9 Int'l Bus. Law. i (1981)
Table of Contents - Issue 6

handle is hein.journals/ibl9 and id is 23 raw text is: International
Business
Lawyer
Journal of the Section on Business Law
of the International Bar Association
June 1981 Volume 9(vi)
Pages 221-264
ISSN 0309-7676
COVER: MATTHIAS CHURCH, BUDAPEST

Editor
Madeleine May
Editorial Assistant
Susan Collins
Editorial Office
Byron House, 7/9 St James's Street,
London SWIA IEE
The International Business Lawyer is
published eleven times a year in January,
February, March, April, May, June, July/
August, September, October, November
and December as a service to the
members of the Section on Business Law
of the International Bar Association. It is
designed to cover practical problems of
special interest to lawyers concerned
with international business law. Any
lawyer who is eligible to be a member of
a national bar association or law society
and is a Patron or Member of the Inter-
national Bar Association may become a
member of the Section on Business Law.

Contents
Contributed Articles
THE CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY AND THE PERSONAL LIAB-
ILITY OF THE DIRECTOR IN CASES OF CORPORATE INSOL-
VENCY
JAPAN-Koichi Shimojima
BELGIUM-Richard J. Tenko
FRANCE-Paul Lassus
UNITED KINGDOM-Muir Hunter
UNITED STATES-Folger Johnson and William C. Hillman
INTERNATIONAL SALES CONTRACTS-CERTAIN CONSIDERA-
TIONS RELEVANT TO INFLATION AND CURRENCY FLUCTUA-
TIONS-Jonathan A. Levin
THE CARTER FREEZE-Set Off--Francis W. Neate
CHINA RECONSTRUCTS HER LEGAL SYSTEM
USE OF TITLE INSURANCE IN INTERNATIONAL TRANSAC-
TIONS-Hugh A. Brodkey
SECTION NEWS

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