Transnational Litigation, Arbitration, and Dispute Resolution

Cigarettes and Public Health at the WTO: The Appeals of the TBT Labeling Disputes Begin

Introduction

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16
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6
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Tania Voon
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Investment Arbitration Panel Upholds Jurisdiction to Hear Mass Bondholder Claims against Argentina

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15
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30
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Karen Halverson Cross
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Australians Get Their First Taste of New Zealand Apples in Ninety Years

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15
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25
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Meredith Kolsky Lewis
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Going It Alone: The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement as a Sole Executive Agreement

Introduction

After years of controversy, a small group of countries, including the United States and European Union member states, announced in December 2010 that they had finalized a new "Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement"[1] ("ACTA"). With the negotiations complete, attention has turned to a question that may at first appear obscure, but is in fact of enormous importance: Can the U.S. President make the agreement on his own, without Congressional approval?

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15
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23
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Oona A. Hathaway and Amy Kapczynski
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The Australian Trade Policy Statement on Investor-State Dispute Settlement

Introduction

On April 12, 2011, the Australian Government released a Trade Policy Statement outlining a series of five principles and six disciplines that will guide Australian trade policy in the future. Having laid out a comprehensive map, the Statement pointedly expresses opposition to investor-state dispute settlement provisions in future Australian trade agreements:

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15
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22
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Jürgen Kurtz
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Orange Juice, Shrimp, and the United States Response to Adverse WTO Rulings on Zeroing

Introduction

Continued rulings in World Trade Organization (WTO) disputes against the United States are having a profound effect on the WTO dispute settlement system, ongoing WTO negotiations, and U.S. anti-dumping law and practice.

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15
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20
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Tania Voon
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Trade Remedies and Non-Market Economies: The WTO Appellate Body's Report in United States—Definitive Antidumping and Countervailing Duties on Certain Products from China

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15
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19
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Wentong Zheng
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The WTO EC - Aircraft Panel and Appellate Body Reports on Subsidies to Airbus

Introduction

The WTO dispute in EC—Aircraft (DS316)[1] has been both lengthy (six years from the first consultations request to the circulation of the Appellate Body report) and complex (in terms of both legal and factual issues). This Insight provides a brief overview of the issues involved in the panel and appellate proceedings.

Factual Background

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15
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18
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Simon Lester
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Four Tribunals Apply ICSID Rule for Early Ouster of Unmeritorious Claims

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15
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10
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John R. Crook
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Suppressing Somali Piracy – Next Steps

Introduction

This Insight reports further efforts to suppress piracy off the coast of Somalia since Agora: Piracy Prosecutions—Countering Piracy off Somalia: International Law and International Institutions was prepared for the July 2010 issue of the American Journal of International Law.[1]

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14
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39
Author: 
J. Ashley Roach
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