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2018 immigration case decisions March 2019 Summaries of 2018 immigration law cases.
Asylum and refugee law By Cindy G. Buys January 2019 An overview of asylum and refugee resettlement laws.
Canadian court deems Uber arbitration clause invalid By Reagan Quynn July 2019 In early January, a Canadian appellate court declared the arbitration clause for Uber drivers invalid.
Case note: Muthana v. Pompeo By David W. Aubrey April 2019 A new lawsuit in the District of Columbia presents federal courts with the occasion to further expand or narrow the absolute right of United States Citizens to reenter its borders.
Certificates of Citizenship, Derivation, & Naturalization: How Are They Different? By Patrick M. Kinnally August 2019 Applying for naturalization as a United States citizen, if performed correctly, is an earned, valuable right.
Consular reviewability: It is time for the main event By Patrick M. Kinnally March 2019 A U.S. citizen may not enjoy a cognizable legal liberty interest in his spouse’s application for an immigrant visa.
Conversation With the Chair By Susan M. Goldberg December 2019 A Q-&-A style interview with this year’s International and Immigration Law Section Council chair, David W. Aubrey.
Corporate Migration to Switzerland By Florian S. Jörg December 2019 An overview of the legal migration of a foreign corporation to Switzerland.
Developments in development aid By Mark E. Wojcik April 2019 Foreign development aid ­­helps individuals in some of the world’s poorest countries and promotes economic prosperity and progress toward global development goals.
Do new international agreements indicate a downward trend of investor-state arbitration? By Hannah Friedle & Tanner James February 2019 A discussion of the unique challenges private companies face when entering an agreement with a state controlled entity.
Doing business in Europe: United States Commercial Service webinars March 2019 Upcoming U.S. Commercial Service of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration webinars on subregions of Europe.
Editor’s Comments By Lewis F. Matuszewich December 2019 An introduction to the issue by Lewis F. Matuszewich.
Editor’s Comments By Lewis F. Matuszewich November 2019 An introduction to the issue by Lewis F. Matuszewich.
Editor’s Comments By Lewis F. Matuszewich August 2019 An introduction to the issue by Lewis F. Matuszewich.
Editor’s comments By Lewis F. Matuszewich July 2019 An introduction to the issue by Lewis F. Matuszewich.
Editor’s comments By Lewis F. Matuszewich April 2019 An introduction to the issue by Lewis F. Matuszewich.
Editor’s comments By Lewis F. Matuszewich March 2019 An introduction to the issue by Lewis F. Matuszewich.
Editor’s comments By Lewis F. Matuszewich February 2019 An introduction to the issue by Lewis F. Matuszewich.
Editor’s comments By Lewis F. Matuszewich January 2019 An introduction to the issue from Lewis F. Matuszewich.
The Germanic system of justice: Learning about an approach focused on human dignity By Elizabeth Clarke July 2019 An overview of Germany's approach to juvenile justice and how it compares to Illinois'.
The latest on sanctuary laws and litigation By Cindy G. Buys January 2019 An overview of sanctuary laws and litigation.
Lewis F. Matuszewich receives award for 20 years of service January 2019 Lewis F. Matuszewich received a plaque in recognition of his 20 years serving as editor of The Globe.
Meet the Section Council By Maeghan Vander Schaaf December 2019 A spotlight on the International and Immigration Law Section Council's vice chair, Meaghan Vander Schaaf.
Meet the Section Council By Mark E. Wojcik November 2019 Former chair and member of the International & Immigration Law Section Council, Mark Wojcik, introduces himself.
Meet the section council By Ralph E. Guderian March 2019 A spotlight on Immigration Law Section Council Member Ralph E. Guderian.
Message From the Chair By David Aubrey August 2019 A note from the chair, David Aubrey.
Most of the people from Central America entering and seeking asylum in the United States will not be successful By Ralph E. Guderian July 2019 Research shows the ultimate granting of asylum in the United States for people currently fleeing from the Central American countries appears to be the exception rather than the norm.
New European Union regulations require review of how Arizona businesses collect and maintain data By Carrie O’Brien March 2019 Useful tips to determine whether your privacy policy or practices need revision under the European Union’s General Data Privacy Regulation.
The peculiar case of In re Grand Jury Subpoena By David W. Aubrey January 2019 In re Grand Jury Subpoena presents the question of whether subject matter jurisdiction of federal courts exists over criminal offenses by foreign sovereign defendants pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3231.
Pleading Guilty in Illinois Courts: A New Judicial Admonition Rule By Patrick M. Kinnally & Cindy G. Buys November 2019 An explanation of the background and intent of the August 2019 amendment to the Judicial Admonition Statute.

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