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The regulation of the workplace environment through international labour standards has been a task entrusted to the International Labour ..read more
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The revolutionary potential of blockchains in driving legal change has been long promised but sluggish in delivery. Our forthcoming paper ..read more
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The use of software in contract formation is likely to become increasingly pervasive in light of the digital economy. Consequently, ..read more
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The decision of the Singapore International Commercial Court in B2C2 Ltd v Quoine Pte Ltd [2019] will be of interest to Commonwealth ..read more
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In response to the sharp increase in campaigns by activist hedge funds in France and Europe generally, a French commission has conducted ..read more
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Back in August, the Business Roundtable, which comprises the chief executive officers of America’s largest companies—with combined ..read more
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In my paper ‘The Road Towards Good Bankruptcy Governance: A Comparative Law and Economics Perspective’ (published in the conference ..read more
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The increasing use of intermediation in the holding of securities creates both advantages and disadvantages for issuers and investors and ..read more
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If you ask a hundred lawyers whether a software system or a robot can buy a house or file a lawsuit, all of them would be likely to answer ..read more
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Italy has €2.4 trillion of debt. Should it ever find itself in pressing need of restructuring it, traditional avenues for sovereign ..read more

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