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Trade & Manufacturing - News of Note - November 2014

United States Announces Settlements Of WTO Disputes With Brazil and Indonesia - In October, the United States settled two long-running disputes at the World Trade Organization (WTO) – one with Brazil over cotton...more

Business and Commercial Litigation Newsletter – #43

We are pleased to present the 43rd edition of the Bernstein Shur Business and Commercial Litigation Newsletter. This month, we highlight recent cases that address whistleblower protections under the Dodd-Frank Act, trade...more

International Arbitration News - Q3 2013

US SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS FREEDOM OF CONTRACT PRINCIPLE IN ANTITRUST CLASS ARBITRATION - In the recent case of American Express co. et. al. v. Italian Colors Restaurant et al., the US Supreme Court addressed the validity...more

IP Update, Vol. 16, No. 7, July 2013

“Reverse Payment” Settlements Face Greater Antitrust Scrutiny Following U.S. Supreme Court Ruling in FTC v. Actavis: Federal Trade Commission v. Actavis, Inc. - Resolving a split among the U.S. Courts of Appeals, the...more

"U.S. Challenges China’s Automobile and Auto Parts Export Policies at the WTO While Leaving the Door Open for Additional Trade...

The United States has filed a request for consultations at the World Trade Organization (WTO) challenging China’s export policies for automobiles and auto parts. A request for consultations is the first step in the dispute...more

Pleading Extraterritorial Claims in New York in Light of Global Re v. Equitas

Courts have long grappled with how to apply state and federal laws to disputes that arise entirely outside U.S. borders, sometimes concluding that such laws should not be applied extraterritorially at all. Earlier this year,...more

Doing Business in Canada: Procurement Law

Outside of the province of Québec, procurement law in Canada derives from both a prolific body of common law and a broad range of provincial and federal statutes. Regardless of the province, federal government procurement...more

Argentine Protectionism

On August 21, 2012, the United States and Japan both initiated complaints against Argentina at the WTO because of Argentina’s use of trade protectionist measures. The two complainant nations took particular exception to...more

Energy Newsletter - October 2012

In This Issue: - DISPUTE RESOLUTION: International Arbitration: Extra Heavy Crude Oil: An Increased Potential for International Disputes by Louis-Alexis Bret - International Arbitration: Second Circuit Clarifies...more

Energy Newsletter - June 2012

In This Issue: - DISPUTE RESOLUTION: International Arbitration Tips for Arbitration Agreements in International Energy Contracts - REGULATORY: - D.C. Regulatory: Courts Reject Post-Deepwater Horizon...more

Draft Amendment to China's Copyright Law

The Copyright Law of the People’s Republic of China (“Copyright Law”) came into effect on June 1, 1991, and has since been followed by two rounds of revisions. The first round of revisions was in order to accommodate China’s...more

"Important New U.S. Appellate Decisions for Corporations Claiming Against Foreign States for Asset Expropriation"

The United States has signed approximately 41 Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs), 12 Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) and 20 Friendship, Commerce and Navigation treaties (FCNs) with foreign governments, each providing...more

Antitrust and Competition Newsletter - March 2012

In This Issue: What’s Inside; Developments: Global Antitrust and Competition News; Regional Focus: France; Events, Articles and Honors; and, Get to Know: Garret Rasmussen, Partner, Washington, D.C. Excerpt from...more

New Perspectives on the WTO Dispute Settlement System

Even in the best possible legal/economic systems and even with the best intentions of its members, there are disputes from time to time. The WTO dispute settlement system is considered to be one of the most successful...more

Quinn Emanuel Business Litigation Report - November 2011

In This Issue: The Case Against Arbitration: Do the Doubters Have a Point?; Federal Circuit Holds That the ITC Has Jurisdiction over Foreign Trade Secret Theft in Section 337 Investigations; Litigation Update - White...more

Ontario's Highest Court Upholds NAFTA Arbitration Award Against Mexico

The Ontario Court of Appeal has just released an important decision upholding an arbitration award under NAFTA against Mexico in The United Mexican States v. Cargill, Incorporated. This decision shows that Canadian...more

Rebuilding Haiti: Beware of the FCPA

Carlton Fields attorney Catherine "Katie" Salinas and Karen Fortune with Habif, Arogeti & Wynne have prepared a white paper on the topic of increased government scrutiny on corporate activities, including the Justice...more

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