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Posts from the ‘International Law’ Category


Franchising Law: The Value of Franchisee Associations

The following paper provides an outlook on the value of franchisee associations within a franchise network.  An International perspective is also provided.  Please note that references are available upon request. Read moreRead more


International Law: The Existence of “Enemy Combatants”

The following is a paper on the existence of the classification “enemy combatant”. It analyzes the ramifications on an individual once they are classified an enemy combatant, and the international laws that pertain to the classification.  Please note that references are available upon request, and this paper does not necessarily reflect the view of U Be The Read moreRead more


The Pirate Bay Case Note: International Copyright Infringement

Every single day millions of people log onto The Pirate Bay (‘TPB’). It is the 108th most frequently visited website on the internet. The site enables users to search through and download a vast collection of torrent files. These files give users the ability to download copyrighted works like games, music, and even movies that are currently in theatres. Are the developers and those involved with such a site liable for the copyright infringements that may ensue? Until recently, ambiguous Swedish copyright laws, a culture of file sharing, and the unique qualities of BitTorrent technologies allowed TPB to exist uninterrupted. This all changed recently in the Stockholm District Court. Read moreRead more