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Rawlsian Fairness and Appellate Oversight in International Commercial Arbitration

Efficient arbitration has always implicated a tension between the goals of finality and fairness. This article assesses the prospect of appeals in international commercial arbitration in light of Desierto’s Rawlsian analysis and considers the normative question of whether appellate mechanisms are necessary.…

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Is the United States Ready for Social Stock Exchanges?

Social stock exchanges can connect “business[es] that deliver social and environmental value with investors seeking both a social and financial return.” Despite its recent accommodations, the United States needs more "social businesses" and "impact investor" engagement before a domestic social stock exchange can grow.…

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“Justice as Fairness” as a Procedural Guideline: Extending the Use of Rawlsian Fairness in International Arbitration

Rawlsian theory has been applied to yield useful criteria when assessing fairness in international commercial arbitration. The theory should be extended to guide arbitral tribunals in questions of procedural fairness, as it can yield efficient and impartial decisions specific to the procedural question at hand.…

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Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement In Nigeria: Regulatory Agencies To The Rescue

Nigeria faces many challenges in reforming its current system of Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs). To secure the future of the IPR system and improve its own economic future, Nigeria must establish a clear legal and institutional IPR framework, increase awareness of IPR's importance, and enforce IPRs with renewed force.…

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