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    Capital Markets Law Journal

    Capital Markets Law Journal

     

    2006, Vol.1

    2007, Vol.2

    2008, Vol.3

    2009, Vol.4

    2010, Vol.5

    2011, Vol.6

    2012, Vol.7

    2013, Vol.8

    2015, Vol.10

    2016, Vol.11

    2017, Vol.12


     

    Capital Markets Law Journal, 2006, Vol.1

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Steven L. Schwarcz

    The public responsibility of structured finance lawyers

    No.1

    pp. 6-20

    Simon Firth

    Self- referenced credit derivatives- are they enforceable under English law?

    No.1

    pp. 21-31

    Jim Bartos, Esther Jeapes, Peter King

    Obligations of issuers with full listings- US/ EEA comparative review

    No.1

    pp. 32-53

    Howell E. Jackson, Andreas M. Fleckner, Mark Gurevich

    Foreign trading screens in the United States

    No.1

    pp. 54-76

    Stephen Revell, Edward Cole

    Practical issues arising from the implementation of the Prospectus Directive- what are the equity capital markets worrying about?

    No.1

    pp. 77-88

     

    The implementation of the EU Prospectus Directive a country-by-country analysis

    No.1

    pp. 89-112

    Michael J. T. McMillen

    Islamic capital markets: developments and issues

    No.2

    pp. 136-172

    Robert Pickel

    Evolution and intelligent design: developing the derivatives infrastructure

    No.2

    pp. 173-183

    Pierre-Marie Boury

    Does the European Union need a securities and exchange commission?

    No.2

    pp. 184-194

    Martina Asmar, Chris Macbeth

    Global employee share schemes and the Prospectus Directive

    No.2

    pp. 195-204

    Tim Morris, Julia Machin

    The pan- European capital market- is the Prospectus Directive a success or failure?

    No.2

    pp. 205-212

    Tom Lidstrom, Tim Robinson

    Creating a safe harbour from Gasser- restoring the effectiveness of exclusive jurisdiction clauses in European financial markets transactions

    No.2

    pp. 213-227

    Capital Markets Law Journal, 2007, Vol.2

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Edward F. Greene

    Resolving regulatory conflicts between the capital markets of the United States and Europe

    No.1

    pp. 5-40

    Lachlan Burn

    Only connect- the importance of considering disclosure requirements in the light of their legal consequences

    No.1

    pp. 41-54

    Anthony J. Leitner, James R. McDaniel

    Recent developments in portfolio margining and cross- margining

    No.1

    pp. 55-78

    Kevin Desmond

    Complex financial histories- a problem solved?

    No.1

    pp. 79-87

    Edward F. Greene, Robert Underhill

    Deregistration issues in the US for foreign private issuers

    No.2

    pp. 115-132

    Dorothee Fischer-Appelt

    Implementation of the Transparency Directive- room for variations across the EEA

    No.2

    pp. 133-154

    Joanna Perkins

    Legal certainty and the role of the Financial Markets Law Committee

    No.2

    pp. 155-163

    Royce de R. Barondes, Charles Nyce, Gary C. Sanger

    Underwriters counsel as gatekeeper or turnstile: an empirical analysis of law firm prestige and performance in IPOs

    No.2

    pp. 164-190

    Paul Halpern, Poonam Puri

    "Canada Steps Up"- Task Force to Modernize Securities Legislation in Canada: recommendations and discussion

    No.2

    pp. 191-221

    Sharon Brown-Hruska, Robert S. Zwirb

    Legal clarity and regulatory discretion- exploring the law and economics of insider trading in derivatives markets

    No.3

    pp. 245-259

    Robert Pickel

    Perceptions of fairness: industry action on the use of material non-public information

    No.3

    pp. 260-262

    Lachlan Burn, Boyan Wells

    The pan- European retail market- are we there yet?

    No.3

    pp. 263-280

    Martin Bartlam, Karin Artmann

    Loan only credit default swaps- the story so far

    No.3

    pp. 281-294

    Jan Paul Franx

    Disclosure practices under the EU Prospectus Directive and the role of CESR

    No.3

    pp. 295-305

    Philip R. Wood

    How to compare regulatory regimes

    No.4

    pp. 332-344

    Iain MacNeil

    The evolution of regulatory enforcement action in the UK capital markets: a case of "less is more"?

    No.4

    pp. 345-369

    Hannes Schneider, Hendrik Haag

    Retail cascading in Germany- a model for a revision of the PD?

