You may already have this aging resource, but the ASIL's 1998 Iran-United States Claims Tribunal publication (Transnational) Ch 4 & 5 deal with the subject matter you mention. Bill -----Original Message----- From: Ursula Kriebaum [mailto:[log in to unmask]] Sent: Wed 5/17/2006 7:36 AM To: [log in to unmask] Cc: Subject: [Int-Law] AW: INT-LAW IUSCTR Jurisprudence Dear colleagues, The Iran-US Claims Tribunal has jurisdiction with regard to expropriation but also with regard to "other measures affecting property rights". This defines the subject matter jurisdiction rather than establishing a substantive cause of action. I am looking for cases where the Iran-US Claims Tribunal addressed the issue of a substantive cause of action with regard to "other measures affecting property rights" in Article II, paragraph 1 of the CSD. Many thanks for your help, With best regards, Ursula Kriebaum Dr. Ursula Kriebaum Assistant Professor of International Law Department of International Law and International Relations University Vienna Universitätsstraße 2 A-1090 Vienna, Austria phone: +43/1/4277-353-08 fax:+43/1/4277-93-53 e-mail: [log in to unmask] [log in to unmask]: Use this address for postings and replies - Email text body 'SIGNOFF int-law' to: [log in to unmask] **DISCLAIMER: The opinions expressed on this list are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of CIESIN, its staff, or CIESIN's sponsors.