April 4 Fourth Annual Law Student Reception

Fourth Annual Reception for Law Students Our special guests will be students from Washington law schools who have expressed an interest in international law and practice. Don’t miss this opportunity to network with students, fellow section members, and others in a friendly and relaxing atmosphere. Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be served. WhenWednesday – April…

April 4 Fourth Annual Law Student Reception

Fourth Annual Reception for Law Students Our special guests will be students from Washington law schools who have expressed an interest in international law and practice. Don’t miss this opportunity to network with students, fellow section members, and others in a friendly and relaxing atmosphere. Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be served. WhenWednesday – April…

March 22, 2007 SHOW ME THE MONEY, Part I CLE

WSBA International Practice Section2007 Midday CLE SeriesSHOW ME THE MONEY: INTERNATIONAL FUNDS TRANSFERS & OFAC EMBARGOES, ANTI-BOYCOTT RULES, AND INTERNATIONAL PAYMENTS Thursday, March 22, 2007: Thomas Taylor—Senior Vice President and Manager, Overseas Banking Division, U.S. Bank Nelson Dong—Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP Dear Members and Colleagues: We are pleased to extend to you an invitation…

March 22, 2007 SHOW ME THE MONEY, Part I CLE

WSBA International Practice Section2007 Midday CLE SeriesSHOW ME THE MONEY: INTERNATIONAL FUNDS TRANSFERS & OFAC EMBARGOES, ANTI-BOYCOTT RULES, AND INTERNATIONAL PAYMENTS Thursday, March 22, 2007: Thomas Taylor—Senior Vice President and Manager, Overseas Banking Division, U.S. Bank Nelson Dong—Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP Dear Members and Colleagues: We are pleased to extend to you an invitation…

ARCHIVED Winter 2006-2007 E-Newsletter (vol. 2, no.1)

In this issue: Welcome From The Section Chair…………………………………………PAGE 1 The Israeli Legal System – A Mixed Jurisdiction of its Own~ Dana Raigrodski…………………………………………PAGE 2 Treaty Talk: “International” Copyright Protection Through the Berne Convention~Benjamin A. Keim, Student Liaison Correspondent, Third-Year Law Student, University of Washington School of Law…………………………………………PAGE 4 EU-China Leather Shoe Antidumping Dispute: An Impetus for…

ARCHIVED Winter 2006-2007 E-Newsletter (vol. 2, no.1)

In this issue: Welcome From The Section Chair…………………………………………PAGE 1 The Israeli Legal System – A Mixed Jurisdiction of its Own~ Dana Raigrodski…………………………………………PAGE 2 Treaty Talk: “International” Copyright Protection Through the Berne Convention~Benjamin A. Keim, Student Liaison Correspondent, Third-Year Law Student, University of Washington School of Law…………………………………………PAGE 4 EU-China Leather Shoe Antidumping Dispute: An Impetus for…

Latest CLE a Success!

When Antitrust Meets IPRs: Comparing EU and US Experiences When a dominant firm excludes others from the market on the basis of its Intellectual Property Rights, both intellectual property and antitrustissues arise. This can occur even in the course of ordinary Intellectual Property Rights licensing. Photograph by Tracy Heims Over the lunch hour on February…

Latest CLE a Success!

When Antitrust Meets IPRs: Comparing EU and US Experiences When a dominant firm excludes others from the market on the basis of its Intellectual Property Rights, both intellectual property and antitrustissues arise. This can occur even in the course of ordinary Intellectual Property Rights licensing. Photograph by Tracy Heims Over the lunch hour on February…

March 15 Vancouver, BC Reception

You Are Invited to a Joint ReceptionBetween the Canadian Bar Association of British Columbia International Law Section and the Washington State Bar Association International Practice Section Date: Thursday, March 15, 2007 Time: 5:00 p.m. Location: Law Courts Inn, Vancouver, B.C., CANADA Speaker: Mr. Justice Edward Chiasson of the British Columbia Court of Appeal Topic: British…

ARCHIVED June 2005 E-Newsletter (vol.1, no.2)

In this issue:Welcome From The Editor-In-Chief……………………………………………PAGE 1 Treaty Talk: How Zealand’s Foreshore And Seabed Act Proves That The Treaty of Waitangi Ain’t Worth A Grain of Sea Salt~ Jacqueline Pruner, Third-Year Law Student, University of Washington School of Law……………………………………………PAGE 2 Emerging Industries Through Europe’s Carbon Mitigation Programs~ Alan Trunkey, Section Member……………………………………………PAGE 3 Professional Responsibility Challenges…