Weekend Roundup: June 29-July 5, 2013
This week on Opinio Juris, Kevin posted how there will be no golden arches in the West Bank, kept track of the latest episode of Crossing Lines, and wondered about the anonymity of an ICTY witness whose name was made public by the ICTY.
Ken turned the spotlight back to the Chevron/Ecuador dispute. A Washington Post profile on the dispute led him to inquire about third-party litigation finance. He also pointed to Julian’s WSJ op-ed, with George Conway, on Chevron’s legal offensive.
Julian has been busy, he also posted an abstract of his paper on the lack of enforcement of ICSID rewards in China.
Peter marked Independence Day with a post on paths away from citizenship used by expat Americans burdened by FATCA filings.
Finally, a technical glitch is plaguing our e-mail updates, but we hope to have it resolved soon.
Have a nice weekend!