Thought-Provoking Media

Written Works and Publications

  1. May the Odds Be in Your Favor.  How A Recent Supreme Court Decision Restricting Penalties Favors Business. Nouvelle L. Gonzalo, Esq. and Yihan Wang, Esq.  Feature Article in the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association Journal.  January of 2014.
  2. Challenges to Expanding A Non-Profit Into Russia.  By Eugene E. Friedman and Nouvelle L. Gonzalo, Esq. Published August 2012 in JDSupra.
  3. Investing in Brazil: A Way to Increase U.S and Ohio Business Profits?  Caroline Blanco, Esq. and Nouvelle L. Gonzalo, Esq. Published August 2011 in JD Supra.
  4. The Dual Power of Spanish National Courts to Enforce and Annul Arbitration Awards When Unjust Clauses are Rendered Void.  Nouvelle L. Gonzalo, Esq. and Calvin Hamilton Esq. Mealy’s International Arbitration Review. Published in the June 2010 Issue.
  5. Regulating Cuba: The Legality of U.S. Sanctions against Cuba in Commercial Transactions. Completed by Nouvelle L. Gonzalo, Esq. at Oxford, University in May of 2008.
  6. Multi-Cultural Approaches to Conflict Resolution. Completed by Nouvelle L. Gonzalo, Esq. at New York University in conjunction with a research grant from the Circumnavigator’s Club in October of 2004.

Contributing Articles

  1. Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement Effects on Digital Trademark and Copyright Piracy. Daniel Bain with contributions from Nouvelle L. Gonzalo, Esq. Published August 2011 in JD Supra.

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