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. 41, No. 2, Spring

Amazon Doesn't Have an Antitrust Problem: An Antitrust Analysis of Amazon's Business Practices
I. INTRODUCTION II. CURRENT EVENTS III. THE PURPOSE OF ANTITRUST LAWS IV. EVALUATING MARKET POWER A. Product Market B. Geographic Market V. MONOPOLIES VI. ANTICOMPETITIVE BEHAVIORS A. Prices ...
Enforceability of Default Provisions under Joint Operating Agreements
ABSTRACT Default provisions are commonly included in joint operating agreements (JOAs) in the context of petroleum operations. Among other contractual provisions, default provisions memorialize the commitment among the parties to share cost and underscore...
In Memory of Sergei Magnitsky: A Lawyer's Role in Promoting and Protecting International Human Rights
ABSTRACT Private practitioners can, and should, play a larger role in the promotion and protection of human rights through their representation of clients and the standards to which they hold themselves professionally. Since the United Nations' introduction...
Intractable Problems and Modest Solutions: The Illicit Antiquities Trade between the United States and Mexico
I. INTRODUCTION II. BACKGROUND A. International Law 1. UNESCO Convention and the Adoption by the United States 2. Treaty of Cooperation Between the United States and Mexico (1970)...
Maritime Oilfield Contracts Reconsidered
I. INTRODUCTION TO ADMIRALTY JURISDICTION AND CHOICE OF LAW II. INITIAL TREATMENT OF OILFIELD CONTRACTS III. RECONSIDERATION OF MARITIME CONTRACT JURISDICTION IV. REMAINING WORK I. INTRODUCTION TO ADMIRALTY JURISDICTION...
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