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Serbia’s Journey Towards EU Accession

By: Mica Karanovic Serbia’s path towards European Union (EU) accession began in 2003, after the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was reconstituted and renamed as the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro. That year, the Thessaloniki European Council identified Serbia as a potential candidate for EU membership. Serbia submitted its official application in 2009 and was […]

Comparing Cross-Border Insolvency in the United States and India

By: Asia Ifill The rise of multinational corporations and international business deals demands that countries around the world refine their legal framework for adjudicating cross-border insolvency proceedings. Much of the jurisprudence examines how courts of different jurisdictions interact with each other to resolve insolvency proceedings when creditors and debtors reside in different countries. Specifically, the […]

Cold Feet or Unclean Hands? The Fallout Between The Tiffany & Co. and LVMH Merger

By: Gabrielle Craft The luxury goods giant, LVMH, planned to acquire the iconic jeweler, Tiffany & Co., November of last year.[1] The $16 billion dollar merger would break the luxury industry’s record as the largest merger to date.[2] But earlier this week, the French corporation made the sudden decision to back out of the record-breaking […]

COVID-19: China’s Response and its Impact on Human Rights

By: Eli Tanenbaum On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (“WHO”) officially declared that the outbreak of COVID-19 had reached the level of a global pandemic. Accordingly, it became necessary for governments to take action in an attempt to prevent COVID-19 from spreading. International human rights law recognizes that during serious public health threats […]