Interest as Damages

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In this article, we posit that when arbitral tribunals decide international disputes, they typically fail to fully compensate claimants for the loss of the use of their money. This failure occurs because they do not acknowledge that businesses typically invest in...

Internationalization of U.S. Law


The following luncheon address was given during International Law Weekend in New York on October 28, 2006. The speech addresses the growth of international legal jurisprudence and refutes claims that U.S. law remains unaffected by it.