October 29, 2005
Celebrating 25 Years of CISG
The University of Pittsburgh is hosting a conference next week marking the 25th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods. They've lined up a great program, featuring six of their own faculty, Ronald Brand, Vivian Curran, Harry Flechtner, Kenneth Lehn, John E. Murray, Jr., and Mark Walter, along with a raft of international experts, including Volker Behr (Augsburg), Michael Bridge (University College, London), Harold Burman (U.S. State Department), Filip De Ly (Erasmus-Rotterdam), Johan Erauw (Ghent), Franco Ferrari (Verona), Henry Gabriel (Loyola-New Orleans), Alejandro Garro (Columbia), Albert Kritzer (Pace), Joseph Lookofsky (Copenhagen), Ulrich Magnus (Hamburg), Alejandro Osuna (Iberoamericana-Tijuana), Pilar Perales Viscasillas (Carlos III-Madrid), Sandra Saiegh (U.N. Procurement Service), Peter Schlechtriem (Albert Ludwigs-Freiburg), Jernej Sekolec (UNCITRAL), Marco Torsello (Bologna), Michael Van Alstine (Maryland), and Peter Winship (Southern Methodist).
The conference, The CISG and the Business Lawyer: The UNCITRAL Digest as a Contract Drafting Tool, is slated for next Friday and Saturday, November 4-6, at Pitt Law School.
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