    No.4

    pp. 370-380

    Eugene R. Erbstoesser, John H. Sturc, John W.F. Chesley

    The FCPA and analogous foreign anti- bribery laws- overview, recent developments, and acquisition due diligence

    No.4

    pp. 381-403

    Guido Ferrarini

    Best execution and competition between trading venues- MiFID s likely impact

    No.4

    pp. 404-413

    Martin Bartlam, Karin Artmann

    Loan only credit default swaps- the new European standard form

    No.4

    pp. 414-426

    Capital Markets Law Journal, 2008, Vol.3

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Rhian Roberts, Chris Staples

    Emissions trading in the European Union

    No.1

    pp. 5-17

    Iain MacNeil

    Private equity: the UK regulatory response

    No.1

    pp. 18-31

    Ignacio Gomez-Sancha Trueba

    Indirect holdings of securities and exercise of shareholder rights (a Spanish perspective)

    No.1

    pp. 32-57

    Gerard McMeel

    Construction of contracts and the role of "entire agreement" clauses

    No.1

    pp. 58-78

    Carl S. Bjerre, Sandra M. Rocks

    A transactional approach to the Hague Securities Convention

    No.2

    pp. 109-125

    Joanna Benjamin, Felicity Maher

    Lessons from Cukurova

    No.2

    pp. 126-138

    Lachlan Burn

    Disclosure in the EEA securities markets- making sense of the puzzle

    No.2

    pp. 139-153

    Abba Kolo, Thomas Walde

    Economic crises, capital transfer restrictions and investor protection under modern investment treaties

    No.2

    pp. 154-185

     

    The implementation of the EU Transparency Obligations Directive- a country- by- country analysis

    No.2, July

    pp. 186-216

    Edward F. Greene, Brian A. Yeager

    Sovereign wealth funds- a measured assessment

    No.3, July

    pp. 247-274

    Damien R. Zoubek, Bradley J. Rosen

    Securities and Exchange Commission amendments to Rule 144- implications for private offerings of high- yield debt securities

    No.3, July

    pp. 275-290

    Douglas W. Arner, Paul Lejot, Lotte Schou-Zibell

    The global credit crisis and securitization in East Asia

    No.3, July

    pp. 291-319

    Look Chan Ho

    UK bank insolvency reform

    No.3, July

    pp. 320-325

    Razeen Sappideen

    Explaining securities markets efficiency

    No.3, July

    pp. 326-342

    Geoff Fuller, Elizabeth Collett

    Structured investment vehicles- the dullest business on the planet?

    No.4, October

    pp. 376-388

    W. Clayton Johnson

    Recent SEC initiatives that should enhance access to the US capital markets by foreign private issuers

    No.4, October

    pp. 389-416

    Philip McBride Johnson

    In defense of "captive" clearing

    No.4, October

    pp. 417-424

    Julia Black

    Forms and paradoxes of principles- based regulation

    No.4, October

    pp. 425-457

    Simon Sinclair, Michele Crisostomo

    Tier one hybrids for credit institutions- is convergence in regulation possible?

    No.4, October

    pp. 458-468

    Jeffrey A. Smith, Matthew Morreale, Michael E. Mariani

    Climate change disclosure: Moving towards a brave new world

    No.4, October

    pp. 469-485

    Michael Brindle

    The Vienna Sales Convention and the financial markets

    No.4, October

    pp. 486-499

    Capital Markets Law Journal, 2009, Vol.4

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Edward F. Greene, Omer S. Oztan

    The attack on national regulation: why we need a global framework for domestic regulation

    No.1, January

    pp. 6-31

    Dorothy Livingston

    The European Union- law, financial institutions and the banking crisis

    No.1, January

    pp. 32-49

    Joanna Gray

    Is it time to highlight the limits of risk- based financial regulation?

