives. It comprehensively unpacks central themes in the field including international jurisdiction, recognition and enforcement, and scrupulously analyses core debates whilst addressing legislative and policy issues.

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This comprehensive Companion provides a unique overview of UNIDROIT, the primary independent organisation coordinating the practice of international private law across its 65 member states. As the third in the suite of titles covering the ‘three sisters’ of uniform private law and private international law, it considers UNIDROIT’s role in the creation of existing uniform law, as well as posing questions about its future in the sector.

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This erudite Research Handbook presents in-depth analyses on marine insurance law, exploring its fundamental issues, legal conflicts and the ways in which technology has changed the marine insurance landscape. Bringing together a vast array of expert legal scholars and practitioners, this book adeptly relates marine insurance to international trade, cyber insurance and pandemic exclusions.

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A Practical Interpretation of the 2003 UNESCO Convention

This book presents a detailed analysis of the different approaches and measures for implementing the requirements of UNESCO’s 2003 Convention on Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage (the Convention) and a practical interpretation of that treaty, based on the experience of States’ Parties and other primary actors. The book considers the interests of multiple stakeholders and takes account of how the Convention interacts with other international law regimes pertaining to both human rights and sustainable development.

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Jurisdiction and Applicable Law

With the rise of international trade and innovation, there has been an increase in cross border trade secret violations. Using common trade secret scenarios as a springboard for analysis, the book questions whether EU private international law rules can be interpreted to facilitate the objective of the EU Trade Secret Directive and in doing so provides a detailed examination of both regimes.

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Interpretation and Implementation

The Brussels I-bis Regulation remains the most significant legal instrument for procedural law in the EU, providing the cornerstone for questions of international jurisdiction and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters. This authoritative book provides a thorough and practical analysis of the Regulation, with particular focus on its interpretation and application.

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A Concise Introduction

In this essential primer on the key themes in sports law, Jack Anderson explains how law has become important to all aspects of sport, including participation, administration and the resolution of disputes. Crossing legal jurisdictions and sporting codes, it covers issues ranging from ambush marketing to broadcasting, corruption and doping.

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The increase in the complexity and length of international arbitration procedures has resulted in a growing demand for both provisional and emergency measures to facilitate the preservation of the parties’ rights until a final award is rendered. In Provisional and Emergency Measures in International Arbitration, Julien Fouret has brought together many of the leading international arbitration practitioners to examine this highly topical subject.

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