Entries by Giesela Ruehl

Out now: RabelsZ 3/2020

The third 2020 issue of RabelsZ has been released this week. It contains the following articles: Reinhard Zimmermann, Pflichtteil und Noterbenrecht in historisch-vergleichender Perspektive (Compulsory Portion and Forced Heirship in Historical and Comparative Perspective), pp. 465–547  Read more…

Equality of the parties in investment arbitration – public international law aspects

Written by Silja Vöneky, University of Freiburg Note: This blogpost is part of a series on „Corporate social responsibility and international law“ that presents the main findings of the contributions published in August Reinisch, Stephan Hobe, Eva-Maria Kieninger & Anne Peters (eds), Unternehmensverantwortung und Internationales Recht, C.F. Müller, 2020. I. Introduction 1. The question of […]

Equality of the parties in investment arbitration – private international law aspects

Written by Stefan Huber, University of Tübingen Note: This blogpost is part of a series on „Corporate social responsibility and international law“ that presents the main findings of the contributions published in August Reinisch, Stephan Hobe, Eva-Maria Kieninger & Anne Peters (eds), Unternehmensverantwortung und Internationales Recht, C.F. Müller, 2020. 1. In investor-state arbitration, one has […]

Public international law requirements for the effective enforcement of human rights

Written by Peter Hilpold, University of Innsbruck Note: This blogpost is part of a series on „Corporate social responsibility and international law“ that presents the main findings of the contributions published in August Reinisch, Stephan Hobe, Eva-Maria Kieninger & Anne Peters (eds), Unternehmensverantwortung und Internationales Recht, C.F. Müller, 2020. 1. The UN Guiding Principles on […]

Private international law requirements for the effective enforcement of human rights

Written by Tanja Domej, University of Zurich Note: This blogpost is part of a series on „Corporate social responsibility and international law“ that presents the main findings of the contributions published in August Reinisch, Stephan Hobe, Eva-Maria Kieninger & Anne Peters (eds), Unternehmensverantwortung und Internationales Recht, C.F. Müller, 2020. 1. It is essential for the […]

Corporate responsibility in (public) international law

Written by Oliver Dörr, University of Osnabrück Note: This blogpost is part of a series on „Corporate social responsibility and international law“ that presents the main findings of the contributions published in August Reinisch, Stephan Hobe, Eva-Maria Kieninger & Anne Peters (eds), Unternehmensverantwortung und Internationales Recht, C.F. Müller, 2020. I. Companies – responsibility 1. As […]

Corporate responsibility and private (international) law

Written by Giesela Rühl, University of Jena/Humboldt-University of Berlin Note: This blogpost is part of a series on „Corporate social responsibility and international law“ that presents the main findings of all contributions published in August Reinisch, Stephan Hobe, Eva-Maria Kieninger & Anne Peters (eds), Unternehmensverantwortung und Internationales Recht, C.F. Müller, 2020. 1. Corporate social responsibility […]

Jurisdiction unbound: extraterritorial measures to ensure corporate responsibility

Written by Nico Krisch, Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies, Geneva Note: This blogpost is part of a series on „Corporate social responsibility and international law“ that presents the main findings of all contributions published in August Reinisch, Stephan Hobe, Eva-Maria Kieninger & Anne Peters (eds), Unternehmensverantwortung und Internationales Recht, C.F. Müller, 2020. 1. […]