    No.1, January

    pp. 50-62

    Harry McVea

    Hedge fund regulation, market discipline and the Hedge FundWorking Group

    No.1, January

    pp. 63-84

    Anna Gelpern, Mitu Gulati

    Innovation after the revolution: foreign sovereign bond contracts since 2003

    No.1, January

    pp. 85-103

    Sharon Brown-Hruska, Shuchi Satwah

    Financial disclosure and SFAS 157: seeking transparency in a perfect storm

    No.2, April

    pp. 133-154

    Jeffrey Oakes, Iain MacNeil

    Capital raising: a transatlantic perspective

    No.2, April

    pp. 155-171

    Tom Siebens, Melissa Gambol

    Who s hiding behind the hedges? Developments in the USA and UK may limit use of total return swaps to conceal equity stakes in public companies

    No.2, April

    pp. 172-178

    Akihiro Wani, Reiko Omachi, Hirofumi Taba

    Investment opportunities for Professional Investors in Japan

    No.2, April

    pp. 179-200

    Emilios Avgouleas

    Banking supervisionandthe special resolution regime of the Banking Act 2009: the unfinished reform

    No.2, April

    pp. 201-235

    Robert M. Chilstrom, David J. Goldschmidt, Yasmeena F. Chaudry

    Rights offerings: a capital raising alternative for US companies in challenging market conditions

    No.3, July

    pp. 272-289

    James D. Small, W. Clayton Johnson, Leslie N. Silverman

    The resurgence of United States at- the- market equity offerings to raise capital in volatile equity markets

    No.3, July

    pp. 290-310

    James Smethurst, Joanna Benjamin

    Restatement of the law relating to client securities

    No.3, July

    pp. 311-322

    Jesper Lau Hansen, David Moalem

    The MAD disclosure regime and the twofold notion of inside information: the available solution

    No.3, July

    pp. 323-340

     

    Regulated covered bonds: a comparative review

    No.3, July

    pp. 341-382

    JiangYu Wang

    Regulatory competition and cooperation between securities markets in HongKong and Mainland China

    No.3, July

    pp. 383-404

    Philip R. Wood

    Legal impact of the financial crisis: a brief list

    No.4, October

    pp. 436-450

    George Walker

    Liquidity risk management- policy conflict and correction

    No.4, October

    pp. 451-461

    Kevin Ingram

    If securitization is dead, why do so many government schemes use it?

    No.4, October

    pp. 462-476

    Thomas M. J. Mollers

    Regulating Credit Rating Agencies: the new US and EU law important steps or much ado about nothing?

    No.4, October

    pp. 477-500

    Stephen Wallenstein

    The roots of the financial crisis

    No. S1

    pp. S8-S30

    Edward F. Greene

    Looking past consensus to implementation: a growing international consensus on the need for capital markets regulatory reform masks tough questions about implementing such reforms

    No. S1

    pp. S31-S53

    Lachlan Burn

    On keeping donkeys in stables: does the market need better governance and control rather than further regulation?

    No. S1

    pp. S54-S68

    Robert G. Pickel

    Navigating the financial crisis: choosing the right path for the derivatives industry

    No. S1

    pp. S69-S78

    Adam W. Glass

    The regulatory drive towards central counterparty clearing of OTC credit derivatives and the necessary limits on this

    No. S1

    pp. S79-S98

    Simon Gleeson

    Macroeconomic regulation: new regulators, new powers

    No. S1

    pp. S99-S111

    Vanessa Blackmore, Esther Jeapes

    The global financial crisis: one global financial regulator or multiple regulators?

    No. S1

    pp. S112-S122

    Guido Ferrarini, Filippo Chiodini

    Regulating cross-border banks in Europe: a comment on the de Larosiere report and a modest proposal

    No. S1

    pp. S123-S140

    Jeffrey B. Golden

    The courts, the financial crisis and systemic risk

    No. S1

    pp. S141-S149

    Capital Markets Law Journal, 2010, Vol.5

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Simon Hill, Tim Beech

    The credit crisis: have trustees lived up to expectations?

    No.1

    pp. 5-20

    Ian Hamilton, John Newton

    PIPE investments inUKlisted companies- an equity capital raising alternative

    No.1

    pp. 21-29

    Philippe Selendy

    Risk- mispricing of structured products under New York law

    No.1

    pp. 30-42

    Boyan Wells, Theo Trayhurn

    The credit crisis: how governments sought to reopen the wholesale markets to financial institutions

    No.1

    pp. 43-62

    Aviv Pichhadze

    The nature of corporate ownership in the USA: the trend towards the Market Oriented Blockholder Model

    No.1

    pp. 63-88

    Edward F. Greene, Knox L. McIlwain, Jennifer T. Scott

    A closer look at too big to fail : national and international approaches to addressing the risks of large, interconnected financial institutions

