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Guide to Dispute Settlement

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ISBN13: 9789041198853
ISBN: 9041198857
Published: July 2002
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £58.00

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As the ultimate arbiter in the global trade regime, the dispute settlement system of the World Trade Organization (WTO) is a body whose workings should be known to business people and their counsel everywhere.;Here is a book - reviewed for accuracy by the WTO but written independently - that provides an uncomplicated but thorough explanation of the system, its purpose, its rules, and the role it plays in the management of the international economy.;Peter Gallagher, a former trade negotiator and a specialist in the Uruguay Round agreements, answers such questions as: what sort of disputes does the WTO deal with?; can business or citizens use the WTO dispute system?; is it possible to get a temporary injunction to stop some action?; how much does it cost a to bring a case?; how far can you keep on appealing a decision?; what processes does a Panel follow?; what does the Appellate Body review?; what process does the Appellate Body follow?; how does intervention by other parties affect a dispute?;As a handy guide to ""bringing a case"" before the WTO, or responding to a case already in progress, this easy-to-use book should prove an ideal starting point for lawyers, business people, or government officials confronted with a disputable trade issue.

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International Trade
Start here
A unique experiment
How this guide is organized
What is a dispute?
How are disputes settled?
How are rulings enforced?
The dispute timetable
The panel process
"The law" and democracy
Frequently Asked Questions
A closer look
The Grounds for complaint
Mutually agreed solutions
Dispute resolution - not rulemaking
The case-by-case approach
The Panel process
The Appeal process
The Dispute Settlement Body
Implementing dispute decisions
Role of the Secretariat
Developing country provisions
Review of the DSU
Should you bring a complaint?
You are a firm
You are a government
Disputes by subject.