Articles in the Europe Category
by Laurens Ankersmit, Jessica Lawrence, and Gareth Davies*
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Jurisdictions have increasingly begun to restrict the sale of goods on the basis of the processes involved in production; even if these processes left no trace in the finished product. Products produced by environmentally harmful processes, sweat shops, and child labor are all seen as a distinct group for purposes of taxation and regulation.
Such process and production method (PPM) measures are analytically distinct from more conventional product regulation, which concerns itself with the physical aspects of the product and …
* Despite their role as the primary risk evaluators of various debt instruments, Governments have historically placed little regulation on credit rating agencies
* Targeted as a primary cause of the current economic crisis, Credit rating agencies will soon be subject to European regulation regimes that differ substantially from those in the United States
* In order to prevent anti-competitive outcomes, The EU must seek to align is regulation strategies of credit rating agencies to those of the United States
Jessica J. Berch
19 Minn. J. Int’l L. 55 (2010)
Did the United States make a crucial mistake when agreeing to the Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements? Author Jessica J. Berch argues that the United States should seek to revise certain provisions of the agreements to allow for the recovery of punitive damage awards in E.U. courts.