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Discovery in the United States in Support of International Arbitrations Part 1 By Hyun Yung (Julia) Lee April 2020 The rules and laws governing arbitration remain ambiguous in international disputes, and recent attention has been paid to the discovery process in international arbitration. 
Discovery in the United States in Support of International Arbitrations: Part 2 By Hyun Yung (Julia) Lee May 2020 The rules and laws governing arbitration remain ambiguous in international disputes, and recent attention has been paid to the discovery process in international arbitration. 
Editor’s Comments By Lewis F. Matuszewich May 2020 An introduction to the issue from the editor, Lewis F. Matuszewich.
Editor’s Comments By Lewis F. Matuszewich April 2020 An introduction to the issue by Lewis F. Matuszewich.
Editor’s Comments By Lewis F. Matuszewich February 2020 An introduction to the issue by Lewis F. Matuszewich.
Editor’s Comments By Lewis F. Matuszewich January 2020 An introduction to the issue by Lewis F. Matuszewich.
Execution of U.S. Pre-Trial Discovery Orders in Switzerland By Mirco Ceregato January 2020 In cases where jurisdictional discovery is granted by a U.S. court against a defendant who resides in Switzerland, all involved parties must follow the Swiss Criminal Code.
Immigration and Litigation Practice While Dealing with Coronavirus By Patrick M. Kinnally May 2020 A look at the impact of COVID-19 on the practice of immigration law.
Immigration Cases to Watch on the U.S. Supreme Court’s Docket 2019-20 By Cindy G. Buys January 2020 Summaries of U.S. Supreme Court immigration cases.
Impact of Coronavirus on the Practice of Law By Lewis F. Matuszewich May 2020 Reflections on COVID-19's impact by various contributors to The Globe.
Joint Authorship of Copyright: UK Court of Appeal Tears Up the Script By Ben Milloy February 2020 A look at joint authorship under UK copyright law.
Jurisdiction Stripping and the Presumption of Judicial Review: Who Gets to Make the Call in 2020 By Patrick M. Kinnally February 2020 A look at issues of congressional authority as we head into 2020.
A Man Without a Country (Almost) By William T. Kaplan April 2020 Taxpayers have several methods to prevent the IRS from sending the certification of delinquent tax debt to the State Department.
Meet the Section Council By Scott D. Pollock January 2020 A spotlight on Scott D. Pollock, former chair of the International & Immigration Law Section Council.
Message From the Chair By David W. Aubrey January 2020 David W. Aubrey, chair of the International & Immigration Law Section Council, highlights some of the work accomplished by the section council this past year.
Message from the Chair: The International Criminal Court Bears Watching By David W. Aubrey April 2020 A note from the chair, David W. Aubrey.
Perspectives From the Canadian Consulate By Cindy G. Buys February 2020 On Friday, January 17, the International & Immigration Law Section Council met with the Canadian consul general, John Cruikshank, and his staff at the Canadian Consulate in Chicago.
Recent Developments With Immigration Law and Practice 2019-2020 By Scott D. Pollock January 2020 Summaries of recent activity and changes in the field of immigration, from local agency office procedures to sweeping policy changes.
Some Highlights of the Jordanian Labor Law By Howard L. Stovall April 2020 An overview some of general labor laws in Jordan.
Summary of Key Differences Between NAFTA and USMCA By Cindy G. Buys February 2020 A summary of the main changes the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement will bring once fully ratified.
USCIS Revised Fee Waiver Requirements Impact on Pathways to Legal Immigration By Bhavani Raveendran April 2020 In October, USCIS announced that it would be removing the means-tested benefit criteria in determining whether an applicant was exempt from filing fees.