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The issue of how civil law jurisdictions rely on precedents in the absence of a firm stare decisis rule is one of the most debated topics in comparative law. While most studies focus on the convergence of legal systems and/or rely on socio-legal reflections, this paper employs an institutional...
The paper, as the title suggests, aims at understanding and exploring the doctrine of public policy as a ground for refusing enforcement of foreign arbitral awards. Public Policy is one such ground provided in the New York Convention as well as in the uncitral Model Law, which is most often...
Is the Nordic model of combating the trafficking of women for sexual purposes to be followed by all member states of the eu ? At the moment, the member states still differ considerably in their legislative approaches towards prostitution and the extent to which this is linked to the combat...
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