    No.2

    pp. 117-140

    Lachlan Burn

    KISS, but tell all: short-form disclosure for retail investors

    No.2

    pp. 141-168

    Robert L.D. Colby, Erik R. Sirri

    Consolidation and competition in the US equity markets

    No.1

    pp. 169-196

    Guido Ferrarini, Maria C. Ungureanu

    Executive pay at ailing banks and beyond: a European perspective

    No.2

    pp. 197-217

    Claude Brown, Timothy Cleary

    Impact of the global financial crisis on OTC derivatives in structured debt transactions

    No.2

    pp. 218-235

    John Williams, Vinod Aravind

    Credit default swaps: lessons on the role of private ordering in mitigating systemic risk

    No.3

    pp. 267-277

    Stephen Fletcher, Karen Butler-Libdeh

    Protecting Client Money in the UK- The Lehman Cases

    No.3

    pp. 278-300

    Alan Ewins, Catherine Husted, Juliana Lee, Joyce Woo

    The Lehman Aftermath: Hong Kong and Singapore Regulatory Reforms in the Structured Product MarketsWorld

    No.3

    pp. 301-323

    Zoltan Lengyel

    Public Take- overs in Central and Eastern Europe- Cases and Developments

    No.3

    pp. 324-335

    David Ramos Munoz

    In praise of small things: securitization and governance structure

    No.4

    pp. 363-418

    Iain MacNeil

    Activism and collaboration among shareholders in UK listed companies

    No.4

    pp. 419-438

    Michael McKersie

    The Stewardship Code and the pattern of engagement by institutional shareholders with listed companies

    No.4

    pp. 439-442

    Paul Davies

    Liability for misstatements to the market

    No.4

    pp. 443-451

    Katja Langenbucher

    The use or possession debate revisited- Spector Photo Group and insider trading in Europe

    No.4

    pp. 452-470

    Joseph A. McCahery, Erik P.M. Vermeulen

    Venture capital beyond the financial crisis: how corporate venturing boosts new entrepreneurial clusters (and assists governments in their innovation efforts)

    No.4

    pp. 471-500

    Capital Markets Law Journal, 2011, Vol.6

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Charles Proctor

    The euro- fragmentation and the financial markets

    No.1

    pp. 5-28

    Edward F. Greene

    Dodd- Frank: a lesson in decision avoidance

    No.1

    pp. 29-79

    Janet M. Angstadt

    What will be the legacy of the Flash Crash ? Developments in US equities market regulation

    No.1

    pp. 80-91

    Kingsley T.W. Ong , Eugene Y.C. Yeung

    Repos and securities lending: the accounting arbitrage and their role in the global financial crisis

    No.1

    pp. 92-103

    Jek Aun Long, Danny Tan

    The growth of the private wealth management industry in Singapore and Hong Kong

    No.1

    pp. 104-126

    Richard Grove

    Valuation in the context of derivatives litigation

    No.2

    pp. 149-162

    Stephen J. Choi, Mitu Gulati, Eric A. Posner

    Pricing terms in sovereign debt contracts: a Greek case study with implications for the European crisis resolution mechanism

    No.2

    pp. 163-187

    Philip R. Wood

    Bondholders and banks- why the difference in protections?

    No.2

    pp. 188-196

    Rosa Maria Lastra

    Systemic risk, SIFIs and financial stability

    No.2

    pp. 197-213

    Annamaria Viterbo

    Iceland s capital controls and the constraints imposed by the EEA agreement

    No.2

    pp. 214-237

    Alexey Arakcheev, Viktoria Baklanova, Joseph Tanega

    Islamic money management: a western view

    No.2

    pp. 238-252

    Deborah Zandstra

    The European sovereign debt crisis and its evolving resolution

    No.3

    pp. 285-316

    Lee C. Buchheit, Mitu Gulati

    Drafting a model collective action clause for eurozone sovereign bonds

    No.3

    pp. 317-325

    Angus Duncan, Edmond Curtin, Marco Crosignani

    Alternative regulation: the directive on alternative investment fund managers

    No.3

    pp. 326-363

    Jose Miguel Mendoza

    The untapped potential of alternative markets

    No.3

    pp. 364-395

    Timothy Cleary

    Lehman Brothers and the anti- deprivation principle: current uncertainties and proposals for reform

    No.4

    pp. 411-449

    Sarah Worthington

    Testing the anti- deprivation rule: a response to Lehman brothers and the anti- deprivation principle: current uncertainties and proposals for reform

    No.4

    pp. 450-455

    Christian Hofmann

    Central bank collateral and the Lehman collapse

    No.4

    pp. 456-469

    Martin Bartlam

    The carbon trading market- bold political and financial decisions required

    No.4

    pp. 470-481

    Frank Mausen, Paul Peporte

    Challenges under the Transparency Directive for issuers of debt securities

    No.4

    pp. 482-496

    Capital Markets Law Journal, 2012, Vol.7

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Edward Murray

    Lomas v Firth Rixson: a curate s egg?

