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Shanker A. Singham

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Shanker A. Singham is the Managing Director of The Competitiveness and Enterprise Development Project at Babson Global. Previously he was a partner with Squire Sanders (US) L.L.P. and focused his practice on the areas of antitrust and international trade law including WTO and market access issues. He advised global companies and national governments on antitrust, international antitrust, trade barrier issues, as well as regulatory issues. Mr. Singham is both a US and European competition and trade lawyer and began his career in London with a global law firm. He is chairman of the International Roundtable on Trade and Competition Policy, Inc, a not-for-profit foundation dedicated to ensuring a better understanding of trade and competition issues by governments around the world. He has lectured on competition and trade issues at a number of venues including the London School of Economics, Georgetown University Law Center and other universities throughout the world. He has also taught courses to trade negotiators from around the Western Hemisphere.

Mr. Singham is a member of the Cosmos Club, Achilles Club and Old Pauline Club. He was educated at Balliol College, Oxford (M.A. (Hons)), Guildford College of Law (C.P.E. (with commendation)), and University of Miami (J.D. cum laude, Order of the Coif).

Property Rights and Restitution: The Cuban Context

Property Rights and Restitution: The Cuban Context

The study of restitution was once a major field of activity in U.S. academic circles. As a nation founded firmly on an understanding of the natural gift of property rights, the theory of returning original property to original owners who were deprived of it against their will bears almost a metaphysical power – an owner’s [...]

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