Business Law
The Law Applicable to the International Contracts for the Provision of Computer Software Made Available Via the Internet – Thoughts From the Case Corporate Web Solutions Vs. Dutch Company and Vendorlink B.V.

Łukasz Żarnowiec

Volume 3, Issue 5 , April 2022, Pages 1-18

  Despite the over 30-year period of validity, rich jurisprudence and numerous studies devoted to it, the application of the provisions of the 1980 United Nations Convention on Contracts for International Sale of Goods still causes numerous problems for courts and participants in international trade. Especially ...  Read More

The Role of Injured person’s Fault in Compensation for Traffic Accidents in Iranian and French Civil Law

Zahra Amouzadrad

Volume 3, Issue 5 , April 2022, Pages 19-30

  One of the issues that have been raised in civil liability law from the past is the injured person's act and his fault in causing damage to himself and its impact on civil liability lawsuits. The problem is that whenever the injured person has committed a fault in the damage on himself. Although his ...  Read More

Human Rights
COVID-19, Patents and Right to Health

Sreenivasulu N S

Volume 3, Issue 5 , April 2022, Pages 31-38

  The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented scene and situation across the globe in terms of the health of people at large. Hitherto unknown, unheard and unprecedented health emergency it has created which was never foreseen and anticipated by any wild stretch of the imagination by anyone. It ...  Read More

Trade and Development Law
Obtaining Damages for Corporate Human Rights Violations in Investment Arbitration

Yasmin Salama

Volume 3, Issue 5 , April 2022, Pages 39-51

  Over the past decades, transnational corporations have come under increasing public scrutiny for their involvement in human rights abuses, particularly in developing countries. One may think of violent acts against local communities, slave labor, and grand-scale environmental pollution. International ...  Read More

Réflexion sur l’interdiction de l’esclavage en droit musulman à partir du témoignage méconnu d’Henry Dunant

Jabeur Fathally

Volume 3, Issue 5 , April 2022, Pages 59-69

  La littérature juridique musulmane classique foisonne d’interprétations légitimant l’esclavage mais, pour nous, ces interprétations ne sont que les fruits des considérations politiques, économiques et même théologiques de leurs époques. ...  Read More

International Law and Global Governance

Abbas Poorhashemi

Volume 3, Issue 5 , April 2022, Pages 70-74

  This article aims to describe and analyze the challenges and opportunities for the development of international law. It attempts to provide some knowledge regarding global issues that requires an immediate collective response from the international community. Creating a better world for present and future ...  Read More