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JILB gives two options for copyright:

I.) Copyright goes to author

We are pleased to publish your article in Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business. We ask that you sign and return one copy of this form, which grants the Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business and its readers certain copying rights with respect to your article. Please keep the other signed copy for your records.

1. Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business (“Journal”) agrees to publish the article entitled “The New Chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code: A Step Toward Erosion of National Sovereignty” (“Article”), written by John Chung (“Author”).

2. Author warrants that the Article has not previously been published in final form, and will not be published in final form, in any medium (whether in whole or in part) until after the Article is first published in final form in Volume 27, Issue 1of the Journal.

3. Author retains the copyright in the Article.

4. In consideration of the Journal’s publication of the Article, Author grants the Journal the exclusive right of first publication of the Article in final form, and each of the following nonexclusive rights: a. the right to reproduce, distribute, transmit, use, and/or display the Article in whole or in part in any medium now known or later developed, including – but not limited to – print, microform, computer, magnetic, optical, and other electronic media; and b. the right to authorize others to reproduce, distribute, transmit, use, and/or display the Article in whole or in part in any medium now known or later developed, including – but not limited to – print, microform, computer, magnetic, optical, and other electronic media.

5. Author hereby agrees to and accepts the Journal’s inclusion of the following or similar notices in the issue in which the Article will be published: “Unless otherwise expressly indicated for a particular article, the author of each article in this issue has acknowledged that it is consistent with fair use, recognized by the United States Copyright Act, to reproduce and distribute multiple copies of articles contained in this issue in whole or in part for classroom use at nonprofit educational institutions, provided that (a) copies are distributed only to students enrolled in the class, (b) students are not charged any fee for the copies other than a per page copying fee set at or below cost to the institution, (c) each copy identifies the article’s author and this Journal on its first page, and (d) each copy bears proper notice of the author’s copyright in the article.”

6. Author grants each of the foregoing rights on a perpetual, world-wide, and royalty-free basis.

7. The Journal agrees that, if the Journal authorizes another party to reproduce, distribute, transmit, and/or display the Article, whether in whole or in part, the Journal will require any subsequent publisher to include Author’s name and proper notice of Author’s copyright on each copy so authorized.

8. Author agrees that, if Author authorizes another to reproduce, distribute, transmit, and/or display the Article, whether in whole or in part, after its first publication by the Journal, Author will require any subsequent publisher to include on each copy so authorized a legend substantially in the form, “First published by Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business, Volume 27, Issue 1.”


Agreed and Accepted:


____________________________ __________________________ Editor-in-Chief, Date Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business


Agreed and Accepted:


____________________________ __________________________ John Chung, author of Date “The New Chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code: A Step Toward Erosion of National Sovereignty”


II.) Copyright goes to JILB

We are pleased to publish your article in Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business. We ask that you sign and return one copy of this form, which grants the Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business and its readers certain copying rights with respect to your article. Please keep the other signed copy for your records.

1. Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business (“Journal”) agrees to publish the article entitled “A Comparison Between U.S. and E.U. Antitrust Treatment of Tying Claims Against Microsoft: When Should the Bundling of Computer Software Be Permitted?” (“Article”), written by James F. Ponsoldt and Christopher David (“Authors”).

2. Authors warrant that the Article has not previously been published in final form, and will not be published in final form, in any medium (whether in whole or in part) until after the Article is first published in final form in Volume 27, Issue 3 of the Journal.

3. Authors hereby assign all rights, title, and interest in and to the copyright in the Article to Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business.

4. In consideration of the Journal’s publication of the Article, Authors grant the Journal the exclusive right of first publication of the Article in final form, and each of the following nonexclusive rights: a. the right to reproduce, distribute, transmit, use, and/or display the Article in whole or in part in any medium now known or later developed, including – but not limited to – print, microform, computer, magnetic, optical, and other electronic media; and b. the right to authorize others to reproduce, distribute, transmit, use, and/or display the Article in whole or in part in any medium now known or later developed, including – but not limited to – print, microform, computer, magnetic, optical, and other and other electronic media.

5. Authors hereby agree to and accept the Journal’s inclusion of the following or similar notices in the issue in which the Article will be published: “Unless otherwise expressly indicated for a particular article, the author of each article in this issue has acknowledged that it is consistent with fair use, recognized by the United States Copyright Act, to reproduce and distribute multiple copies of articles contained in this issue in whole or in part for classroom use at nonprofit educational institutions, provided that (a) copies are distributed only to students enrolled in the class, (b) students are not charged any fee for the copies other than a per page copying fee set at or below cost to the institution, and (c) each copy identifies the article’s author and this Journal on its first page.”

6. Authors grant the foregoing rights on a perpetual, world-wide, and royalty-free basis.

7. The Journal agrees that, if the Journal authorizes another to reproduce, distribute, transmit, and/or display the Article, whether in whole or in part, the Journal will require any subsequent publisher to include Authors’ names on each copy so authorized.

8. Authors agree that, if Authors authorize another to reproduce, distribute, transmit, and/or display the Article, whether in whole or in part, after its first publication by the Journal, Authors will require any subsequent publisher to include on each copy so authorized a legend substantially in the form, “First published by Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business, Volume 27, Issue 3.”


Agreed and Accepted:


____________________________ __________________________ Editor-in-Chief, Date Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business



Agreed and Accepted:


____________________________ __________________________ James F. Ponsoldt, co-author of Date “A Comparison Between U.S. and E.U. Antitrust Treatment of Tying Claims Against Microsoft: When Should the Bundling of Computer Software Be Permitted?”

____________________________ __________________________ Christopher David, co-author of Date “A Comparison Between U.S. and E.U. Antitrust Treatment of Tying Claims Against Microsoft: When Should the Bundling of Computer Software Be Permitted?”


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