Blog Posts: Joseph A. Fleishman

Joseph A. Fleishman

The motivations for and mechanics of a “Brexit”

Brits are about to make the most important decision on the UK's sovereignty in four decades: whether to remain in the EU or withdraw in a so-called “Brexit.” Here's how a Brexit would look under Article 50 of the Treaty on the European Union.

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No Comments | Posted by Joseph A. Fleishman on Mon. March 21, 2016 10:21 PM
Categories: European Union, Reports (longer, analytical blog posts), United Kingdom

Commerce Dep't struggles to implement anti-cyberwar regs

A U.S. Commerce Department agency proposed export regulations to meet an international commitment to limit technologies that can be used for cyberattacks. But the agency withdrew the proposal after a barrage of criticism from the tech industry.
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No Comments | Posted by Joseph A. Fleishman on Wed. February 17, 2016 9:52 PM
Categories: Cyberwarfare, Free Trade, Intellectual property, International regulatory coordination, Reports (longer, analytical blog posts), United States

FIFA corruption scandal raises unique issues in extradition law

The FIFA scandal raises novel issues in the law of extradition and in U.S. courts' extraterritorial jurisdiction.
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No Comments | Posted by Joseph A. Fleishman on Sun. January 24, 2016 7:56 AM
Categories: Conflict of Laws, Corruption, Criminal Law, Extradition, Reports (longer, analytical blog posts), United States

Russian Territorial Claim Collides with Convention on the Law of the Sea

While Russia is no longer one of the world’s two preeminent superpowers, its most recent filing with a United Nations commission aims to cement its position as the superpower in the Arctic.


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No Comments | Posted by Joseph A. Fleishman on Fri. September 18, 2015 8:18 AM
Categories: Climate Change, Energy, Natural resources, Russia, Shipping, Territorial disputes

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