Georgetown Journal of International Law

Founded in 1968, the Georgetown Journal of International Law, formerly Law and Policy in International Business, is a professional journal published quarterly by the Georgetown University Law Center. Articles are geared toward lawyers and international businesspeople and topics include Law, International Business and Economics and International Affairs.

Articles from Vol. 39, No. 1, Fall

19 U.S.C. 1581(c) - Judicial Review of Antidumping & Countervailing Duty Determinations Issued by the Department of Commerce
I. INTRODUCTION While the U.S. Court of International Trade ("CIT") decided many notable cases on novel legal issues in 2006, it also clarified the law on several traditional trade remedy issues regarding the administration of antidumping and countervailing...
After Corus Staal - Is There Any Role, and Should There Be - for WTO Jurisprudence in the Review of U.S. Trade Measures by U.S. Courts?
I. INTRODUCTION After a series of decisions by the Court of International Trade ("CIT") and the Court of appeals for the Federal Circuit ("CAFC") in 2004 suggesting that the Charming Betsy doctrine gives the jurisprudence of the World Trade Organization...
China IPR Enforcement: Hard as Steel or Soft as Tofu? Bringing the Question to the WTO under Trips
I. INTRODUCTION The protection of intellectual property rights (IPR) is one of the main issues on the international trade agenda, particularly with respect to China. Currently, China is under severe scrutiny for the implementation and enforcement...
Customs Cases: Decisions under 28 U.S.C. (Section) 1581(a) and 28 U.S.C. (Section) 1582
I. INTRODUCTION The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the United States Court of International Trade examined several of aspects of substantive Customs law and litigation in the past year which implicated 28 U.S.C. [section]...
Developments during 2006 concerning 28 U.S.C. (Section) 1581(i)
I. INTRODUCTION Two thousand and six was an active year for the Court of International Trade ("CIT") and the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ("Federal Circuit") with regard to the CIT's jurisdiction pursuant to 28 U.S.C. [section] 1581(i)....
Judicial Review of the International Trade Commission's Determinations in Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Proceedings: An Overview of Decisions in 2006
I. INTRODUCTION In 2006, the U.S. Court of International Trade ("CIT") and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ("Federal Circuit" or "CAFC") issued approximately 15 published decisions reviewing the U.S. International Trade Commission's...
The Emergence of a Tradition in the Discourse on the Court of International Trade
The year 2006 witnessed the Georgetown Journal of International Law's publication of the first annual review of the decisions of the U.S. Court of International Trade. (1) The publication of the annual review was, and is, an important step in the development...
Trade Adjustment Assistance Cases: 28 U.S.C. (Section) 1581(d) - Department of Labor and Department of Agriculture Decisions under the Trade Adjustment Assistance Statutes
I. INTRODUCTION Trade adjustment assistance ("TAA") statutes were created by Congress to assist workers suffering from the adverse effects of increased competition from imports or shifts in production to other countries. Eligible workers may receive...
WTO Winners and Losers: The Trade and Development Disconnect
"There must be something in the pie for everyone. Not pie in the sky when we die, but pie on the table." (1) I. INTRODUCTION The World Trade Organization ("WTO" or the "Organization") is premised upon increasing prosperity by opening markets...

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