Transnational Litigation, Arbitration, and Dispute Resolution

The WTO Outlaws the Privileges of the Chinese Payment Services Giant

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16
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31
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Panagiotis Delimatsis
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Belgium v. Senegal: The International Court of Justice Affirms the Obligation to Prosecute or Extradite Hissène Habré Under the Convention Against Torture

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16
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29
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Cindy Galway Buys
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The WTO Appellate Body Knocks Down U.S. “Dolphin-Safe” Tuna Labels But Leaves a Crack for PPMs

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16
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25
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Elizabeth Trujillo
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The WTO Ruling on U.S. Country of Origin Labeling (“COOL”)

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16
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23
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Joshua Meltzer
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Challenges of Arbitrators in International Disputes: Two Tribunals Reject the “Appearance of Bias” Standard

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16
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20
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Chiara Giorgetti
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The Russian Federation Joins the OECD Convention Against Bribery

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16
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19
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Andy Spalding
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The Airbus—Boeing Subsidy Dispute: With Both Parties in Violation, Is There an End in Sight?

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16
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17
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Simon Lester
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If the Glove or Shoe Fits: Court of International Trade Invokes Totes-Isotoner and Rejects Another Equal Protection Exception for Customs Cases in Rack Room Shoes v. United States

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16
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13
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Claire Kelly
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No More Zeroing?: The United States Changes its Antidumping Policy to Comply with the WTO

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Threatened by trade retaliation against U.S. exports by the European Union ("EU") and Japan, on February 14, 2012, the U.S. Department of Commerce ("DOC") announced a policy change to generally end the practice of "zeroing" in antidumping cases. The DOC had earlier ended zeroing in antidumping investigations; the February 14 policy change covers future administrative reviews of existing antidumping orders, including new shipper reviews, expedited antidumping reviews, and sunset reviews.

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16
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8
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Sungjoon Cho
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The Tuna-Dolphin Encore - WTO Rules on Environmental Labeling

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16
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7
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Elizabeth Trujillo
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