Towards Uniformity

The 2nd Annual MAA Schlechtriem CISG Conference

Edited by: Lisa Spagnolo, Ingeborg Schwenzer

This book contains updated papers from the 2nd Annual MAA (Moot Alumni Association) Peter Schlechtriem CISG Conference which was held in March 2010. The contributors cover a variety of topics related to the UN Convention on the Sales of Goods (CISG), ranging from empirical research to issues of uniformity. The subjects discussed include the global acceptance of the CISG, CISG arbitration, legal education on CISG, CISG and electronic communication, the applicability of CISG, and the role of CISG in Asia. Table of Contents: New Challenges for the Uniformisation of Laws: How the CISG Is Challenged by "Asian Values" and Islamic Law * The Application and Use of the CISG in South Korea * Yin & Yang: A Comparison of Monetary Remedies in International Investment and Transnational Commercial Disputes * Incorporation of Standard Terms under the CISG and Electronic Communication * The Reach of the CISG in China: Declarations and Applicability to Hong Kong and Macao * Teaching the CISG at UK Universities: An Empirical Study of Frequency and Method of Introducing the CISG to UK Students in the Light of the Desirability of the Adoption of the CISG by the UK * Global Sales Law: Theory and Practice * The Diversity of Favor Contractus: The Impact of the CISG on Japan's Civil Code and Its Reform * Iura Novit Curia and the CISG: Resolution of the Faux Procedural Black Hole * Japan after Acceding to the CISG: Should We Consider Ratifying the Limitation Convention Next? * Hong Kong's Adoption of the CISG: Why Do We Need It Now? * Facilitating Regional Economic Integration: ASEAN, ATIGA, and the CISG

270 pages

Publication Date: 6/15/2011
Format: Cloth
ISBN: 9789490947101