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April 15, 2016


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Enrique Guerra Pujol

I have been following this case closely (I even wrote up a moot court problem based on the case that is now before SCOTUS), as I used to teach at the Catholic Univ law school in Ponce, P.R. Thanks for the pointer!

Kim Krawiec

Thanks Enrique -- hopefully their paper will be useful for you.

Dr.Menno Aden, Taubenstrasse 33  in 45289 Essen /Germany

This is great and shows the usefulness of studying comparative law for solving tricky problems.

Dr. iur. Menno Aden

Kim Krawiec

It does indeed! And perhaps specifically the benefit to US lawyers of a knowledge of civil law?

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