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21 May 2018, 6:22 am by Adam Steinman
I review a recent article by Seth Davis and Chris Whytock, State Remedies for Human Rights, 98 B.U. [read post]
30 May 2012, 5:30 am by Aaron Marr Page
Chris Whytock and Cassandra Robertson have produced an excellent and timely piece of scholarship and kudos to Letter Blogatory for so keenly picking up on its import and hosting this symposium. [read post]
31 May 2012, 3:00 am by Ted Folkman
Thank you to Cassandra Robertson, Chris Whytock, Ron Brand, Doug Cassel, and Aaron Page for their contributions to the first-ever Letters Blogatory symposium. [read post]
29 May 2012, 2:03 pm by Ted Folkman
We have a great line-up planned, including Chris Whytock, Cassandra Burke Robertson, Ronald Brand, and Doug Cassel. [read post]
6 Sep 2012, 8:36 am by Trey Childress
.)  As part of a casebook project that Mike Ramsey, Chris Whytock, and I have been working on that is tentatively entitled "Transnational Law and Practice," I have been thinking a good amount about what the proper coverage for such a class should be.  I imagine most schools have an international law or transnational law class that focuses primarily on public international law, and augment that offering with smaller seminars on international human rights… [read post]
21 Mar 2016, 10:42 am
We analyze three stages of dispute settlement in line with the “stages of governance” framework developed by Wayne Sandholtz and Chris Whytock: first, we evaluate the selection process of those who interpret the rules; second, we address the context and politics of rule interpretation; and third, we discuss compliance with WTO dispute settlement rulings. [read post]
31 May 2012, 10:14 am by Aaron Marr Page
Which is somewhat troubling.Professor Brand does pick up on Chris’ comment that the case-specific exceptions ship has “set sail.” [read post]
21 May 2018, 3:30 am by Adam N. Steinman
That is the crucial question that Seth Davis and Chris Whytock tackle in their excellent article. [read post]
20 Mar 2012, 7:39 am by pittlegalscholarship
Alabama David Dana (Northwestern Law) Toronto Law and Economics Bentley MacLeod (Columbia Law) UC Hastings Chris Whytock (UC Irvine Law) [read post]
23 Nov 2011, 6:43 am by Jacob Katz Cogan
; Commentator: Peggy McGuinnessAndrew Kent, "The Court's Fateful Error in Ex parte Quirin, the Nazi Saboteur Case"; Commentator: Steve VladeckWayne Sandholz, "Treaties, Constitutions, Courts, and Human Rights"; Commentator: Chris Whytock [read post]
31 May 2012, 11:05 am by Ted Folkman
Chris Whytock’s response addresses this point with characteristic sophistication, though without drawing a firm conclusion. [read post]
9 Feb 2012, 8:36 am by Trey Childress
For those interested in a retreat from east coast weather, Chris Whytock (UCI), Mike Ramsey (USD), and I are co-organizing a symposium on human rights litigation in state courts and under state law, which will be held March 2 at the UC Irvine School of Law. [read post]
28 Oct 2012, 6:29 pm by Gilles Cuniberti
Chair and Commentator: Chris Whytock SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2012 9:00 Panel 3: Constitutional and Democratic Aspects of Private International Law - Jacco Bomhoff, The Constitution of the Conflict of Laws - Charles T. [read post]
30 May 2012, 3:30 am by Cassandra Burke Robertson
In our article, Professor Chris Whytock and I discuss the Chevron and Hubei Gezhouba cases as well as additional “boomerang” lawsuits that were dismissed from the U.S. under the doctrine of forum non conveniens, reached trial in Brazil and Nicaragua, and ultimately returned to the U.S. for attempted judgment enforcement. [read post]
1 Mar 2013, 6:24 am by Trey Childress
A year ago, right after the first oral argument and before the reargument was ordered, Chris Whytock, Mike Ramsey, and I convened a group of private international law and public international law scholars and practitioners to examine the question of what might happen after Kiobel. [read post]
4 Jun 2012, 8:30 am by Douglass Cassel
Bottom Line As Chris Whytock and Cassandra Robertson document, there exists a serious problem of the use of forum non conveniens motions, not to relocate justice, but to delay and defeat justice. [read post]