Part I: Introduction 1: Petra Butler: Introduction Part II: Substantive Law 2: Petra Butler: Sources of Substantive Contract Law 3: Petra Butler: Fundamental Principles of Contract Law 4: John McMillan: Private international law 5: Petra Butler: CISG 6: Giuditta Cordero-Moss: UNIDROIT 7: Petra Butler: Comparative Contract Law Regimes 8: Paul Michalik: Insurance 9: Victoria Dixon: Financing and payment 10: Susan Corbett: Intellectual Property and International Commercial Contracts 11: Petra Butler: Tax matters 12: Meredith Kolsky-Lewis: Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Duty Issues (includes export and import controls) 13: Meredith Kolsky-Lewis: Export and Import Controls 14: Abiola Makinwa: Criminal Matters 15: Cesar Pereira, Dr Aris Georgopoulos, Christopher R. Yukins: Infrastructure Contracts Part III: Dispute Resolution 16: Laurence Shore, Monique Sasson, and Cesar Pereira: Litigation 17: Michael McIlwrath: International Commercial Mediation 18: Stefan Kroell: International Commercial Arbitration 19: S.I. Strong: Class Actions Part III: Ethics 20: Catherine Rogers: Ethics Part IV: Negotiating and Drafting Petra Butler & Anthony Daimsis: Negotiating and Drafting
Dr Petra Butler is Professor at Victoria University of Wellington and Director of the Institute of Small and Micro States. She has published widely on international commercial law in particular on international commercial contracts, including Schlechtriem and Butler, UN Law on International Sales (2nd edition, Springer, forthcoming). Petra is New Zealand's CLOUT correspondent for the United Nations Convention on the Use of Electronic Communications in International Contracts.