Latest blog articles with tag LBM

  • Vietnamese trade

    Geographical indications in EU-Vietnam FTA: beyond quality control

    17 January 2018
    Concluded at the end of 2015, the European Union-Vietnam FTA (EVFTA) has marked a successive breakthrough for the EU in exporting its long-standing sui generis protection of geographical indications (GIs). With respect to the scope of protection, the GI chapter in EVFTA has introduced a peculiar rule that arguably touches upon the quality control of GI-denominated products.
  • Eksodi kukes_former Yugoslavia

    Larger than life

    11 January 2018
    On 21 December the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) held its official closing ceremony. The Tribunal is thereby a thing of the past. But it lives on in the countries of the former Yugoslavia, first and foremost in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), but also in Serbia and Croatia. In their legal systems, the Tribunal left clear traces.
  • ADR law event

    Alternative Dispute Resolution in legal education

    9 January 2018
    The aim of this conference is to bring together educators, researchers, professionals and students, to engage in a meaningful dialogue regarding the future of legal education, using ADR as a means to deliver significant skills to future graduates.
  • Abuja_federal_capital_territory

    Legal reforms for economic development in Africa: how effective?

    8 January 2018
    This PhD thesis by Ify Ogo evaluates the effectiveness of the public finance legislations in Nigeria and Rwanda, through the observation and analysis of the effect of law on the behaviour of public institutions between 2005 and 2015, and the impact on public debt portfolios, which continue to increase.
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