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Five Key Considerations in China-related Arbitrations

Differences in enforcement and arbitral rules could cause difficulties for unwary parties engaged in or considering arbitration in mainland China. China’s economic growth has attracted significant foreign investment...more

The Evolution of International Commercial Dispute Resolution: From One Size Fits All to Bespoke Suit

Several years ago, I was giving a talk in Parma, Italy, on international commercial dispute resolution and the dramatic changes the field had undergone in the past century. Looking around the room, I noticed that everyone was...more

Trade & Manufacturing - July 2014

In This Issue: - Commerce Issues Preliminary Determination Finding Chinese Solar Producers Receive Countervailable Subsidies - United States Prevails in WTO Dispute Challenging China's Duties on U.S....more

WTO Dispute Settlement—Long Delays Hit the System

- A recent increase in World Trade Organization (WTO) cases has strained resources in the WTO Secretariat and led to a notable slowdown in the dispute settlement process. In 2012, the WTO received the highest number of...more

Welcome To The Hotel California: FCPA Enforcement

This past weekend I saw The Eagles on their ‘History of The Eagles’ Tour. It truly was that, a complete musical history of the group, from the beginning in 1971 up until now. They played for well over 3 hours and it was...more

United States Challenges India's Domestic Content Requirements

NSM Limitations Pose Danger to U.S. Solar Product Exports - Today, U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman announced the United States has requested World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement consultations with...more

CRS Report To Congress On Internet Governance

On November 13, 2013, the Congressional Research Service ("CRS") issued a report to Congress entitled "Internet Governance and the Domain Name System: Issues for Congress." The focus of the report is the United States'...more

Trade Disputes With Argentina Lead To U.S., E.U., Japanese Request For WTO Panel By T. Augustine Lo

On December 6, 2012, the United States, the European Union, and Japan formally requested the establishment of a WTO panel to resolve their simmering trade disputes with Argentina. According to Ambassador Ron Kirk, the U.S....more

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