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24 Jul 2020, 3:00 am by Jim Sedor
Financially Strapped Trucking Firm Tripled Lobbying Days Before Winning Coronavirus Relief Loan Roll Call – Jessica Wehrman | Published: 7/21/2020 The trucking company that received a $700 million coronavirus relief loan spent $210,000 on lobbyists in the days before it reached an agreement with the Treasury Department on that loan. [read post]
10 Oct 2016, 10:55 am by Elena Chachko, Ashley Deeks
As readers of Lawfare know, a growing number of States believe that use of force in self-defense against a non-state actor on the territory of a third State, without the consent of that third State, may be lawful under international law if the non-state actor has undertaken an armed attack against the State and the third State is itself unwilling or unable to address the threat posed by the non-state actor. [read post]
1 Jan 2016, 9:11 pm
Kuijt, Legal Challenges in the Provision of Humanitarian Assistance: The Case of Non-international Armed Conflicts Other Fields of LawYaël Ronen, A Century of the Law of Occupation Kevin Chamberlain, Casualties of Armed Conflict: Protecting Cultural Property Other ArticlesFréderique van Oijen & Jessica Dorsey, Year in Review 2014 Kenneth Watkin, Military Advantage: A Matter of “Value”, Strategy, and Tactics [read post]
3 Dec 2015, 6:03 am
Contents include: Christophe Paulussen, Tamara Takács, Vesna Lazić, & Ben Van Rompuy, IntroductionChristophe Paulussen & Jessica Dorsey, Towards an EU Position on Armed Drones and Targeted Killing? [read post]
13 Sep 2015, 4:20 am by Cecilia Marcela Bailliet
Eric Pouw of the Netherlands Ministry of Defence presented practical and operational problems related to targeted killings and detention while Jessica Dorsey critiqued the use of drones. [read post]
3 Dec 2014, 9:58 am by Joel O'Malley
Answer: This is a hot topic right now, and Dorsey attorneys Steve Lucke, Gabrielle Wirth, Melinda Maher, and Jessica Shiffman recently published an update that addresses this question. [read post]
1 Dec 2014, 9:11 pm
Paul Eden, The Practices of Apartheid as a War Crime: A Critical Analysis Michelle Lesh, A Critical Discussion of the Second Turkel Report and How It Engages with the Duty to Investigate Under International Law Christophe Paulussen, Jessica Dorsey & Sarah-Jane Koulen, Year in Review 2013 Essays on the Boundaries of the BattlefieldJessica Dorsey & Christophe Paulussen, Boundaries of the Battlefield: A Critical Look at the Legal Paradigms and Rules in Countering… [read post]
31 Mar 2014, 7:31 am by Diane Marie Amann
Babcock: @sandralbabcockSari Bashi: @saribashiNadia Bernaz: @HRightsBusinessJillian Blake: @JilliBlakeSadie Blanchard: @sadie_blanchardCarolyn Patty Blum: @PattyBlumRosa Brooks: @brooks_rosaElizabeth Burleson: @BurlesonInstMira Burri: @miraburri Naomi Cahn: @NaomiCahnLiz Campbell: @lizjcampbellAparna Chandra: @aparnachandraLouise Chappell: @chappell_louiseIoana Cismas: @IoanaCismasKathleen Clark: @clarkkathleenKamari Maxine Clarke: @KamMClarke Colin Dayan: @mehdidogFiona de Londras: @fdelondJessica… [read post]
28 Feb 2014, 9:46 am by Dorsey
Dorsey’s Analysis:By Jessica Linehan and Gabrielle Wirth Yes. [read post]
19 Dec 2013, 3:30 am by Myrna Raeder
However, the use of international human rights law to affect a paradigm shift in analyzing domestic violence cases and other gendered crimes such as trafficking is a hot topic in the United States since the 2011 decision in Jessica Lenahan (Gonzales) v. [read post]
2 Dec 2013, 3:16 am
Drumbl, The Effects of the Lubanga Case on Understanding and Preventing Child Soldiering Joe Tan, Sexual Violence Against Children on the Battlefield as a Crime of Using Child Soldiers: Square Pegs in Round Holes and Missed Opportunities in Lubanga Other ArticlesAlon Margalit, The Duty to Investigate Civilian Casualties During Armed Conflict and Its Implementation in Practice Christophe Paulussen & Jessica Dorsey, Year in Review 2012 [read post]
18 Jan 2013, 4:25 am by Benjamin Wittes
Boundaries of the Battlefield, a conference sponsored last week by The Hague’s Asser Institute and coordinated by Asser researcher and Opinio Juris contributor Jessica Dorsey, tackled the intersection of the law of armed conflict (LOAC) and IHRL, offering diverse perspectives from both sides of the Atlantic on targeted killing. [read post]