Monthly Archives: December 2014

Chinese Cyber Espionage and WTO TRIPS Litigation.

     My new article appeared today in the New York Law Journal (December 23, 2014) on this topic. “Confronting Chinese Economic Cyber Espionage Through WTO Litigation.”  New York Law Journal (December 23, 2014).

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Recent Trade Developments — Most Important — U.S. – Cuban Relations.

               As the year draws to a close  significant global trade developments continue to happen. But the most important one has been President Obama’s new diplomacy with Cuba which portends the opening of trade and investment with Cuba. (Still … Continue reading

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Variety of International Commerce Issues — Business as Usual.

         Issues concerning foreign investment, export subsidies, agricultural exports, and cross-border litigation and corporate structuring continue to be main issues arising in the global economy over the last few weeks.  Business as usual. Some specifics are the following: …. Foreign Investors … Continue reading

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Structural Changes, Spheres of Influence and Global Trade ……..

                   Web firms, national security, spheres of influence, dispute systems, and structural changes are all current issues concerning global trade relations. Changes are clearly happening and the global landscape is changing rapidly from what existed just a … Continue reading

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