American International Law Cases, Fourth Series: 2012

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American International Law Cases is an annual case law reporter that provides the full text of U.S. court opinions involving international law issues. The courts covered include all U.S. federal district courts and bankruptcy courts, federal appellate courts, and the U.S. Supreme Court, aswell as the U.S. Court of International Trade, other federal specialty courts, and state courts that have decided notable cases. The 2012 edition includes cases of particular significance covering topics such as the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA), habeas corpus, the Torture VictimProtection Act (TVPA), the Convention Against Torture, designation of entities as foreign terrorist organizations, material support for terrorism as a war crime, international arbitration, treaty interpretation, constitutionality of U.S. treaty implementation legislation, head of state immunity, theHague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, cross-border insolvency, deportation of undocumented immigrants, and both the act of state doctrine and the political question doctrine.Each edition of AILC also includes an introductory note that reviews the major developments in international law for the given year and explains to readers how to use the volumes, and a subject index to allow for targeted research. The 2012 edition contains 10 volumes with over 200 cases.Included in the 2012 edition are the following key cases:* Holder v. Martinez Gutierrez (S. Ct.)* Kawashima v. Holder (S. Ct.)* Vartelas v. Holder (S. Ct.)* Arizona v. United States (S. Ct.)* Golan v. Holder (S. Ct.)* Mohamad v. Palestinian Authority (S. Ct.)* Zivotofsky ex rel. Zivotofsky v. Clinton (S. Ct.)* Hamdan v. United States (D.C. Cir.)* In re People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (D.C. Cir.)* Obaydullah v. Obama (D.C. Cir.)* Republic of Argentina v. BG Group PLC (D.C. Cir.)* Konowaloff v. Metropolitan Museum of Art (2d Cir.)* Lozano v. Alvarez (2d Cir.)* United States v. Bond (3d Cir.)* Al Shimari v. CACI Int'l, Inc. (4th Cir.)* ESAB Group, Inc. v. Zurich Insurance PLC (4th Cir.)* Yousuf v. Samantar (4th Cir.)* Larbie v. Larbie (5th Cir.)* Trinidad y Garcia v. Thomas (9th Cir.)* Meza v. U.S. Att'y Gen (11th Cir.)

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American International Law Cases is an annual case law reporter that provides the full text of U.S. court opinions involving international law issues. The courts covered include all U.S. federal district courts and bankruptcy courts, federal appellate courts, and the U.S. Supreme Court, aswell as the U.S. Court of International Trade, ...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:4200 pages, 10 × 7 × 0.98 inPublished:April 25, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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I. INTERNATIONAL LAW IN GENERAL1. C.I.L. (Customary International Law)2. The Charming Betsy Principle3. Jus Cogens4. The Foreign Commerce Clause5. The Protective PrincipleII. TERRITORIES, TRUSTEESHIPS, BOUNDARIES and NAVIGABLE WATERS1. Navigable Waters and VesselsA. Marine Torts and CrimesB. Death on the High Seas by Wrongful ActC. Marine Boundaries and Vessel Identification and CertificationD. Cargo, Salvaging, and Other Property-Based Marine DisputesIII. PROCEDURE1. JurisdictionA. In Personam, over Persons and CorporationsB. ExtraterritorialityC. Forum Selection ClausesD. Removal and RemandE. Subject MatterF. In Rem2. Forum Non Conveniens3. Choice of Law/Conflict of Laws4. Discovery5. Court of International Trade6. Foreign ProceedingsA. Judgment Enforcement and ArbitrationB. Parallel ProceedingsC. DiscoveryE. Letters Rogatory7. Service of Process8. Exceptions and LimitationsA. Foreign