WilmerHale announces the publication of WTO Jurisprudence and Policy: Practitioners’ Perspectives, by Cameron May, Ltd, based in London. The authors explore the expansion of the WTO’s scope - and its effect on governments, industries and NGOs - through the lens of the legal community. The essays in this book cover topics from dispute settlement to WTO agreements to developing principles and new issues for the WTO and global trading. This volume brings together the legal perspectives of 20 practicing lawyers in Europe and the US, including a former member of the Appellate Body of the WTO, a former US Trade Representative and three former officials from the US Department of Commerce.
Several current lawyers in the firm have contributed essays to this book. They include: Ambassador Charlene Barshefsky, Marco C.E.J. Bronckers, Robert C. Cassidy, Jr., Peggy A. Clarke, Claus-Dieter Ehlermann, John D. Greenwald, Gary N. Horlick, Natalie McNelis, Axel Desmedt, Martin Goyette, and Naboth van den Broek.
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