Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
The UN Compensation Commission : an overview /Carlos Alzamora The lessons of the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal applied to claims against Iraq /Charles N. Brower Establishment of the UN Compensation Commission : the U.S. government perspective /Ronald J. Bettauer Establishment of the UN Compensation Commission : the Kuwaiti government perspective /Adel Omar Asem Dispute resolution or administrative tribunal : a question of due process /Jeremy P. Carver The UNCC and its critics : is Iraq entitled to judicial due process? /John R. Crook Claims settlement and the United Nations legal structure /Frederick L. Kirgis, Jr. The provisional rules for claims procedure of the United Nations Compensation Commission : a practical approach to mass claims processing /Michael F. Raboin Mass claims processing : techniques for processing over 400,000 claims for individual loss at the United Nations Compensation Commission /Christopher S. Gibson The intellectual heritage of claims processing at the United Nations Compensation Commission /Francis E. McGovern Causation and directness of loss as elements of compensability before the United Nations Compensation Commission /Norbert Wühler Toward a foreseeability approach to causation questions at the United Nations Compensation Commission /Arthur W. Rovine & Grant Hanessian Historic analogues of the UN Compensation Commission /David J. Bederman State responsibility and the UN Compensation Commission : compensating victims of crimes of state /Gordon A. Christenson The UNCC and the search for practical justice /David D. Caron.
KZ5009.5.U543 S55 1994
Irvington, N.Y. : Transnational Publishers,