Stetson University

Peter L. Fitzgerald Publications

Professor of Law

B.A., College of William & Mary
J.D. University of California, Hastings College of Law
LL.M., University of Exeter, United Kingdom

Courses:  Contracts,  Advanced Contracts: Commercial Agreements,
International Business Transactions,  
International Animal Law Seminar

Books:

International Issues in Animal Law (Carolina Academic Press 2012)

International Business Transactions: A Problem-Oriented Coursebook
(West, 11th ed., 2012; with Folsom, Gordon, Spanogle, and Van Alstine) 
(West, 10th ed., 2009; 9th ed., 2006; 8th ed., 2005, with Folsom Gordon, and Spanogle)

International Business Transactions: Contracting Across Borders
(West, 2012; with Folsom, Gordon, Spanogle, and Van Alstine)
(West, 2009; with Folsom, Gordon, and Spanogle)

International Business Transactions: Foreign Investment
(West, 2012; with Folsom, Gordon, Spanogle, and Van Alstine)
(West, 2009; with Folsom, Gordon, and Spanogle)

International Business Transactions: Trade and Economic Relations
(West, 2012; with Folsom, Gordon, Spanogle, and Van Alstine)
(West, 2009; with Folsom, Gordon, and Spanogle)

Book Chapters and Articles in Other Works:

Compliance Issues Associated with Targeted Economic Sanctions, in House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee, The Impact of Economic Sanctions, Vol. II: Evidence, Second Report of Session (HL Paper 96-II) at 149 (2007).
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

Drug Kingpins and Blacklists, in Judicial Review Commission on Foreign Assets Control, Final Report to Congress, Appendix E: Written Submissions, 25 (2001).
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

Prevention of Liability for Export Control Violations, Chapter 14, BNA/ACCA Corporate Compliance Manual
(2001, 1998, 1996-1994).

Articles and Commentary:

"Morality" May Not Be Enough to Justify the EU Seal Products Ban:
Animal Welfare Meets International Trade Law,
14 J. Int'l Wildlife Law & Policy 85 (2011).
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

The International Contracting Practices Survey Project,
27 J. Law & Commerce 1 (2008).
[Available in Adobe PDF format. ]

Smarter "Smart" Sanctions,
26 Penn St. Int'l L Rev. 37 (2007).
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

The Cuban-Thistle Crisis: Rethinking U.S. Sanctions,
82 Foreign Service Journal 51 (2005).
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

Constitutional Crisis Over the Proposed Supreme Court for the United Kingdom,
18 Temple Int'l & Comparative L. J. 233 (2004).
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

Managing "Smart Sanctions" Against Terrorism Wisely,
36 New England L. R. 957 (2002).
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

Tightening the Screws: The Economic War Against Terrorism,
66 The National Interest 76 (Winter 2001/2002).
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

Hidden Dangers in the E-Commerce Data Mine:
Governmental Customer and Trading Partner Screening Requirements,
35 Int'l Lawyer 47 (2001).
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

Drug Kingpins and Blacklisting: Compliance Issues with U.S. Economic Sanctions, (Part 1),
4 J. Money Laundering Control 360 (2001).
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

Drug Kingpins and Blacklisting: Compliance Issues with U.S. Economic Sanctions, (Part 2),
5 J. Money Laundering Control 66 (2001).
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

Drug Kingpins and Blacklisting: Compliance Issues with U.S. Economic Sanctions, (Part 3),
5 J. Money Laundering Control 162 (2001).
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

Massachusetts, Burma, and the WTO:
Blacklisting, Federalism, and Internet Advocacy in the Global Trading Era,
34 Cornell Int'l L. J. 1 (2001).
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

"If Property Rights Were Treated Like Human Rights, They Could Never Get Away With This":
Blacklisting and Due Process in U.S. Economic Sanctions Programs,
51 Hast. L.J. 73 (1999).
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

Pierre Goes Online: Blacklisting and Secondary Boycotts in U.S. Trade Policy,
31 Vand. J. Trans. L. 1 (1998).
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

Trade Controls and Economic Sanctions at the End of the Twentieth Century: Another Millennium Bug?,
27 Stetson L.R. 1207 (1998).

An English Bill of Rights? Some Observations from Her Majesty's Former Colonies in America,
70 Geo. L. J. 1229 (1982).
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

Executive Agreements and the Intent Behind the Treaty Power,
2 Hast. Con. L. Q. 757 (1975).

Editorials and Opinion:

What in the World is Marco Rubio Thinking?
The Tampa Tribune, April 25, 2013, at 13.

What does the WTO GATTzilla have against Flipper?
AALS Section of Animal Law Newsletter, December 2012.

Michael Vick Dog Coats Are a Disgrace,
The Citizen's Voice, October 12, 2009.

The NFL's Doggedly Bad Judgment,
The Tampa Tribune, October 5, 2009, at 19.

Washington, Not Tallahassee Should Run U.S. Foreign Policy,
St. Petersburg Times, December 10, 2008, at A10.

Faculty Viewpoint: It's Time to Forget About Cuba and Really Focus on Terrorism,
46 Stetson Lawyer 13 (Fall 2006).

The Cuban-Thistle Crisis: Why the Rest of the World Will Never Understand U.S. Sanctions Policy,
Commentary & Analysis: SanctionsWatch.Com (October 15, 2004).

International Arbitral Decisions:

NAFTA Article 1904 Binational Panel Review: In The Matter Of Oil Country Tubular Goods From Mexico: Final Results Of Antidumping Duty Administrative Review And Determination Not To Revoke, File No. USA-MEX-01-1904-05, Decision of the Panel (Denying Third Remand), January 16, 2007.
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

NAFTA Article 1904 Binational Panel Review: In The Matter Of Oil Country Tubular Goods From Mexico: Final Results Of Antidumping Duty Administrative Review And Determination Not To Revoke, File No. USA-MEX-01-1904-05, Decision of the Panel (Second Remand), August 11, 2006.
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

NAFTA Article 1904 Binational Panel Review: In The Matter Of Oil Country Tubular Goods From Mexico: Final Results Of Antidumping Duty Administrative Review And Determination Not To Revoke, File No. USA-MEX-01-1904-05, Decision of the Panel (First Remand), January 27, 2006.
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

NAFTA Article 1904 Binational Panel Review: In The Matter Of Certain Household Appliances From the United States: Review of the Final Determination of the Commissioner of Customs and Revenue, File No. CDA-USA-2000-1904-03, Decision of the Panel, April 15, 2002.
[Available in Adobe PDF format.]

For an overview of U.S. economic sanctions practices and policy, see also the Judicial Review Commission on Foreign Asset Control, Final Report To Congress (January 2001).

For other articles addressing trade controls and sanctions, see the
Economic Sanctions, Trade Controls, and Foreign Policy Symposium
Issue of the Stetson Law Review, Vol. 27, No.4 (Spring 1998).

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