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Sharing International Commercial Law across National Boundaries: Festschrift for Albert H Kritzer

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Edited by: Camilla B. Andersen, Ulrich G. Schroeter

ISBN13: 9781898029977
Published: March 2008
Publisher: Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £65.00



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Professor Albert H Kritzer is Executive Secretary of the Pace Institute of International Commercial Law, author of the International Contract Manual, and Editor of the award winning database at www.cisg.law.pace.edu. He is the recipient of the 1998 Award for Distinction in International Affairs of the New York State Bar Association, has pioneered countless important projects in international commercial law, and inspired and nurtured generations of researchers.

This book, which is published on the occasion of his eightieth birthday in the continental European tradition of a Festschrift, celebrates Albert and his profound influence on international commercial law and the world trade community.

Albert’s favourite concepts are friendship and sharing — and so it is fitting that scholars and friends from around the world honour this great man by sharing contributions written specifically for him. Albert has devoted his academic career to promote what this book sets out to do: Sharing International Commercial Law across National Boundaries

This Festschrift expresses the gratitude of many who have reaped the benefits of Albert’s sharing, and who wish to share something in return.

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Subjects:
Commercial Law, International Trade, Wildy, Simmonds and Hill
Contents:
Contents
Introduction from the Editors:
Camilla B Andersen and
Ulrich G Schroeter
On the Methods of International Harmonisation of Secured
Transactions Law
N Orkun Akseli
General Principles of the CISG: Generally Impenetrable?
Camilla Baasch Andersen
To a Mentor, Taskmaster, Colleague and Friend
William M Barron
Uniformity through Persuasive International Authorities
Does Stare Decisis really Hinder the Uniform Interpretation
of the CISG
Gary F Bell
Amending the Contract: Article 29 CISG
Eric E Bergsten
Towards a Legislative Codification of the Unidroit Principles?
Michael Joachim Bonell
The Transfer of Risk under the UN Sales Convention 1980 (CISG)
Michael Bridge
The Purpose, Scope and Underlying Principles of the UNECIC
Sieg Eiselen
Have the Dragons of Uniform Sales Law Been Tamed?
Ruminations on the CISG’s Autonomous Interpretation by
Courts
Franco Ferrari
The CISG Song, the ‘Mootie Blues’ and a Dedication to a
CISG Entrepreneur
Harry Flechtner
Creation of Rules in National and International Business Law: A
Non-National, Analytical Synthetic Comparative Method
Rene Franz Henschel
The Seller’s Responsibility for Third Party Intellectual Property
Rights under the Vienna Sales Convention
Ruth M Janal
The Principle of Remediation
Christopher Kee and Elisabeth Opie
Favor Contractus: Reading the CISG in Favor of the Contract
Bertram Keller
The CISG as the Law Applicable to Arbitration Agreements?
Robert Koch
Online with Al K
Joseph Lookofsky
Incorporation of Standard Contract Terms under the CISG
Ulrich Magnus
The Written Form Requirement of an Arbitration Agreement in
Light of New Means of Communication
Francesco G Mazzotta
Is a Post-Breach Decline in the Value of Currency an
Article 74 CISG Loss
John P McMahon
Albert Kritzer: Pioneer of Open Access to International Private
Law
Marie Stefanini Newman
CISG Case Law in Spain (2004-2006)
Pilar Perales Viscasillas
CISG and INCOTERMS 2000 in Connection with International
Commercial Transactions
Jan Ramberg
The Lexical Initiative for International Commerce
Vikki M Rogers
Opting out of Merger and Form Clauses under the CISG
Second thoughts on TeeVee Toons, Inc. & Steve
Gottlieb, Inc. v. Gerhard Schubert GmbH
Peter Schlechtriem
Backbone or Backyard of the Convention? The CISG’s Final
Provisions
Ulrich G Schroeter
The Pot Calling the Kettle Black: The Impact of the Non-
Breaching Party’s (Non) Behavior on its CISG-Remedies
Ingeborg Schwenzer and Simon Manner
Mandatory Law in Arbitration
Hans Smit
The Applicability of the CISG to Software Sales Transactions
Hiroo Sono
Uniform Law on Secured Transactions and Insolvency:
The Approach of the Cape Town Convention and of the
UNCITRAL Legislative Guide on Secured Transactions
Anna Veneziano
Conformity of the Goods in the UN Convention on Contracts
for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) Overview of
CIETAC’s Practice
Andrea Vincze
The CISG and International Commercial Arbitration: Promoting
a Complimentary Relationship Between Substance and
Procedure
Jeffrey Waincymer
CISG, CIETAC Arbitration and the Rule of Law in the
P.R. of China: A Global Jurisconsultorium Perspective
Fan Yang
Commodity Sales and the CISG
Bruno Zeller
The Parol Evidence Rule, International Electronic Documents
and the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the
International Sale of Goods (CISG)
Alberto L Zuppi