Vindobona Journal Volume 25.2

We are thrilled to announce that Volume 25 Issue 2 of the Vindobona Journal has been published. This issue comprises two academic articles as well as six case translations and a commentary on contemporary legal issues surrounding international commercial law and arbitration:

1) Camilla Baasch Andersen, Kun Fan, Qiao Liu, Ulrich G Schroeter & Lisa Toohey: “Incorporation by Reference of General Terms and Conditions into a CISG Contract: The Experts Debate”

2) Shengming Zhang, Anna Isfort & Yuyang Wang: “Filling the Gap: Security for Costs in Chinese Arbitration Law”

3) Raoul Sievers: “Case Translation and Commentary: German Federal Court of Justice, Judgment of 26 November 2020 – I ZR 245/19 (Ground Mace Case)”

4) Jie Ouyang: “Case Translation: Chinese Supreme Court, Decision of 29 September 2019, Tsuwa Club Ltd. v CECEP (Tianjin) Investment Group Co., Ltd.

5) Tom J Vennmanns: “Case Translation: District Court ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Decision of 26 January 2011, Heras Mobile Fencing & Security v Kurt Leirich Mietservice (CISG-online 5324)”

6) Omnia Taher Gadalla: “Case Translation: Egyptian Supreme Court, Decision of 23 June 2020, AWB v General Company for Silos and Storage (CISG-online 5708)”

7) Galo Márquez Ruiz: “Case Translation: 4th Civil Court of First Instance, City of Tijuana, State of Baja California, Mexico, Decision of 3 September 2010, Metals Case (CISG-online 3851)”

8) Igor Georg Bechtlufft: “Case Translation: Spanish Supreme Court, Decision of 17 February 1998, Sociedad Cooperativa Epis-Centre v La Palentina, S.A (CISG-online 1333)”

Sounds interesting? To read the Vindobona Journal, you can either access it online via the premium MAA membership, or subscribe to receive it as a hard copy by emailing [email protected].

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