The scholarship of the faculty associated with the Center for Transnational Litigation and Commercial Law covers all areas of the law on which the Center focuses, namely private international law, international commercial law, international commercial arbitration and transnational civil litigation.
Most recent publications
Professors Linda Silberman and Franco Ferrari publish a paper entitled "Getting to the law applicable to the merits in international arbitration and the consequences for getting it wrong", in Conflict of Laws in International Arbitration (F. Ferrari and S. Kröll eds., 2010)
Professor Ferrari publishes a paper (with Dr. Francesca Ragno) entitled "Consumer Protection in International Private Relationships. European Union", in Consumer Protection in International Private Relationships/La protection des consommateurs dans les relations privées internationales (D.P. Fernandez Arroyo ed., 2010)
Professor Ferrari publishes a paper on the unification of the law of receivables financing, entitled "Die Vereinheitlichung des Abtretungsrechts als Spiegel der Vereinheitlichung des internationalen Handelsrechts im Allgemeinen", in Europäisches Kreditsicherungsvertragsrecht. Ulrich Drobnig zum 80. Geburtstag (J. Basedow et als. eds., 2010).
Professors Gillette and Ferrari publish a paper entitled "Warranties and 'Lemons'" under the Article 35(2)(a) CISG" in German law review (Internationales Handelsrecht 2010, 2). For the full text of the paper click here.
Professor Silberman publishes a paper entitled "The New York Convention After Fity Years: Some Reflections on the Role of National Law" in the Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law (38 Ga. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 25 (2009)).
Professor Ferrari publishes a book entitled "The Sources of the Law of Contratcs for the International Sale of Goods" (2009) in Spanish. For more information click here.
Professors Silberman and Choi publish a paper entitled "Transnational Litigation and Global Securities Class-Action Law-Suits" in the Wisconsin Law Review (2009 Wis. L. Rev. 465 (2009)). For the abstract click here.
Professor Ferrari publishes a paper entitled "From Rome to Rome via Brussels: Remarks on the Law Applicable to Contractual Obligations Absent a Choice by the Parties (Art. 4 of the Rome I Regulation)" in German law review (RabelsZ 73 (2009) 750).
Professor Silberman publishes a book entitled "Civil Procedure: Theory and Practice" (with A. Stein and T. Wolff) (3rd ed., 2009).
Professor Ferrari edits a book entitled "The Rome I Regulation. The Law Applicable to Contractual Obligations in Europe" (2009) published in Germany. For more information click here.