The Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology (JICLT) was a peer-reviewed free open-access scholarly journal that ran between 2006-2015. The journal was dedicated to furthering the understanding of international commercial law and technology. It was published by the International Association of IT Lawyers (IAITL). The journal used a quarterly publication online format. By publishing online, a scholar’s research is made available more quickly and is available to those who do not have access to a well stocked research library. Submitted articles were reviewed anonymously and are subjected to a rigorous editorial process. The journal aimed to stimulate research and become a major publication which provided an opportunity for academics, practitioners and consultants from different backgrounds to discuss the significant legal developments in commercial law and diverse aspects of information technology.
Vol 10, No 1 (2015)
Table of Contents
|Business Identity Theft under the UDRP and the ACPA: Is bad faith always bad for business advertising?|
|The brewing tug-of war between South Africa's Chapter 9 Institutions: The Public Protector vs the Independent Electoral Commission|
|Thai and Australian Foreign Business Law and the Impact of the Thailand Australia FTA|
|Nucharee Nuchkoom Smith||22-32|
|The Indonesian Trade Law of 2014: The Provision on the Annulment of International Trade Agreement|
|Some Legal Aspects of Cloud Computing Contracts|
|Carlos Alberto Rohrmann||37-45|
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JICLT is a member of the Directory of Open-Access Journals (www.doaj.org). ISSN: 1901-8401.