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Mar 17, 2017 by Njeri Bailey (ntibailey)
LAW 6544 : International Investment Law and Arbitration
Fri, 17 Mar 2017 08:03:44 GMT
Fri, 10 Feb 2017 20:42:24 GMT
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International Investment Law and Arbitration
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Int'l Investment Law & Arbitra
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An examination of the legal, business, and financial problems involved in investing across national borders. Focuses on the strategies and techniques for structuring such investments and on the framework of regulation that affects them. The analysis includes U.S. regulation of foreign investors, different types of foreign regulation of U.S. investments, and international controls on domestic regulation of foreign investment through treaties and conventions. Model international transactions and sample documents are used to illustrate basic issues. (Examination)
Students will gain substantive knowledge in International Investment Law and Arbitration with a focus on the international legal rules applying to (or protecting) foreign investors and investments (both direct and indirect), and on dispute settlement between foreign investors and
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