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Handling Co-Parenting Issues as Stay-At-Home Orders are Lifted

Handling Co-Parenting Issues as Stay-At-Home Orders are Lifted

18.05.2020 | MAY 18, 2020 03:08:17 AM Julie R. Colton Edited by: Tim Zubizarreta | 594

JURIST Guest Columnist Julie Colton, an adjunct professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, discusses potential co-parenting challenges as states begin to lift COVID-19 stay-at-home orders..

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(Un)Certainty of Food Safety in the times of COVID-19

(Un)Certainty of Food Safety in the times of COVID-19

18.05.2020 | MAY 18, 2020 03:28:28 AM Surbhi Kapur Edited by: Tim Zubizarreta | 681

JURIST Guest Columnist Surbhi Kapur, a lawyer and Ph. D student in International Food Law and Policy, addresses growing concerns in the international community over the safety of imported food during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic...

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Data as a Tool for Diplomacy in India

Data as a Tool for Diplomacy in India

18.05.2020 | MAY 18, 2020 03:06:31 AM Akshat Agarwal Edited by: Tim Zubizarreta | 743

JURIST Guest Columnist Surbhi Kapur, a lawyer and Ph. D student in International Food Law and Policy, addresses growing concerns in the international community over the safety of imported food during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic...

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COVID-19 Exemptions for Sellers/Exporters under the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG)

COVID-19 Exemptions for Sellers/Exporters under the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG)

17.05.2020 | MAY 17, 2020 03:06:27 AM Israr Khan Edited by: Tim Zubizarreta | 719

JURIST Guest Columnist Israr Khan, a legal adviser at the Citizens Advice Bureau, discusses the possibility of non-performance exemptions for sellers under COVID-19...

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Global Court Functioning and the Impact of COVID-19 on Arbitration

Global Court Functioning and the Impact of COVID-19 on Arbitration

17.05.2020 | MAY 17, 2020 03:04:55 AM Sayra Kakkar Edited by: Tim Zubizarreta | 692

JURIST Guest Columnist Sayra Kakkar, a first year law student at Amity University in Noida, India, surveys how courts and arbitration organizations are functioning differently worldwide in the wake of COVID-19...

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UK government: British and Irish citizens born in Northern Ireland to be treated as EU citizens for immigration purposes

UK government: British and Irish citizens born in Northern Ireland to be treated as EU citizens for immigration purposes

16.05.2020 | MAY 15, 2020 01:15:59 PM Cassandra Maas | 592

The UK government announced that all British and Irish citizens born in Northern Ireland would be treated as EU citizens for immigration purposes, making the official rule change in Parliament on Thursday.

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An International Humanitarian Law Perspective on Cyber Attacks Against Nuclear Facilities

An International Humanitarian Law Perspective on Cyber Attacks Against Nuclear Facilities

16.05.2020 | MAY 16, 2020 01:42:09 AM Aditendra Singh Edited by: Tim Zubizarreta | 673

JURIST Guest Columnist Aditendra Singh, a second year student at National Law University, Delhi, India, discusses whether cyber attacks against civilian nuclear power facilities might qualify as war crimes under International Humanitarian Law...

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Testing Human Rights Through Human Gene Patenting in COVID-19

Testing Human Rights Through Human Gene Patenting in COVID-19

16.05.2020 | MAY 16, 2020 01:44:55 AM Kaustubh Srivastava Edited by: Tim Zubizarreta | 615

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It’s Time to Stop President Trump’s Spit-balling Approach to Sanctuary Jurisdictions

It’s Time to Stop President Trump’s Spit-balling Approach to Sanctuary Jurisdictions

16.05.2020 | MAY 16, 2020 01:48:25 AM Steven D. Schwinn Edited by: Tim Zubizarreta | 602

Suggested citation: Steve Schwinn, It’s Time to Stop President Trump’s Spit-balling Approach to Sanctuary Jurisdictions, JURIST – Academic Commentary, May 16, 2020, https://www.jurist.org/commentary/2020/05/steven-schwinn-trump-sanctuary-cities-stimulus-covid19/

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Lawmakers introduce $3 billion bill for emergency oil reserve

Lawmakers introduce $3 billion bill for emergency oil reserve

9.04.2020 | Gabrielle Wast | 760

A bipartisan bill was announced on Tuesday to provide $3 billion to buy US crude oil for the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR).

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