JURIST Guest Columnist Ben Weinberger of Phoenix discusses the international protection of data in the cloud...
In a recent proceeding before the US Court, Microsoft was ordered to turn-over email belonging to a user of its hosted mail service. That email belonged to a user outside the US. The ...[read more]
Israel's Ministerial Committee for Legislation approved a bill on Sunday that would allow Israel's courts to impose restrictions the president's ability to pardon murderers. The stated purpose of the bill is to prevent diplomatic overtures and "prisoner swapping," which is the exchange of hostages ...[read more]
In response to the escalating civil unrest in the country, Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov resigned from office Tuesday as parliament repealed harsh anti-protest laws passed earlier this month. "For the sake of a peaceful settlement of the conflict, I took my personal decision to ask the ...[read more]
JURIST Guest Columnist Angelique Devaux, a French attorney and LL.M graduate of the Robert McKinney School of Law, discusses the impact of conflict of laws on the same-sex marriage bill passed in France...In a time when France has lost its fame for crusading for human rights, "marriage for all" ...[read more]
JURIST Guest Columnist Patrick Borchers of the Creighton University School of Law says that the Supreme Court's opinion in Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum overlooks recent relevant developments in the conflict of laws and may have unintended effects on future cases...The US Supreme Court's already- ...[read more]
JURIST Guest Columnist Samar Warsi of the Muslim Civil Liberties Union argues that the international drone policy sets the tone for domestic drone policy decisions...For laws to be effective, they must have ascertainable limits.
Clear limits are determined by definitions contained within laws ...[read more]
JURIST Columnist Haider Ala Hamoudi of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law says that, despite Islam's proscription against collecting interest, and a constitutional provision prohibiting laws that conflict with such Islamic rulings, Iraq's courts are unlikely to declare the nation's new ...[read more]
Women displaced by conflict in Colombia are facing rape and domestic violence as well as obstacles in obtaining health care, protection and legal remedies, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said in a report released Wednesday. The report states that the four million women who have been forced out of their ...[read more]
JURIST Guest Columnist Kenneth S. Gallant of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law says that the incidences of documented and alleged child abuse by scoutmasters in the Boy Scouts of America provide a vivid illustration of why some conflict of laws doctrines are ...[read more]
On August 23, 2011, a Michigan court of appeals ruled that medical marijuana could not be sold at private dispensaries. The defendant in the case was a privately owned medical marijuana dispensary that facilitated patient-to-patient transfer of marijuana to patients and stored excess marijuana. US ...[read more]