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2 Int'l L. News 1 (1973)

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Volume 2. Number I                                                                                                January, ,g97

The Section of International Law has completed publica-
tion of a series of timely articles under the title Current
Legal Aspects of Doing Business With Sino-Soviet Nations.
The lead contribution, by French attorney Samuel Pisar, is
Coexistence and Commerce Between East and West.
Other articles deal with varying aspects of East-West trade,
including a special humorous piece by columnist Art
Buchwald. James T. Height, Los Angeles, is the Editor.
The book may be ordered at $10.00 by letter addressed
to Section of International Law, American Bar Association,
1155 East 60th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637.
Also available at the same $10.00 price from the same
publisher are similar books in this series under the titles
Current Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Europe
(Leonard J. Theberge, Editor) and Current LegalAspects of
Doing Business in the Far East (Richard C. Allison, Editor).
Concerning the August 1972 Annual Meeting Resolution
passed by the Section and by the Association's House of
Delegates urging American cessation of importation of
material from Rhodesia in accordance with United
Nations obligations, and concerning a similar Resolution of
support for the United Nations (also reported in TILN,
October 1972) the following acknowledgment was made by
Senator J. W. Fulbright:

Mr. Kenneth J. Burns, Jr.
Anchor Hocking Corporation
Lancaster, Ohio 43130

September 14, 1972

Dear Mr. Burns:
Thank you for your letter of September 5, 1972,
enclosing copies of two resolutions recently adopted by
the American Bar Association concerning the United
Nations and the question of sanctions against Rhodesia.
The Committee is very glad indeed to have these. For
my part I want to commend the American Bar Assoda-
tion for its forward looking position on these questions.
J. W. Fulbrlght

The Section's Committee on Commercial Treaties, follow-
ing more than a year's study and preoaration, has released a
new loose-leaf material to simplify and provide aid in
location of heretofore somewhat submerged bilateral com-
mercial treaty rights and remedies.
This initial phase of the Commercial Treaty Index covers
the present six member and new entrant Common
Market nations' bilateral commercial treaties with the
United States. The ten treaties presently indexed are those
with Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy,
Luxembourg, Netherland, Norway, and the United King-
Later loose-leaf supplements of indexes of commercial
treaties with the Oriental, Latin American, and other
groups of trading nations will in the future be added to the
index at a moderate price, and existing indexing will be
periodically updated where warranted at actual, nominal
The price of CTI is $7.00.
The Commercial Treaty Index may be ordered by
contacting: Section of International Law, American Bar
Association, 1155 E. 60th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637,
telephone 312-493-0533.
The Section's European Law Committee (I. Arnold Ross,
Chairman) is undertaking this year a study of the insolven-
cy or bankruptcy laws of various Eruopean countries as
they affect foreign firms doing business as a debtor or
creditor. The following Committee members have agreed to
submit papers on the pertinent laws of the countries
shown: Howard 'I. Bachrach (Belgium), Armand Gregoire
(France), Peter Hendenberger (Germany), Gerald P. Lepp
(Great Britain), Ricardo Gori-Montanell and David B.
Botwinik (Italy), Richard D. Graving (Spain), and Jacob
Peter Bryniczka (Sweden).

Copyright 01973 by the American Bar Association

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