The International Trade and Business Law Review publishes leading articles, comments and case notes, as well as book reviews dealing with international trade and business law, arbitration law, foreign law and comparative law. It provides the legal and business communities with information, knowledge and understanding of recent developments in international trade, business and international commercial arbitration.
The Review contributes in a scholarly way to the discussion of these developments while being informative and having practical relevance to business people and lawyers. It also devotes a section to the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot and publishes the memoranda prepared by teams coached by Professor Gabriël A. Moens.
The Review is edited at the Murdoch University School of Law in Perth, Australia. The Editors-in-Chief are Mr Roger Jones, Partner, Latham & Watkins LLP, Chicago and Gabriël A. Moens, Dean and Professor of Law, Murdoch Law School. It is an internationally-refereed journal. The Review is supervised by an international board of editors that consists of leading international trade law practitioners and academics from the European Union, the United States, Asia and Australia. The Student Editors for Volume XI are Adam Totaro and Peter Clay from the Murdoch Law School.
Part 1: Articles 1. Copyright Enforcement in Australia Sam Luttrell 2. Sea Freight Transport in Australia and Competing Transport Modes: Taxation, Fiscal and other Policy Measures Affecting Mode Choice, and their Environmental Consequences Peter Gillies and Bob Cleworth 3. Abuse, Unconscionability and Demand Guarantees: New Exception to Independence Alexei Fedotov 4. Recent Developments in International Commercial Arbitration Doug Jones 5. When Regulation Goes ‘Too Far’: A Comparative Analysis of Environmental Regulatory Expropriation under the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement Lisa Michelle Baetsen 6. How Brazilian Judges Undermine the Rule of Law: A Critical Appraisal Augusto Zimmermann 7. International Trade in 'Cultural Products': UNESCO’s Commitment to Promoting Cultural Diversity and its Relations with the WTO Shin-Yi Peng 8. Developments in Korean corporate governance: Progress toward 21st century standards in an emerging economic powerhouse Matthew R. McCubbins 9.Section 116 of the Constitution and the Jurisprudential Pillars of Neutrality and Action-belief Dichotomy Jared Clements Part 2: Comments 1. The Sovereign Immunity of the Member States of a Federation John Trone 2. Antidumping and Countervailing Duties: The Byrd Amendment Simone Hartmann-Tröger 3. German Constitutional Decisions in English Translation: A Supplement John Trone Part 3: International Arbitration Moot. Fourteenth Annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Samereh Aljanabi, Marina De Kwant, David Jenaway, Courtney Robinson, Johanna Weaver and Professor Gabriël A. Moens Part 4: Book Reviews 1. Iain Goldrein QC and Paul Turner, Ship Sale and Purchase reviewed by Joanne Fuller 2. Michael Wilford, Terence Coghlin and John D Kimball, Time Charters reviewed by Joanne Fuller 3. George Winterton, H.P. Lee (editors), Australian Constitutional Landmarks reviewed by Adrian Tan 4. Patrick Quirk and Jay Forder, Electronic Commerce and the Law reviewed by Alan Davidson 5. Malcolm A. Clarke, Contracts of Carriage by Air reviewed by William Peter Vallati 6. George P. Fletcher, Our Secret Constitution: How Lincoln Redefined American Democracy reviewed by Eamonn Katter 7. Melissa Perry and Stephen Lloyd, Australian Native Title Law reviewed by Margaret Stephenson and Barbara Hocking; 8. Paul Todd, Maritime Fraud reviewed by Kavita Paw 8. Nadja Alexander, Global Trends in Mediation, Second Edition reviewed by Peter Clay 9. Gabriël Moens and Peter Gillies, International Trade & Business: Law, Policy and Ethics, Second Edition reviewd by Adam Tataro