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STL Held Guiding Case No.76 Review Seminar

The review seminar lasted for 3 hours and got over 5,000 views. The Thorns Beauty initiative was developed to be a regular seminar in the future with the aim of attracting more legal scholars to comment on the cases reviewed.

STL Professor Sang Yop Kang Participated and Published New Book

This book is a collective project of leading corporate law scholars in the world.

World Trademark Review Features Professor Friedmann’s Article on Geographical Indications

Tim Lince writes: “It is a bold proposal that would require a major shift in how IGOs are protected. Time will tell whether Friedmann’s vision will be realised.”

STL Assistant Professor Stephen Minas Highlights in International Newspaper

As a response to his newly procured position, Neos Kosmos interviewed Professor Minas about his career path.

Professor Friedmann Wrote the Chapter on China for The Oxford Handbook of Online Intermediary Liability

The chapter describes the opposing and strengthening forces that influence Intermediary Liability regulation in the People’s Republic of China.

Professor Minas Elected Vice-chair of UN Climate Change Committee

STL Assistant Professor Stephen Minas was elected vice-chair of the Technology Executive Committee (TEC) of UN Climate Change, at its meeting during the first week of April. The TEC was established in 2010 by the Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

STL Professor Minas Participates Virtually in EU-China Climate Justice Workshop

In March 2020, STL Assistant Professor Stephen Minas participated in an international workshop on the topic of ‘The EU and China in the Climate Regime: Exploring Different Pathways towards Climate Justice’.

Professor Francis Snyder Received Interview from Peking University on Covid-19 Outbreak

In the interview, professor Snyder gave some professional advices from the standpoint of a professor specializing in international law and in regulation of food safety and of public health.

Professor Nitzan Shilon Releases New Research on Stock Buybacks as an Executive Compensation Problem

STL associate professor Nitzan Shilon’s article “Stock Buybacks as an Executive Compensation Problem” was recently released and made SSRN top ten download list for “executive compensation and corporate governance”.

Professor Nitzan Shilon Publishes an Op-Ed in Agenda

In his article, professor Shilon analyzes the pay incentives that the directors provided for Boeing’s CEO and how that may have contributed to the 737 Max crisis.