    No.1

    pp. 5-17

    Andrew Malcolm

    Offshore renminbi: world denomination?

    No.1

    pp. 18-29

    Nicolette Kost de Sevres, Lorenzo Sasso

    The new European financial markets legal framework: a real improvement? An analysis of financial law and governance in European capital markets from a micro- and macro- economic perspective

    No.1

    pp. 30-54

    Jason Grant Allen

    More than a matter of trust: the German Debt Securities Act 2009 in international perspective

    No.1

    pp. 55-85

    Robert M. Hart, Stephen Wallenstein

    Shareholder rights: an evolving story

    No.2

    pp. 107-121

    Jonathan M. Edwards

    A model lawframework for the resolution of G- SIFIs

    No.2

    pp. 122-150

    Christopher Whiteley

    G20 reforms, hedging and covered bonds

    No.2

    pp. 151-168

    Mitu Gulati, Jeromin Zettelmeyer

    Making a voluntary Greek debt exchange work

    No.2

    pp. 169-183

    David Baragwanath

    How should we resolve disputes in complex international financing transactions?

    No.3

    pp. 204-220

    Jonathan Ross

    The case for P.R.I.M.E. Finance: P.R.I.M.E. Finance cases

    No.3

    pp. 221-270

    Edward F. Greene, Ilona Potiha

    Examining the extraterritorial reach of Dodd- Frank s Volcker rule and margin rules for uncleared swaps- a call for regulatory coordination and cooperation

    No.3

    pp. 271-316

    Carsten Gerner-Beuerle

    United in diversity: maximum versus minimum harmonization in EU securities regulation

    No.3

    pp. 317-342

     

    UK and EU- Section A- Financial Services Action Plan

    No.3

    pp. 343-357

    Joanne P. Braithwaite

    OTC derivatives, the courts and regulatory reform

    No.4

    pp. 364-385

    Danny Busch

    Why MiFID matters to private law- the example of MiFID s impact on an asset manager s civil liability

    No.4

    pp. 386-413

    Niamh Moloney

    Liability of asset managers: a comment

    No.4

    pp. 414-422

    Deborah A. DeMott

    Regulatory techniques and liability regimes for asset managers

    No.4

    pp. 423-431

    David J. Billington, David Toube, Thomas Shortland

    The UK Supreme Court rules on the treatment of client money in the Lehman Brothers Administration

    No.4

    pp. 432-439

    Viktoria Baklanova, Joseph Tanega

    Exchange traded funds: EU and US analysis and recommendations for market development based on information symmetry and arbitrage

    No.4

    pp. 440-454

    Vincent Naveaux, Renaud Graas

    Direct action by investors against a UCITS depositary- a short- lived landmark ruling?

    No.4

    pp. 455-473

     

    UK and EU- Section A- Financial Services Action Plan

    No.4

    pp. 474-489

    Capital Markets Law Journal, 2013, Vol.8

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Edward F. Greene, Elizabeth L. Broomfield

    Promoting risk mitigation, not migration: a comparative analysis of shadow banking reforms by the FSB, USA and EU

    No.1

    pp. 6-53

    Lee C. Buchheit, G. Mitu Gulati

    The Eurozone debt crisis: the options now

    No.1

    pp. 54-61

    Andromachi Georgosouli

    The FCA- PRA coordination scheme and the challenge of policy coherence

    No.1

    pp. 62-76

    Kingsley T. W. Ong, Mark W. H. Hsiao

    From ISDA to NAFMII: insolvency stalemate and PRC bankruptcy jurisprudence

    No.1

    pp. 77-89

    Lars Klohn, Philip Schwarz

    The regulation of proxy advisors

    No.1

    pp. 90-107

    Marke Raines

    The standard of care owed by solicitors in the London structured debt capital markets

    No.1

    pp. 108-116

    W. M. C. Weidemaier

    Sovereign debt after NML v Argentina

    No.2

    pp. 123-131

    Anna Gelpern

    Contract hope and sovereign redemption

    No.2

    pp. 132-148

    Theresa A. Monteleone

    A vulture s gamble: high- stakes interpretation of sovereign debt contracts in NML Capital, Ltd v Republic of Argentina

    No.2

    pp. 149-165

    Arthur W. Hahn, Lisa A. Dunsky, Nathaniel W. Lalone

    The futurization equation

    No.2

    pp. 166-176

    Ernest Lim

    Sponsors prospectus liability in initial public offerings in Hong Kong

    No.2

    pp. 177-204

    Fausto Giacomet

    Is the ordinary treatment of client assets in prime brokerage consistent with the recognition of a trust upon insolvency of the prime broker?

