Houston Journal of International Law

This journal publishes articles in international and comparative law, including international business, finance, torts, crime and human rights.

Articles from Vol. 28, No. 1, Fall

Inherently Safer Technology: The Cure for Chemical Plants Which Are Dangerous by Design
I. INTRODUCTION II. CHEMISTRY IS BIG BUSINESS III. THE VULNERABILITY IS REAL AND CREDITABLE A. Terror Attacks on Chemical Facilities Are Rare B. The Big Bang 1. A Lack of Imagination 2. The Impact Could Be Catastrophic IV....
Introduction
ConocoPhillips is pleased to have the opportunity to sponsor this inaugural International Energy Issue of the Houston Journal of International Law (the "Journal"). I am delighted to be involved in the development of this significant undertaking. ...
Passing the Global Test: DMCA Section 1201 as an International Model for Transitioning Copyright Law into the Digital Age
I. INTRODUCTION II. DRM DEVELOPS AS A TOOL TO PROTECT COPYRIGHT IN THE DIGITAL AGE A. Digital Piracy B. DRM Combats Digital Piracy 1. Watermarking 2. Encryption C. Hackers III. ANTICIRCUMVENTION LAW A. WCT...
Turnabout Is Fair Play: Why a Reciprocity Requirement Should Be Included in the America Law Institute's Proposed Federal Statute
I. INTRODUCTION II. HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF FOREIGN JUDGMENT RECOGNITION AND ENFORCEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES A. Common Law Development 1. Hilton v. Guyot 2. Johnson v. Compagnie Generale Transatlantique ...
Unitizing Oil and Gas Fields around the World: A Comparative Analysis of National, Laws and Private Contracts
I. INTRODUCTION: OVERVIEW AND SCOPE OF ARTICLE A. Introduction B. Legal Framework for Unitization: Overview C. Scope and Methodology 1. The Countries in the Survey 2. Methodology: Twelve-Country Survey D....
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