The purpose of this paper is to outline what the author believes will be the top five legal issues relating to globalization and business for the first 50 years of the twenty‐first century.
This is a wrap‐up paper articulating the author's opinion about what she considers to be the top five legal issues that will be face in the first half of the twenty‐first century.
The paper reveals cooperative censorship; intellectual property treaty harmonization domination by developing country interpretations; international tribunal dispute resolution clauses; return of the law merchant; and eminent domain or public utility – the future for dominant search engines/content aggregators as the possible top five legal issues pertaining to businesses and globalization.
The paper presents an interesting prediction of the top five legal issues relating to globalization and business for the first 50 years of the twenty‐first century.
Gayton, C.M. (2008), "The top five – globalization and the law – predictions for the first half of the twenty‐first century", VINE, Vol. 38 No. 4, pp. 398-401. https://doi.org/10.1108/03055720810917651Download as .RIS
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