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From the Office of the United States Trade Representative
Avoid Imposition of Countermeasures Against U.S. Exports, U.S. Intellectual
Washington, D.C. - Today, United States
Trade Representative Ron Kirk and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack
announced that the United...
ever we hated to say "we told you so", this is that
moment. The U.S./Brazil dispute over U.S. cotton subsidies  has landed the U.S. on the wrong side of a
WTO ruling, resulting in sanctions. Brazil has already identified 102
U.S. products on which it will now impose those (sanctioned...
does the U.S. Trade Representative deal with insurance? What influences the USTR's approach to
negotiations with other countries? What
is the framework for navigating trade agreements? What are the four modes in which a service may
be supplied? Christine...
WASHINGTON, D.C. - In an 86-0 vote April 4, the Senate confirmed President Obama's nomination of Jimmie V. Reyna to serve as a circuit judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC).
Reyna will be the first Latino to serve on the CAFC. The CAFC has nationwide jurisdiction of...
BY: Lista M. Cannon , David M. Harris , Nicola Kelly and Stephen M. McNabb
The increasing number of sanctions imposed on Libya have resulted in
further difficulties for companies conducting business in the embattled
country. Companies currently and prospectively conducting...
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Crowell & Moring LLP has announced the publication of "Litigation Forecast 2013: What Corporate Counsel Need to Know in the Coming Year." The report explores critical litigation issues, provides concise, forward-looking perspectives on trends affecting a wide range of...
Canada and the European Union have been working together to come up with a trade agreement that could present great opportunities for Canadian businesses. In essence, trade agreements function to reduce barriers in the marketplace.
Although not finalized, Canada and Europe have come together to create...
There’s good news—and cause for concern—in recent numbers about the U.S. economy. On a positive note, the Export-Import Bank of the United States reported in early June 2014 that the country’s exporting performance was continuing to show signs of recovery. According to data released...