The book is coauthored with Professors SHIN Hyun-Yoon and HONG Myung-Soo, leading antitrust and competition law scholars in Korea. In this book, the three authors explain the current business situation of corporate groups in Korea, ownership structures, and the law and regulation based on the Fair Trade and Monopoly Regulation Act (FTMRA) and policies of the government, in particular, the Korea Fair Trade Commission.
The Colloquium is a joint effort between the WTO and the WIPO to strengthen IP teaching and research capacities in developing countries and economies in transition. It is a two-week intensive program exploring key IP topics relevant to global trade and development.
The topics of these two articles are related to the intersection of competition law and corporate law and they were both published in top law journals in Korea.
In Glasgow, Dr Minas reported to the plenary on the Technology Executive Committee’s achievements in 2020-2021 and co-facilitated the negotiation on the independent review of the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN).
OIV is the Intergovernmental Organization of a scientific and technical nature of recognized competence for its works concerning vines, wine, it is composed of 48 member states and the EU.
This book was edited by Afra Afsharipour (Professor of Law and Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, University of California, Davis, School of Law) and Martin Gelter (Professor of Law, Fordham University School of Law).
Lehman is the Vice Chancellor of NYU Shanghai. He was the Founding Dean of STL, serving from 2007-2012. Previously, he was President of Cornell University and Dean of the University of Michigan Law School.
The Technology Executive Committee (TEC) of the United Nations Climate Convention (UNFCCC) held its second virtual meeting of the year earlier this month. During this meeting, the TEC achieved several milestones.
The book is published by Routledge and features chapters by scholars and practitioners based in both China and Europe on various aspects of the EU’s engagement with the BRI.
Susan Finder comments that these 996 cases “are model, or exemplary cases—not as binding as the ‘guiding cases”—but these will guide the courts and labour arbitration commissions in a timely manner.”