    No.2

    pp. 205-223

    Rebecca Tabb, Joseph Grundfest

    Alternatives to LIBOR

    No.3

    pp. 229-260

    Sara Hanks

    Online capital- raising by small companies in the USA after the JOBS Act compared to the same process in the European Union

    No.3

    pp. 261-282

    Hartmut Krause, Michael Brellochs

    Insider trading and the disclosure of inside information after Geltl v Daimler- A comparative analysis of the ECJ decision in the Geltl v Daimler case with a view to the future European Market Abuse Regulation

    No.3

    pp. 283-299

    Alexander Apostolides

    Beware of German gifts near elections: how Cyprus got here and why it is currently more out than in the Eurozone

    No.3

    pp. 300-318

    Tori Simmons

    The new Greek bonds: more than meets the eye

    No.3

    pp. 319-332

    Edward F. Greene, Ilona Potiha

    Issues in the extraterritorial application of Dodd- Frank s derivatives and clearing rules, the impact on global markets and the inevitability of cross- border and US domestic coordination

    No.4

    pp. 338-394

    Edward Murray

    Lomas v Firth Rixson: As you were!

    No.4

    pp. 395-426

    Tze-Gay Tan, Jeanne Ong

    Cornerstone investors in IPOs- an Asian perspective

    No.4

    pp. 427-449

    Ian Jack, Tom Cassels

    Cyprus: an analysis of the impact of the resolution methodology on stakeholders claims including the emergency liquidity assistance

    No.4

    pp. 450-463

    Capital Markets Law Journal, 2014, Vol.9

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Lachlan Burn

    Pari passu clauses: English law after NML v Argentina

    No.1, January

    pp. 2-9

    Felix Salmon

    The IMF revisits sovereign bankruptcy

    No.1, January

    pp. 10-17

    Joseph Cotterill

    Sovereign pari passu and the litigators of the lost cause

    No.1, January

    pp. 18-25

    Emily D. Johnson

    Will Washington bail out Detroit?

    No.1, January

    pp. 26-39

    Fridrik M. Baldursson, Richard Portes

    Capital controls and the resolution of failed cross-border banks: the case of Iceland

    No.1, January

    pp. 40-54

    Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky, Yuefen Li, Marie Sudreau

    Emerging customary international law in sovereign debt governance?

    No.1, January

    pp. 55-72

    Ignacio Tirado

    At the core of the sovereign crisis in Spain: restructuring subnational debt versus internal bailout

    No.1, January

    pp. 73-99

    Yesha Yadav

    Empty creditors and sovereign debt: what now?

    No.2, April

    pp. 103-120

    Norbert Gaillard

    How and why credit rating agencies missed the Eurozone debt crisis

    No.2, April

    pp. 121-136

    Rene Smits

    Is my money safe at European banks? Reflections on the bail-in provisions in recent EU legal texts

    No.2, April

    pp. 137-156

    Chin Leng Lim

    Foreign sovereign counterparties to Hong Kong contracts

    No.2, April

    pp. 157-176

    Mathias Audit

    Sovereign bonds and national relativism: can New York law contracts safely cross the Atlantic?

    No.2, April

    pp. 177-193

    Andrea Miglionico

    Market failure or regulatory failure? The paradoxical position of credit rating agencies

    No.2, April

    pp. 194-211

    Benjamin Chabot, Mitu Gulati

    Santa Anna and his Black Eagle: the origins of pari passu?

    No.3, July

    pp. 216-241

    Sung Hui Kim

    Pari Passu: The Nazi Gambit

    No.3, July

    pp. 242-250

    Lee C. Buchheit

    A note on contract palaeontology

    No.3, July

    pp. 251-254

    W. Mark C. Weidemaier

    Indiana Jones, contracts originalist

    No.3, July

    pp. 255-258

    Mark L. J. Wright

    Interpreting the pari passu clause in sovereign bond contracts: it is all Hebrew (and Aramaic) to me

    No.3, July

    pp. 259-265

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