Obama, the Ninth Circuit was confronted with the commonly litigated and complex issue of whether a court can imply a waiver of sovereign immunity
absent Congress's express inclusion of the term "United States" in the statutory waiver.
TO understand the Court's double sovereign immunity
Ironically, the Rehnquist Court's revival of state sovereign immunity
might simply have come fifteen years too soon.
The site compares Texas' sovereign immunity
to laws in oppressive regimes like North Korea, Iran and Syria.
This Article will lay out the origins of the doctrine of sovereign immunity
and the preservation of the doctrine in the Constitution.
The passing of a bill impacting sovereign immunity
will have myriad implications but may have the most immediate impact upon Saudi Arabia.
Like most issues, the scope of a waiver of sovereign immunity
differs by jurisdiction.
Rather, rejecting a jus cogens exception to sovereign immunity
And it has become almost the norm to violate the principles of sovereign immunity
and equitable treatment of creditors, evidenced so clearly in the New York court's decision on Argentine debt.
Argentina did not dispute that its sovereign immunity
had been waived in the FAA, but the judgments remained unpaid.
To rigorously evaluate this fundamental claim, we created and analyzed an extensive dataset of foreign sovereign immunity
decisions made by the State Department and the U.
As part of her international practice, Aragon advises foreign government regarding sovereign immunity
matters and the application of federal and state employment laws to their personnel in the U.