Sovereign Immunities Acti. FSIA in Generalii. Terrorism Exceptioniii. National Defense Authorization Activ. Commercial ExceptionB. Act of State DoctrineC. U.S. Sovereign ImmunityD. Foreign Corrupt Practices ActE. Alien Tort Statute (ATS) / Alien Tort Claims Act (ATCA)F. Political Question DoctrineG. Federal Tort Claims ActH. Foreign Affairs DoctrineI. Statutes of Limitation/Time-Barred ClaimsJ. The Vienna Convention on Consular RelationsK. ComityL. Foreign Sovereign Compulsion Defense9. Class Actions10. Head of State Immunity11. Exhaustion of Remedies12. Venue13. SubpoenasIV. DIPLOMACY and DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITYV. TREATIES and AGREEMENTS1. Conclusion and Operation: When in Force2. Interpretation3. Multilateral ConventionsA. The Hague Convention on Civil RemediesB. The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of Int'l Child AbductionC. The Geneva ConventionsD. The Montreal ProtocolE. United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities4. Bilateral Tax TreatiesVI. ALIENS1. Status and RightsA. Status Determination ProcedureB. Due Process Rights2. DeportationA. ProcedureB. AsylumC. FraudD. Criminal ActivitiesE. VisasF. Seasonal Agricultural WorkersG. Extreme HardshipH. Temporary ResidenceI. DetentionJ. PersecutionK. Credibility DeterminationsL. National Security Exception3. Extradition4. Aiding and Transporting Illegal Aliens5. Habeas Corpus6. Eminent Domain7. Convention Against Torture8. Illegal Entry9. Discrimination10. Border EntryVII. INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS1. U.N.2. International CourtsA. ICJB. ICCVIII. WAR, BELLIGERENCY and NEUTRALITY1. In General2. War Crimes3. TerrorismA. Terrorism in GeneralB. The Patriot ActC. Financial SupportD. Detention, Investigation, and Prosecution of Suspected Terrorists4. Trading with the Enemy5. War Powers and National Security6. War Damages7. TortureA. Torture Victim Protection ActB. Convention Against TortureC. Basis for Procedural Relief8. Crimes against Humanity9. State Secrets10. Genocide11. Foreign Relations and Executive Power12. Qualified Immunity for U.S. Government EmployeesIX. INTERNATIONAL TRADE1. RegulationsA. Customs, Duties, and Tariffs/NAFTA and GATTB. Anti-Dumping and Countervailing DutiesC. Trademarks, Copyrights, PatentsD. ProcedureE. International Trade in General2. Business and FinanceA. Business and Finance in GeneralB. Banking and BankruptcyC. TaxationD. International Securities and CommoditiesE. White Collar CrimeF. Agency, Employment, and LaborG. Sanctions, Attachment, and Seizure of Gov't and Private AssetsH. Travel BansI. IEEPAJ. Property DisputesK. ContractsL. Corporate TortsM. Corporate Criminal Acts and Liability3. Transportation CarriersA. Shippingi. Shipping in Generalii. Laboriii. Carriage of Goods by Sea AcB. Montreal ConventionC. Commercial Air TransportX. CUSTOMS1. Customs in General2. Currency Smuggling3. Illegal Drug Importation and InterdictionA. In GeneralB. Importation ConspiracyC. Interdiction on the Seas and BordersXI. ENVIRONMENTAL LAW1. Fishing Regulation and Protection2. Marine Mammal Protection3. Endangered Species Protection4. Hazardous Waste and Nuclear Material: Transportation and Destruction5. Environmental Tort6. Water Transfer7. Criminal Acts8. Regulatory Violations9. Montreal ProtocolXII. INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONSXIII. HUMAN RIGHTS1. Death Penalty2. ICCPR3. UDHR4. Religious Freedom5. Human Trafficking and Forced Labor6. Human Rights GenerallyXIV. CRIMINAL LAW1. Money Laundering2. Asset Forfeiture3. Maritime Drug Law Enforcement Act (MDLEA)4. Procedure5. Passport Fraud6. Kidnapping7. Extradition8. Border Searches9. Sex Trade10. WeaponsXV. ARBITRATION1. Arbitration in General2. The New York ConventionXVI. FAMILY LAW2. Child Custody1. Marital Relations