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Volume 31, No. 3

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WHY CHINA’S CRACKDOWN ON COMMERCIAL BRIBERY THREATENS U.S. MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES DOING BUSINESS IN CHINA

Daniel C.K. Chow

THE NEXT CHAPTER: REVISITING THE POLICY IN FAVOR OF ARBITRATION IN THE CONTEXT OF EFFECTIVE VINDICATION OF STATUTORY CLAIMS

Shelley McGill & Ann Marie Tracey

A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF LABOR OUTSOURCING

Richard Bales, Stefanus Brian Audyanto, Sefa Guven, Maria Jockel, Cornel B. Juniarto, Jiang Junlu, & David Langmead

INTERNATIONAL CRIME AND PUNISHMENT: THE GAP THROUGH WHICH TO DRIVE A MAFIA

Wayne McCormack

THE MISSING LINK: LEGAL HISTORICAL INSTITUTIONALISM AND THE ISRAELI HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE

Yair Sagy

CAN ONE INHERIT A HOME AS OPPOSED TO A HOUSE? A NORMATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE

Shelly Kreiczer-Levy

UNITED IN DIVERSITY, DIVIDED BY SOVEREIGNTY: HYBRID FINANCING, THIN CAPITALIZATION, AND TAX COORDINATION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

Marc Morris

AN EXAMINATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE INTER-COUNTRY ADOPTION CONVENTION: EXPLORING SURROGACY IN ARMENIA AS A FORM OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING

George S. Yacoubian, Jr.* & Lucy Clements

PROSECUTORIAL MISCONDUCT: COMPARING AMERICAN AND FOREIGN APPROACHES TO A PERVASIVE PROBLEM AND DEVISING POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS

Seth Apfel

PLAYING IN THE DARK: HOW ONLINE GAMES PROVIDE SHELTER FOR CRIMINAL ORGANIZATIONS IN THE SURVEILLANCE AGE

Matthew S. Ruskin

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