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This volume includes the following articles and cases comments

Bashayer Al-Mukhaizeem
The Dilemma of Indirect Expropriation of Host States and the Right to
Regulate in the International Investment Sphere

Mathilde Formet
Should Women Be Paid to Provide Eggs for Research or Reproduction?

Divya Jalan
Trans Gender Justice: Critical Reflections on the Conceptual Limitations
of English Law, Implementation of the Law, and the Relationship with
Social Progress

Charlotte Kouo
Post-Prest Corporate Group Veil Piercing: Alternative Avenues to Justice

James Mitchell
Retention of Title Clauses: A Key to the Romalpa Maze

Saquib Rahman
Why Blurring is a Conceptually Difficult Area of Trademark Law
Christopher Busst
Haile v London Borough of Waltham Forest [2015]

Stefanos Xenofontos
Recent Developments in the Extraterritorial Scope of Application of the
ECHR in the Aftermath of Jaloud v The Netherlands [2014]