Professor De Amicis teaches at Georgetown Law and is on the faculty at the International Law Institute, Washington DC.
He serves on international tribunals of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and Inter-American Development Bank on matters relating to fraud and corruption, and is involved in international dispute resolution.
He also is a senior advisor with Transnational Strategy Group, LLP where he advises businesses and governments on investment, finance and trade matters
The Module “International Business Transactions”, is envisioned as the field of private business transactions that are international in character and that are governed by a blend of international private law and the private law aspects of public international law.
International business transactions is a subject that, despite its practical usefulness and theoretical attractiveness, often falls betwixt and between.
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