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Barcellos Tucunduva Advogados Sao Paulo Brazil
Barton LLP New York New York
Broedermann Jahn Hamburg Germany
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton Mexico City Mexico
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton Reynosa Mexico
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton Matamoros Mexico
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton San Pedro Garza Garcia Mexico
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton Queretaro Mexico
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton Ciudad Juarez Mexico
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton Tijuana Mexico
Cacheaux, Cavazos & Newton Guadalajara Mexico
Danailov, Drenski, Nedelchev & Co./Lex Locus Sofia Bulgaria
Dr. Fruhbeck Abogados Madrid Spain
Dr. Fruhbeck Abogados Havana Cuba
FDL, Studio Legale e Tributario Milan Italy
Fusthy & Manyai Law Office Budapest Hungary
Ganfer & Shore, LLP New York New York
Giwa-Osagie & Company Ikoyi Nigeria
Greenberg Glusker Los Angeles California
Hanol Law Offices Seoul South Korea
Kohner, Mann & Kailas, S.C. Milwaukee Wisconsin
Krevolin & Horst, LLC Atlanta Georgia
MME Legal | Tax | Compliance Zurich Switzerland
Pinilla Gonzalez & Prieto Abogados Bogota Colombia
Prince Yeates Salt Lake City Utah
Quijano & Associates Road Town, Tortola British Virgin Islands
Quijano & Associates Belize District Belize
Quijano & Associates Panama City Panama
Russell Advocaten B.V. Amsterdam Netherlands
S Eshwar Consultants | House of Corporate & IPR Laws Chennai India
Timmins LLC Denver Colorado
Vatier & Associes Paris France
WINHELLER Attorneys at Law & Tax Advisors Frankfurt am Main Germany

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International Law

The area of international law pertains to the regulations and laws established as a result international customs, treaties, or legislation which focus to protect and enforce the legal rights and responsibilities of sovereign nations. International law emphasizes specific matters of multi-lateral agreements, international commissions which seek to regulate certain global issues, and the procedures and precedents as set by the International Court of Justice.

There is no specific body of law which governs the relations of all nations. Public international law deals with rights between several nations or nations and the citizens or subjects of other nations. In contrast, private international law deals with controversies between private persons, arising out of situations having significant relationship to more than one nation.

International law includes the basic, classic concepts of law in national legal systems and includes substantive law, procedure, process and remedies. Conventional international law derives from international agreements and may take any form that the contracting parties agree upon. Agreements may be made in respect to any matter except to the extent that the agreement conflicts with the rules of international law incorporating basic standards of international conduct or the obligations of a member state under the Charter of the United Nations. The United Nations, is the most influential international organization, and was created on June 26, 1945. The declared purposes of United Nations are to maintain peace and security, to develop friendly relations among nations, to achieve international cooperation in solving international problems, and to be a center for harmonizing the actions of the nations and attaining their common ends. The Charter of the United Nations has been adhered to by virtually all states. Even the few remaining non-member states have adhered tp the principles it established. The International Court of Justice is established by the UN Charter as its principal judicial organ.

Customary law and law made by by international agreement have the same authority as international law. International law is a part of the law only applies in the United States on questions of international rights and duties. It does not restrict the United States or any other nation from making laws governing its own territory. States individually are without authority to conduct foreign relations on their own. International law only applies to nationals of the nations which are parties to the governing agreements.